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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Monday 13 February 17 00:56 GMT (UK)  »
Chris ... the marriage record on find my past ... would the written one have more information? The marriage between Martha Grubb and Joseph Wade widower on 21st November 1831 by Banns st Nicolas Newbury Berkshire.  Or would that be all?  Perhaps you check when next able to? 

Their son Frederick was born March 1832 Oakingham which I'm told is old name for Wokingham.  So it seems they had to get married as Fred would have well and truly been on the way. 

Joseph may remain a mystery as I can't find a record that actually says where he was from?

I thought they might show up on an Irish cencus seeing as he died there and his daughter Isabella married there although her first child was born in Canada as her husband was also a soldier and I guess that's what makes it difficult.  at least Fred's records revealed where he was posted.  Actually perhaps I could find out where and when his unit was between 1842 and 1863? They might give me some clues.

Blessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Sunday 12 February 17 14:34 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you Chris I've looked again at the 1861 record ... it's really hard to tell if it's Prior and I can't find the written one for 1851 so ancestry must have it listed differently again.  But I will have another look tomorrow.  That's the problem with being in Australia can't just pop over and have a look :-).

For Joseph and Martha Wades two children on 1841 cencus it's says that aren't from Newbury and neither is Joseph.  Frederick Mayo Wades future cencus records and military records say he's from Wokingham near Reading.  I see that there was a Henry William Wade  born in St Helier Jersey 1836 as was Martha Priscilla.  There is also another son Charles Rodney and he was baptised in Ireland but I'm unsure where he was born as he he was baptised it says in 1859 Arbor Hill but birthday says 4th of March 1845? Henry William perhaps dies as he's not on 1841 cencus?  Joseph is listed as widower on the marriage to Martha and so I have absolutely no idea where he's from?  I wondered if the other Wades on Jersey were somehow Related.  So I googled them and Thomas Wade seems to have been an Author and a poet and his wife a muscisian.  So I just don't know ... Frederick Mayo Wade I'm told when he enlisted was likely a bugler and later in his years after military life (1901 Kingston on Thames) he's listed as a musician.  So as you can see they are quite tricky to Track! I'm very thankful for your help and if you can find anything on them in Newbury  records then I would be grateful as I'm sure this is where Martha's family are from as for Joseph he may remain a mystery.  The Paradise family are also a bit elusive. 

I'm sure Thomas Puri/Prior/Purs is somehow connected to Martha so will keep looking.

Blessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Sunday 12 February 17 09:51 GMT (UK)  »
Hi everyone I managed to find another piece of the puzzle today ... after the Newbury 1841 cencus for Joseph and Martha Wade I find no more on them other than Their deaths in Ireland.  Jospeh was buried with their daighter Martha Priscilla Wade in the Arbor Hill Military prison.  Jospeh was a colour sergeant and prison guard.  Today I found Martha Priscilla's baptism which was in St Helier Isle of Jersey 1842 with Joseph and Martha Grubb Wade.  So I'm now confident that Martha Wade's maiden name was Grubb.  Joseph is listed as Jailer so I presume there was a prison there somewhere.

There was another Wade family on the island at the same time a writer by the name of Thomas Wade. I have no idea if there is any connection to Jospeh. 

Jospeh Wade remains a mystery as I haven't managed to find him on any other cencus apart from the 1841 Newbury one.

Thanks for the help.

Blessings
Deb Rennie

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Friday 10 February 17 01:54 GMT (UK)  »
I found this listed on a family tree for Elizabeth Grubb
13th May 1810
Berkshire BRO film MF 665

And something about an 1815 cencus  pound st
Newbury Berkshire

This tree has Martha Grubb listed as well to John and Mary Grubb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Friday 10 February 17 00:41 GMT (UK)  »
Also I've found a few trees with an Elizabeth Grubb born to John and Mary Grubb née Paradise and sister to Martha ... there is no record on them but she's listed so I think you may have solved the mystery!

Blessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Friday 10 February 17 00:35 GMT (UK)  »
Well that's interesting and certainly would make sense ... and I do believe that David on that 1851 cencus is him.  The four older children I found living with the Wades (1841 the boys) and the girls with Mary Grubb. 

I've been trying to make the connection as I figured David's wife had to be either a Grubb or a Paradise because Emma Eeles in later cencus is living with Ann Knight her cousin and her maiden name was paradise. 

Thanks so much I think you may be right I will go check it all out. 

I haven't found David or his wife as yet in 1841 wonder where they were? 

Thank you!
Blessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Tuesday 07 February 17 13:51 GMT (UK)  »
I think I just found the second marriage for David Eeles widower in St Marylebone to Ann Stamers widow in 1862 his father is George Eeles and a witness is Henry Grubb.  So he must have remaried after his first wife died if I could only figure out who she was?

Bkessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Tuesday 07 February 17 09:42 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you for the effort Stevie ... it's like getting to the end of a good book and the last page is missing :-) hopefuly something will turn up

Bkessings
Deb

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Berkshire Lookup Requests / Re: My Newbury/Berskshire family
« on: Tuesday 07 February 17 08:43 GMT (UK)  »
Oh thanks Stevie ... that is frustrating!  As it's probably one of the boys from that census and If we Knew who the mother was might answer a lot of questions.

I also think that maybe the Ellen Eeles from the 1841 cencus with Mary and John Grubb was an Eeles I think I found her again in 1851 as a pupil at a school.   There were further children with David Eeles in 1851 so I don't know if he was widowed more than once?

Blessings
Deb

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