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The Common Room / Revising Barristerís Court 1843
« on: Saturday 17 October 20 16:12 BST (UK)  »
Hi, can anyone tell me about the decisions made by a Revising Barristerís Court. I know that it concerns the voters list for the area but I do not know what the actual decisions mean.
Claims  -  either allowed or struck out.
Objections  - either struck out or retained.

Is it a claim to be added to the list? Why would somebody object to be on the list?

I would love to know what was involved for one relative who had his claim allowed.

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The Common Room / Re: Why Golden?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 15:55 GMT (UK)  »
They were perhaps, very quiet children.

And you know what they say about silence.  ;D ;D ;D


Malky

Or their parents were very hopeful  ;D ;D

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The Common Room / Re: Why Golden?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 14:24 GMT (UK)  »
Not sure how far you have gone back with the Family to find the Golden name?

HENRY BEN Warner Bapt 1 March 1801 St Andrew, Holborn to JAMES/SARAH
Siblings that are easy to find;
ELIZABETH ANN 23 AUG 1798, birth 1795   
MARY 23 AUG 1798
SARAH MARGARET 15 JUL 1804

1841 Census
Ashby St
St Pancras
James Warner   65 Gold ...?
Anne Warner   25 Milliner
James Warner   13****

Could Sarah, Wife of James be nee Golden?
(havent found a Marriage though c 1791-1795)

James Henry Warners Father died 1845

He married as Henry Benjamin Warner to Elizabeth BEECH 12 August 1826 St. Andrew'S, Holborn, Middlesex

Trish :)

Yes I have found the above. I am also of the opinion that Henry Ben Warner separates from Elizabeth Beech and sets up a new family with a Matilda (possibly Collings or Collins). One of their children is a John Golding Warner 1834-1851. This info from you all is helping to confirm that opinion.

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The Common Room / Re: Why Golden?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 14:01 GMT (UK)  »
I may have been on to something there;

JAMES GOLDEN Warner buried 18 Feb 1852, St James, St Pancras
Age 79, address 14 Ashby St*
Image on Anc.

FreeBMD has him reg as James Golding Warner 1852
Fantastic! Right address as well. Thatís Gx4 granddad

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The Common Room / Re: Why Golden?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 11:55 GMT (UK)  »
Is her father described as a Gold smith anvil maker in 1871 census?  Anvil could be Swivel after looking again.

Gold swivel maker in 1861?

Added: Goldsmith and Jeweller in 1851, as appears to be grandfather etc etc so Golden from his job?

That is the family. I did wonder about the job but is this a common practice? Also he does not have seemed to be too successful as his wife is a greengrocer (and in 1881 he is as well).

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The Common Room / Why Golden?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 11:06 GMT (UK)  »
Researching my great-grandmother Kate Frances Warner 1860-1924 I found that of her 10 siblings, 5 were given the name Golden either as a first or middle name. Since their mother's maiden name is Knight I am trying to work out why this was done? I havenít found any possible Golden grandparents although I am still looking in to this. Has anyone any other ideas?

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Warwickshire / Re: Arthur and Emily Mary Douce - who are they and where do they go?
« on: Tuesday 08 October 19 18:33 BST (UK)  »
John was living in Birmingham with his parents in 1901 just around the corner at 85 Moseley Street. They may well have just offered board and lodging. I agree that it is a shame they have no children and I cannot even find a likely pair in the 1901 census.

Phil I am working off an image. Which I tried to attach but my brain is clearly not working too well at the moment. I will try again later.

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Warwickshire / Re: Arthur and Emily Mary Douce - who are they and where do they go?
« on: Tuesday 08 October 19 17:50 BST (UK)  »
I thought that since I was looking for completely different people - the Douces - a new thread might be more appropriate. Whilst I hope it might open up some path around the Castle brick wall it is not directly concerned with them.

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Warwickshire / Re: Arthur and Emily Mary Douce - who are they and where do they go?
« on: Tuesday 08 October 19 16:58 BST (UK)  »
In the 1911 census I have John Castle (Husband's grandfather), aged 14, lodging with Arthur Douce(54) and his wife Emily Mary(53) at 4 Back 68 Leopold Street Birmingham.

Having been unable to locate the rest of John's family in 1911 (see https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=804221.msg6624155#msg6624155) I have tried to see if I could find anything via the people he was lodging with only to hit another brick wall. I cannot find this couple anywhere else even though they say they have been married for 28 years and both claim to have been born in Birmingham. I think Arthur claims to be a Slater working for a builder although slater is crossed out and I cannot decipher the following word.

Can any of you clever RootsChatters help me to work out who these people were, where they came from and what happens to them? It may not help sorting out what happened to John's family but then again...

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