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Offline Krazykat87

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 14:51 GMT (UK) »
Do you think there would be any more info on a proper marriage cert?
The one I got is from ancestry

Jill the only reason I searched with kirkburton is that it is mentioned more than wooldale is which was only the once.
Totties is really close to wooldale as Iíve worked up there in the past

Geeee what have I got myself in to really by doing all this lol
Iím a little ocd and hate Ďmaybes or probabliesí lol

Both James and Sarah were buried at st Davidís in hinchcliff mill

Lizzie, I thought maybe that the same witnesses are listed some times might be because the families didnít approve

Rat- yes I actually came across this this morning and printed a load of the info off, it does list a Sarah who married a James Wibberley and they have her birth listed as 1805 in kirkburton. I emailed them to see if they have any more information on her that may be useful
Holmfirth, Austonley, Hoylandswaine etc: WIBBERLEY and FIELD
Marriages from above names to....CROOKS, WHITELEY, KAYE, DEARNALLY
Waterford, Ireland: POWER and SULLIVAN (Osullivan also)

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 15:01 GMT (UK) »
Just wondering...

Was Lot a male or female and if female what was her actual name, could it be short for Charlotte?

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For what its worth, I think this is a very good point. Charlotte may well have been called Lottie all her life - James and Sarah's son Lot may well have been named after her.
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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 15:27 GMT (UK) »
Yes possibly Jill would be nice for it to be that and make things a little easier  ;)
Holmfirth, Austonley, Hoylandswaine etc: WIBBERLEY and FIELD
Marriages from above names to....CROOKS, WHITELEY, KAYE, DEARNALLY
Waterford, Ireland: POWER and SULLIVAN (Osullivan also)

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #21 on: Wednesday 01 November 17 15:00 GMT (UK) »
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The one I got is from ancestry


I hope you mean you found it on someone's family tree, otherwise you probably paid too much for it.  The place to order certificates is www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates.  They cost £9.25 each inc. postage.  If you are interested in birth and death certs, you can get pdf ones from the GRO site for £6 each.

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #22 on: Wednesday 01 November 17 15:34 GMT (UK) »
I thought the marriage was from 1826, in which case there will be no civil marriage certificate, the information on the parish marriage register is the best you will get, unless there is an announcement in a newspaper.
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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #23 on: Wednesday 01 November 17 18:31 GMT (UK) »
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The one I got is from ancestry


I hope you mean you found it on someone's family tree, otherwise you probably paid too much for it.  The place to order certificates is www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates.  They cost £9.25 each inc. postage.  If you are interested in birth and death certs, you can get pdf ones from the GRO site for £6 each.

My friend lets me access her ancestry so it was downloaded from there for free.

yes cristeen the marriage was from 1826..... it was the banns and then the sheet that starts with 'Marriages solemnized in the parish.....'
Thats all you do find on ancestry unless you order which i cant afford
Holmfirth, Austonley, Hoylandswaine etc: WIBBERLEY and FIELD
Marriages from above names to....CROOKS, WHITELEY, KAYE, DEARNALLY
Waterford, Ireland: POWER and SULLIVAN (Osullivan also)

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 02 November 17 07:15 GMT (UK) »


There is a Charles BOOTH marrying an Elizabeth Dearnally 11th July 1824 at Kirkburton.
Perhaps a connection (marriage witness surname)

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #25 on: Friday 03 November 17 18:14 GMT (UK) »
Yeah possibly

Iím going to print out each of the Ďfoundí birth/baptisms then try work from that
Holmfirth, Austonley, Hoylandswaine etc: WIBBERLEY and FIELD
Marriages from above names to....CROOKS, WHITELEY, KAYE, DEARNALLY
Waterford, Ireland: POWER and SULLIVAN (Osullivan also)

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Re: Struggling with 4x great grandparents
« Reply #26 on: Friday 03 November 17 19:06 GMT (UK) »
Iíve been having a think also while getting these 4 notes down for Sarah....
The 1803 one actually works when it comes to names as the parents are sarah and George. And obviously she is called Sarah and one of her children was called George....
Then her son sam had children called George and 2 Sarahs as well.

But then again the 1806 one would work too as the mothers name is Mary and she called one of the daughters Mary....

And again the 1804 As the father is down as George and she had a child called george and her son Sam calls one of his children george

There is only the 1805 which we were thinking maybe would be the correct one that doesnít seem to have a proper link except presuming Sarahís son Lott was named after possible parent Charlotte.... there is no other link as even grandchildren I have so far arenít called Charlotte or jas...

Arrggghhhh banging my head against a wall lol
Holmfirth, Austonley, Hoylandswaine etc: WIBBERLEY and FIELD
Marriages from above names to....CROOKS, WHITELEY, KAYE, DEARNALLY
Waterford, Ireland: POWER and SULLIVAN (Osullivan also)