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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 23 December 21 22:50 GMT (UK) »
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 23 December 21 22:53 GMT (UK) »
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 23 December 21 23:04 GMT (UK) »
The marriage is a bit confusing there are two marriage records for Henry and Ann one in 1798 and one in 1800.

The marriage was in 1800. The earlier record is the announcement of the banns.

The banns were published in 1798 in Billinge parish. Wasn't a marriage supposed to happen within a 
 certain time after publication of banns? Something must have delayed the wedding.
 Both groom and bride were resident in Billinge parish at the time banns were called but their abode was Pemberton when they married. 
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 23 December 21 23:32 GMT (UK) »
I'm trying to find out what the notation of "Base" on a baptismal record from 1801 in All Saint's, Wigan, Lancashire means.  Here is the transcription of the record:

 
Baptism: 31 Jan 1801 All Saints, Wigan, Lancs.
Thomas Farrimond - second Son of Henry Farrimond & Ann (formerly Atherton)
    Born: 1 Jan
    Abode: Pemberton
    Occupation: Weaver
    Mother's Parents: (Base) Daur. of Margt. Atherton
    Register: Baptisms 1799 - 1812, Page 46
    Source: Original register at Wigan Archives


Who was the first son?
Baptisms of Margaret 1804, Sarah 1806, Ann 1808, Mary 1810 and Jane 1812 all state that Ann was base daughter of Margaret Atherton (although her name is transcribed as Mary on one baptism). Henry's parents not mentioned.
One or more women named Ann Atherton had illegitimate children baptised at All Saints, James 1798, Ellen 1800, abode Pemberton. 
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 23 December 21 23:46 GMT (UK) »
Maybe the birth of the first son, James 1798, delayed the marriage.
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #15 on: Friday 24 December 21 00:15 GMT (UK) »
Maybe the birth of the first son, James 1798, delayed the marriage.

Where did you find James?  I'm looking on the Lancashire parish records and can't find him...  ???

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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #16 on: Friday 24 December 21 00:33 GMT (UK) »
Maybe the birth of the first son, James 1798, delayed the marriage.

1798 every parish had to supply men for the army.  In that year there was the Irish rebellion and also there were problems between the UK and mainland Europe.
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Re: Meaning of "Base" on Baptismal Record
« Reply #17 on: Friday 24 December 21 00:34 GMT (UK) »
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