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David Girling Marriage please

lighty

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Looking for a marriage of David Girling he was born 1841 Brampton Suffolk, their first child was born 1871 (going by the 1881 census).

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How about the one in September quarter 1880
Girling, David, Blything, 4a 1101
On the same page is Elizabeth Clarke

EDIT Where have you found them on the 1881?
Second EDIT Found them with Maria Clark, Mother in Law
 
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Looks like the above was a second marriage for him, in 1871 he is married to a Sarah with son Robert age 5 months b Brampton (all children in 1881 births show on FreeBMD)

Marriages March quarter 1870
Girling David, Blything 4a 879
On same page is Sarah Mayes.

1871 census, Upper Farm Brampton
David Girling age 28, b Brampton
Sarah, wife age 29 b Sutton Suffolk
Robert age 5 months b Brampton
Reg District Blything.
Sub Reg Wenhaston
RG10; Piece: 1771; Folio: 67; Page: 1
 
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1861 he is a servant away from home.

1851
Brampton Hog/Dog?
Thomas Girling 50 Ag Lab.
Emilia Girling 48 wife b Harleston Norfolk
Henry Girling 15 Son
Elizabeth Girling 13 Dau
Mary Girling 12 Dau
John Girling 10 Dau
David Girling 9 Son
Maria Girling 7 Dau
Sarah Girling 3 Dau
All except Emilia born Brampton
Civil parish Brampton
HO107; Piece: 1803; Folio: 733; Page: 6
 
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1841 census
Civil Parish Brampton
Hundred Blything

James Girling 45 Ag Lab
Amelia Girling 40
Robert Girling 15
Richo Girling 13
Anne Girling 11
Saml Girling 10
George Girling 9
Thomas Girling 7
Henry Girling 5
Elizabeth Girling 3
Mary Girling 2
John Girling 1

HO107; Piece 1015; Book: 6; Civil Parish: Brampton; County: Suffolk; Enumeration District: 2; Folio: 9; Page: 23; Line: 20
 

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Thanks lincoln lad, for finding all that info for me.

So David had been married before, dont know why i didn't thinkk of that.

So who is James Girling on the 1941 census :confused: .
Wow they had a few children. :) .

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According the I.G.I (i checked earlier) all the children were Thomas and Amelia's. All 13 of them. I know if i get Davids birth cert i will know, he's the line i need to be doing.
On the 1841 census does it have James as the head of the house, or brother,? it might be Thomas's brother, but why wasn't thomas there?.:confused:
must find out won't sleep otherwise :) .

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OOPS I see what you mean.

Unfortunatley the 1841 does not give relationships. The image has been transcribed correctly and does state James. The entry does not look the same as Thomas the son.

I am sure you have found Thomas and Amelia marriage on the IGI, 3rd Dec 1822, Brampton. Amelia Philpot. (Submitted entry)
 
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Yeah i did find their marriage thanks.
So i can only assume that James was Thomas's brother, although when i looked on IGI i couldn't find a James Girling born Brampton, i found Thomas born 1795 parents Jonathan and Mary (Thrower), but no James, also found John born,1794 and Elizabeth born,1800, same parents, i'll keep looking for any more children.
Can you do me a great favour please, :) try and find James on the 1851 census, might get some clues there.

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