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Re: Bill Morley's family- SA
« Reply #54 on: Sunday 17 February 13 08:49 GMT (UK) »
Unfortunately, lots of births etc for the period we're looking at are missing.....either unregistered, or the registrations haven't survived. Sometimes local registrations haven't made the index as well.

Thereís the baptism on FreeREG of Mary GREEN , 20th May 1827 at St Peterís, Hockwold, Norfolk. Parents John GREEN, labourer,  and Sarah.

So annoying that mother's maiden name isn't given.


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Re: Bill Morley's family- SA
« Reply #55 on: Sunday 17 February 13 09:27 GMT (UK) »
Found John GREEN & Sarah's marriage on FamilySearch.

26th September 1819 Hockwood (Hockwold) Norfolk.
But Sarah's surname is given as SHIN!!!!!!
That's not too far from SWAN though.   ;D   ;D   ;D

Added.....it's SHIN on FreeREG too.   :-\


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Re: Bill Morley's family- SA
« Reply #56 on: Sunday 17 February 13 09:54 GMT (UK) »
Back on the John GREEN thing. I think you may be right about him actually being James' son, because on the census he is stated as son, not step-son or son-in-law (I have seen them described as this).
No I couldn't find one for Emma either.
It is a pity we can't find registrations for James or Susan Ann who must also have been born in SA. It'd be interesting to see what the maiden name of Mary was given as. Perhaps SWAN was her mother's maiden name. I have another ancestor, who on most of her children's birth registrations used her mother's maiden name, rather than her's.

Blake

The James MORLEY aged 23 who married Catherine Elizabeth DORMAN in 1885, father James MORLEY, wasn't the son of your James MORLEY and Mary SWAN or GREEN. He was the son of another James MORLEY and Ela GREGORY. (BISA)


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Re: Bill Morley's family- SA
« Reply #57 on: Sunday 17 February 13 10:26 GMT (UK) »
Further to Dee's last post.

1861 England Census
Cornwall, Stoke Climsland
James Morley, 38, head, tin miner.
Ela Morley, 35, wife.
Elizabeth Ann Morley, 7, dau, scholar.
Mariann Morley, 6, dau, scholar.
Ellena Morley, 4, dau, scholar,
Georgenia Morley, 2, dau.

1871 England Census
Cornwall, Stoke Climsland
Ela Morley, 42, widow, grocer
Elizabeth A Morley, dau, 18, assistant.
Mary A Morley, dau, 16.
Helena Morley, dau, 14, scholar.
Georgiana Morley, 12, dau, scholar.
James Morley, 9, son, scholar.
Jemima, Morley, 6, dau scholar.

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Re: Bill Morley's family- SA
« Reply #58 on: Sunday 17 February 13 20:45 GMT (UK) »
Yes, I had concluded that that wasn't our James.
SHIN, well it is closer than GREEN. Also it could've been a middle name or anything.

Blake

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Re: Bill MORLEY's family- SA
« Reply #59 on: Wednesday 04 July 18 21:46 BST (UK) »
Hi I'm fairly sure you are researching my family on my dads side susan ann morley came from Burra Burra south aust and went to cygnet in Tasmania? Bacon is another name, we were surname free but was changed to brown

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Re: Bill MORLEY's family- SA
« Reply #60 on: Thursday 19 July 18 01:04 BST (UK) »
I am interested to know the background of 'deeiluka' and about the photo Mrs Dee and me.  We are trying to locate the background of Susan Ann Morley born around 1860 in Burra SA.  Her father was James Morley. Deeiluka bears a striking resemblance to some of our family members and I wondered if she comes from that line?

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Re: Bill MORLEY's family- SA
« Reply #61 on: Thursday 19 July 18 02:14 BST (UK) »
Thank you Cristobel for the post on the marriage of Susan Ann Morley to Joseph Henry Bacon.  We cannot find any records of Susan's birth and there are so many Susans and James's (her father).  Would appreciate it if anyone has any more information on these two.   Am interested in Handy771's research as they are correct - Susan Ann married a Bacon and their youngest son John's youngest daughter married a Brown.