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Also (again only looking at the index) on the marriage of Thomas ROWELL and Mary Ann - on 12 Dec 1857 at Saint Peter and Allenheads Chapelries,Allendale, it has the bride's name as Mary Ann CHARLTON or GRIFFITH.  :-\

I think this family can be seen in 1871 at Escombe, Durham
Thomas ROWELL    40     Allenheads  (coal miner)
Mary Ann                  32    Wark
Ann Elizabeth           11     Allenheads
Emma                        9 
William                      7
Mary Ann                  1      Escombe
RG10/4926 pg38

(The children's birth registrations can be found with mmn CHARLTON)

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I'm confused too ...

Emily Adelaide ROWELL birth registered Set qtr 1865 at Newcstle Upon Tyne mmn CHARLTON. I'm assuming this is her baptism:
18 Aug 1867  Emily Adelaide Rowell CHARLTON, mother - Mary Ann CHARLTON at Lee (I'm looking at the index only, not the image).

And in the 1871 census at Wall -
Robert CHARLTON     82    Hexham  (gardener)
Margaret                      83
Mary Ann                    30   (gr dau, unmarried)  Wall  (ag lab)
Emily Adelaide            5     (great gr dau)           Newcastle upon Tyne
George Robert            3     (great gr son)           Low Brunton

RG10/5151 pg11

(George Robert birth reg -  Dec qtr 1867 Hexham, no mmn. His baptism 13 Jan 1868 at Lee, mother - Mary Ann CHARLTON)

The only marriage I can see in 1857 for a Mary Ann CHARLTON is to Thomas ROWELL at Hexham. Is this the marriage cert you have?

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Australia / Re: Eliza Emily Tipple SMITH
« on: Sunday 25 April 21 06:04 BST (UK)  »
Ah, I see - this thread:
https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=846930.27

Lots of experienced researchers there have had a look for you. Not hoping for anything extra, but I'll have a look at my resources, see if anything comes up .  :)

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Australia / Re: Eliza Emily Tipple SMITH
« on: Sunday 25 April 21 05:24 BST (UK)  »


The family I am helping believed a son of George Frederick was a Light Horseman in the first world war, l done a lot of research on this son but failed to find anything about him in any war.


What is the name of the son? RootsChatters are very good at finding information that doesn't want to be found!  :)

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Suffolk Lookup Requests / Re: William Rush BRUCE Birth Look up Hintlesham
« on: Sunday 25 April 21 04:41 BST (UK)  »
Hi'ya,

When you click the attachment button, you are looking for a heading that says "attach" followed but a button that says "choose file" this should let browse your computer for the image.

If you are not seeing this option please can you try to view RootsChat on a different browser to see if this may resolve your problem.

Regards

Sarah

The problem may be that we cannot create attachments in Lookup threads?

Perhaps hotrodpansy and ernchat might be better to pm each other to share photos.  :D

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I modified my post about the 1861 census to include the family there. They have children Robert, Hannah, Jane and Isabella as well as George and William.  :)

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Ok, so in 1861 they are in Warton, William is a farm hand [?].
RG9/3865 pg 9

William ROWELL     42
Isabella                    43
Robert                      17
Hannah                    15
Jane                         13
Isabella                     7
George                     5
William                     2               

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Do you know where the family is in 1861? The only John YOUNG (blacksmith) that I can see in Northumberland is with wife Mary and daughters Robina and Mary Ann at Scremerston, so I presume this is the wrong family. How do you know he was a blacksmith, is it from the children's baptisms?

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