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Re: graves family
« Reply #45 on: Sunday 17 May 09 18:19 BST (UK) »
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Yes, I suppose the body could have been taken back- but the headstones I have numbered 1-3 all begin "In Loving Memory Of"- ( and 4- IMO)so just possible that one or more are just memorials, and are buried elsewhere. anyone got a burial register transcript??

Burial for Charles in the NBI  22 Sept 1897

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My Maternal line are all from Lincolnshire - First Generations include:
Arliss, Armstrong, Baker, Borman, Cartwright, Clark, Dixon, Duckering, Everington, Forman, Freshney, Gadsby, Graves, Hatcliffe, Holmes, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Lacey, Leverton, Lilley, Morton, Oades, Pacey, Priestley, Rickett, Riggall, Rowson, Shaw, Sleaford, Sleight, Smith, Spikin, Taylor, Thacker, Ticklepenny, Tomkins, Tyler, Walton, Ward, Willson, Wood and Wortley.

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Re: graves family
« Reply #46 on: Sunday 17 May 09 18:24 BST (UK) »
Brilliant Jacky  -thank-you.
This is an interesting family I think ( I'm biased) but they seem to have spread wide and far.
WRY- Thompson,Cowburn,Walker, Glossop,
London- Chesney/Chesnut
all areas- Tuxworth
Lincs/ Notts- Graves, White, Wilson,Pedge,Tuxford, Bonner
Devon- Dean, Crode (also NFL) Coode, Tucker, Miles ( origin Hampshire)
Beds/Herts/ Northants- Newberry, Shepherd, Norton, Blackabey
Kent- Munn, Moore

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Re: graves family
« Reply #47 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 09:48 BST (UK) »
I haven't found them on a census yet! Although on another site I was chatting to someone else who has been searching for Graves but not the same as mine and they found spelling was sometimes greaves - just to throw a spanner in the works!
I am going on the marriage cert for the age he was 30yrs at time of marriage on the 16th of May 1883 - Roberts occupation was Farm Laborour from what I can tell and his father John Graves who was deceased at the time of marriage was a Coal Dealer.
I hope this helps?? I'll keep searching too and keep you posted on my progress. Thanks heaps for all your help.
Kara
Hello Kara, this is my family in the Barton upon Humber Area who changed their name from Graves to Greaves in the early 20th century . This is due to an earlier find of an old Birth certificate where a genuine mistake had been made and my great great granny adopted it as she thought it sounded better anyway !
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Re: graves family
« Reply #48 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 10:38 BST (UK) »
Robert could be Robert Graves born Bassingham abt.1849,his father was John born Bassingham abt.1812on the 1881 census is down as a coal dealer,i have Robert marrying an Annie Beaumont in 1883 with three children,Joseph abt.1893,Sidney 1900 and Eliza abt.1905,i can`t find Robert and family on census either,neither under Graves or Greaves


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Re: graves family
« Reply #49 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 13:31 BST (UK) »
Robert could be Robert Graves born Bassingham abt.1849,his father was John born Bassingham abt.1812on the 1881 census is down as a coal dealer,i have Robert marrying an Annie Beaumont in 1883 with three children,Joseph abt.1893,Sidney 1900 and Eliza abt.1905,i can`t find Robert and family on census either,neither under Graves or Greaves

I have that Robert as marrying Annie Oldham in 1883
Children George, John, Henry born Bassingham and David, Joseph, Cecil and Sidney born in Fenton,
Annie Oldham b1859 at Carlton le Moorland dtr of David Oldham and Mary

Robert, Annie and family at Fenton 1891 and 1901 - indexed Greaves and at Church Farm, Lambley, Nottinghamshire in 1901 - back to Graves again and Elizabeth Graves born circa 1905 in Farnfield, Nottinghamshire is listed as a visitor.

The couple are reported to have had eight children of which 7 were living.

This Robert was son of John and Millecent nee Proctor and John son of Robert Graves and Elizabeth nee Baker

Jacky
My Maternal line are all from Lincolnshire - First Generations include:
Arliss, Armstrong, Baker, Borman, Cartwright, Clark, Dixon, Duckering, Everington, Forman, Freshney, Gadsby, Graves, Hatcliffe, Holmes, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Lacey, Leverton, Lilley, Morton, Oades, Pacey, Priestley, Rickett, Riggall, Rowson, Shaw, Sleaford, Sleight, Smith, Spikin, Taylor, Thacker, Ticklepenny, Tomkins, Tyler, Walton, Ward, Willson, Wood and Wortley.

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Re: graves family
« Reply #50 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 13:36 BST (UK) »
Re Above

David Oldm married Mary Ann Brown 1855 Newark District

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My Maternal line are all from Lincolnshire - First Generations include:
Arliss, Armstrong, Baker, Borman, Cartwright, Clark, Dixon, Duckering, Everington, Forman, Freshney, Gadsby, Graves, Hatcliffe, Holmes, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Lacey, Leverton, Lilley, Morton, Oades, Pacey, Priestley, Rickett, Riggall, Rowson, Shaw, Sleaford, Sleight, Smith, Spikin, Taylor, Thacker, Ticklepenny, Tomkins, Tyler, Walton, Ward, Willson, Wood and Wortley.

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Re: graves family
« Reply #51 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 18:01 BST (UK) »
Jacky,have you come across Rebecca Carrington bapt.at Metheringham on 6 Jan.1828,mother Elizabeth,i think she might be sister of my 3 x great grand mother Elizabeth.I found a marriage for Rebecca Carrington at Metheringham,to William Stow on 4 April 1854,i found him on 1841 census at Metheringham,gives birth place as Lincs,he has several children,but i can`t find Rebecca on 1841 or 1851 census prior to marriage and the only Rebecca Stow i can find,was born in Yorks.

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« Reply #52 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 18:17 BST (UK) »
Try looking for Rebecca SHARP(E) ... Elizabeth CARRINGTON married James SHARPE at Meg, 12 April 1831.
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« Reply #53 on: Wednesday 20 May 09 20:02 BST (UK) »
Jacky,have you come across Rebecca Carrington bapt.at Metheringham on 6 Jan.1828,mother Elizabeth,i think she might be sister of my 3 x great grand mother Elizabeth.I found a marriage for Rebecca Carrington at Metheringham,to William Stow on 4 April 1854,i found him on 1841 census at Metheringham,gives birth place as Lincs,he has several children,but i can`t find Rebecca on 1841 or 1851 census prior to marriage and the only Rebecca Stow i can find,was born in Yorks.

In the marriage record Rebecca is shown as illigit. She was baptised as you say at Metheringham, dtr of Elizabeth.

An Elizabeth Carrington married a James Sharpe at Metheringham 12 Sep 1831 and their children are on the IGI

In 1841 the couple are living in Metheringham with their children also with them is a dtr Rebecca "Sharpe" of the right age.

Rebecca is not with them in 1851 and a search for Reb* born at Metheringham does not find her. Elizabeth Sharpe nee Carrington is still in Metheringham with her family - she is recorded as born circa 1801 at Holland Fen.

This Elizabeth could be the dtr of Henry Carrington and Dorothy nee Gillion who bizarrely seems to have been baptised twice - once in Kirton in Holland and once in Fosdyke on 9 June 1800 and 5 June 1800

Jacky
My Maternal line are all from Lincolnshire - First Generations include:
Arliss, Armstrong, Baker, Borman, Cartwright, Clark, Dixon, Duckering, Everington, Forman, Freshney, Gadsby, Graves, Hatcliffe, Holmes, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Lacey, Leverton, Lilley, Morton, Oades, Pacey, Priestley, Rickett, Riggall, Rowson, Shaw, Sleaford, Sleight, Smith, Spikin, Taylor, Thacker, Ticklepenny, Tomkins, Tyler, Walton, Ward, Willson, Wood and Wortley.