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Re: Look up - Baptism - Portsea
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 11 November 14 21:11 GMT (UK) »
Hi Rosie, if your 1854 Freebmd is correct, ( still not sure as no confirmation) then the couple were married at St James the Less, Thorndike Street, Grooms father Henry occ Licensed Victualler Brides Father Martin occ Builder

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Re: Look up - Baptism - Portsea
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 11 November 14 21:33 GMT (UK) »
Thank you Keyboard, that is interesting   :)

It looks to me as though they are probably the same family.  None of the children appear to have been baptised but both marriages are C of E.   
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« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 05 December 18 20:03 GMT (UK) »
I finally found Christening records for the elder sisters of George, they were both born in London.  Both were Catholic.  So I think itís safe to assume that the children from the 1st marriage were all Catholic.  Even though Iíve not found the record for George. 



Dent (Yorkshire, Wiltshire)  Price (Shropshire, Wiltshre) Clifford (Wiltshire), Trueman (Wiltshire) Tutton (IofW, Essex), Hanson (Sussex, Wiltshire, Essex), Gladwin (Essex), Lodge (Oxfordshire, Yorkshire), Gifford (Gloucestershire), Fry (Essex) Batty(e) (Yorkshire) Botwright (Sufolk, Essex)

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Re: Look up - Baptism - Portsea
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 06 December 18 22:32 GMT (UK) »
Hi,

I've found three Catholic baptisms in Portsmouth, including one for George  :)

St John's Cathedral, Portsmouth
Dedication:    St John the Evangelist
Denomination:  Roman Catholic


Helena Eleanor Elizabeth HANSON
Birth:  01 Aug 1858
Baptism:  25 Apr 1859
Helena Elizabetha HANSON
Daughter of  Georgii Henrici & Helena HANSOM
mmn:  DUNBAR
Patrinus fuit:  Henricus RILEY
Matrinus fuit:  Elizabetha O'CONNOR


Mary Jane HANSON
Born:  26 Nov 1860
Baptised:   19 Dec 1860
Maria Joanna HANSOM
Daughter of  Georgii Henrici & Eleanor HANSOM
mmn:  DUNBAR
Patrinus fuit:  Joannes ROWE
Matrinus fuit:  Maria ROWE


George Henry HANSON
Birth:  02 Dec 1862
Baptism:  28 Jan 1863
Georgius Henricus HANSOM
Son of  Georgii Henrici & Ellenae HANSOM
mmn:  DUNBAR
Patrinus fuit:  Michael SHERIDAN
Matrinus fuit:  Sarah Ann WALL


Looking at the images, the difference in spelling seems to be HANSON in the margin first column then HANSOM in the main body of writing.


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Daisy
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« Reply #13 on: Friday 07 December 18 07:51 GMT (UK) »
Hi Daisy

Thank you very much for this information it confirms everything.

George Henry Senior has been confounding us for years.  Heís missing from early census, cannot get the name and profession of his father the same on wedding certificates and from 1861 to his death changes age on each census.

It would appear that I now have another wedding to look for somewhere in the London area in a Catholic Church, I already have the other wedding certificates.  Although knowing him heís probably travelled of somewhere else for that.

So anyway thanks again for the information.

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