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Hannah LLOYD

DaveHam9

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Hello,

Looking for the marriage of George LLOYD & Hannah SIMMONS

Daughter Hannah b. 25 Feb 1814 ? London ? I can't find that either.

Name: John Bale
Spouse Name: Hannah Lloyd
Record Type: Marriage
Event Date: 14 Jul 1833
Parish: St James, Piccadilly, Westminster
County: Middlesex
Borough: Westminster
Witnesses- John Crawford + ? ? ? Greenacre

John & Hannah have not been found in 1841 census.

They left England for Australia in 1849.

Arrived on 'Chaseley' 1 May 1849 IMM/112 4 Z1957 M1696 to Brisbane

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Hi Dave

I am having trouble finding any info on George Lloyd to Hannah Simmons.

Do you know of a child on the IGi submitted record of a Robert Bale son of John and Hannah Bale born Praed Street, Paddington.

I might know why they might not be on the 1841 census. If they were in Paddington in 1841 then they will be missing as the 1841 census returns for Paddington have not survived unfortunately.

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Hello Ben,

Thanks for looking.

Yes I have been told by a descendent that they were living in Praed street but since that area is missing from the 1841 census I don't know where that information came from. I have the BALE children. It was Hannah's birth/baptism date I wanted to confirm. Again, it was supplied without source being quoted.

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Hello,

Assuming the IGI submitted entry is correct and that Hannah, daughter of George LLOYD and Hannah SIMMONS, was baptised in London on 25 Feb 1814, is there any sign of George's marriage to Hannah or of any other children?

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