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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Occupation in early 1800's
« on: Thursday 14 October 21 03:29 BST (UK)  »
I agree - and came accross this spelling in the Canterbury Journal, Kentish Times and Farmers' Gazette 6 July 1839

Kay

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Staffordshire / Re: Richard Bell marriage 11 Oct 1871 Mary Ann Stubbs
« on: Wednesday 13 October 21 08:55 BST (UK)  »
Mary Ann was listed as a Fruiterer when she married Richard Bell so maybe he helped her.   I think her son Thomas Stubbs age 32 was also a Fruiterer in 1871 but sadly his mother wasn't with him

Kay

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Staffordshire / Re: Richard Bell marriage 11 Oct 1871 Mary Ann Stubbs
« on: Wednesday 13 October 21 06:01 BST (UK)  »
If it helps  on the image Richard is listed as a widower from Lane End.   His occupation was a potter and his father was a miner

Kay

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Lanarkshire / Re: Family of Robert Findlay Cameron
« on: Sunday 10 October 21 11:57 BST (UK)  »
1911 census Hutchesontown.

John Cameron, 42, Elizabeth, 43, Children: Elizabeth, 19, Margaret, 17, Jessie, 12, Joanna, 9, David, 5, & Robert, 3.

1901 census, St Andrew, Edinburgh.

John, 31, Elizabeth, 32, Elizabeth Miller, 6, & Jessie Souter, 1. No Margaret.

In 1911 John Cameron is listed as born Edinburgh a Carter and his wife born in Glasgow Lanarkshire

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Lanarkshire / Re: Family of Robert Findlay Cameron
« on: Sunday 10 October 21 06:04 BST (UK)  »
His birth is on Scotlands People (pay to views) Had a few credits so this is a starter for you

Robert Findlay Cameron b 10 Dec 1907 161 Kidston St Glasgow - Parents John Cameron - warehouse porter   Elizabeth Scoulter? Cameron maiden name Findlay  The birth cert lists his parents as  married on 30 Jan 1891 Edinburgh

Kay

Added - this looks like their marriage from a free search on Scotlands People

JOHN CAMERON - LIZZIE FINDLAY - 1891 - 685/1 52 - St George

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Cheshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1891 Census - Thomas Lister
« on: Sunday 10 October 21 03:23 BST (UK)  »
The church is St Mary Bulwell on 21 Apr 1896

Kay

Beatrice his daughter was also buried at the same church on 8 Sep 1896

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Gloucestershire / Re: Would like your opinion please
« on: Saturday 09 October 21 13:39 BST (UK)  »
I wonder whether Florence lived with William Filer and Naomi because the couple had no children and with two existing daughters her parents were willing to share the third  :-\   The Filers were living in an eight room house in 1911 so certainly must have been fairly well off   Maybe Florence's parents thought they were improving her chances in life??.  Naomi left 7790 when she died in 1932 compared to her brother William Joseph Joy who left 155 in 1935

However this doesn't explain why she was born in Lambeth. I would be tempted to get Florence's birth cert although it might not help with the conundrum

Kay

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Gloucestershire / Re: Would like your opinion please
« on: Friday 08 October 21 07:13 BST (UK)  »
Ah - found the Hiler/Ellen Naomi Joy marriage!   His surname was Filer

25 March 1893 Bath - Naomi's father is listed as William Joseph Joy - Hatter   William Filer is a Butcher

Kay

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Gloucestershire / Re: Would like your opinion please
« on: Friday 08 October 21 07:06 BST (UK)  »
At the moment having difficulty finding a marriage for William Hiler and Naomi but wonder whether she was your William Joy's sister and in 1881 is listed as Ellen Naomi Joy living in Bitton?
 
William Joy    50
Henrietta Joy    38
Clara Catherine Joy    17
Wm.Joseph Joy    15
Ellen Naomi Joy 9

Kay

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