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Thomas and Elizabeth Dykes found children
« on: Thursday 08 December 11 11:46 GMT (UK) »
Sarah Dykes married James Vicars 10 March 1805 Acton St. Mary.
Alice Dykes married John Rowlan 24 Sept 1804 by Licence at Holy Trinity Chester
(where would I get a copy of the Licence)
Mary Dykes marr. Thoms Owens 31 Dec 1804 at Acton St. Mary
Elizabeth Dykes marr William Barnett 8th May 1809 Acton St. Mary (Thanks Lyn)
I am looking for the children of these couples please AND
also I have been advised that Thoms Dykes married Ann Frith 31 December 1741 at Audlem St. James - can I find out who their parents were please. ::) :o Thanks Carol



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Re: Thomas and Elizabeth Dykes found children
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 08 December 11 16:30 GMT (UK) »
Hello Carol,

The parish registers for Audlem are on The Cheshire Parish Register Database:

http://www.csc.liv.ac.uk/~cprdb/

The marriage of Thomas Dykes to Ann Frith is on there and it shows they were both of Audlem parish. They married by Licence as well. You may find baptisms for Thomas and Ann on this database too.

The Licence for the marriage in Chester, Holy Trinity, should be held at the Cheshire Record Office in Chester.

The details for the children of the other marriages would be held on microfilms of the parish registers for Acton, St Mary. These are not on the CPRDB at the moment. You can access these, either in the Cheshire RO, or in Nantwich Library. It might be worth searching the CPRDB however, the children may have been baptised in Nantwich, the PRs for Nantwich are on the CPRDB.

Jo.


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Re: Thomas and Elizabeth Dykes found children
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 25 January 12 13:53 GMT (UK) »

Thank you Jo, you have certainly set my homework for the next  few months.  Really appreciate your kind assistance.