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Freeman-Willson-Barber

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Sound like a firm of solicitors :2fun:

Sarah Freeman married Edward Willson 16th Oct 1833 Ely Cambridgeshire
They had five children Mahala b1834, Sarah b 1836 Thomas b c1838 Freeman b c1839 and John b c1840.


I have baptisms for Mahala and Sarah but not the three boys
I'm also looking for a death for Edward.

1841 census

Name: Sarah Wilson
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1816
Gender: Female
Where born: Cambridgeshire, England
Civil Parish: Soham
Hundred: Staploe
County/Island: Cambridgeshire
Registration district: Newmarket
Sub-registration district: Soham

Name Age
Sarah Wilson 25
John Wilson 5
Freeman Wilson 2
Mahala Wilson 7
Sarah Wilson 6

Sarah then married William Barber 18 Oct 1842 Stauntney Cambridgeshire and had four more children.

Many thanks

Amanda
 
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Hi Amanda

Something for starters..

Soham Baps:
5 May 1839 Freeman s/o Edward & Sarah Wilson of Soham, Fen farmer.

Geoff
 
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