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I am having fifficulty sorting them on the censuses with the children listed for them. I have them on the 1861 but not definite on the 1851

RG9 Piece 2942 Folio 29 Page 12
5 Alport Town manchester
Mary Hill 40 Head married Charwoman Newtown Wales
John Henry Isaac Hill 14 son, London,
Fred Alfred Parson Hill 11 Liverpool born 1848
Charles Hill 9  Liverpool
Mary Jane Hill 8 Alport
Mary says she is married in the above 1861 but the ancestry tree has John Hill husband death in 1853.

May help - John was a cabinet maker on the baptismal record b]1863[/b]of Fred Alfred son born 1848.


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From a tree on ancestry

Mary Ann Ingram 1820 Newtown, Montgomeryshire,  Death - 1898 Chorlton, Lancashire,
Spouse - John Parsons Hill 11 Aug 1816  St Mary Key, Ipswich, Suffolk
Marriage 25 Oct 1846  St James' Westminster
Father - William Ingram Birth 1780 Llanerfyl, Montgomeryshire. Death 18 feb 1826 Newtown, Montgomeryshire,
Mother = Mary Price

Added:- as usual care needed with information from others trees.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: EVASIVE GERMAN GREAT GRANDAD
« on: Friday 19 April 19 20:52 BST (UK)  »
Mary Henrietta's death reg age ) March 1/4 1877 reg dist West Derby and Toxteth park vol 8b page 210.

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Thanks Allan
Your search agrees with my own and George married again a couple years later, but what I would dearly like to know is when the " Jager/Hunter" family arrived in L'pool from Boston,got to be between birth of Sarah in 1873 ( Boston) and 1878 (birth of Jacob Haigh) I have searched ships lists with no success, by the way Jacob senior was listed as a seaman on Boston 1870 census ! also when did the name change happen? Thanks for your help
Regards  Clarry


Well we have at least now brought their arrival in Liverpool to a couple of years earlier than 1878 from your previous post.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: EVASIVE GERMAN GREAT GRANDAD
« on: Friday 19 April 19 03:27 BST (UK)  »
Mary Henrietta's death reg age ) March 1/4 1877 reg dist West Derby and Toxteth park vol 8b page 210.


     

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: EVASIVE GERMAN GREAT GRANDAD
« on: Friday 19 April 19 03:03 BST (UK)  »
You say the marriage was 1867 but the record in my previous post says 1868.

They were in Liverpool in Feb 1878 when their son Jacob Haigh Hunter was baptised at Holy Trinity Toxteth Park. Father Jacob a labourer.
However Jacob junior's birth was registered in the name John Haigh Hunter March 1/4 1878 registration district West Derby and Toxteth Park. vol 8b page 280 Mother's maiden name Lythgoe.

There are two other birth registrations in the same reg dist, surname Hunter mmn Lythgoe.
Mary Henrietta Hunter   1876  June 1/4   Vol 8b  Page 226
Mary Ann Haigh Hunter Seept 1/4 1879 vol 8b page 287
So we now know they were in Liverpool area mid year 1876

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: EVASIVE GERMAN GREAT GRANDAD
« on: Friday 19 April 19 02:18 BST (UK)  »
At least you have his parent's names from the marriage record which may help find him
Marriage
Jacob Jager
Birth c1845
Married 25 Nov 1868
Place - Boston, Massachusetts
Age 23
Father's name - Diedrich
Mother - Catharine
Spouse - Sarah E Lythgolo
Spouse marriage Age - 22
Spouse father name - John Lythgolo
Spouse mother name - Mary A

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Scotland / Re: HELP seeking ancestor
« on: Tuesday 16 April 19 02:51 BST (UK)  »

his father was 62 at 1891 and mother 50 , dead by 1895 give or take.

Are you saying you have his parents in the 1891 census of Scotland?

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Army Records for Christopher Reece
« on: Monday 15 April 19 23:02 BST (UK)  »
Do you have his marriage certifcate? This will show his occupation at time of marriage.
 I can't give you all the details of his record because FindMyPast have their rules. The service record is only 3 pages and on the first page in big blue letters is stamped "Purchased"
This usually means that a discharge from service was payed for. Somebody payed for him to be discharged not very long after he signed up.

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Scotland / Re: HELP seeking ancestor
« on: Monday 15 April 19 21:22 BST (UK)  »
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I cannot see any corresponding baptism or birth for him to these parents in the old Parish Registers, given it is before the start of official registration in Scotland from 1855.

In the 1861 census, I can only see one possible entry for a Frank born c. 1853 in Kincardineshire. He shows as grandson, can't tell who his parents could be.

Something to consider? People weren't as keen on knowing their exact birth dates as we are now. I also think the names Janet and Jess were interchangeable, but definitely not Mary.
1861 transcript only.
249 High St Knockando, Elginshire Moray
Margaret Ralph    57
Jess Ralph 35
Francis Ross 9 grandson (mother Jess Ralph)
Alexander Rose 18

baptism Francis Ralph, mother Janet Ralph, 19 Oct 1851.Knockando.




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