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Offline Alex Walker

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GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« on: Sunday 02 July 06 14:58 BST (UK) »
Hi

I wonder if anyone could check the Hellingly or Rudgwick PR for a marriage between a John Goldsmith and a Ruth ?? between I'd say 1835 and 1841 as I am trying to find Ruth's maiden name?  Nothing is coming up on the IGI or BMD records.  The 1851 Census shows the following (which is why I ask for Hellingly or Rudgwick) :-

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Walter is my gg grandfather.

I'd also be grateful for a check of the birth records for Hellingly for John's birth c1819 in case his first name wasn't John?

Thanks for any help

Alex


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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 02 July 06 15:40 BST (UK) »
Hi Alex,

I couldn't find a Goldsmith marriage to a Ruth in the Sussex Marriage Index (pre Sept 1837), but they were in Hellingly in 1841.  So it seems likely they married between September 1837 and June 1841.  Walter was 1 in June 1841:

HO107/1114/11 Schedule 13 Page 18
In the brick kiln area, Hellingly

John Goldsmith, 23, Brick Maker
Ruth do, 22
Walter do, 1

All born in Sussex

This couple were living nearby (Schedule 13 Page 17):

George Goldsmith, 36, Brick Maker
Louisa do, 33

Both born in Sussex

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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 02 July 06 16:18 BST (UK) »
Thanks for the info, of course they may not have married at all, not the first time in my lot!

Thanks for the lookup

Alex
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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #3 on: Sunday 02 July 06 19:35 BST (UK) »
Hi Alex,
From the Rudgwick pr's (I checked 1816-1822) there are two Ruth's baptised
1.  Ruth d/o Thomas & Ann HOAD, farmer.  7/4/1816
2.  Ruth d/o Richard & Sophia REEVES, miller.  22/8/1818

I checked the index to match up a marriage between Reeves or Hoad to Goldsmith, Q3 & Q4 1837, all quarters 1838, 1839 & 1840 but without any luck  :(  You can check yourself here.

http://www.ancestry.co.uk/search/rectype/vital/freebmd/bmd.aspx

jane
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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 02 July 06 20:39 BST (UK) »
Thanks Jane, I'll do some digging around those names as well, it's all a bit of a mystery!

Cheers

Alex
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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #5 on: Monday 03 July 06 11:27 BST (UK) »
Hi,

There is this birth if you wanted to get the cert. to find Ruth's maiden name,

Walter GOLDSMITH  Jun Q  1840  Hailsham  v.7  p.307

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Daisy



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Re: GOLDSMITH - Hellingly/Rudgwick PR
« Reply #6 on: Monday 03 July 06 20:21 BST (UK) »
Many thanks, I'll give it a go

Cheers

Alex
Kent - Aldington, Bredhurst, Chatham, Gillingham, Hollingbourne, Lynsted, Newington, Rainham, Ramsgate, Smeeth, Snodland, Stockbury, Teynham, Upchurch<br />Surrey - Croydon<br />Sussex - Hellingly, Limspfield<br />Names - Chambers, Flynn, Giblett, Hart, Hodgman, Goldsmith, Lacy, Tucker, Hales, Callaway, Hubbard, Mudge, Wills, Barnden

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