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Hilstow House or Stilstow House Holbeach

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County Lincolnshire
Place Holbeach
Church All Saints
RegisterNumber 2221
BurialDate 6 Jul 1837
Forename Sarah
Relationship
Rel1MaleForename
Rel1FemaleForename
Rel1Surname
Surname LOITERTON
Age 57
Abode Hilstow House
Notes ceremony performed by Robert Carruthers
FileNumber 13442

1841
HO107 Piece/Book 608/4 Folio 5 Page 3
Civil Parish: Holbeach
Hundred: Elloe
County: Lincolnshire
Registration District: Holbeach
Sub-RD: Holbeach
ED: 10
Address: Stilstow House
Richard Marshal 30 Ag Lab Y
Elizabeth Marshal 25 Y
Sarah Marshal 3 Y
George Marshal 1 Y
Thos. Loiterton 55 N
 

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Tree has Stilstow for her burial but Hilstow here again.

County Lincolnshire
Place Holbeach
Church All Saints
RegisterNumber 2221
BurialDate 6 Jul 1837
Forename Sarah
Relationship
Rel1MaleForename
Rel1FemaleForename
Rel1Surname
Surname LOITERTON
Age 57
Abode Hilstow House
Notes ceremony performed by Robert Carruthers
FileNumber 13442
 

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I've seen the census images too and I can't say either way.

Richard Marshall married Elizabeth Loiterton. He father Thomas is said to have had a relationship with an Elizabeth Tongue in that house.

I'll google that name now.

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Edward Tongue Pearson Loiterton
Bap 19 Jun 1816, Holbeach, Lincoln, England
Parents = Thomas Loiterton & Elizabeth

Thomas married Sarah in 1807 and Sarah died in 1837.

So it would seem the above was not Sarah's child.
 

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There's quite a bit of material re. Holbeach; read through a few pieces, nothing leaping out, I suspect there will be something as there is some interesting history to the area.

Geoff
 

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