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Offline stubblehill

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Timmins or Timmons
« on: Monday 17 March 14 12:05 GMT (UK) »
 ??? I have traced a Timmons/Timmins line all born Alfreton from 1796 to the present day.
I am struggling to find the birth of William Timmins born Alfreton abt 1796.

 He marries Sarah Carlisle Wright in Alfreton 25 July 1820 and can be found on the 41,51,61 census in Alfreton before dyeing in 1870 in Alfreton.

Can anyone help with finding a possible birth for him. Timmins turned to Timmons late 18 hundreds, was it perhaps Timmons firstly?

In hopes
 Stubbs

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Re: Timmins or Timmons
« Reply #1 on: Monday 17 March 14 12:28 GMT (UK) »
I cant find him either, but Familysearch is down at the moment which I am sure you have checked.

Here are some Marriages at St Martin, Alfreton;
The earlier ones may be helpful later.

William TIMMONS to Elizabeth BARKER, 3 Oct 1782, Bachelor/Spinster
George TIMMONS to Elizabeth VERDY, 27 April 1791 Bachelor/Spinster

Frederick TIMMINS age 20 to Elizabeth BUNTING age 19, 16 Aug 1847
(Father WILLIAM Timmins, Labourer)

Elizabeth TIMMONS age 23 to James MOSELEY age 23, 11 Dec 1855
(Elizabeths Father WILLIAM, Labourer, CLARA Timmons is a Witness)

Clara TIMMONS age 21 to John DAVIS age 23, 25 April 1859
(Claras Father is William, Occp Gardener)

William TIMMINS age 21 to Martha SIMPSON age 18, 18 Aug 1861
(Father William, Gardener)

All on FreeREG

Willams 1820 Marriage is on FreeREG also +
A JOHN Timmins to Fanny BERRESFORD, 17 July 1826 (Frances on 1851 Census)
John is born c 1791 Alfreton, so may be a Brother of William.

All on FreeREG

Trish :)
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Re: Timmins or Timmons
« Reply #2 on: Monday 17 March 14 12:39 GMT (UK) »
 :D Trish thanks

This is the family line I am researching but somehow had not picked up the two marriages which certainly look hopeful. Will follow those to see where it leads me.

Yes annoying that familysearch is down but have been there so many times with this one in hope but to no avail.

Always in hope

Stubbs

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Re: Timmins or Timmons
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 19 April 18 23:43 BST (UK) »
Hello. Hopefully you are still researching and checking this forum. There are a group of us Timmons who are involved in several Timmons projects in the hopes of narrowing down our Timmons connections. I recently found out that the Wright family is in the male Timmons direct line for a DNA match. Zak is researching this connection as it is his family who have a Wright connection to Timmons about generation 12. He believes the line connects in England. After seeing this post about Wrights and Timmons and you being in England I am very curious about a possible connection. I realize yours is more recent but there could be a history there that goes back further.

If you are interested we have several groups. One is for family history Timmons. There are Timmons from all over. The other is the Timmons YDNA group where we have some people very good at matching up the DNA and finding the connections. Not everyone needs to have a YDNA but it is the most helpful if a male tested. For females that tested autosomal works as well. It would be interesting to see if we can trace the Wright Timmons connections further back.

Hope to hear from you.
Here is the information-
[Timmins] Y-DNA: https://tinyurl.com/y8vtkjg8
FTDNA: https://tinyurl.com/yc34kcnp
FB group: https://tinyurl.com/yaqz6me3

My direct email is katetblue77@gmail.com

Kate Timmons