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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 05 October 17 12:17 BST (UK) »
Thanks Gadget. Well that leaves Mary Ann Dyer in 1843.. Axworthy's seem to have been very thin on the ground in London at the turn of the century where as Mary Ann Dyer's were almost 10 a penny.

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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 05 October 17 13:59 BST (UK) »
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From GRO

Birth Reg:

Kate Yalland,  June 1845, Plymouth,  Vol 9 Page 397

Mother's maiden name ~ Dyer
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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 05 October 17 14:13 BST (UK) »
Also, to prove the second marriage to a Mary Hellyer:

From 1871 census, daughter Mary, aged 10 (see other thread)

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Mary Yalland,  Sept1860, Plymouth,5b, 223

Mother's maiden name ~ Hellyer
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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #21 on: Thursday 05 October 17 15:01 BST (UK) »
Mary Ann nee Dyer died 1852

Burial
11 June 1852, Ford Park Cemetery, Plymouth
Mary Ann Yalland, aged 47
Section F, No 22, Row 6

Ford Park Cemetery is a very large cemetery to the west of Mutley Plain - north of the city proper and bordering Plymouth College. 

PS - all the info about her points to a birth circa 1805 but I can't find any around then in St Luke Finsbury ( or St Giles Cripplegate) The nearest were in Holborn - possible but not at all sure.


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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #22 on: Thursday 05 October 17 17:08 BST (UK) »
Back to Louisa ~

You have details of  Louisa's marriage to Jabez Scagell. 1860 on other thread and 61 and 71 censuses in Plymouth, Charles  ~

By 1881, Jabez and Louisa were in Dawlish:
Frederick Cottages, Dawlish, Devon
RG11/2157/63/14
Jabez Scadgell, 47, mason and Bricklayer, b. Plymouth
Louisa, 47
Laura, 17
Alfred, 15
Ernest, 8
Kate, 6, b. Dawlish
Frederick, 4, b. Dawlish
Mary R Ashwood, lodger, single 60, gentlewoman, b. Broseley, Shropshire
All others b. Plymouth

(For confirmation : Laura Louisa Scagell, birth reg. Sep q, 1863, Plymouth. Mother's maiden name - Yalland)

Louisa died 1884 - Deathe reg:
Louisa Scadgell, 49, Sep Q, 1884, Newton Abbot, v5b p 77

(Age a bit out but she was older than Jabez, so ....... )
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Re: 1831 Baptism at Chares the Matyr Plymouth
« Reply #23 on: Friday 06 October 17 03:57 BST (UK) »
Thanks again. Have been tracking the Scagell children of Ernest. 3 went to USA but they have since become extinct. Have yet to find the youngest  of Ernests, Dorothy Violet, born in 1922 after Ernest had passed on. From the 7 children there appears to be only two in the next generation via John who was born 1917.
OPPS Must be getting tired .Muddling my generations  3 of Jabez's children went to USA.  Ernest who lived in Lewisham had  7 children and looks like only two surviving grandchildren.