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    Westrup Pleasents marriage

    Note - newspaper States King not Henry
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    Westrup Pleasents marriage

    1908 Suffolk Free Press newspaper archive December 16th 1908 At Clare Downs, Belchamp St Pauls a farm occupied by Mr Walter Eagle, his nephew who was farm steward. Mr King Michael Eagle the nephew shot himself, deceased was brother to Mr W.H.Eagle of the Hall at Belchamp St Pauls. William Eagle...
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    Westrup Pleasents marriage

    Website. Collagecityoflondond.uk Or google Clare Downs Farm - the Land records are amazing. Barb
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    Westrup Pleasents marriage

    Thank you Sue Yes I received the marriage info for 15 Dec 1808 but showed up as Mary (ann) Pleasance Westrup on the documentation. I found 10 children and followed Louisa Eagle and her marriage to Joseph Revett. If I can help you with any info, please let me know - thanks again for the info Barb
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    Kennedy Family from Tobermory

    Dave Many thanks for the research. It may remain another unsolved mystery Regards Barb
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    Kennedy Family from Tobermory

    Tks for looking Is there no Norris marriage connection from Kennedy or Miller in Tobermory as she is listed as the niece?
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    Kennedy Family from Tobermory

    On the Wedding Info for William Kennedy to Grace Miller; William's father is noted as a Dealer in Crockery; Thomas Miller is noted as a Horse Dealer; wife's maiden name looks like Johnston. John Kennedy Married Janet nee Alison, both of Paisley, 4th August 1821. Alison was noted as deceased...
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    Kennedy Family from Tobermory

    Whilst sending off census info - I noticed that on the 1861 census, one of the residents was "Nancy Norris" niece occup. house servant aged 14; therefore born c. 1847 Kil(?) Tobermory. May be Kennedy side or Miller side. Any help appreciated. Regards Barbara
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    It has been some time but I have tracked down Charles Robert Slater. Such a nice feeling to solve a mystery. He went to the USA because of a slump in the packing case manufacturing in England. I have no time line for this. Mary Ann Mears then took up with his brother James Slater to whom she...
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    Death of Charles Robert Slater 1899 at Kings N. aged 66; this works for Charles Robert Slater B. 7 May 1832 at Mile end Old Town London. Query: could he have been a soldier between 1866 and 1873? I have also been given, without any reference: marriage 1905 Sept BGreen Mary Ann Slater to...
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    New information to hand: Mary [Ann] Mears mother's maiden name was Mary Ann Grimmo sometimes spelt Grimmoy; dob for Mary is 5 Sep 1838. I hope this can source new information and whether Grimmo/Grimmoy is a Hugoenot derivative. Thank you all again, for your help to date. Barbara
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    Thanks Josie - the wedding cert for Aubrey has Ellen née Foss as mother hence that was the start for my research. So I'm not sure if it could be Eleanor - but who knows with what can come up ; ie water meaning slater. I believe all the weavers married, intermarried - and I appreciated the...
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    Josie gave marriage date as:- 3rd quarter 1905 Hackney: Ellen Foss to Arthur Slater Their 2 children's names include Arthur Walter b c.1905 and Aubrey Laurence b 1910 from the 1911 Census - 1882 birth date seems right for Ellen, based on 1911 census where she was aged 29 and married 5 years...
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    Bethnal Green Slaters

    So many mysteries solved - than you. Ellen Slater nee Foss born 1882 Bow London - is there anything about her family in census? I am assuming that as weavers, married weavers that her family are of the same ilk. Thank you Barbara
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