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Margaret FARMER

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Marriages Dec 1843 Stepney 2 486
DAVIS Alexander & FARMER Margaret

1851
HO107 Piece 1599 Folio 157 Page 21
Civil Parish: The Foreign of Reigate
Eccl. parish: Winchester
County: Surrey
Registration District: Reigate
Sub-RD: Reigate
ED: 6a
No of Schedule: 76
Address: Reigate Heath
Alex Davis Head Mar 38 Printer Tower Hill
Margrett Davis Wife Mar 29 Printer Wife Stepney
Alexander Davis Son 6 Camberwell Surrey
Simeon Davis Son 2 Blackheath Kent
Joseph Davis Son 9mo Reigate Surrey
Margret Davis Dau 4 Sydenham Kent
Caroline Aldridge Servant Unm 21 House Servant Commercial Road London

Looking for Margaret's parents and for the above Davis family in 1861.

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Can't see the family in 1861.

Margaret Farmer baptised 25 March 1822 Stepney parents Thomas and Ann. They all appear together in Stepney in 1841 Census.
 

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Thanks emeltee.


Arrival 1851 - 1861 ??

Vic. Death 1871 DAVIS Alexander 58 - Thomas - Mary UNK - b. LONDON d. Vic. #2187

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) - Tue 28 Mar 1871 p.4
DEATHS
DAVIS.-On the 25th inst., Alexander Davis, poundkeeper Prahran, late of the Minories, London, aged 58 years. Home papers please copy.
 
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Not found on assisted list to Vic. 1851 - 1871 or to NSW.

Knowing Margaret's father was Thomas has not helped find her death in Vic. index.
 
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April 1871
From Margaret Pummeroy, daughter of
the late Mr. Alexander Davis, intimating
that in consequence of the heavy expenses
connected with Mr. Davis's protracted ill-
ness, his relatives were unable satisfy the
demands, and soliciting assistance from the
council. The letter was left over for con-
sideration at next meeting.

Vic.
PUMMEROY William John
Marriage
DAVIS Margaret
1865
2596/1865
 

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