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Vernon's of Little Budworth
« on: Wednesday 16 February 11 18:03 GMT (UK) »
I would be grateful for any thoughts anyone has on the Vernons which is not an uncommon name in Cheshire.
My relative Joseph Vernon bn1821 Little Budworth to Joseph and Mary Vernon. He seems to be their first child. Siblings Sarah 1825, Ann 1827, Martha 1830 & Abraham 1833 all baptized Little Bud and on every census entry for all birthplace is Little Bud. So i thought I would look for marriage of Joseph & Mary in Little Bud- Not there. Banns are missing around this date.
Bertram Merrell has a marriage though for Joseph Vernon and Mary Towers in Great Budworth in February 1821 banns for this marriage say both are of Great Budworth parish. Do you think I am safe to assume that these are my relatives and for some reason decided to marry in Great Budworth which I know is not right next door to Little Budworth

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 16 February 11 19:19 GMT (UK) »
Dear Lynnv,

One of my OH's relatives married into the Vernon family and they were from Little Budworth.
As far as I recall the family tree goes back to 1824 with the birth of John Vernon of Little Budworth.
Have you had a look at the Beta site of Family Search Org. which lists the Lancashire, Cheshire and Yorkshire Parish Registers.
If I can help please let me know.

Bill

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 16 February 11 20:08 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Bill I have been on the Beta site but found nothing more than I already knew from records office. Quite a few Vernons in Little Budworth I'm sure we will be related further back. I'm just puzzled as to why Mary & Joseph would have married in Great  Budworth. Wish the banns for Little Budworth for that period hadn't gone missing/been destroyed. Regards Lynn

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 16 February 11 20:16 GMT (UK) »
Actually Bill could be closer than I thought. I think your John Vernon may have been maried to Elizabeth Cawley whilst my Joseph Vernon married Sarah Cawley . Needs more investigation


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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 16 February 11 21:19 GMT (UK) »
Just looking at my paperwork,  John Vernon married an Elizabeth(?) and this info. came from the 1861 census.   The children were:   George (1846), Robert (1848), Joseph (1849) Samuel (1850) Clara (1857 and Enoch (1854).  The family that is of interest to my wifes relastion follows the line of Samuel (Little Budworth) who married a lady called Ann (from Tiverton, Cheshire).

Hope it it of some use.   

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 16 February 11 21:47 GMT (UK) »
Bill Looks like your Elizabeth and my Sarah Cawley were sisters both born to Joseph and Elizabeth Cawley (elizabeth bn1822 and Sarah 1825) I don't think Joseph and John were brothers but am looking for the link there. Keep you informed Lynn

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 17 February 11 15:27 GMT (UK) »
Dear lynnv,
Tks for your message.   Will put my toe back into the pond on this part of my OHs family tree.  Will keep you advised of any developments!

Bill

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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #7 on: Friday 18 February 11 10:17 GMT (UK) »
Just looking at my paperwork,  John Vernon married an Elizabeth(?) and this info. came from the 1861 census.   The children were:   George (1846), Robert (1848), Joseph (1849) Samuel (1850) Clara (1857 and Enoch (1854).  The family that is of interest to my wifes relastion follows the line of Samuel (Little Budworth) who married a lady called Ann (from Tiverton, Cheshire).

Hope it it of some use.   
the marriages are on
www.cheshirebmd.org.uk
1845 at St Peter , Delamare  , Cheshire West   123/1/42    Elizabeth Cawley to John Vernon
1845 at St Peter , Little Budworth , Cheshire West 132/1/16 Sarah Cawley to Joseph Vernon
so I find it a little strange that 2 sisters would marry the same year in 2 different churches ???....I think the Delamere marriage needs investigating to see if Elizabeth is the sister of Sarah.....
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Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« Reply #8 on: Friday 18 February 11 17:33 GMT (UK) »
I thought you might like this postcard of Little Budworth - a little later than your Vernon residence.  I do have others if you would like more.  I lived in Little Budworth for a number of years, my grandfather and father ran the local Post Office from 1932ish until 1975ish.

I also have the MIs for St Peter, but they are on fiche.  I'll have to see if the local library or archives will let me use their fiche reader.

BumbleB

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