Don't know whether you are still interested in Denis Albert Oliver but I have had a quick look at him, I think this is him:-
Edna G Denton m.m.n Lockwood, born 1919 Q4 West Ham
Denis A Oliver m. Edna G Denton Portsmouth 1941 Q3
Denis Albert Oliver b. 13.12.1918 d Southampton 1982
Ethel May Denton born 10.12.1891 died in Colchester in 1972 Q2, does that fit with your family? (May and Mary often interchanged)
It seems her birth was registered Jan 1892,(you're allowed 6 wks to register, that can put it into the next year - perhaps that's your problem?) m.m.n. Ray and she...
I have checked and Ethel M Lockwood married Henry G Denton in Portsmouth in 1915.
In the 1939 register at 531 Katherine Rd East Ham there is :-
Allen Lockwood, 3 Feb 1864, Mech Eng retired
Ethel M Denton, 12 Dec 1891, Slipper Bath attendant
no one else in the household.
The register doesn't...
in 1911 the second Ethel Mary is a servant to Thomas and Florence Oliver . he is a traveller (drapery) and they have been married 12 yrs with no children. Ethel was born Bow.
in 1901 there is an Ethel M Lockwood, age 9, born Bow, living in Bow with her parents Allen 37, hot water fitter and...
Jacob and Emma Tyler seem to be the correct parents ;- Jacob Tyler married Emma Stock Dunmow Essex 1881 Q4,
Four children registered Tyler m.m.n. Stock:-
Thomas Alfred, Dunmow 1882
Maud Harriet, Epping 1885
Alfred George, Epping 1888
William, Edmonton 1892
These children are with the family...
Can't really help with this but if you know the date of death local newspapers often used to carry funeral details so it may be worth going to the library in Derby and looking through the death announcements.
PS, it seems from Ancestry that she died Q4 1974, not 1975, does that make any...
This marriage could be useful, it could be your g.g fathers brother : (from Family Search)
27 Feb 1897 Allegheny Pennsylvania
Patrick Allen McDade born 17 June 1872 Scotland
married Mattie Abbot
Family Search has a child Allan McDaid (sic) born 17 June 1871 at Abbey, Paisley...
The three extra births are on Ancestry, in the data set "London England Church of England Births and Baptisms 1813 - 1916" which has images of the actual registers.
I was trying to fill the gaps in the family so just searched for the surname with parents Francis and Eliza then checked on the...
I seem to be going round in circles looking at this and I'm afraid I am no further on!
I agree there is a clash of birthdates for Eliza & Edward, both born 1808.
In fact in 1851 Eliza Newby is 39 and in 1871 she is 62 so was born any time around 1809 - 1812. I wonder whether she could be the...
I can't answer you question but I have looked at the censuses, baptisms etc and can see your problem.
One thing I can suggest is to get the "letters of administration with will annexed" for Francis Thompson, with any luck it will mention his son Albert with enough detail for you to know whether...
From your user name & location I have worked back and I think your grandparents must be John Hegarty and Catherine McGurk who married in Consett in 1912.
In the 1939 register John gives his birth as 5 Sept 1870 and in the 1911 census he is a Blast Furnace labourer lodging in Consett. Born in...
I seem to have the wrong family in 1901 as there is no brother, but it is a Mary M Davies, born Cardiff 1898, mother Margaret, living in Cardiff :-
63 Bridge street, St John parish, Cardiff
Margaret Davies, Head, Widow, 24, Manageress Publican, Cardiff, Glamorgan,
Mary M Davies, Daughter...
Baptisms St Marylebone
1813 Ann d.o. William & Sophie Bubb
1816 Harriet d.o. William & Lucy Bubb
1818 Eliza d.o. William & Lucy Bubb
1820 William s.o. William & Lucy Bubb
1821 Mary d.o. William & Lucy Bubb
marriage at St Marylebone
1 July 1815
William Bubb widower & Lucy Rust spinster
Sorry to mis-lead you.
I have nothing to do with Margaret Mahon, my only interest is in trying to help you answer the query you put on this forum.
When I say "my" Margaret I am just meaning the one I have found in 1911 and 1901 which I am trying to show could be the same as "yours" that you...
Alfred was a plumber.
This couple baptised four more children, Alice Jane 1845, Fanny 1847, Robert William 1849 and James 1851. I can't find the birth reg for any of these. Looks like they thought baptism was enough.
To make matters more complicated I now find Marion & Elizabeth Dwyer's mother's maiden name was Regan. The mother of Margaret Mahon and Henry Smith was Hannah Regan before her first marriage.
"Regan" may be a coincidence or maybe Henry Smith married a cousin (not that it matters for you...
No, the Margaret I am looking at is 12 in 1911, i.e. correct to be 21 at her marriage in 1920.
8 Gordon St
Henry Smith, Head, Married, Corporation Labourer Pavior, 41, Liverpool
Hannah Smith, Wife, Married, 45, Liverpool
Henry Smith, Son, 4, Liverpool
John F Smith, Son, 1, Liverpool...