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Re: Tiggi's Scavenger Hunt...Everyone Welcome To Join In.
« Reply #288 on: Wednesday 28 October 20 20:21 GMT (UK) »
Also here:-

"Nov 25th, Charlbury, Oxfordshire marriage of his daughter Mary Smith to Jubal Ancorn. Wisdom Smith
referred to as “Wisdom Smith, labourer” and witnesses were Sidney and Prudence Smith, AS YET
UNIDENTIFIED"
 
http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~kjn1961/genealogy/SMITH%2009%20Wisdom%20Smith%20and%20descendants.pdf
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Re: Tiggi's Scavenger Hunt...Everyone Welcome To Join In.
« Reply #289 on: Wednesday 28 October 20 20:25 GMT (UK) »
But why (open question) do the Smiths take up the Ancorn - Ancona name please, does anybody know?

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« Reply #290 on: Thursday 29 October 20 08:32 GMT (UK) »
This Albina may be the same as the Albina Richard writes about below

 Friday 22 January 1875
  Western Daily Press
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Nelson Talbot and Albina Smith, said to be gipsies, were charged with fighting at St. George's, on Sunday afternoon. Talbot did not appear.  defendants were fighting at about three o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and a crowd of 300 or so people were watching the men, who were stripped for the fight. Smith was bound over to keep the peace for six months, and a warrant was issued for the apprehension of Talbot


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« Reply #2 on: Friday 20 March 15 11:47 GMT (UK) »
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Update on this I think Tubal Ancora Smith is actually Jubal Smith, born 1814 in Wiltshire son of Johnny Ancorn Smith and Agrippina Smith:

Jubal Smith, son of Gripy Smith, baptised at Wroughton, Wiltshire 13th July 1814

1861 Bristol, Gloucestershire
Jubal Smith, 47, Hawker, born Wranton, Wiltshire
Mary Smith, 43, wife, born Fredenton, Warwickshire
Abina Smith, 12, son born Sodmarton, Oxfordshire
Alfred Smith, 18, son born Shipton, Oxfordshire
Hannah Smith,14, dau, born High Littleton, Somerset
Jesse Smith, 2, son, Broadway, Staffordshire
Sophia Smith, 7, daugh, Netherton, Staffordshire

22 August 1883: Marion Jane Smith, wife of Jubal Smith, grinder, no home, Charged with being drunk  at Warwickshire.





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Re: Tiggi's Scavenger Hunt...Everyone Welcome To Join In.
« Reply #287 on: Yesterday at 20:18 »
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Thanks

Serhal Ancona is Jubal Ancona.

Jubal Ancona is Jubal Smith, son of Gripy Smith, baptised at Wroughton, Wiltshire 13th July 1814.

https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=716110.msg5598232#msg5598232


so from what you Sue and Richard have found these are the same people

1851*Civil Parish: Redditch:County: Worcestershire 

Tent no 3
Serhal?Isirah? Ancona 30  b Marlborough, Wiltshire mat/maker
Mary Ancona 33  bHepston, Worcestershire
Albina Ancona 4  b Sodmaston, Oxfordshire
Alfred Ancona 9  Fieldton, Oxfordshire
Isarah Ancona 1 
Sebana (Isirah?)Ancona 7  b Littleton, Somerset


Salton LaneTent 3
Serhal Ancona 30 b 1821 Marlborough Wiltshire                                                 
Mary Ancona 33 b 1818 Hepston Worcestershire       
Alfred Ancona 9 b 1842 Fieldton Oxfordshire
Sebana Ancona 7 b 1844 Littleton Somerset
Albina Ancona 4 b 1847 Sodmaston Oxfordshire
Isarah Ancona 1 b1850 Bertham Warwickshire

1861 Bristol, Gloucestershire
Jubal Smith, 47, Hawker, born Wranton, Wiltshire
Mary Smith, 43, wife, born Fredenton, Warwickshire
Abina Smith, 12, son born Sodmarton, Oxfordshire
Alfred Smith, 18, son born Shipton, Oxfordshire
Hannah Smith,14, dau, born High Littleton, Somerset
Jesse Smith, 2, son, Broadway, Staffordshire
Sophia Smith, 7, daugh, Netherton, Staffordshire


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Re: Tiggi's Scavenger Hunt...Everyone Welcome To Join In.
« Reply #291 on: Thursday 29 October 20 13:40 GMT (UK) »
I was reading this below that said Johny Ancorn Smith was the oldest yet so i looked for a John Ancorn early 1800s it may not be what you are looking for, i try and see everything i find this way helps in the long run
Re: Aaron Smith (b.1834-8 Circa, Berkshire - d. 1923 Surrey)
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Update on this I think Tubal Ancora Smith is actually Jubal Smith, born 1814 in Wiltshire son of Johnny Ancorn Smith and Agrippina Smith:


20 July 1811
  Oxford Journal
   Oxfordshire
 

ABSCONDED, JOHN ANCORN, supposed to be a native of Oxfordshire, aged  about Fifty Years, about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, Rather a thin  flat cheek, sallow complexion, stoops, and walks generally slow and awkward ; when he went away he had on a blue coat and leather  breeches, is a labourer, and has every appearance of it. About twelve or thirteen years ago the said John Ancorn left a wife and large family chargeable to the parish of Aston Cantlow, Warwickshire, and was not  apprehended till about  two years since, when he was found at or near Oxford, since which time he has  buried his wife and remained with his children till Jantuary last, when he left them chargeable to the said parish of Aston Cantlow- the Overseers of which will pay a reward of FIVE GUINEAS, and all reasonable expenses to any person who shall apprehend the said John  Ancorn and give information thereof to Mr. Gibbs, Black- ford Mill, near Henley in Arden.




 
 


 
 

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Re: Tiggi's Scavenger Hunt...Everyone Welcome To Join In.
« Reply #292 on: Thursday 19 November 20 18:49 GMT (UK) »
Jubal, thanks yes, he's on the 1851 census for Redditch, West Bromwich.

Am also wondering if the Ancona, Ancon name is not also Anchor? I actually have a distant cousin who has the Ankers name in their tree, married to the Carter surname.

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ANCHOR 1785-1880 Bedfordshire, Sussex. (See Robert Dawson ARITF)
ANCONA ( Eng, Census 1851)

The Traveller – Tinker – Gypsy Surname Index of Great Britain Updated 8/03/2010
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