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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #18 on: Friday 22 December 17 22:49 GMT (UK) »
Not my family tree .....   :'(  I am only a free member of Ancestry therefore can't access trees
Scotland:Aberdeen:BROWN,COUTTS,CULLEN,TAYLOR
England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #19 on: Friday 22 December 17 22:52 GMT (UK) »
James is still alive on 17th Feb 1940.just found Catherineís marriage record on Parish records.
Little  wigborough. Rebecca signed it. Doesnít say deceased on James part.
Maurice is a farmer in great wigborough. James and Mauriceís father are also farmers. As Rebecca was of poplar farm, steeple, Iíd guess James was a manager of farms maybe?

P.s.  ow Iíve found the marriage, have looked in little wigborough for the death. Bingo. James taylor. Aged 65. May 20th 1943 was the burial. New hall farm, Little wigborough.
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #20 on: Friday 22 December 17 22:53 GMT (UK) »
That's a great find...
Scotland:Aberdeen:BROWN,COUTTS,CULLEN,TAYLOR
England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
Ireland:Dublin:(O')CONNOR,MULLEN,KANE

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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #21 on: Friday 22 December 17 22:58 GMT (UK) »
Jamesí death found. Added above.
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #22 on: Friday 22 December 17 23:02 GMT (UK) »
Thanks...  so they left the farm in Worcester about 1925/26 because at that point another tenant farmer appears and takes over the farm.
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England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #23 on: Friday 22 December 17 23:05 GMT (UK) »
My reason for this research is that I live in the tied cottage that was once part of the Worcester farm and I am trying to research it's past. :D
Scotland:Aberdeen:BROWN,COUTTS,CULLEN,TAYLOR
England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #24 on: Friday 22 December 17 23:20 GMT (UK) »
So I wonder where James was born in 1878. Was he a Worcestershire man? ... an Essex man?
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England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
Ireland:Dublin:(O')CONNOR,MULLEN,KANE

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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #25 on: Friday 22 December 17 23:28 GMT (UK) »
Acton beauchamp, herts, 15 Dec 1878 according to the tree on ancestry. Parents James and Catherine. Look for him on 1911 in Worcester! Wonder why he went to Essex to marry Rebecca? He was 34 when he married. She was 30.
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Re: Rebecca J Parker
« Reply #26 on: Friday 22 December 17 23:30 GMT (UK) »
Girls got married in the parish where they were born? ....  the 1911 census might be interesting . James w.as 36 when he came to Worcester
Scotland:Aberdeen:BROWN,COUTTS,CULLEN,TAYLOR
England:Gloucestershire:CAMERY,SHAIL,PERRYMAN
England:Woolwich:Plumstead:BROWN,MARKHAM,QUADLING
England:Gloucestershire:Stroud:HOGG,GARDNER,WRIGHT
England:Worcestershire:BROWN,LANNI(e), BRIDGES
Ireland:Dublin:(O')CONNOR,MULLEN,KANE