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Offline Dizzy Escape

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #9 on: Friday 28 September 18 10:45 BST (UK) »
Are the witnesses to the marriage any help John Plummer and Susan Harvey?

No, they're not familiar - but that's a good idea. I could pursue these to see if there's a connection.
Shropshire:Cleobury,Hotchkiss,Glover,Oswell
Berkshire:Cheeseman,Monger,Hussey
Montgomeryshire&Merionethshire:Disley
Anglesey&Denbighshire: Hughes,Davies
Flints:Hooson
Hertfs:Woodcock
Yorks:Rich,Goodlad,Hargreaves
Essex:Stace,Hummerstone
Wilts:Pike, House, Downe, Eyres, Cole, Appleford, Westhall, Cheesmund
Kent:Jones,Bayley
London:Egan,Dixon,Steel,Planck,Debrauder,Rushan,Venile,Fairfax
Surrey:Street,Knight,Street,Potterton
Suffolk:Howe,Spark,Gridley
Sussex:Butcher,Napper,Steyning,Hazelgrove

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #10 on: Friday 28 September 18 10:48 BST (UK) »
Is this your Charles' birth record?

PIKE, CHARLES  EDWIN     LINGARD     
GRO Reference: 1840  D Quarter in LAMBETH  Volume 04  Page 250

Yes, and he was christened in Norwood on 11 April 1841.
Shropshire:Cleobury,Hotchkiss,Glover,Oswell
Berkshire:Cheeseman,Monger,Hussey
Montgomeryshire&Merionethshire:Disley
Anglesey&Denbighshire: Hughes,Davies
Flints:Hooson
Hertfs:Woodcock
Yorks:Rich,Goodlad,Hargreaves
Essex:Stace,Hummerstone
Wilts:Pike, House, Downe, Eyres, Cole, Appleford, Westhall, Cheesmund
Kent:Jones,Bayley
London:Egan,Dixon,Steel,Planck,Debrauder,Rushan,Venile,Fairfax
Surrey:Street,Knight,Street,Potterton
Suffolk:Howe,Spark,Gridley
Sussex:Butcher,Napper,Steyning,Hazelgrove

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #11 on: Friday 28 September 18 10:51 BST (UK) »
More births follow after William George.
Here is the family in Lambeth in 1851. George Pike born in Wiltshire
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SGTC-LKV

Yes, the Pike family were from Ramsbury in Wiltshire and I've been able to trace them back some generations there. It's the Lingard side that's defeated me!
Shropshire:Cleobury,Hotchkiss,Glover,Oswell
Berkshire:Cheeseman,Monger,Hussey
Montgomeryshire&Merionethshire:Disley
Anglesey&Denbighshire: Hughes,Davies
Flints:Hooson
Hertfs:Woodcock
Yorks:Rich,Goodlad,Hargreaves
Essex:Stace,Hummerstone
Wilts:Pike, House, Downe, Eyres, Cole, Appleford, Westhall, Cheesmund
Kent:Jones,Bayley
London:Egan,Dixon,Steel,Planck,Debrauder,Rushan,Venile,Fairfax
Surrey:Street,Knight,Street,Potterton
Suffolk:Howe,Spark,Gridley
Sussex:Butcher,Napper,Steyning,Hazelgrove

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #12 on: Friday 28 September 18 10:59 BST (UK) »
There is a wonderful family tree on Ancestry  :-X

This states that ......
Elizabeth was born in Aldgate in 1819.
She married George William Pike in 1835.
She died in 1838.
She married George William Pike in 1840
After 1861 she vanishes to re-appear simultaneously in Aston, Warwickshire and Margate, Kent in 1891

The tree also states that her father was....
George Wheeler Lingard born 1795.
He was baptised before he was born, in 1793, in Hackney.
He was also baptised in 1821 in Bowden, Cheshire.

So not much help there  :-X
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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #13 on: Friday 28 September 18 12:19 BST (UK) »
Oh dear - one of those ones!
Shropshire:Cleobury,Hotchkiss,Glover,Oswell
Berkshire:Cheeseman,Monger,Hussey
Montgomeryshire&Merionethshire:Disley
Anglesey&Denbighshire: Hughes,Davies
Flints:Hooson
Hertfs:Woodcock
Yorks:Rich,Goodlad,Hargreaves
Essex:Stace,Hummerstone
Wilts:Pike, House, Downe, Eyres, Cole, Appleford, Westhall, Cheesmund
Kent:Jones,Bayley
London:Egan,Dixon,Steel,Planck,Debrauder,Rushan,Venile,Fairfax
Surrey:Street,Knight,Street,Potterton
Suffolk:Howe,Spark,Gridley
Sussex:Butcher,Napper,Steyning,Hazelgrove

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #14 on: Friday 28 September 18 14:05 BST (UK) »
Are the witnesses to the marriage any help John Plummer and Susan Harvey?

John Plummer was a regular witness. But feel free to follow him up, amondg!

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Re: Lost child in the 1841 Census.
« Reply #15 on: Friday 28 September 18 17:07 BST (UK) »
I had a similar situation quite a while ago looking for a young mother with a newborn baby in "London".   I eventually found her, despite the awful writing; she was one of three "live-in" domestic maid servants.  There was no mention of the baby because he'd been hidden in a drawer so that the lady of the house didn't know, because if she did find out then she would have dismissed the mother who needed the money and the roof over their heads.
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