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WILMOT families in Hanham

DaveHam9

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Hello,

Looking for WILMOT, WILLMOT, WILMOTT, WILLMOTT in 1841.

Bitton / Siston / Oldland / Hanam, Gloucester and Kingswood, Bristol and Keynsham, Somerset

Ann WILMOT c. 10 Jun 1792 St George's Bristol
Thomas & Elizabeth


Ann WILMOT c. 5 Sep 1802 Hanham
Age - 9 years
Daughter of Giles & Betty


Daniel Peacock (Bachelor of this parish) & Ann Wilmot (Spinster of this parish)
10th November 1820 at Bitton, St Mary - Banns

1841
HO107/piece 361 bk 16 f 50 p 3
Civil parish Bitton
RD Keynsham
Sub RD Bitton
ED 9a
Daniel Peacock age 50 occ fish monger
Ann Peacock age 49


Thanks.

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Hi Dave,

There are loads of Wilmotts and variations around those areas.

Marriage

Giles Willmott
Betty Britton
St Marys Ch Bitton
25 Aug 1782

This Giles maybe a son of Giles and Betty

CP Bitton

Giles Wimot age 45 coal m
Hannah Wilmot age 40
Thomas Wilmott age 15
Giules Wilmott age 10
Ann Wilmott age 12
Geo Wilmott age 10
John Wilmott age 8
Elizth Wilmott age 6
Hester Wilmott age 3
 

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Hello Julie,

Thanks for looking.

Was hoping some very OLD ones might still be alive in 1841 such as a Giles or Betty who married in 1782 or George.

I can't find a baptism for the Giles in 1841.

It can wait a bit longer. I've ordered a copy of Ann's death certificate. I hope it's worth getting.

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Dave
 
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Thomas Wilmot married Dinah Britton - 1 Nov 1807 - St Philip and St Jacob, Bristol.

Wonder if this is Elizabeth Wilmot

1841 - CP St Philip and St Jacob

Elizabeth Welman (Wilmot) age 70 ind
Henry Welman (Wilmot) age 30 occ commercial traveller
 

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Hello Julie,

Thanks.

Yes, it seems there are several late baptisms and several births years before parents actually married involving different families at that time in the area of Bitton.

The death certificate may not answer the question of Ann's parents. I may not be able to go back one more generation and I may not be able to find her siblings.

IF her parents were Thomas & Elizabeth then there is one more:

Elizabeth c. 25 Sep 1789 St George's Bristol, Gloucester, England



Daniel Peacock (Bachelor of this parish) & Ann Wilmot (Spinster of this parish)
10th November 1820 at Bitton, St Mary - Banns

Just because it says 'of this parish' does not mean Ann was born in the parish. Does not mean her father has to be Giles. Although Hanham fits very nicely IF this is spouse Daniel:

Daniel Peacock - 2nd March 1794 at Hanham
Age - 2 years
Son of Isaac & Hannah


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Hello Julie,

From the Bitton Families site:



I am researching the following families in the Bitton area - OLLIS, HOLCOMBE/OAKHAM, [COLOR="Blue"]WILMOTT[/COLOR], LONG, STONE, BRYANT, HARRIS, BROWN, [COLOR="blue"]PEACOCK[/COLOR], BRAIN and PANELL. The OLLIS and WILMOTT families are my main research interests and I am always looking for more evidence for and information about the origins of the various immigrant brassworking families (including the OLLIS family) as it has not yet been properly established from where they came or precisely when.

I'll send an email off today.

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Dave
 
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