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STANFIELD Birmingham
« on: Monday 08 May 06 09:56 BST (UK) »
Ann Maria STANFIELD f William m 1860 St Andrews Bordesley b (calculated from 1861 &1871 census) 1843 Birmingham can't find her or a William on 1851. Any ideas how I can find her birth place and parents please?
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Re: STANFIELD Birmingham
« Reply #1 on: Monday 08 May 06 10:02 BST (UK) »
Hi Trees,

I can't see them at once on census. Would you mind posting the 1861 details?

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Re: STANFIELD Birmingham
« Reply #2 on: Monday 08 May 06 10:46 BST (UK) »
She married Edward ELLARD
District / No.   Aston      No. 419
Marriage at   St Andrew's Church in the new Parish of St Andrew's Bordesley
in the County of   Warwick
When      2 July 1860

Name      Edward ELLARD   Ann Maria STANFIELD
Age      27      17
Condition      Bachelor      Spinster
Rank      Butcher      -
Residence   Bristol St.   -

Father      James ELLARD   William STANFIELD
Profession   Butcher      Caster

Married in the   Parish Church
according to   the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church   after banns

in the presence of   Thomas MILLWARD
(Witnesses)   Lydia MILLWARD

Source.      Birmingham Register Office.    16 Apr 93

1861 census
RG9/2120  fo96 p30   ed: Kings Norton, Kings Norton 12
p[t]: Kings Norton, c/mb: -, mw: -, pb: -, t:  -, h/t: -, EccD: Kings Norton
sch: 183 - -
Edward ELLARD   Head   Mar   28   Butcher   Warwick Willoughby
Ann M      Wife   Mar   18      Birmingham

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Re: STANFIELD Birmingham
« Reply #3 on: Monday 08 May 06 11:40 BST (UK) »
 :( I really can't see her. I was hoping to discover Lydia was Ann Maria's sister but she turns out to have been an Ellard before marriage. Strange enough, she looks like Edward's sister but their father is called Thomas (a butcher) on census returns  ???

Not given up hope yet. I'll continue searching.

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Re: STANFIELD Birmingham
« Reply #4 on: Monday 08 May 06 12:16 BST (UK) »
Checking the complete birth indexes, I can't find a birth for her in 1842, 1843 or 1844 either. These are the only ones I could see:

Ann Stanfield March 1843 - Manchester
Ann Stanfield Sep 1844 - Bolton

(Haven't checked alternative spelling however.)

Mystery  >:(
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Re: STANFIELD Birmingham
« Reply #5 on: Monday 08 May 06 12:31 BST (UK) »
Hi Tati It is good of you to help In 1841 there are 2 Edward ELLARDs in Willoughby S of Thomas the butcher and s of his brother William no James Family search also has Thomas having Lydia and Edward bap same day 29 June 1837 2 other ch Elizabeth 1827 & Thomas 1830 FSearch C040641
I think he is definately Thomas son not the mysterious James! Hope so I've gone a good way back on Thomas and wife!!
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