Author Topic: ***COMPLETED***pre 1837 Westbourne marriage  (Read 762 times)

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***COMPLETED***pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« on: Tuesday 08 November 16 01:29 GMT (UK) »
Looking for a marriage for Harriett Nash somewhere in this vicinity. She had  sister Sarah who married William Weller Sandall in 1838. Her parents were James (carpenter) and Charlotte Nash

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 03:58 GMT (UK) »
Just to put an age to Harriet to help in the search.

Harriet Nash
Baptised 12 Jul 1821 at Kirdford, Sussex, England
Father -  John Nash   
Mother -Charlotte

Not correct Harriet see enzfan's next post   

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 04:21 GMT (UK) »
My humble apologies  ???

I'm working on the theory that she was baptised at St John the Baptist, Westbourne on the 12th Feb 1815. Abode: Nutbourne. Detailed on FreeReg

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 04:24 GMT (UK) »
The assumed parents can be found in the 1841, 1851 and father in 1861 census records

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 04:47 GMT (UK) »
My humble apologies  ???

I'm working on the theory that she was baptised at St John the Baptist, Westbourne on the 12th Feb 1815. Abode: Nutbourne. Detailed on FreeReg

No worries  :) I had the wrong father! Just focused on Charlotte's name.
I can't see a marriage for her as yet. Could she have died?
Death
Harriett Nash   
Registered March 1/4   1842   
Registration District  - Westbourne, Sussex,
Vol    7    Page  370   

There are a couple of Harriet Nashes on 1841 census. Have you discarded these two as possibilities?

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #5 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 07:40 GMT (UK) »
I am looking for a Harriett Nash who lived.

That Harriett Nash burial doesn't come up on FreeReg yet other burials for Westbourne do so I hadn't spotted that one. If Harriett Nash of this family died then I need to look elsewhere.

I have posted previously on a similar vein - just trying a different angle

William George CHATFIELD was the son of William George Chatfield and Harriett Nash and was born in Sussex around 1838. Harriett's parents were James and Charlotte. I cannot find anything on anybody other than WG jr turned up in NZ in the 1860s and died in 1894

They are all doing my head in  :o

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #6 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 11:27 GMT (UK) »
Harriett Nash who died in 1842 was buried at Funtington St Mary on 21 Feb but was an infant therefore not the Harriett you're looking for - Funtington was at that time in the Westbourne registration district.


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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #7 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 14:23 GMT (UK) »
The assumed parents can be found in the 1841, 1851 and father in 1861 census records

Can you tell me where please?   I simply can't find them.

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Re: pre 1837 Westbourne marriage
« Reply #8 on: Tuesday 08 November 16 15:23 GMT (UK) »
Harriet Nash, Westbourne/Nutbourne, sister of Sarah (who married Sandall) did not marry a Chatfield at all.

In 1851 Harriet is living with her married sister Sarah Sandall.   Whilst she is shown as a 'visitor' she is clearly Sarah's sister - shown as Harriet Worth, marr., born Nutbourne, with a daughter Isabella who was born 1845.

Familysearch shows Isabella bp.9/2/1845 Westbourne, dau. of Thomas William Worth and Harriet.

Thomas William Worth married Harriet Nash, dau. of James Nash, carpenter on 18/11/1840 St. Marylebone, London.   One of the witnesses was Sarah Sandall.

This would seem to conclusively prove that this particular Harriet Nash was never married to a Chatfield and married for the first time to a Thomas William Worth in 1840!

Can't find Harriet under Worth in 1841 census so don't know where she was. 

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