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Hello trish1120 and garstonite,
trish1120
So far I have found no other children christened Darton with a Father Matthew and thank you for the marriage information
garstonite
Thank you for the information

Many thanks to you both

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I am trying to trace a marriage for him.
I think he may have had a son Thomas Baptised 15 Mar 1701or 1700 @ All Saints Darton Yorkshire. (I am not 100% certain that this is correct either!!).
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Thankyou

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Richard Seamark circa 1725-1735
« on: Monday 23 November 20 06:21 GMT (UK)  »
Hello Girl Guide and Gibel
Girl Guide
Their daughter Sarah Seamark married my 4 x great-grandfather Thomas Fitzgerald, one son was named John Storer Fitzgerald and a daughter named Sarah Seamark Fitzgerald they were all also baptised @ Saint James, Westminster.

Gibel
I have seen these baptisms, but to the best of my knowledge I am not aware of any links to Northamptonshire, needless to say it is not impossible!
I am aware of Lydia death in 1762, and I do not know what his occupation was.
I do have a Jane Seamark on my ever increasing to do list. I will research her details as soon as I can.
Thank you both or your replies.

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Family History Beginners Board / Richard Seamark circa 1725-1735
« on: Sunday 22 November 20 07:05 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to trace a record for his baptism.
It is thought they he MAY have been born it the Stepney Area in Middlesex (now in London) or the Westminster Area Middlesex (Also now in London), but this is uncertain!
He married Sarah Storer 16 Oct 1755 @ Saint James, Westminster.
As far as I can tell they had only two children.
Sarah Seamark Born 1 Nov 1757 and baptised 13 Nov 1757 @ Saint James, Westminster.
Lydia Seamark Born 27 July 1760 and baptised 10 Aug 1760 @ Saint James, Westminster.
Any assistance will be appreciated.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Joseph Bunting circa maybe 1745-1755
« on: Saturday 31 October 20 08:04 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you  amondg

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Joseph Bunting circa maybe 1745-1755
« on: Saturday 31 October 20 07:38 GMT (UK)  »
Hello amondg and Hello Neale1961
Having now reviewed the Thomas Welch marriage, it has been incorrectly transcribed on Ancestry!
Thomas Welch was the curate of Charlecote Warwickshire.
Elizabeth Morris married Thos. (Thomas) Hortin. 20 Jan 1768 Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire.
Charlecote is about 1/2 mile from Hampton Lucy
This throws a different light on my search.


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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Joseph Bunting circa maybe 1745-1755
« on: Saturday 31 October 20 07:11 GMT (UK)  »
Hello amondg
As yet not tried Warwickshire poor law records. That will be my next port of call.
On my to do list I have an Elizabeth Morris marrying Thomas Welch Jan 1768 Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire.
I will research further on the burial of Samuel Welch 25 January 1774.
Hello Neale1961
I do not know what date he died and his Dob is just a stake in the ground  and somewhere to start,
Have noted marriage of Joseph Bunting to Sarah Williams on 21 March 1750 in Rugby and will research further.
I have four children from 1751 to 1760 but no links so far with this Joseph

Thank amondg and Neale1961 for you replies.

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Family History Beginners Board / Joseph Bunting circa maybe 1745-1755
« on: Friday 30 October 20 07:53 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to locate a baptism or date of birth for him.
It is thought that he may have been from the Rugby area in Warwickshire.
He married a widow Elizabeth Welch 18 Oct 1771 in Rugby Warwickshire.
So far I have located 7 children all baptised between 1772 and 1786 at St Andrews Rugby.Warwickshire

I am also trying to Establish the name of his first wife.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
 

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Family History Beginners Board / Thomas Longley (AKA Langley) 1583
« on: Thursday 27 August 20 07:54 BST (UK)  »
He was baptised 13 Dec 1583 Warminster, Wiltshire.
3 Oct 1611 he married Sylvester (Silvester) Turner at St Denys with St Lawrence Warminster Wiltshire.
I am trying to establish if she was a widow or not!
On Ancestry the Wiltshire, England, Marriages, 1538-1837 indicates in the notes “See Alleg Bond: Thomas LONGLEY: husbandman. Silvester: widow. Both of Warminster” (https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=5813&h=323296&tid=11531696&pid=282222214956&queryId=a507f77f4e4fd9c1265dbe954b88f5f8&usePUB=true&_phsrc=lTQ1026&_phstart=successSource).

The Marriage document on Ancestry does not mention she was a widow.
(https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/61187/images/45582_263021009496_2280-00114?pId=900019053).

I have not been able to find a copy of the Allegation Bond.
Would appreciate a suggestions / comments as to how I can find out if she was indeed a widow or not?


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