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Susan Elizabeth Peach - 1869. Coleshill, Warks.


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Hi folks. I've got my self cross eyed and totally confused. Need fresh eyes and thoughts to try and sort her and her hubby out.

Here's what I think I've found, so bear with me.:rolleyes:

Susan Elizabeth Peach was baptised(IGI)24 Jan 1869, in Coleshill, by her mother Maria Peach. (Birth reg is 1868. Meriden, Warks.)

Maria Peach married John Moult in 1872 - Aston, Warwickshire(B'Ham).

John Moult was born c 1842 @ Middleton, Warks.

In 1881 census, Susan E. Peach in now Susan E Moult, understandably.:rolleyes:

Susan E. Moult married William Joseph Hives/Ives in 1915. Wandsworth.

William Joseph Hives/Ives was born c1868 Battersea, London. Not found after 1891. When he is living with Susan and daughter, Dorcas Ives/Hives, c1890. Wimbledon.

Dorcas Ives/Hives shows up in 1901 as Grandaughter to George Brown(1854. Wimbledon) and Dorcas Brown(1851. Oxfordshire). Living in South Wimbldon.

Dorcas Ives/Hives married Charles Henry Williams in 1907. Kingston, Surrey.

In 1911 she is living with Dorcas Hives 1835. Lower Heyford, Oxon. (She married William Ives/Hives in 1857. Thornton, Bucks.)

Dorcas Ives(1835) is lost after 1871.

But her hubby William Ives/Hives b.1836. Hogston(Hoggesden), Bucks is found through all the census.

In 1911, William Ives/Hives is in Tooting Home, for the Infirm and aged,(Inmate), and in 1901 he is living with his daughter Ann Duke(nee.Ives/Hives) c1858. Thornborough, Bucks.


1). Where was Susan E. Peach/Moult, in 1871 & 1901. (Down as being born Lower Heyford in 1911)

2). Where was Dorcas Ives/Hives(nee. Horwood)(1835. Lower Heyford)), in 1881,1891 & 1901 census.

3). Where was William Joseph Ives/Hives from 1891 to 1915.**

If you can make sense of any of this, and can help........please do.:2fun::2fun:


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