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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 27 July 13 18:56 BST (UK) »
What age is shown for her on the 1925 cert and what was Edward's occupation

Who were the witnesses
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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 31 July 13 16:39 BST (UK) »
hi there, I have p.m you but will just list these so all can view if necessary or of use.

matilda Anderson 24yrs, father Edward Anderson to Walter bibby 25 yrs, father Walter bibby 1st July 1925 at eastwood church, witnessed by Sidney bibby & Harriet smith
possibly matilda brother Edward Anderson 24yrs, father Edward Anderson married to Louie Livermore, father joseph Livermore 29/12/1919 again at eastwood church witnessed by William and Celia Devonshire (nee Webb/bibby)
and a  Kate Anderson 25 yrs, father Edward Anderson, married to Levi draper 25 yrs father Ambrose draper 21/06/1920, same church witnessed by Edward Anderson & Louisa loveridge
Frederick Anderson, 22yrs father Edward Anderson to lenda (Linda) Buckley 20 yrs,father john buckley02/08/1926.
there is a Sarah Livermore death 06/05/1912 aged 74yrs. Edward Anderson death 14/03/1996 79yrs. Esther Anderson 28/05/1970 54yrs & joseph Anderson 13/12/197? 62 years, same grave. Stephen Livermore 18/11/1975 74yrs & Sarah Livermore 25/11/1986 85 yrs. Sarah Livermore 19/12/1947 56? years I think it reads, lenda Anderson 18/03/1937 30yrs of the "bungalow" woodcutters ave. Edwards Anderson 24/03/1959 68yrs, Louie Anderson 14/07/1972 74yrs, same grave.
hope this helps :)
at least if you are searching a census form it will show you the names of the siblings, father/mother if alive and if they match the above names then maybe you will know if your on the right path :) kushti bok.
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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 31 July 13 16:46 BST (UK) »
this thread might help also
eastwood church, eastwood essex (on the roots chat sight) :)
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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 31 July 13 18:06 BST (UK) »
oh and this thread as well :D
Re: BIBBY - TRAVELLERS - WALTHAMSTOW/ESSEX. 1850-1900'S
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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #13 on: Friday 14 March 14 01:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
     Edward (Ted) Anderson is buried with Sarah Livermore at Eastwood Church.
The headstone says 'Family of Edward Pearce'. Anderson was a name he used and and past to his children. This is what i have been told by Uncle and hope it might be of help.

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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #14 on: Sunday 16 March 14 19:25 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rodders 1881,
I haven't been on this site for a while as I had almost given up hope of finding anymore information, so I was delighted to see your reply. I have been to the cemetery and I saw the grave for Sarah Livermore in a Pearce plot. However I had no idea that Edward Anderson had changed his name from Pearce. There was no mention, on the headstone, of Edward Anderson being in the same grave. I have heard that they were not married and wonder if you have any information on that and also any information on any of their parents. Thanks again for your help.

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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 18 March 14 00:36 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rintey,
            As far as i know they were not married, nor was Sarah married before.
I have her parents as Sarah Ann (1838-1912) and Herbert Livermore (1836-) courtesy of Ancestry site. Family names were not always changed officially which can make paper trails very difficult now, and different names used as they moved areas.
 I have Sarah Ann Livermore listed at The Bohemian Est at time of death.
I hope you find this of help.

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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #16 on: Friday 09 May 14 19:58 BST (UK) »
hi all, thought this might interest people who are searching for  ancestors living in or stopping at, Eastwood Essex
see this link on ROOTS - YEARLY MEETING OF Eastwood Essex (BOHEMIA ESTATES)
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Re: Grandmother- Anderson/Bibby
« Reply #17 on: Friday 17 June 16 13:01 BST (UK) »

I have her parents as Sarah Ann (1838-1912) and Herbert Livermore (1836-) courtesy of Ancestry site. Family names were not always changed officially which can make paper trails very difficult now, and different names used as they moved areas.
 

Dubious about that parentage

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