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Suffolk Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Herringswell Parish Records NUNN baptisms
« on: Saturday 09 April 11 13:30 BST (UK)  »
Many many Thanks for that Anne, that does clarify things, I just have to find out what happened to them later now, surprising Hannah is not listed, the census returns all quote Herringswell as  her birth, perhaps it was Mildenhall.


Suffolk Completed Lookup Requests / Herringswell Parish Records NUNN baptisms
« on: Friday 08 April 11 13:06 BST (UK)  »
Hi, I would be grateful  if anyone could help me with this.

Thomas Nunn b 1801 and Susan Neale b 1800 had I believe 10 children as per 1841 census, one of whom was George b 1825, possibly bap 29/5/1825 (he is 16 in that census and appears in no others with the family) however I have contact with some people who believe this George died in infancy and Thomas and Susan had another son George b 1827, however this George is not in the 1841 census and I believe they are confusing him with a George b 1827 in Badington on the other side of the county.
It would help me if someone could look up the Herringswell records to see if indeed 2 Georges 1825 and 1827 were born to Thomas and Susan and if so did one indeed die in infancy.

Many Thanks


Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Thursday 12 March 09 17:21 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Roy, that's me.

Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Thursday 12 March 09 11:23 GMT (UK)  »
I didn't get anywhere with Miller either.
Looked at Historical Directories and I am even more confused that before.
The 1911 census gives James Tuppen living at 1 North St Eastbourne and a confectioner with his wife as an assistant, there are the two children and a lodger Frank Saunders, a whitesmith. No other people are listed. In Kelleys directories for 1911 and 1915 a John Tuppen is listed at 1 North St  Eastbourne as a confectioner but a John doesn't appear in the census. 

Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Wednesday 11 March 09 11:55 GMT (UK)  »
Many thanks for your replies Annette and Roy,
Firstly Annette, I must apologize re the name, I have just received a copy of James' marriage cert (the original was not in the best shape) and have found his father's name was in fact Alfred not Albert not that this helps much, there isn't a Albert Tuppen in the  1871/81 census with a son James (the most likely ones) though I must admit I like the theory.
Roy, also a good notion, but I wonder why and when he became Tuppen.

Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Tuesday 10 March 09 15:06 GMT (UK)  »
I haven't been able to find a directory online yet that I can access.

Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Tuesday 10 March 09 14:07 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for reply,
He married Mary Ann Winborn(e) 6th Oct 1906 at the Congregational Church, Pevensey Rd Eastbourne, and he is listed as a Bachelor of 37 and a Fishmonger living in Tideswell Rd. His Father is a Domestic Gardener but it does not state if he is alive or not.

Sussex Lookup Requests / Tuppen Baptism lookup please Brighton
« on: Monday 09 March 09 18:57 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for my grandfather James Alfred Tuppen born 1870, I have his marriage cert, and from that that his father was Albert Tuppen. I also have found from the 1911 census he was born in Brighton (but married and lived in Eastbourne) but apart from these two results there is no other mention of him in the bmd or any of the other census results.

I am hoping that if I can find a baptism I can get somewhere.
It is possible that his christian names have been reversed but I would think it unlikely in both results and trying this in bmd and census still does not get a result. If anyone could help I would appreciate it.

Sussex / Re: Tuppen, Winborn in Eastbourne
« on: Monday 09 March 09 17:55 GMT (UK)  »
Yup, consistant. he was 41 in 1911.
Witnesses were Edith Winborn(e), his wife Mary's sister and Herbert John Ball, no idea who he was!

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