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Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« on: Monday 18 October 04 15:03 BST (UK) »
Hi Folks.  ;D

I am interested in any information about the following persons and their (grand-)parents and places of origin:

John (Foster?) Wales b. 1811, d. ?; married 28 Sept. 1830 St. John the Baptist, Margate to Mary Ann Appleton b. 1811, d. 1849 Thanet.

Children: John (1831) Edward (1833) William Brown (1834) George (1836) Eliza (1838) Emma (1840) Hannah (1842) Stephen (1843) Mary (1845) Joseph (1847)

I need to ascertain whether this is the right family for the Stephen Wales (bapt. 11 febr. 1844, St.John, Thanet; d. bef. 1901) who married Hannah Whales (b. 1848, Thanet; d. 1880, Sunbury, Staines) in 1870, and Selina Banbury in 1882, Chertsey.

I have Mary Ann's parents listed as John Appleton (1783-1833) and Ann ? (1772, Lydd) who married ca. 1805.
John's parents would be James Wales and Hannah Foster who married 1797, St. Peters.

Any help will be much appreciated!


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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 05 April 05 12:59 BST (UK) »
Hi, saw your notice re the Appleton's, my ancestry also includes them.  I have come across a whole list of Appletons on the web somewhere,I will have a look for it, but you can just try typing Appleton genealogy at Google and see what come up.  I'm also related to Maxteds
through marriage.  My family name is Attwell.
My ancestry is through the Caspell/Dilnot/Appleton line

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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 17 November 05 15:32 GMT (UK) »
Does this help - gives date and place of birth for John ???

1851

30 Princes Crescent, St John the Baptist (Margate)

John WALES head wid 43 master bricklayer emp. 1 man b.Margate
William son 16 bricklayer b.Margate
George son 12 b.Margate
Stephen son 8 b.Margate
Eliza A dau 12 b.Margate
Emma A dau 11 b.Margate
Harriett dau 9 b.Margate
Mary A dau 5 b.Margate

HO107/1629 folio 278 page 19

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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #3 on: Friday 18 November 05 07:48 GMT (UK) »
Hi, and YES!  ;o)

Also, it confirms his occupation, as a master bricklayer, which definitely now points me in the right direction.

Thanks for the effort!

With warm regards,

Litse
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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 18 April 06 22:00 BST (UK) »
I have a current picture of 30 Princes Crescent plus a 1852 Map of the property.

Also, have a photo's of Wales graves at St Peter's Churchyard Broadstairs and Margate St John's (Thanet Main) Cemetery Manston Road.

Am willing to help out, no relation, just interested in Margate families.

FOAD, All
PETTMAN - All
CONACHY, All
BUNNY - All
BRIDGLAND, CHAPMAN, Hawkshurst, Goudhurst & Cranbrook)
MORLEY, GIBBS, Sussex, Clapham, Wandsworth, Streatham
KNIGHT, KEMP, ROYLE, RIDGWAY, Salford, Leeds
MORFEY, FIELD - Rye and Ramsgate
PHILPOTT, GOODWIN, Herne, Whitstable & Blean
Interested in ALL Margate & Whitstable, Kent surnames.

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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 27 April 06 21:34 BST (UK) »
  Suzannah! Is that you?!   ;D

And if so, how come you didn't offer me the photo on IoT??

Just kidding. And yes, I'd love to have the pic. Will mail you private just in case.

Greetz,

Kya
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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 27 April 06 21:47 BST (UK) »
(With Sinister laugh) Ah, you have folied my little plan of luring you into my trap of introducing you to 'my" IOT Wales' researchers, but here you are!

Did I give you this one

In loving memory of Ann WALES
February 6th 1865 aged 22 years

Also of George WALES, her brother
August 1884 aged 16 Years

Also of Annie Lambert Daughter
Who died December 2nd 1928 aged 69 years

Also of Annie's Husband
Henry LAMBERT
Who died January 15th 1947 aged 87.
FOAD, All
PETTMAN - All
CONACHY, All
BUNNY - All
BRIDGLAND, CHAPMAN, Hawkshurst, Goudhurst & Cranbrook)
MORLEY, GIBBS, Sussex, Clapham, Wandsworth, Streatham
KNIGHT, KEMP, ROYLE, RIDGWAY, Salford, Leeds
MORFEY, FIELD - Rye and Ramsgate
PHILPOTT, GOODWIN, Herne, Whitstable & Blean
Interested in ALL Margate & Whitstable, Kent surnames.

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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 27 April 06 21:51 BST (UK) »
Just thought, I have offered you Princes Crescent before. Wales may have built it.
Will send off Rootschat
FOAD, All
PETTMAN - All
CONACHY, All
BUNNY - All
BRIDGLAND, CHAPMAN, Hawkshurst, Goudhurst & Cranbrook)
MORLEY, GIBBS, Sussex, Clapham, Wandsworth, Streatham
KNIGHT, KEMP, ROYLE, RIDGWAY, Salford, Leeds
MORFEY, FIELD - Rye and Ramsgate
PHILPOTT, GOODWIN, Herne, Whitstable & Blean
Interested in ALL Margate & Whitstable, Kent surnames.

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Re: Wales/Appleton marriage, 1830 Margate
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 27 April 06 21:57 BST (UK) »
May have built it?! Oh, now that would be cool to have!

Btw, have just started collecting data for a book about millers, of whom I have about 5 or 6 in my family. Been researching loads of mills in our area, but they're all over the country. So i'm going to write about the millers and their mills who are my ancestors. And then a book about all the reverends/preachers (going back to 1525, have about 7 of those as well) and the mayors (about 14 of them)

Maybe this will become my main income theme, who knows   ;) Might as well do something with this genealogy addic...I mean, hobby of mine  ::)
Haycock (Liverpool and Wolverhampton); Rosewell (Shepperton); Wales/Whales (Thanet, Kent); Daborn (Chobham, Horsell); Prince and Powell (Liverpool area); Maxted and She(e)pwashe (Kent); Milo/Millot (France, Holland, England); genealogical research project on links to ancient Frisian aristocracy (Hofstra-Fynia-Tania). Spending the remainder of my time raising two kids ;o)