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English marriage

Hello,

I'm trying to find the marriage about 1892 of Annie BARRACLOUGH to Thomas KAYE. So far I can't find it anywhere in England. I've tried KAY and KAYE and with and without Tom or Thomas with Ann or Annie or without given name.

KAYE, Tom Herbert Head Married M 44 1867 Accountant Huddersfield Yorkshire
KAYE, Annie Wife F 39 1872 Huddersfield Yorkshire

Thanks.

Regards,

Dave
 
Hi Dave,

The Tom Herbert marriage in Huddersfield in 1891 looks like the right one. Even though Annie isnt on the index there is a Annie Barraclough vol 9a page 555 district Huddersfield, Dec 1/4, year 1891.
 
Hello Julie,

Thanks. :) The page number on the original image for Tom is 555 - the tops are flat so all three are a 5 and none of them are a 6. And one male missing on the index with Annie.

Regards,

Dave
 
Hi Dave

The Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser (West Yorkshire, England), Saturday, October 10, 1891; pg. 8; Issue 7548. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

MARRIAGE
KAYE – BARRACLOUGH – On the 6th inst., at St.
Stepehen’s Church, Rashcliffe, by the Rev. B. J.
Holmes, M.A., vicar of Christ Church, Newmill, Mr.
Tom Herbert Kaye, of Newmill, to Miss Annie
Barraclough, of Wood Top, Primrose Hill.

cheers
crankypants
 
Hi Dave

1911 U.K Census

Civil Parish: Lindley cum Quarmby
Registration District: Huddersfield
Sub District: Lockwood
Address: 154 Reinwood Road

KAYE, Tom Herbert Head Married M 44 1867 Accountant Public Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, Annie Wife (Married 19 years) F 39 1872 Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, James Barraclough Son Single M 18 1893 Accountant Clerk Newmill Yorks
KAYE, Dorothea Elizabeth Daughter Single F 14 1897 Student Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, Mabel Kathleen Daughter Single F 11 1900 Scholar Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, George Herbert Son Single M 7 1904 Scholar Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, Roger Baker Son Single M 4 1907 Huddersfield Yorks
KAYE, Susie Marie Daughter Single F 1 1910 Huddersfield Yorks
BARRACLOUGH, James Father In Law Widower M 76 1835 Retired Cabinet Maker Huddersfield Yorks
LIDMAN, Florence Servant Married 14 years F 29 1882 Domestic Servant Halifax Yorks

cheers
crankypants
 
Hello crankypants,

:) Thanks. :)

Eliza must have died just before the census:

Deaths Mar 1911
BARRACLOUGH Eliza 77 Huddersfield 9a 203


Regards,

Dave
 
Hello crankypants,

Please see if you have any luck finding these in the newspaper archive.

Marriages Sep 1859
Barraclough James Huddersfield 9a 270
Scott Eliza Huddersfield 9a 270

Marriages Sep 1861 Lancashire
BARRACLOUGH Benjamin Ashton 8d 703
Smith Mary Ashton 8d 703

Thanks.

EDIT: I'll look them up when I get my NLA Readers card in about 2 weeks. :)

Regards,

Dave
 
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Hello crankypants,

Thanks for telling me the NLA had access to The Gale Collection. What a great site and so much easier to use than NLA's Trove. I love being able to choose only the Births, Marriages & Deaths section of the page.

I didn't find either marriage. :(

Regards,

Dave
 
Hi Dave

Fantastic hey :)

19th Century British Library Newspapers PART 2 was added back in May.

You might have some luck with the KILNER family. It was before May when we last visited them.

I've got my page to search all rather than individual papers.
British Newspapers 1600-1900
17-18th Century Burney Collection Newspapers
19th Century British Library Newspapers
19th Century British Library Newspapers Part 2

I rarely use this paper but keep your eye on (19th Century UK Periodicals) which has The Friend of India (Calcutta, India). re the REVETT name.

cheers
crankypants
 
Hello crankypants,

Yes, fantastic. :D

Yes, I tried individual and all depending what I was looking for.

I noticed a few on the hit list came up with errors when you clicked on them but if you view the page you can find what you searched for. I prefer the green highlight too.

Ok, one day I'll go through the KILNERS and the HIRST connected to them.

Regards,

Dave
 
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