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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 19 August 20 21:33 BST (UK) »
Thank you, Ladyhawk :)
Dr. Williams and his library always makes me a bit nervous!

I must have done something very wrong previously because I have now found a heap of baptisms in Leyton to William and Mary Plumb. Sadly there is no David.
All very embarrassing! 
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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 20 August 20 08:47 BST (UK) »
Thanks for all the info some of which I knew and some new. I will follow up the Leytonstone connection as it is fairly close to Stepney / MEOT.

James Stratton was killed in a train accident in Kent in 1862 and the newspaper reports of the inquest make interesting reading with the cause due to largely "lack of maintenance" so nothing new there!

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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 22 August 20 09:13 BST (UK) »
Have you already seen the James Plumb bc.1808 -bootmaker- living in Oxford Street, Stepney (around the same time that David was in the area)?    Oxford Street ran through Jubilee Street, and alongside Clark Street.

By 1851 James has moved to a different street in the area.  On the census he claims to have been born in Sibly Headingley, Essex

Should be Sible Headingham


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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 22 August 20 15:35 BST (UK) »
Lily M - thanks for the post.

Plumb families are fairly widespread across north Essex [includes Sible Hedingham], south Suffolk and south Cambridge.

I need do some more searching to see if I can find David's baptism and hopefully his father's occupation which may then connect him to James.

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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 22 August 20 16:05 BST (UK) »
I came across a couple, James and Rosanna (same name as one of Davidís daughters) Plumb, living in Sible Headingham who married in 1793.

Frustratingly, I canít find the records for the Sible Headingham baptist church. Theyíre not on the Essex Archives site.  So no record of any baptisms for their children.

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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 22 August 20 16:59 BST (UK) »
"My" David and Maria Susannah had 8 children including 2 females but sadly neither survived and didnt include a Rosanna. I therefore assume you are referring to a different family.

A check of the images of the 1841 census for Sible Hedingham did not reveal any Plumb / Bootmakers so maybe they had moved to the Stepney area.

I think the James / bootmaker / Sible Hedingham is an avenue to pursue for further research.

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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 22 August 20 17:23 BST (UK) »
I thought they had 11 children!  Maybe not, but the GRO shows Plumb children born after 1837 in Stepney with motherís maiden name Andrews as:

Anna Maria b.1838  dd.1838
David   b.1839   dd.1840
Henry   b.1841
Rosanna Maria   b.1842   dd.1851
Charlotte Sarah   b.1844
Susannah Vaughan  b.1846  dd.1846
David Benoni  b.1847  dd.1847


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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 22 August 20 19:55 BST (UK) »
I have the following children for DAVID & MARIA SUSANNAH PLUMB [NEE ANDREWS]:

JAMES STRATTON 1831 - 1862
THOMAS EMMANUEL 1833 - 1890
ROBERT AYLESWORTH 1835 - 1901
WILLIAM ANDREWS 1837 - 1868
ANN MARIA 1838 - 1838
DAVID 1839 - 1840
HENRY 1840 - 1878
SUSANNAH VAUGHAN 1846 - 1846

Ref the others mentioned :
ROSANNA MARIA      ]
CHARLOTTE SARAH   ]unable to find baptism
DAVID BENONI          Benoni seems to be connected to a Plumb family in Suffolk

Also found:
MARY ANN 1846 - 1851 Non Conformist burial but unknown Plumb address. Unable to find baptism.

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Re: Plumb, David b~1806 boot & shoemaker
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 22 August 20 21:08 BST (UK) »
The Mary Ann Plumb burial address is in Holborn, so she was probably the one baptised there in 1846.

Do you use the GRO Index site?  Itís very helpful as it gives the motherís maiden name, so we can see that Rosanna, Charlotte and David Benoni  all had the motherís maiden name of Andrews.  I havenít found a baptism for them though.   Nor a death for Charlotte.