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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 30 May 12 00:35 BST (UK) »
Thank you Milliepede for your efforts. We are aware of the baptisms of these 8 children. It was interesting that Janets first child Mary (to a different father), was excluded when 6 were baptised at one session.
We had also looked at the Charles Glossop transported to Van Diemens land (Tasmania) aboard the Marion, but the london county court records and Marion's records show he was born in London, was born about 1818 and was literate. My GGF was , we believe born in Isle of Wight about 1804 and only ever signed his name with an "X".
We had considered that our info was maybe incorrect, and that the Charles on the Marion was the right one, but there is more evidence to suggest the I of W Charles is the right one, and nothing to link the Marion Charles.

As to the Charles Jerrison transported, I simply have no idea. Maybe William Glossop and Elizabeth never married and Charles was their son, and William abandoned her. I guess Charles could have taken the Glossop name once he was in Australia.

As an obviously experienced family detective, could this make sense to you?

To date I have no info about Eliz.Jerrison and her life after Charles birth.
 Do you have any further info about this Charles Jerrison? ???
stay well and thanks again
keith

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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 30 May 12 03:51 BST (UK) »
Milliepede, you just may be a genius.
I have now found charles jerrison b 23/7/1809, christened 30/12/1809 in chesterfield derbyshire, mother elizabeth father william. Perhaps eliz and willam never married and eliz invented william jerrison??
Regardless, the next step is charles jerrison to australia aboard woodford (2) from portsmouth  2/5/1828 arriving 25/8/1828 in tasmania.
Next is a marriage between charles jerrison b. 1811 and rebecca jones b. 1813 at port sorell tasmania on nov 25th 1846.
Rebecca jones is mentioned elsewhere in our research as the 1st wife of charles glossop.

It is possible that after they married, charles went to Victoria, with or without rebecca, and adopted his father's name, glossop.
Our charles glossop married mary mahan (his 2nd wife) 8/7/1850, and is recorded as a widower. Other records indicate he and rebecca had 1 child, name unknown. Perhaps rebecca and child died in childbirth.
I know this is a lot of supposition, but it fits and it answers many many questions about the lack of records for charles glossop before 1850.

Unfortunately Tasmania does not have BDM online, so not sure where to go next.
thanks again
keith

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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 30 May 12 12:01 BST (UK) »
Thanks  ;D

Have sent you a message or two.

Plus there is a William Jerrison marriage to Elizabeth Glossop 22 Oct 1800 in Nottingham. 
Hinchliffe - Huddersfield Wiltshire
Burroughs - Arlingham Glos
Pick - Frocester Glos


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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 31 May 12 01:03 BST (UK) »
re william jerrison m. eliz glossop
there is another record on familysearch:
charles jerrison
chr.30/12/1809
chesterfield derbyshire
father william jerrison
mother elizabeth

I think his b. is 23/7/1809.

Can you send me details about the reverse lossop/jerrison marriage, or what site it's on.
My head is spinning, I dont know what to make of this.
keith

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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 31 May 12 10:39 BST (UK) »
Possible sibling.

Glossop 18 Apr 1813 Chesterfield.  Parents William and Elizabeth.  This one is on family search surname spelt Gerrison.  There are other possible siblings but have to be a bit careful as there are a couple with same parents names same place born before 1800 when our William and Elizabeth married.


Hinchliffe - Huddersfield Wiltshire
Burroughs - Arlingham Glos
Pick - Frocester Glos

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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 31 May 12 11:27 BST (UK) »
Hello....  :)

I don't want to give more information that is going to make your head spin even more, but this just might help in the future even if it is only to help confirm or eliminate families.

Marriage at Newark St Mary - 22nd Oct 1800
WILLIAM JERRISON & ELIZ GLOSSOP
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According to Phillimore marriage index....

William Jerrison, of Chesterfield, co of Derby & Eliz Glossop. Lic.

I have looked for a marriage license via http://mss-cat.nottingham.ac.uk/DServe/dserve.exe?dsqApp=Archive&dsqDb=Persons&dsqCmd=Search.tcl
and my copy of Nottinghamshire Marriage licenses 1701 - 1853, but I can't see one.
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Only one baptism showing for this couple....

Baptism - NEWARK St Mary Magdalene - 14th May 1802
Jeremiah JERRISON - parents Wm & Eliz Jerrison


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Re: glossop and jerrison families
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 19 January 21 05:32 GMT (UK) »
 Hi Everyone,
I have restarted the family trace. If anyone else has updates, please let me know. I may have advanced a little and am willing to email the family tree as it looks to me.
regards
keith glossop
Australia