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Title: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: Bidr on Thursday 19 December 19 01:50 GMT (UK)
Hi All,
I am Looking for Mary’s  maiden name

William LIPYEAT (dob 1710) married  Mary JEFFREYS (dob 1712)  at Saint Antholin, Budge Row London England on the 24th July 1734  and on the marriage bond it states she is a widow, a young widow. 

I’m presuming JEFFREYS is her previous husbands married name.


Thank you in adavance!
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: davecapps on Thursday 19 December 19 08:12 GMT (UK)
Ancestry has 2 Marys born 1712

https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=60856&h=1108252&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=FRE3&_phstart=successSource

Name: Mary Jefferys
Event Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 5 Mar 1712
Baptism Place: Cloford, Somerset, England
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Map: View this parish
Father: Thomas Jefferys


https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7097&h=226229&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=FRE4&_phstart=successSource

Quaker
Name: Mary Jefferys
Event Type: Birth
Birth Date: 20 Dec 1712
Birth Place: Margarets, Westmr, England
Gender: Female
Father: John Jefferys
Mother: Susanna
Meeting: Quarterly Meeting of London and Middlesex
Piece Description: Piece 0328: Quarterly Meeting of London and Middlesex: Births (1708-1747)

Dave
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: davecapps on Thursday 19 December 19 08:16 GMT (UK)
another one

https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7097&h=28594&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&_phsrc=tHL6&_phstart=successSource

Name:    Mary Jefferis
Event Type:    Birth
Birth Date:    26 Oct 1712
Birth Place:    Margaret Westminster, England
Gender:    Female
Father:    John Jefferis
Mother:    Susanna Jefferys
Meeting:    Monthly Meeting of Westminster
Piece Description:    Piece 0826: Monthly Meeting of Westminster: Births (1652-1776)
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: davecapps on Thursday 19 December 19 08:22 GMT (UK)
Mary born 1712 was 22 years old when she married William Lipyeat.

If it was her second marriage, she must have been quite young when she first married :)

Dave
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: Girl Guide on Thursday 19 December 19 08:26 GMT (UK)
If she was a widow her maiden name won't be Jeffreys.

A possible marriage on 1 June 1730 at Fleet Prison, London - Edward Jeffreys (cordwainer) to a Mary Harndine. Would need to see if there is a death for Edward before her second marriage.
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: Bidr on Friday 20 December 19 01:08 GMT (UK)
If she was a widow her maiden name won't be Jeffreys.

A possible marriage on 1 June 1730 at Fleet Prison, London - Edward Jeffreys (cordwainer) to a Mary Harndine. Would need to see if there is a death for Edward before her second marriage.

Thank you!

 I'll have a search for a death.

Barb x
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: Bidr on Friday 20 December 19 01:51 GMT (UK)
If she was a widow her maiden name won't be Jeffreys.

A possible marriage on 1 June 1730 at Fleet Prison, London - Edward Jeffreys (cordwainer) to a Mary Harndine. Would need to see if there is a death for Edward before her second marriage.

Thank you!

Had a look through the deaths and none found.

It's showing on this marriage  the couple are from ENFIELD?

 I'll have a search for a death.

Barb x
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: LizzieL on Friday 20 December 19 14:12 GMT (UK)
Marriage record for William Lippyeat says he was from Queenhithe and Mary was of the same parish. There is a burial record for a William Lippieatt / Lippyate at Queenhithe on 7 Jan 1738, occupation house-keeper or Victualler (depending on which record you read).
Looks like William and Mary had a daughter Hannah bapt on 27 July 1735(born 29 June) and daughters Martha and Mary bapt on 14 Aug 1738 (born on 12th). Martha buried Aug 20th and Mary buried Aug 27th. Mary Lippyeat widow buried 25 Feb 1741, can't read the last line - could say from the Bell in the Hith.
So if little Hannah survived her parents, who looked after her? Maybe one of Mary's family?
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: LizzieL on Friday 20 December 19 14:25 GMT (UK)
Possible burial for 1st husband
William Jeffreys victualler buried Queenhithe 27 Apr 1732 - from Queenhithe great stairs.
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: LizzieL on Friday 20 December 19 14:40 GMT (UK)
The only marriage in the right time frame I can find is on 20 Oct 1730 to Mary Parsons - but its at St Martin in the Fields.
Title: Re: Looking for Mary’s maiden name
Post by: LizzieL on Friday 20 December 19 14:50 GMT (UK)
FindMyPast has more detail-  the marriage was by licence and William was of St Giles Cripplegate less than a mile from Queenhithe