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Re: Elizabeth avery
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 14 September 21 16:29 BST (UK) »
Haven't heard a word.
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Re: Elizabeth avery
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 14 September 21 18:37 BST (UK) »
Hi no marriage found

I agree it may be Elizabeth amery

And john burley

Thanks again

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Re: Elizabeth avery
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 14 September 21 20:16 BST (UK) »
Think I may have unravelled this conundrum - as often happens spellings of surnames get mistranscribed or misheard and when people unable to read and write names were written as the cleric heard.

I believe that Elizabeth Amery was a widow when she married John Borley - however, status for neither is given at the marriage:

John Burley married Elizabeth Hodge 20/6/1832 St. Andrew, Plymouth (their childrens births start from 1832).  Witnesses were a Richard Burley and Catherine Burley (both illiterate).   Census varies with surname spelling from Burley to Borley but Richard had married as Borley to a Katherine 1831 Sydenham Damerel.

A John Hodge married an Elizabeth Emary (as written) 27/1/1823 Sydenham Damerel.

Richard Borley/Burley states he was born circa 1806 South Sydenham and think this is his baptism: Richard Burley 17/2/1807 Sydenham Damerel, son of John and Mary.

So looking for a John Borley/Burley bc.1801 son of a John and Mary find one baptised 28/6/1801 Lamerton.   Other children baptised Lamerton 1799-1803 and then family moved to Sydenham Damerel where more children baptised.   John married a Mary 1798 Lamerton. 

In 1851 census John and Elizabeth Borley (Burley) have with them an Elizabeth H. Borley and think this is a daughter of Elizabeth from her first marriage i.e. H for Hodge.

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Re: Elizabeth avery
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 15 September 21 00:34 BST (UK) »
Hi

Thanks for working that out
You deserve a glass of champagne

Now all I have to do is find Elizabeth's name before she married a hodge/ then John burley (if she was a widow )

So if I have this correct

Elizabeth  ??? ( possibly emery/ or amery )

Married a hodge

Then married a burley

Thanks for all your hard work

Best wishes Phil

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Re: Elizabeth avery
« Reply #13 on: Yesterday at 00:28 »
Hi

Well a John hodge did marry a Elizabeth amery in 1823 but its too difficult to determine

John hodge and Elizabeth amery had a child or children before Elizabeth married John burley ( Elizabeth hodge/  to either couple

Or if a John hodge died soon after

Best wishes Phil