Author Topic: Caroline Caunter née Bartlett wed Charles Edwin Bennett in Dec 1861. Then what?  (Read 939 times)

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Weird the marriage 26th April 1862 Parish Chapel St Pancras of a Caroline Caunter?
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Very intriguing. Father William Henry Bartlett, Caroline's signature looks the same as on the 1861 cert. The groom is Edwin Hossock engineer, father John Hossock Engineer - is this a second marriage to the same fellow under a different surname?
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If it was, I think this Edwin Hossack was b c 1841 son of John occ Engineer etc in Manchester 1851? Census ref HO107/2227/0/0
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But I agree, the signature of Caroline Caunter looks very similar in 1861 & 1862?
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There's an article in the New South Wales, Australia, Police Gazettes 12 Feb 1868. Where a warrant was issued for the arrest of Edwin Hossack charged with about to leave the Colony with intent to defeat a Magisterial order for the support of his wife Caroline Hossack. He is about 30 years old (includes more details of his build etc.) An engineer.

Perhaps Caroline moved to Australia to be with her son Hobart.

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Perhaps Caroline reverted back to the name Caunter as there is this death -

Caroline Caunter
Death Date - 1902
Father's name - William
Mother's name - Caroline
Registration Place - Newtown, New South Wales

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Burial -

Caroline Caunter
Age 81
Death or burial date - 2 Feb 1902
Rookwood General Cemeteries Reserve Trust
Rookwood, Cumberland Council, New South Wales, Australia
PLOT   Zone B Section 4 Grave 1822

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So ... The 1902 death/burial does appear in a tree or two on Ances*** I shall take another look and see if there any more supporting documents.
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The C E Bennett and Hossock/Hossack connection remains a mystery.
Thanks everybody for your help.
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Hi would I be correct that the Bartlett family were for many years in Acton Street, St Pancras 1851 HO107/1495/641/15 1841 HO107/ 682 9/3 / 1
Odd that the William on 1861 marriage was an Engineer yet 1862 a Smith which compares with 1841/51/61 even if the surname is incorrect, and a possibility in 1861 an Engineering ref/Smith
The Signature of Caroline in 1861 and 1862 is exactly the same in my opinion, would appreciate others views please.

William and Caroline had a son Archibald March qtr 1839 St Pancras v1 page 228 mothers maiden name GEARING
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The Signature of Caroline in 1861 and 1862 is exactly the same in my opinion, would appreciate others views please.

I think it’s exactly the same signature, also the first witness is the same, Frederick? Robert Bartlett.
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The Signature of Caroline in 1861 and 1862 is exactly the same in my opinion, would appreciate others views please.

I think it’s exactly the same signature, also the first witness is the same, Frederick? Robert Bartlett.

In total agreement.

JJ