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Shropshire / Re: Mary Ann Nevitt b1809 Bridgnorth
« on: Friday 18 June 21 06:12 BST (UK)  »
It looks good.  Maybe when they baptised Martha they remembered that they had forgotten to baptise the earlier 3 girls  :-\

Kay

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Shropshire / Re: Mary Ann Nevitt b1809 Bridgnorth
« on: Friday 18 June 21 05:28 BST (UK)  »
A Frances Nevitt age 38 was buried on 26 Sep 1847 at Bridgnorth, St Mary Magdalene??   Her address was Library Steps

Kay

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Shropshire / Re: Mary Ann Nevitt b1809 Bridgnorth
« on: Friday 18 June 21 05:08 BST (UK)  »
I think Sophia married Samuel Guest on 23 Nov 1834 at Brosley.    In 1851 her birth  age is    listed as 36 and in 1861 as 41

Kay

I think she died in 1870 listed as 55

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Shropshire / Re: Mary Ann Nevitt b1809 Bridgnorth
« on: Friday 18 June 21 04:41 BST (UK)  »
The original pages are on FindMyPast.   No birth dates are listed for any of the girls and their father's occupation is listed as a Barge Owner.  It does look like a bulk baptism but there is an earlier baptism of another girl Martha on 30 October 1818 at St Mary Magdalene with the same parents  :-\

Kay

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London and Middlesex / Re: Edward BROWN 1817-?
« on: Monday 14 June 21 09:42 BST (UK)  »
If it does prove to be the right person I noticed additional baptisms for possible siblings with the same parents on F M P at East Ham    - John Brown 14 Jul 1782 and Mary Brown 13 Jan 1784      plus Thomas Brown 1781 https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:8YBT-NY3Z

There is a marriage of Arthur Brown to Lydia Smith 20 Apr 1780 St. Sepulchre, London on Anc  and possible death of Lydia which mentions her father https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:7T56-9YW2  and on F M P her husbands Arthur's  burial age  76  on 10 Mar 1818 at All Saints West Ham

Kay
     

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Nottinghamshire / Re: The Sheep Farm, Ruddington
« on: Monday 14 June 21 07:11 BST (UK)  »
Sorry Spendlove to cause confusion - I am not the original poster just posted the only shepherd I could see in the village in 1911

Kay

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Nottinghamshire / Re: The Sheep Farm, Ruddington
« on: Sunday 13 June 21 16:55 BST (UK)  »
A shepherd was living at Shepfold in 1911 and was the only shepherd I could see in the village https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XWSZ-WR9

Kay

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London and Middlesex / Re: Edward BROWN 1817-?
« on: Sunday 13 June 21 12:49 BST (UK)  »
I think this may be Arthur in 1851   Living at Lombard Street, Saint Edmund-The-King and Martyr, City of London,
 

James Barnes 52  Yeoford Suffolk
Elizabeth   Barnes   58 London, Middlesex,
James W   Barnes   32   Clerk   London,
Charles   Barnes   22   Clerk   Islington, Middlesex
Mary   Barnes           20    Islington, Middlesex
Jemima   Barnes   18   Islington, Middlesex
Catherine   Barnes   16   Islington, Middlesex,
Maria   Barnes   14   Islington, Middlesex
Ellen   Barnes   11   Islington, Middlesex,
Susan   Brees   Servant 39Domestic servant   Wales   
Elizabeth   Smart   Servant 21 Domestic servant   London
John Owen Pugh  31  Clerk Wales
Caleb Marshall   38   Porter   Ireland   
Arthur   Brown   Widower   66   Private watchman   Eastham, Essex

Kay

Added - For some reason he is transcribed on Anc as Elizabeth Brown??

If the 1851 is the right Arthur I wonder if he was also living in Lombard Street City of London in 1841 - Listed as Arthur Browne age 55 Male Servant - Not born in County

Baptism?

Arthur Brown
Birth date   27 Nov 1785
Baptism date 18 Dec 1785
Parents  Arthur and Lydia Brown
East Ham, St Mary Magdalene

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Durham / Re: Mary Stoker
« on: Sunday 13 June 21 12:25 BST (UK)  »
I work strange hours and also am a bit of a night owl Kay :)

I will try to remember that in future  ;D   I have a stange sleeping pattern, fall asleep really early and am often awake by 3 am  :-\

Kay

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