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Devon / Re: DAVIS Family of Dawlish
« on: Monday 22 February 10 00:01 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Marilyn,
I am so sorry for my mistake, please forgive me I can only claim tiredness for it.
Thomas Luckes Married Ann Perriam 17 Dec 1792 in Littleham, Devonshire, England.  Ann Perriam daughter of John Perriam and Elizabeth Adams was baptised 22 July 1771 in Littleham, Devonshire, England.  Sorry once again,

I actually descend from Thomas + Ann's daughter Ann Burridge Luckes who was Baptised 27 Jan 1807 in Littleham, Devonshire, and married 10 Feb 1827 to John Davis Born 1810 in Dawlish, Devon.
Regards Haselbury

Devon / Re: DAVIS Family of Dawlish
« on: Tuesday 09 February 10 03:18 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Marilyn,
Nice to hear from you. I live in Australia
1. Thomas Luckes (1772-1834) (was s/o Walter Luckis s/o Walter Luckis s/o Walter Lukis, s/o ? ) Married (1) Ann Perriam (1792-1814) (d/o John Perriam + Elizabeth Adams) Married (2) 1819 Dvon Mary Weeks (1783-Aft 1861).
Children of Thomas + Ann  all Born at Littleham, Devon
Susannah Luckes (Abt1794- Aft 1851) Thomas Luckes Jnr (Bef 1797-Aft 1851)
John Luckes (Bef 1799-1802)  Ann Burridge Luckes (Bef 1807-Aft 1881)- My Ancestor   
Mary Ann Luckes (1809-?)  Elizabeth Luckes (1811-Aft 1881)
Monhemia Luckes (Bef 1812-Aft 1881)  Lydia Burridge Luckes (Bef 1814-Aft 1881)

2. Thomas Luckes Jnr Born Bef 7 Dec 1797 Littleham, Devon. Died Aft 1851 Dawlish, Devon. Married 15 May 1819 St John, Littleham, Devon
Sarah Richards Born Abt 1799 Devon Died Aft 1851 Devon.
Children of Thomas + Sarah were. All Born Exeter, Devon
Thomas Richards Luckes (Bef 1820-Aft 1850) Sarah Ann Richards Luckes (Bef 1822-?) Elizabeth Richards Luckes (Bef 1824-Bet 1861-1871)John James Richards Luckes (Bef 1826-Aft 1871) William Richards Luckes (Bef 1830-Aft 1881) Henry Richards Luckes (Bef 1832-Bet 1881-1891) Richard George Lyall Luckes (Bef 1835-?) Anna Helen Richards Luckes (Bef 1837-?)

Hope this helps you

Kent / Links: Kent online Resourses for specific locations in Kent
« on: Friday 05 February 10 03:54 GMT (UK)  »

does not work

If anyone has the new site for this place I would be interested to know.

Regards haselbury

Devon / John HANCOCKE of Tiverton
« on: Wednesday 27 January 10 06:32 GMT (UK)  »
John Hancocke married 21 November 1630 at Tiverton, Devon, England. To Alice Norman.
1. William Hancocke Chr 29 April 1635 Tiverton
Where were John and Alice born?

Who were their Parents?

Was William their only child?

Can anyone help at all?

Devon / Phillipa BOX of Holsworthy Devon
« on: Wednesday 27 January 10 06:25 GMT (UK)  »
Has anyone any information on Phillipa Box, who married 29 June 1733 at Holsworthy, Devon  William Hancock son of Nathaniel Hancock + Mary Welshford.   William and Phillipa had the following Children: All Chr at Holsworthy, Devon
William Hancock  Chr 28 July 1734, 
Mary Hancock Chr 25 Jan 1737,
Elizabeth Hancock Chr 29 June 1740,
John Hancock Chr 8 Dec 1742,
Peter Hancock Chr 17 Aug 1746,
Richard Hancock Chr 12 June 1748,
Hannah Hancock Chr 23 Sep 1750
Who were her parents?  Where was she born or Chr?
Who did her children Marry?
Regards Haselbury

The Common Room / Re: Baptised in two different parishes on the same day ?
« on: Wednesday 14 October 09 15:45 BST (UK)  »
I do not know where you get your information from. But The Methodist Religion is a different denomination to the Catholic Religion, and always has been. The CoE is not a Catholic Church, The Queen and her family are members of this church. They are not Catholics. To marry into their family you have to renounce your Catholic Faith.

Here in Australia, all the Religions are different denominations.

The Common Room / Re: Baptised in two different parishes on the same day ?
« on: Wednesday 14 October 09 11:18 BST (UK)  »
I did mean Religion's, they are all of different denominations. My Paternal Grandmother was of the Primitive Methodist Religion. My Paternal Grandfather was a Roman Catholic. Both my Maternal Grandparents were Roman Catholics.
I am a twice Baptized Roman Catholic, and my husband is of the High Church of England. Our five children, are all Baptized Catholics, my husband's choice.

My own cousin was a Roman Catholic Priest, and has said their is no rule in the church about ather Baptisms. I have also been told that by Methodist, CoE, and also Baptist, and a few others as well.

Actually I was Baptized twice myself, once at 6 months, and again at 9 months both Baptism's took place at Roman Catholic Churches, in Victoria, Australia. The second Priest was told of the first Baptism, but said that did not matter, if my Parents wanted another it was fine by him.

The second Baptism took place because, my Father promised his only sister, before I was born that she would be my godmother. But he forgot to tell my mother. Who arranged my Baptism and arranged that her mother and step father be godparents. After finding out about the promise, my second Baptism was arranged and my Aunt was my Godmother.
Regards haselbury

Other Countries / John Silva, Born Ceylon, Merchant Seaman
« on: Wednesday 14 October 09 03:26 BST (UK)  »
Does anyone have information on:
John Silva, son of John Silva and Christina Harmy, who was born Abt 1868 in Ceylon. Came to New South Wales, Australia, lived in Denilliquin, came to victoria, and married Jessie Maud Juggernaut, John Died 1917 in Sydney.
Regards haselbury

The Common Room / Re: Baptised in two different parishes on the same day ?
« on: Wednesday 14 October 09 02:16 BST (UK)  »
This has been found in many families information. Some explanation's for this happening, in different parishes are:
1. That the family members of the Bride and Groom, did not get on very well, so Baptisms were held in each others Parish, so as the different families were able to be there.
2. That some of the older family members, could not travell to the other church, so another baptism was arranged for them to attend.

As for it happening in two churches in the same parish:
1. Another Baptism was speedly arranged, to placate a disgrundled older family member, who had been promised that they would be a godparent, and this promise had been forgotten.
2. Perhaps the Bride and Groom were actually, of different Religions and so the other Baptism was held in the others faith.
Regards haselbury

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