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Marriage: Robert Turner & Elizabeth 'Betty' - Bishops Lydeard
« on: Saturday 12 December 20 00:24 GMT (UK) »
Hello,

I can't seem to find a marriage between a Robert Turner and an Elizabeth who I think goes by Betty as well. I think I have all their children, all baptised in Bishops Lydeard.

John - 1774
Robert - 1776
Mary - 1778
Betty - 1780
Ann - 1782
Thomas - 1786
Jane - 1791

I also think I have their deaths and when they were born.

Robert Turner I believe died in 1831 Bishops Lydeard. Which also lists his birth as around 1744. So then I think I found his baptism in 1845 Ash Priors, to a John & Joane (Joan/Jane).

Elizabeth I think died in 1836 Bishops Lydeard. Which also lists her birth as 1749.

But unfortunately I can't find a marriage to hopefully get Elizabeth's maiden name.

Thanks for reading.

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Re: Marriage: Robert Turner & Elizabeth 'Betty' - Bishops Lydeard
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 12 December 20 03:29 GMT (UK) »
I can't see a marriage but I did find on FindMyPast this baptism in an adjoining parish

Robert Turner
Baptism 30 Mar 1745
Ash Priors, Somerset
Father John Turner
Mother Joane

Kay

Sorry missed that you had already found this  :-\

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Re: Marriage: Robert Turner & Elizabeth 'Betty' - Bishops Lydeard
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 12 December 20 15:06 GMT (UK) »
I can't see a marriage but I did find on FindMyPast this baptism in an adjoining parish

Robert Turner
Baptism 30 Mar 1745
Ash Priors, Somerset
Father John Turner
Mother Joane

Kay

Sorry missed that you had already found this  :-\

That okay, it's good to know someone was thinking along the same lines for the baptism.

ps: looked at possible siblings, it's definitely John & Joan.