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Hi,

I agree with Carole :)

I think that Marion could be George's daughter in 1861 and Caroline his granddaughter. Marion gives her birth place as St Alphege City. This could be her baptism,


St Alphage, London Wall, City of London
28 Jun 1835
Mary
Daur of George and Ann CULPITT
11 Fell St.
Porter
said to be born 22 May 1835

George and son George are living at 13 Fell St in 1851.



It looks like Mary might have died in 1862,

Mary CULPITT    Sep Q 1862    Shoreditch    1c  113
Age: 27


Burial
London, England, City of London and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Registers
Daybook of Burials
Tuesday 26 Aug 1862
4889
Mary Culpitt
Abode:  Walbrook ??
Parish:  Hoxton
Age:    27
Mode of Interment:  2c (dittoed from above)
Hour:  3
Certificate received:  Yes 
Remarks:  Pr?    D 11


Regards,
Daisy

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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Pontefract All Saints Parish Records
« on: Saturday 18 September 21 14:35 BST (UK)  »

Hi,

That's what I was thinking Rosie :)

I found this burial which would fit,


Badsworth, St Mary the Virgin
John MCKENZIE
Son of James MCKENZIE
Abode:  Badsworth
29th October 1837
Age:  3 weeks


Regards,
Daisy


12
Gloucestershire / Re: Would like your opinion please
« on: Friday 17 September 21 21:21 BST (UK)  »

Hi,

I can't see them in 1881 but this could be William's death.

In 1871 they were living in Bedminster, Redcliff, Bristol,


Death

William TROTT    JQ 1885    Bedminster    5c  483
Age:  46 


Burial

09 April 1885
Bristol, St Mary Redcliffe, Gloucestershire
William TROTT
Age:  46
Abode:  173 Clarence Road


Or is this the William that was married to Maria?


Regards,
Daisy

13
Family History Beginners Board / Re: Michael Power, born Barony, Scotland C1828-30
« on: Wednesday 15 September 21 17:00 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

Can you tell us where you have found Michael's attestation, I can't find it anywhere. Where was he in 1853?

Daisy

14
Family History Beginners Board / Re: Michael Power, born Barony, Scotland C1828-30
« on: Tuesday 14 September 21 19:44 BST (UK)  »

Hi,

This doesn't help with his birth but is another snippet of info.

The burial found by Neale1961 shows that Michael POWER died on the 16th January 1874 of consumption. His Quality, Trade or Profession &c shows him as Commissariat Staff Sergeant. This matches his occupation at Agnes Margaret's baptism.  :)

Regards,
Daisy

15
Family History Beginners Board / Re: Emma Elizabeth Green surname confusion
« on: Saturday 04 September 21 20:09 BST (UK)  »

I can't see where it says poor, maybe we are looking at different images :-\


I think this could be Mary Ann RACKETT, it's only a mile from Isabella Street where Elizabeth was born.

Looks like she was surprising everyone even before her various 'marriages'  :)


London Courier and Evening Gazette 22 December 1835


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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Emma Elizabeth Green surname confusion
« on: Saturday 04 September 21 18:35 BST (UK)  »

Hi,

In 1851 they were living at St George the Martyr, Southwark, I have found these Banns which could be Frederick and Mary Ann,



St George the Martyr, Southwark

1851

P.78
No. 388

Frederick LUCAS    Bachelor
    
Mary SMITH    Spinster

Both of this parish.

11th May
18th May
25th May

This entry is crossed through with "entered on other side,page 77" written on it.


so,



St George the Martyr, Southwark

1851

P.77
No. 384

Frederick LUCAS    Bachelor
    
Mary SMITH    Spinster

Both of this parish.

11th May         by me,  ?? PAULL,  Curate
18th May         by me,  J HORTON,  Rector
25th May         by me,  J HORTON,  Curate



Then,


St George the Martyr, Southwark

1851

P.97
No. 489

Frederick James LUCAS    Bachelor
    
Mary Ann RACKETT    Spinster

Both of this parish.

27th July           by me,  Thos B BAKER,  Curate
3rd August        by me,  J HORTON,  Rector
10th August      by me,  J HORTON,  Rector



These are just Banns, I cannot find any marriage which corresponds to either of them.

It's the same Rector, I  would love to know what they were telling him  :)


Regards,
Daisy

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The Lighter Side / Re: It's OK I'll Remember That...
« on: Saturday 04 September 21 15:59 BST (UK)  »

Hi,

You've probably found this already , but just in case  :)

Regards,
Daisy

04 June 1932
Bury Free Press


18

Hi,

There are lots of Northumberland baptisms here,


https://www.rootschat.com/links/01quo/


It's a mixture of baptisms, marriages and deaths in small writing, so it will take a while to look through them :)

Regards,
Daisy

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