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Having very recently gone through a similar experience I find the hospital conversations and emotions very moving and authentic.

Sounded like horses to me, but I seem to have misled myself about them getting married already.

I think they got married while Grey Gables was exploding.

Suffolk / Re: 'Bauly' family from Hessett, Suffolk
« on: Sunday 22 March 20 18:48 GMT (UK)  »
Welcome to RootsChat.

My 7 x Great grandparents John Bayley and Elizabeth were married at Stowmarket (about 6.5 miles away) around 1675. They had 7 children baptised inn Stowmarket including Cornelius bapt 13-9-1690

Well done Romilly - we read it here first!

At the time the kitchen was closed for a leaking soil pipe problem to be solved.

Carmarthenshire / Re: James James birth help
« on: Saturday 21 September 19 13:26 BST (UK)  »
Cwmaman and Glanaman are quite likely the same place Cwm is valley, and the current Glanaman hospital is also know as Amman Valley Hospital.

Berkshire / Re: Richard Wernham, Hampstead Norris 1787
« on: Friday 30 August 19 22:21 BST (UK)  »
I seem to have miscalculated Elizabeth's age, you are right, I have the same dates of birth and burial and the same children with a Richard Wernham who she married 17-10-1813.
It seems I should restore her to my more likely tree - do you have details of her parents marriage?
I agree that there would have been motivation for Richard Wernham to marry shortly after Sarah's burial, even to a 41 year old virgin (she was obviously fertile!) agricultural labourer - but what was her motivation to suddenly take on an old man with 6 young children?
I have that Richard being born before 1788 based on his marriage to Sarah Brooker (my 3 x GGM). I am not convinced now that he was the same Richard Wernham who married Hannah Stevens nee Budd 22-10-1787 in Hampstead Norris, nor the one who is said to have been born in 1748 (which would have made him 39 when he married Hannah).
I agree it is possible he married Hannah then Sarah then Elizabeth but I am not convinced by evidence actual or circumstantial, though eager to be convinced. It is just that there are too many Richard W's about and no way to distinguish them.

Berkshire / Re: Richard Wernham, Hampstead Norris 1787
« on: Friday 30 August 19 11:48 BST (UK)  »
I had the 17-10-1813 marriage of Elizabeth Shrimpton daughter of Richard, to my 2xGGF Richard Wernham (birth before 1778 untraced after 60 years of searching) but reclassified it as "Doubtful": He married Elizabeth Shrimpton 17-10-1813 (when she was 42) and had 3 more children - the last when she was 48.

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