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John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY married 1825 Reading
« on: Sunday 05 June 16 00:23 BST (UK) »
I am trying to find out if the John SHACKLEFORD who married Maria CHERRY was the same John who had previously married Ann PERRY.

FamilySearch shows 2 marriage entries for John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY ;
11 December 1825, Reading Berkshire and
25 December 1825 Saint Giles, Reading Berkshire.

Does anyone have access to the marriage registers to see is he is shown as a widower or bachelor?



What I know, is ;
John SHACKLEFORD married Ann PERRY, on the 7 Oct 1816 at St Margaret, Westminster, Middlesex
they had the following children,
Eliza Perry SHACKLEFORD (bapt 27 July 1817 Reading). She had a family with David Edward BOCQUET.
John SHACKLEFORD (bapt 6 June 1819 Reading)
Caroline SHACKLEFORD (bapt 17 December 1820 Reading). She married Edward SIMMONS.
Marianne SHACKLEFORD (bapt 11 August 1822 Reading Ė buried 11 Feb 1823 Reading)
Mary Ann SHACKLEFORD (bapt 14 Mar 1824 Reading)

His wife, Ann (nee PERRY) was possibly the Ann SHACKLEFORD, buried 19th July 1825 at St. Mary's, Reading, Berkshire

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Grantley

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Re: John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY married 1825 Reading
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 05 June 16 01:11 BST (UK) »

John Shackleford
Marriage date   25 Dec 1825
Parish   Reading
Maria Cherry
Groom's condition   Widower
Groom's residence   Both of this parish
Both of this parish
By Banns
Witnesses   William Ing; Eliza Ing
Rogers-Buckinghamshire
Pitwell- Buckinghamshire
Fisher- Middlesbrough
Robinson-Middlesbrough
Foxton - Yorkshire
Carruthers - Scotland
Gibson - Northumberland

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Re: John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY married 1825 Reading
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 05 June 16 02:49 BST (UK) »
Yahoo, thank you Lisa.

That makes him John SHACKLEFORD, born 23 May 1790, baptised 23 May 1790 at Yateley, Hampshire, son of Thomas SHACKLEFORD & Mary.

And to think that I had resigned myself to give up on his ancestry. Silly me.

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Re: John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY married 1825 Reading
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 05 June 16 15:00 BST (UK) »
Hi,

In case you don't have this, there is a marriage in Yateley ;
20-12-1781
Thomas Shackleford - Mary Mancey

Alan
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Re: John SHACKLEFORD & Maria CHERRY married 1825 Reading
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 05 June 16 22:47 BST (UK) »
Thanks Alan,

FamilySearch have her name spelt MANCY. Either way, I didnít find a hint as to her ancestry.

So far, I have a Thomas SHACKLEFORD marrying Ann GILBERT and baptising 12 children in Swallowfield, Berkshire between 1757 and 1775. (4 boys, 7 girls)

Their son Thomas SHACKLEFORD and Mary MANCEY/MANCY baptised 5 children in Yateley, Hampshire between 1786 and 1794 (3 boys and 2 girls)

The boys (& cousin) established themselves in Reading Berkshire as builder, carpenter & established a tin works.

Not bad for nearly giving up.

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Grantley