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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 17 November 09 16:14 GMT (UK) »
If I put just the parents names in the IGI Sylvia turns up, she was christened Eton, so it's not the same batch number.  So the IGI is giving 13 children now.

  There may have been o thers that never made it to the christening.  whew again.
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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 17 November 09 16:15 GMT (UK) »
The odd one is Kate, and as you say, she matches with Anne.   
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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 17 November 09 16:16 GMT (UK) »
She did and now 2 before marriage i wonder how meny more she had?

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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday 17 November 09 16:32 GMT (UK) »
 :D   I think she'd have a job fitting any more in!!!  Unless there are more twins that haven't showed up yet!
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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday 17 November 09 16:48 GMT (UK) »
1845   Charles and Frederick (twins) Sep Eton 6/347
1854   Alice and Ann (twins ) June Eton 3a/321
1857   Alfred and Ellen (twins) June Eton 3a/351
1868   Ernest and George (twins)
1870   Emily and Rose (twins)  Dec 1879 Eton 3a/431

So 2 sets of these twins are Sophia's may be 3 the only way to find out is sending for birth cer witch will cost a lot of money but i do have Alfreds it will have to wait till payday.

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Re: Is it really 4 sets of twins?
« Reply #23 on: Wednesday 25 November 09 01:21 GMT (UK) »
:D I think she'd have a job fitting any more in!!! Unless there are more twins that haven't showed up yet!


LOL my gt-granny had (at last count) 15 children - including 3 sets of male/female twins, all confirmed with birth certs & baptism registers (some are pre-registration)
1 set of twins are on the 1881 cancus as "David Twin" and "Charlotte twin" along with their surname!

I also have 3 'gaps' I suspect may have had pregnancies/births/deaths in possibly but not confirmed yet, I am still trying to work thru the registers.!

Gaille
Manchester Bate(s) / Bebbington / Coppock or Coppart / Evans / Mitchell / Prince / Smith

Cheshire Latchford Bibby / Savage / Smith.
Cheshire Macclesfield, Bollington & Rainow Childs / Flint / Mc'rea
Cheshire Crewe Bate(s) / Bebbington
Shropshire Wellington, Wobwell Smith
Walsall Midds Smith
Norfolk - Childs / Hanwell / Smith

Also looking for:
Mc'Rea/McCrea Ireland to Cheshire

And
any relatives of Margaret Bibby married to Thomas Smith all over country