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Amy Palmer

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Amy was married to James Read 22nd June 1822 St Goerge Hanover Square, can't tell if she was a spinster as there isn't a referece to it.

I have them both in the 1841 census St Pancras, she was b c1791 in county. Can't find them in 1851 and in 1861 James is married to Mary.
I'm looking for a death for Amy and her baptism, and I'm also looking for a marriage for James to Mary.

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Amanda
 

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Because he has a daughter Eliza Jane Adley Read in 1825 and he has a son John Adley Read still living at home in 1861. He is still a paper hanger/decorator and by then had moved to St Pancras/Islington where my husband's father was born in 1903.
 
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On the 1861 0n FamilySearch it says..
James Read. Head 60 Strand, Middlesex
Mary Read. Wife 65 Margate, Kent
Adley. Son 21 St Pancras, Middlesex

James is a Master Painter
Adley is a Lithographic Printer



Elizth. Jane Adley Read born 16 Dec 1825 to James and Amy

John Hadley Read born 06 Nov 1839 to James and Amy
 

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The original says John Adley Read, and that will be right for James by then he would be a master painter.
So may be Amy died in the 1840’s or 50’s. But I haven’t found a death for her.
 
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Hi Amanda,
So many name changes for Amy not sure where to go here and where did the name Adley,(Hadley), come from? Perhaps Amy's birth name as Adley and she married a Palmer who subsequently died, mor questions than answers. The 1841 with Ann that I can seen, St Pancras HO107 682/6 6, I don't think it's them also not Westminster HO107 738/27 6. There is a tree on FamilySearch, LC3N-YQC , which has James and Amy and give's James's parents as James and Dorothy, is this correct? Maybe we should start with a known fact, your husband's father 1903 and work back.
 

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