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Askew/Haddon
« on: Monday 29 August 16 09:04 BST (UK) »
Folks,
George Haddon b 1834 in Yaxley,his baptism shows his father as Jeremiah Askew Haddon and mother Lydia (Sulch).When he marries in 1856 and 1864 he is George Askew Haddon but his children from 1859 through to 1880 are registered as Askew.His brother,William b 1827,is recorded as Askew.
On familysearch.org the family name is often shown as Askew or Haddon.
Any explanations welcomed.
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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 31 August 16 08:17 BST (UK) »
Jeremiah Askew Haddon possibly illegitimate and descendants sometimes acknowledging this fact by using the Askew surname, and sometimes keeping with the Haddon surname?

What information have you found on Jeremiah Askew Haddon?

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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 31 August 16 08:48 BST (UK) »
  Hi


Various family trees on ancestry have Jeremiahs parents as
 Jeremiah Askew and Elizabeth Haddon.
 Jeremiah Askew b 1745 Alwarton Hunts died 1829 Hadley
 Elizabeth Haddon b 1767 Hadley died 1849 Hadley

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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 31 August 16 10:03 BST (UK) »
I have Jeremiah's 1793 baptism,no father noted,marriage to Lydia in 1813 through census to his death in 1874.
Maybe Jeremiah Askew was already married.
Many of the trees on Ancestry are unsourced,except "Yaxley Tree"which is mine,a quasi one place study.
Thank you both for your response.
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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 31 August 16 11:59 BST (UK) »
You probably have this then Eric.

Burials;
St Peter, Yaxley
JEREMIAH Askew, 29 April 1829, age 87, abode Yaxley
ELIZABETH Haddon, 9 Feb 1849, age 82. abode Yaxley

Baptisms to Elizabeth Haddon same Church;
JOHN Haddon, 1 March 1789, Mother Elizth, base born
ELIZTH Haddon, 28 March 1791, Mother Elizth, Pauper
JEREMIAH ASKEW Haddon, Birth 21 May 1793 (note added 1796)
ELIZABETH Haddon, Baptised 9 April 1797, Mother Eliz, buried 2 Aug 1797
JOHN Hadden, 14 Sept 1798, Mother Elizebth

Did Jeremiah Askew who died 1829 leave a Will?

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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 01 September 16 03:34 BST (UK) »
I have recorded the death and burial of Elizabeth and also noted the baptisms and wondered how a single woman in a small village could bear children and not have mention of a father for any of the children.
Jeremiah Askew b 1745 was not in my tree as i could see nothing concrete to connect him to Elizabeth,though i have now created a new tree to find a link to her.
Thanks for your interest.
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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 01 September 16 08:21 BST (UK) »
Hello Eric

I have come across single women having a brood of children without marrying before. Even in small villages tongues may have wagged but it looks like she stuck with it.
 A tree states Jeremiah is buried in 1829 with his grandmother Mary Barnes.
So...... Jeremiah bap 1745 to William & Mary....
 William Askew married Mary Barnes in yaxley by licence 1740/41 date of year not clear. There is a Mary Barnes bap to Jno & Mary Barnes in 1723. A Mary Barnes ( possibly this is grandmother) later marries in 1734 to a John Catlin. A Mary Catling is later buried in Yaxley in 1769 so that adds up but the tree keeps her name as Barnes.Jeremiah had land and property it seems so highly possible
to support Elizabeth and the children.

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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 01 September 16 13:24 BST (UK) »
From this Site;
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hunts/vol3/pp241-247

Mentions under Church;
There are the following monuments: in the chancel.......
"Mary relict of John Barnes and late wife of John Catlin, d. 1769, and Jeremiah Askew her grandson, d. 1829."
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Re: Askew/Haddon
« Reply #8 on: Thursday 01 September 16 17:15 BST (UK) »
Hi Trish...

Lovely find there. That ties it together nicely.
All the other finds are from
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