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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #9 on: Monday 02 February 15 19:47 GMT (UK) »
I have been doing a bit more investigating. The Tuckwoods appear to be a problematic bunch. There is a variety of information available on-line. If it were me, I would want to verify both the data and the logic behind the various published lines.

Are you trying to establish who Eliza Widdowson married, or are you trying to track WIlliam Tuckwood bapt Nottingham St Mary 1812? I think Wendy and I have independently concluded these are 2 different people.

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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #10 on: Monday 02 February 15 22:01 GMT (UK) »
Thanks alot all. What I know.
William Tuckwood  married Elizabeth Granger  24 November 1803. Notts St Marys
Children;Charles      1804 (bap 26 November 1810)
             William      1806 (bap 16 November  1812)
             Charlotte   1808 (bap 7 June 1808)
             Eliza          1810 (bap 26 November 1810)
             James        1811 (bap 26 November 1810)
             John          1814 (bap 14 October   1814)
             George       1817 bap 17 November 1822)  My Grt Grt G'father
All the children were baptised at Notts St Marys.Indexes show William's parents were William Tuckwood and Amy Dring married in Welby Lincs.Sister Mary,brother Thomas. Thomas died 1798,Amy died 1799 Welby.There is a marriage of a William Tuckwood to Elizabeth Bee 1800 in Rauceby Lincs.Is this William senior re-marrying or William junior.If junior,not my William.
The Rutland Tuckwood family are a different thread. They were farmers, my William was a shoemaker.He died between 1834 and 1835 but can't find a burial.
I've sorted all the others out but its just William 1806 I can't find.
Thanks for your help
Maggie

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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 03 February 15 07:27 GMT (UK) »
Hi Maggie,

I'm going into Nottingham Library sometime this week (if it doesnt snow) so will have a look at the marriage records of the two William's but I think you can rule out the Willoughby Tuckwoods and I'll look for the burial in 1825 that iluleah has mentioned.

Wendy
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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 03 February 15 09:56 GMT (UK) »
Hi Wendy,
The burial of 1825 is that of Elizabeth Granger wife of William Tuckwood. Thank you for looking for the marriages, it is most appreciated. I live in Skegness so I can't get to Notts as often as I would like.
I've sorted the other children out apart from Eliza - bap.26 November 1810 Notts St Marys and William - bap 16 November 1812 Notts St Marys. Anything you can find will be great.
I use Ancestry,FreeReg.Family Search and FreeBMD but none of them have the info.Do you know where I can get a CD of "England Deaths & Burials  1538 - 1991" and "England Births and Christenings 1538 - 1975" I found the info on "My Heritage" but I don't want to subscribe to another site.
Thanks again
Maggie

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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 03 February 15 10:04 GMT (UK) »
Thank you John,
Many trees give the info that William 1806 married Eliza Widdowson but I couldn't prove that it was my William, therefore I have been trying to find another marriage in Nottingham but to no avail.
Any help is appreciated.
Maggie

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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #14 on: Tuesday 03 February 15 17:52 GMT (UK) »
Hi Maggie,

I managed to nip into the library today and looked at the two marriages first William Tuckwood and Elizabeth Granger  St Mary's Nottingham 24 Nov 1803 says both of this parish (St Marys) witnesses were Henry Daycock and James Smith (he was on a lot of marriages maybe church warden).
Second was William Tuckwood and Elizabeth Widdowson Willoughby on the Wolds says both of this parish (Willoughby) witnesses were John widdowson and Sarah? Barrett (not sure if its Sarah was hard to read).

The burial of Elizabeth Tuckwood in 1825 says of Cross St, aged 30, if that's right to young to be Elizabeth Granger as that would have made abt 8yrs of age when she married William Tuckwood.

i'll be going into the library again sometime over the next few weeks so will see if I can find anything else for you.

Wendy
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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 03 February 15 22:47 GMT (UK) »
Thanks  Wendy,
Is this of any help............
1814 William living at Boot Lane Notts - Shoemaker
1822 Living at Cross St  Notts - Shoemaker
1825 Living at Cross St  Notts - aged 46yrs  (1779?)
1834 Living at Beck Lane  Notts - Shoemaker
Newspaper article..........Murder in Beck Lane....1834? Sarah Tuckwood wife of William Tuckwood Shoemaker called to give evidence. Found marriage of Sarah King and William Tuckwood in 1829.
William 1779 or William 1806?
Could the burial age of Elizabeth be mis-transcribed? 1833 burial of Elizabeth Tuckwood is in Willoughby. ???
This Family History is soooooooo much fun!!!!
Maggie


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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #16 on: Wednesday 04 February 15 10:33 GMT (UK) »
Hi Maggie,

Anything helps. I'll check the 1829 marriage next time I'm in the Library also will check the 1825 burial. The burial in of the Elizabeth Tuckwood in Willoughby was in 1834 and she was 23yrs of age making her born 1811 and I think she may be the daugther of Joseph and Eliz Tuckwood born 13 Aug 1811.

Do you have your William 1779 or 1806 on any census records if so could you give me the details as I cannot access census records.

Wendy
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Morral of Stanton By Dale, Derbyshire;

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Re: William Tuckwood 1806 (Bap 16 November 1812)
« Reply #17 on: Wednesday 04 February 15 14:45 GMT (UK) »
A key census is, I think 1851, Willoughby. It has

William Tuckwood aged 46 born Willoughby
Eliza 44 born Willougby
and the children listed by Wendy at reply#2

There are 3 William Tuckwood marriages I've found in the 1820s

William & Eliza Willoughby 1827 - the family above
William & Sarah King,  Radford 1829 - matches your newspaper evidence
William & Dorothy Slack 1830 Selston. They are in 1841 census Heanor with a son Benjamin aged 7.In 1851 he is at Basford, with son Benjamin aged 17.

I am puzzled by you data at reply 10.  We appear to have an 1803 marriage then baptisms
Charlotte 1808
Eliza, Charles, James  1810
William 1812
John 1814
George 1822

I accept there is a gap between marriage and first baptism. The baptism pattern above is a typical one of a child every 2 years, with the exception of 1810. If they were playing "catch-up" at that stage why wasn't William included. What is the source  for saying William was born 1806 and Charles 1804?