Author Topic: Mary Lee, Wife of William Bailey, Married 1752 in Nottingham  (Read 458 times)

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Re: Mary Lee, Wife of William Bailey, Married 1752 in Nottingham
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 14 September 17 13:26 BST (UK) »
Also found this don't know if it the same Joseph Lee as you are looking at:

Surname   Lee, Joseph, -, fl 1729 (formerly of Nottingham St Peter, Nottinghamshire, now gone away)
Original Spelling   Lee, Joseph, -, fl 1729 (formerly of Nottingham St Peter, Nottinghamshire, now gone away)
Role   presentee
Offence   not paying church dues
Place Of Event   Nottingham (St Peter)
Date Of Event   5.5.1729
Type Of Entity   Archdeaconry
Code   NAI171806

web site link: http://mss-cat.nottingham.ac.uk/CalmView/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Persons&id=NAI171806&pos=3
Branfoot of Leeds; Nall of Nottingham; Wallis of Stapleford Nottinghamshire; Challand of  East Bridgford Notinghamshire: Hall of Fransfield Nottinghamshire;
Morral of Stanton By Dale, Derbyshire;

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Re: Mary Lee, Wife of William Bailey, Married 1752 in Nottingham
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 14 September 17 18:53 BST (UK) »
Hi RRB,

Had a look on my disc and found that Joseph and Ann also had a son William christened 23 June 1730 at St Marys.

Found a number of burials for Joseph;
St Marys, 21 Feb 1738, 23 Oct 1752 and 31 May 1793
Arnold St Mary's 13 Oct 1776, 4 Oct 1785 there is a Will for this one, 14 Jan 1793 again there is a Will and 17 June 1804.

Cannot see one 1755 on my disc.

NG

Thank you,
The 1755 burial in Calverton I found on Freereg.
I couldn't find the 1738, 1752 or 1776 burials on Freereg, so thank you for those. Thanks also for finding the baptism of William.
The ones in 1785, 1793, and 1804 in Arnold could be a possibility. But if it is the same one who married in 1728, that would mean that he died at a very big age indeed, because they are 57 years and above from when he got married.

Thank you very much once again for all your help.  :)

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