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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #18 on: Saturday 18 February 12 19:02 GMT (UK) »
George CULL's daughter Mary J age 5 (1876) Gloucester from 1881 census

Could this be her?

Did George have a sister named Pamela?

1891   RG12; Piece: 1901; Folio: 128; Page: 4
Charles Kynastone 60 Sparksford Grocer
Pamelar 57 Dauntsey
Mary J SCULL Niece 15 Gloucester

1901 RG13; Piece: 2303; Folio: 121; Page: 5.
Mary J SCULL 25 Farmington Glouc. still with Charles & Pamila

Looks as if Pamela married twice

Charles Kynaston married Wincanton 1868 Pamela Knighton 

John Knighton married Dec 1853 Cricklade Pamela SCULL


1861
RG9; Piece: 1273; Folio: 103; Page: 17
John Knighton 26 Pamela 28

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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #19 on: Thursday 10 May 12 20:03 BST (UK) »
Hi, Just been reading your messages as I'm looking for George Cull (or Skull or Scull and also was originally Barnabas Skull, married to Harriet Skull). My great grandmother was Mary Jane Skull but was shown on 1881 census as Cull due to a mis translation by the census enumerator.

Her father, Barnabas, appears to have changed his name to George in the 1871 census, possibly his middle name?, his father died that year and he was called George too. What I'm struggling to find was is Barnabas/George's death and wondered if you have come across it. He is last known living in Swindon with a family called Baxter on the 1891 census, aged 50 and then I can't find him any more.

Incidentally, my great gran thought her name was Cole when she got married to my great grandfather, Henry Sadler. She needed her birth certificate and couldn't find it under Cole and apparently said "Oh, I might be called Scull). Her brothers all called themselves Cole I think (Frederick being one of them). Dauntsey was full of Skulls/Sculls and many of them called their first sons the same name, i.e. George, William etc.  Very confusing to trace the right one!

Harriet died just after giving birth to my great grandmother which is why Mary Jane was farmed off  out to an aunt in Sparkford.

Any help on locating George's death gratefully received.

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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #20 on: Thursday 10 May 12 20:34 BST (UK) »
How about

George Cole
Birth Year approx 1838
Date of Registration Jan-Mar 1894
Age at Death 56
Registration district  Highworth [ie includes swindon]
Volume 5a, page 1

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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #21 on: Thursday 23 March 17 10:11 GMT (UK) »
His date of birth was 5th Oct 1860.
I have him in a family bible which shows Frederick George and Fanny Maria plus thier children.
Also listed are Hubert Charles page and his wife Mary Christina.



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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #22 on: Friday 24 March 17 07:02 GMT (UK) »
Hi really interested to know your links to Frederick Cole where he was born and his parents names....been trying to get birth cert for years. What side of the family is the family bible from?
Thank you

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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #23 on: Friday 24 March 17 07:17 GMT (UK) »
Sadly I can't really tell you much. The bible has names of Frederick George Cole, Fanny Maria, thier children and then a couple named Page born around 1915.
Had it for years and just thought I would try and work out how they are connected and a bit more about them.

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Re: Frederick George Cole
« Reply #24 on: Friday 24 March 17 08:40 GMT (UK) »
totally fascinated- where did you get the bible from- Fred is my husbands great grandfather and the family- Cole and Peapell- lived in and around Swindon. Fred died in early 1900's coming back from Boer War but we have quite a lot of history for all the other linked families but Fred was always the stumbling block