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Norfolk / Death date/place: Maria Harman of Albion Rd, Yarmouth Completed
« on: Monday 19 July 21 13:18 BST (UK)  »
Maria Good(s)win bap. December 15th 1822 Norwich, St John de Sepulchre
Lived in Yarmouth, beatster.
Married John William Livin(g) 1852       Widowed 28.5.1860 

Ran a lodging house at nos  42/54/56 Albion Rd. Married boarder Charles Barlow Harman 1861; widowed 1876 (suicide of CBH)
Daughter Maryan/Mary Ann Elizabeth (Blackburn of Camberwell) remarried: Gosling
Daughter Hannah Maria Stone died in 1900; Maria and granddaughter Ada Stone are in 1901 census. Ada married in 1904 in London.

I was hoping Maria might be buried in Yarmouth near her daughter or husband. I haven't found a 2nd Christian name anywhere. I did find a death for 'Marianne', in Forehoe.

One Name Studies: N to S / Re: Peveril(l) Scarborough area
« on: Saturday 15 May 21 09:36 BST (UK)  »
Many thanks for this! I had the baptism date for Ann/Nancy but nothing else. They seem to be separate people. The 2 names came from 1896 notes by grandson Peveril Turnbull; several children had 'Peveril' in their names. There's even one in Natal!

One Name Studies: N to S / Peveril(l) Scarborough area
« on: Friday 14 May 21 17:39 BST (UK)  »
Looking for information on Ann (Nancy?) Peveril, wife of John Watson, of Highland Hall, Scalby. She's in the 1841 1851 census, living in Hackness with her daughter (Mary Watson) and son-in-law (Robert Turnbull 1812-91),aged 60, then 73, 'Independent'.

One Name Studies: N to S / Re: RAYSON families, All locations, All Dates
« on: Friday 14 May 21 17:32 BST (UK)  »
Elizabeth Turnbull b c 1800 of Knaresborough married John Rayson. She died 1832 'at sea' in Somerset, returning from Turkey.I think the spelling is Raison in some docs.

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Wharfedale Mother and daughter Jardine deaths 1884
« on: Saturday 20 March 21 18:58 GMT (UK)  »
Many thanks Maureen and Arthur.

I had assumed 'December' having looked on free BMD and GRO; hadn't found the dates elsewhere.
I do find certs rather depressing but may order some more.

I'm glad to have a location for these people and the teaching detail as the photos had a Liverpool label.
To find (from someone in Utah!) that Ann (Hope) Jardine was my gt-grandfather's sister was very helpful, too.

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Wharfedale Mother and daughter Jardine deaths 1884
« on: Saturday 20 March 21 11:36 GMT (UK)  »
Adding photo of David Jardine, cousin of Thomas C Hope, son of John Hope of Bradford, uncle of Robert Hope, Ann Jardine's nephew.

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Wharfedale Mother and daughter Jardine deaths 1884
« on: Saturday 20 March 21 11:32 GMT (UK)  »
Adding photo

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Wharfedale Mother and daughter Jardine deaths 1884
« on: Saturday 20 March 21 11:31 GMT (UK)  »
Does anyone know of Ann Jardine née Hope, b. Dumfriesshire 1803 and/or Jane Jardine, b. Knaresborough c 1840,who both died in Wharfedale,in December 1884?

Husband/father David Jardine b Dumfriesshire c 1797,General Merchant
Son/brother David Jardine b. Knaresborough 1842 became an architect in Devon.

Australia / Re: Australia/Van Diemen's Land: Mrs Wardley 1880s
« on: Monday 08 March 21 08:44 GMT (UK)  »
Cup of Life, Judb and Sparrett, many thanks for all your findings: very interesting and intriguing.

I thought the 17 years' suffering sounded medical...(which would make a long sea voyage 'inadvisable'.) Wonder what happened to the £10? At least the Scalby school children had copies of Pilgrim's Progress!

The letter from Robert Turnbull to his niece (Robert Hope's sister) was 1887, before the Golden Wedding; I made a mistake typing the date.

Robert Hope's letter from Melbourne (to his sister) was August 1864.

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