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Suffolk / Re: Stone and Mayes in Flixton
« on: Today at 09:47 »
Have a look at the baptisms of James Sparks, 1795 Ellingham and Samuel Sparks, 1798, Broome - both give mother's maiden name.
Was this Mary buried at Broome, 28 Aug  1798? Unfortunately, no age at death recorded.

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Durham / Re: The ancestors of Ann Miller
« on: Yesterday at 14:12 »
Thanks for the update.
Good to see it confirmed - it always looked promising.

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Suffolk / Re: Stone and Mayes in Flixton
« on: Monday 21 June 21 21:05 BST (UK)  »
I only spotted Mary Mayes, 14  Oct 1759 . But revisiting FindMyPast I see it has 3 entries for Mary - Mayes, Mayse and Mays! 

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Suffolk / Re: Stone and Mayes in Flixton
« on: Monday 21 June 21 18:43 BST (UK)  »
Have you discounted (FindMyPast image/transcript)?
Mary Mayes, bap 14 Oct 1759, parish Ellingham, diocese Norwich, parents Francis and Ann

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Offaly (Kings) / Re: Birr Castle Archives -- SPRIGGE Family History
« on: Sunday 20 June 21 14:34 BST (UK)  »
Journals of the House of Lords (Ireland), Vol 3, printed 1799 - 1800 by William Sleater has a lengthy article re. a petition presented by Sir Laurence Parsons, William his son, a minor, Catherine Sprigge, grandmother of William Parsons and Thomas Burgh.

It mentions William's Sprigge's wife was Catherine and there was no male issue. William Sprigge died 1735. Mary Sprigge married 1730 and died 1731. Margaret Sprigge married 1734 and died 1744 without issue.

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Durham / Re: The ancestors of Ann Miller
« on: Saturday 19 June 21 18:12 BST (UK)  »
Yes - the 1827 marriage looks good for the '41 Census family, given the 1839 Thomasine birth registration. But yet to link the Ann in the '41 Census with the Ann that married in '54?

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Durham / Re: The ancestors of Ann Miller
« on: Saturday 19 June 21 14:49 BST (UK)  »
So, why in 1827 would they have crossed over to Northumberland to marry?

Loads of people in the north east married in Newcastle.

As already said, you need Robert Miller's occupation on Ann's 1854 marriage cert (if present, of course)

Well, yes. But have you read  Replies #2, #3, and #4.
The will of Robert Miller proved in 1885 will only cost 1.50. Could be worth it!

They baptised 7 children in St Michael's and All Angels beginning with William, 14 June 1829 (abode Queen Street). Marriages were taking place in the church in 1827 - Durham record office index confirms. Just puzzled why they chose Newcastle.

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Durham / Re: The ancestors of Ann Miller
« on: Saturday 19 June 21 14:20 BST (UK)  »
GRO

Thomasine Miller, registered March Qtr 1839, Sunderland Union, vol 24 page 234 - mother's maiden name Scott

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Durham / Re: The ancestors of Ann Miller
« on: Saturday 19 June 21 09:48 BST (UK)  »
FindMyPast baptisms (transcripts only)

Baptismal Place - St Michael and All Angels, Bishopwearmouth, Durham
Parents - Robert Miller, a mason, and Mary
William, 1829, Ann 1830, Elizabeth 1833, Mary Jane 1835, Isabel 1837, Thomasine 1839, William 1840

On the 1841 Census both Robert and Mary were "born in County" ie. Durham and confirmed in the '51 Census.

So, why in 1827 would they have crossed over to Northumberland to marry?

As already said, you need Robert Miller's occupation on Ann's 1854 marriage cert (if present, of course).

If

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