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MAKINS family

DaveHam9

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Hello cp,

Marriages Dec 1889
Makins Thomas Spencer Hampstead 1a 1206
Naunton Maria Charlotte Hampstead 1a 1206

Thomas Spencer MAKINS b. 1866 Islington, London
Maria Charlotte NAUNTON b. 1863 Buntingford, Hertfordshire

Births Dec 1898
MAKINS Annie Eveline E Havant 2b 395

I'd like a look up for the family in 1901 please.

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Hi Dave

1901
Civil parish: Bedhampton
Ecclesiastical parish: St Thomas
County/Island: Hampshire
Country: England
Registration district: Havant
Sub-registration district: Havant
Address: 1, Brook Villas, Bedhampton
MAKIN, Thomas S Head Married M 35 1866 Engine Fitter London
MAKIN, Maria C Wife Married F 38 1863 Buntingford Cambridgeshire
MAKIN, Thomas E Son M 10 1891 London
MAKIN, James S Son M 8 1893 London
MAKIN, William H Son M 7 1894 West Molesey Surrey
MAKIN, John J Son M 6 1895 West Molesey Surrey
MAKINS, Richard N Son M 5 1896 Bedhampton Hampshire
MAKINS, Annie E Daughter F 2 1899 Bedhampton Hampshire
NAUNTON, Margeret J M Niece F 4 1897 Bedhampton Hampshire
NAUNTON, Lily E J Sister-In-Law Single F 26 1875 London
GOVER, Edmund Boarder Widower M 51 1850 Gardener (Domestic) Bedhampton Hampshire


London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921
Name: Thomas Spencer Makins
Age: 23
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1866
Spouse Name: Maria Charlotte Naunton
Spouse Age: 26
Record Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 08 Dec 1889
Parish: St John, Hampstead
County: Middlesex
Borough: Camden
Father Name: Thomas Spencer Makins
Spouse Father Name: Edwin Naunton

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Hello cp,

Thanks.

Annie E ended up in Australia. She married a BARRACLOUGH in 1919 IN ENGLAND :D

I have a copy of the 1919 marriage at St Giles.

I don't have her arrival yet. YES I do. They arrived back in 1922. :D Married.

The following people with the same last name travelled on this voyage: -
Mrs Annie Evelyn BARRACLOUGH age 23
Peter Naunton BARRACLOUGH age 2
Ship: NESTOR

Now I know where the middle name Naunton comes from.


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Dave
 
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:D Scarry you are disussing my family here - Annie was my dads cousin and yes the family lived in Bedhampton and please note that the name has an s on all of the Makins entries, not to be confused with Makin from further north in England.

I do have a copy of the family tree researched by a family memeber in Tasmania, kindly sent to me from Oz.

I have just been to Torksey in Lincolnshire and noted all the gravestones at the village church there.

Hence today I have started to see what else is on the net. A much larger amount than when I looked 4 years ago. Please do reply as I believe I have a good idea who you are !

Diane
 

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Hello Diane,

Not too scary I hope ;) and welcome to FHUK.


Yes, but sometimes transcribers leave the S off the name.

My great grandmother is a BARRACOUGH so that's the connection. I was just filling in a few gaps on a limb of my tree. I also wondered where the middle name Naunton came from so now I know. The BARRACLOUGHs liked to add such middle names Askham and Armitage which helped me get to an earlier generation in the tree.

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Dave
 
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