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ANNABLE 1850s
« on: Friday 13 April 18 09:17 BST (UK) »
I have a Coalport mug which has a gold leaf inscription 'J P Annable Darley'.
I don't know how it came to be in the family. I have done extensive FH research and there are no names even remotely similar.
The curator at the Coalport Museum says the mug dates circa 1845.
There is a (now deserted, occupied until the 1960s) village of Darley a few miles from Coalport - this could be a red herring.
Is 'Annble Darley' a Justice of the Peace? Is 'J P Annable' from a place called Darley? A christening mug perhaps, or related to a spewcial date in his/her history.
I cannot find a JP Annable in BMD, or in census indexes.

Can anyone throw any light on this person - help appreciated.

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Tweedie, Garnett,  Smith - !!!, Fearnley,
Bennetts, Waterhouse, Horobin, Tranter

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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #1 on: Friday 13 April 18 09:52 BST (UK) »
Possibles??  in Derbyshire

1841
Darley Abbey
HO107/188/2/4/2  a John Annable aged 55

HO107/188/2/17/29 a John Annable aged 6

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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #2 on: Friday 13 April 18 10:03 BST (UK) »
Also a possibility (probably the same person)?

"on the 14th instant at Darley Abbey, Mr John Annable, aged 67 years, who for upwards of seven years enjoyed a liberal annuity from Messrs Walter Evans and Co for long servitude, was much respected by them, and a numerous circle of relatives and friends"

Derby Mercury (Derby, England), Wednesday, May 21, 1851, Issue 7101

Modified to add:
Walter Evans and Co, Derby were lace and cotton manufacturers.

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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #3 on: Friday 13 April 18 10:17 BST (UK) »
 :)

That could well be our man, Maddy - his wife was a Perthania. I wonder if it could be J & P Annable  on the mug?
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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #4 on: Friday 13 April 18 10:26 BST (UK) »
The 1851 has him born Derby. Could this be his baptism:

18 Jan 1784, Derby
John Annable, parents Benjamin and Elizabeth
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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #5 on: Friday 13 April 18 10:28 BST (UK) »
Marriage St Alkmunds, Derby

3 March 1806 John Annable and Perthenia Thompson
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Re: ANNABLE 1850s
« Reply #6 on: Friday 13 April 18 13:13 BST (UK) »
Thanks for that - it is certainly a possibility.
There is no evidence of '&' on the mug just 'J P Annable'
On the sides of the mug are 2 painted images -
a mother and child on one side
and a man making a chair on the other

Allan
Tweedie, Garnett,  Smith - !!!, Fearnley,
Bennetts, Waterhouse, Horobin, Tranter