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Ann DYER

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1861
RG9 Piece 376 Folio 74 Page 16
Civil Parish: Tooting
Municipal Borough:
Registration District: Wandsworth
Address: Sooting Dairy, High Street
PENFOLD, Sarah Head Widow F 89 ... Laundry Mitcham Surrey
DYER, Ann Niece Married F 62 Laundress Surrey


I'd like a look up please for Ann and household in 1851 and 1841, and for her marriage.

Name: Ann Dyer
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1841
Gender: Female
Age: 40
Birthplace: Surrey
Schedule Type: Household
Registration District: Wandsworth & Clapham
Sub-District: Streatham & Tooting Graveney
Parish: Tooting Graveney
County: Surrey

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I'd like a look up please for Ann and household in 1851 and 1841, and for her marriage.
Ah! I see you found Ann too :)

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1851
Civil Parish: Tooting Graveney
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps:
View related Ecclesiastical Parish
County: Surrey
RD: Wandsworth
Sub-RD: Putney
ED: 1d; HO107; Piece: 1579; Folio: 255; Page: 12

James Dyer 61 [b. Weston, Hampshire. Labourer general]
Ann Dyer 51 wife [b. Tooting]
John Dyer 25 son [b. Tooting. labourer]
Jane Brishop 21 dau [b. Tooting]
James Brishop 19 S-i-L [do]
Sarah Brishop 14 dau [do]
Elizabeth Brishop 11 dau [do]
Joseph Brishop 8 son [do]
[The Brishop children are offspring of James & Ann]

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possible marriage, Tooting Graveney, 19 Aug 1821
James Dyer, batch. of Preston in the county of Sussex, Ann Wren spin, o.t.p.
by banns with consent of parents
James Dyer mark, Ann Wren sign
wit. John Wren, Elizabeth Wren
 
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1841 census RD Wandsworth
Pc 1068, Bk 6, F7, pg10

James Dyer 45 Carin???(difficult to read)
Ann Dyer 40
Mary Dyer 15
Henry Dyer 15
John Dyer 15
Jane Dyer 12
James Dyer 9
Sarah Dyer 4
Elizabeth Dyer 18 mths
all born this county

(next door is Martha Clark, 70, ind, not born this co.)

Looking at the image of the 1851 census, daughter Jane Bishop age 21 is "wife of a groom", below her is James DYER, age 19, groom (wrongly transcribed as Bishop, he is given as son in law but is correct age to be the son James Dyer) then the three "Bishop" children below this are actually ditto of DYER, not Bishop which fits with the Dyer children in 1841.
 
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further background information which may be of interest :-

Jane Dyer/Bishop was baptised as Ann Jane Dyer, Tooting Graveney, 4 Jan 1829, d.o. James and Ann Dyer, labourer

marriage 23 May 1848, St Mary, Newington
William Bishop, Groom, father Robert George Bishop, tailor
Ann Jane Dyer, father James Dyer, gardener
both full age
William Bishop mark, Ann Jane Dyer sign
wit W Williams, Jane Brooks
 

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Thanks stockpot.

The puzzle is Sarah's maiden name:

1861
RG9 Piece 376 Folio 74 Page 16
Civil Parish: Tooting
Municipal Borough:
Registration District: Wandsworth
Address: Sooting Dairy, High Street
PENFOLD, Sarah Head Widow F 89 ... Laundry Mitcham Surrey
DYER, Ann Niece Married F 62 Laundress Surrey

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The tree I found makes a good case for Marchant, but it can't prove it...

We can't even be sure Ann's mar. is the correct one, though looks good..

I can't see any involvement yet with Ann to show she is a niece :rolleyes:
 

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The marriage to Marchant shows William with middle initial F.

The William I've traced shows nothing in census or bap of children or death notice or burial or probate that indicates any middle name.


The pob in census fits better for 2x Gilbert than it does for Marchant.
 

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