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1 "Ag Lab" [Agricultural Labourer] noted next to "Farm Servant". Apps, William (P489)
 
2 "Burnside daughter" Black, Helen (P738)
 
3 "eldest Bushdyke son" Black, William (I130)
 
4 "Emmerson was sentanced to two months' imprisonment, and to find sureties for twelve months; in case of failing to find sureties to be further imprisoned for six months." - "for being on land by night for the purpose of taking game." Emmerson, Isaac (P1665)
 
5 "Owing to complete lack of information regarding the Black who became a minister, and the fact that his elder brother had no male issue, it is necessary to reckon line of descent through John, second Liltie-co-kee son, who represents the second generation of Breich Water Blacks. His wife was Helen Steel, of Turnhigh, her grandfather having been a proscribed Covenanter in the reign of Charles II.

[...]

To John and Helen were born five sons and five daughters." 
Black (I420)
 
6 "Owing to complete lack of information regarding the Black who became a minister, and the fact that his elder brother had no male issue, it is necessary to reckon line of descent through John, second Liltie-co-kee son, who represents the second generation of Breich Water Blacks. His wife was Helen Steel, of Turnhigh, her grandfather having been a proscribed Covenanter in the reign of Charles II.

[...]

To John and Helen were born five sons and five daughters." 
Black (I421)
 
7 "second Liltie-co-kee son" Black, John (I113)
 
8 "third Bushdyke son" Black, James (I105)
 
9 18/06/2012 - order from GRO refunded after no death certificate could be found for a Mary Howells that died between 1867 and 1869 in Tredegar or Abedare.

24/05/2012 - order from GRO refunded after no death certificate could be found for a Mary Howells that died between 1864 and 1866 in Tredegar or Abedare.

Possible death:

Name: Age at Death (in years):
HOWELL, MARY 41 Order
GRO Reference: 1869 M Quarter in BEDWELLTY Volume 11A Page 87 
Jones, Mary (P828)
 
10 1939 Register suggests her maiden name was "Smith". Haywood, Dorothy (P977)
 
11 5 Jan 2013
Searched for a Thomas Hamilton born about 1778 in Lesmahagow. One is living at Boghead, Lesmahagow, however this is another Thomas Hamilton - his death certificate in 1860 states his parents were Andrew Hamilton and Jean Frame(?). 
Hamilton, Thomas (P796)
 
12 A John Emerson/Emmerson died aged 91/92 in 1838 and was buried in Fornham All Saints. Potentially a brother or cousin or William? The death notice also mentions he was the "father of Mr. James Emerson, builder, of this town" [Fornham St. Martin]. Emmerson, William (I347)
 
13 A son William baptised on the same day as Richard? https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J36X-SZR Family F523
 
14 According to a family tree on Ancestry, James was "Foreman for construction of the Stands at Lansdown Road Stadium" in Dublin, Ireland, and he "Built first covered stands at Landsdown Road". Doleman, James (I1839)
 
15 Alternative spelling Lochley. Lockley, Mary (P692)
 
16 Ann and children without father William in 1841:

Piece number 1196
Book number 8
Folio number 21
Page number 35

Waddams Pool, Dudley 
Ingram, Ann (I38)
 
17 Another William Morris was baptised in 1796 in Lowdham (about 2 miles from Hoveringham). The parents were Henry and Mary - so this William is possibly Abel's brother and William's uncle.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NBCY-WRN

Although no other record confirms William's father was Abel, William's year of birth throughout the census records is 1795 or 1796. His place of birth was recorded as Hoveringham in the 1851, 1861, 1871 and 1881 censuses.
 
Morris, William (P900)
 
18 Bert Ridley page on the Lives of The First World War website:

https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/3740061 
Ridley, Bertie "Bert" (P1620)
 
19 Bowbutts and Gilmourton on Ordnance Survey map:

http://goo.gl/YxYuH8 
Fleming, John (P729)
 
20 Could not find a burial on Seax in Colchester or Boxted. West Bergholt burials 1868-1977 are not available to view via Seax. Marshall, Harriet (P1319)
 
21 Date of birth provided by a descendant of Thomas. Banister, Thomas (P1328)
 
22 Daughter of Gavin Hamilton, farmer, and Agnes Hamilton, maiden surname Stiell. Agnes' parents were John Stiell and Martha Stiell, maiden surname Semple. Hamilton, Martha (I1897)
 
23 Daughter of Joseph Stevens, cab driver. Stevens, Barbara (P1339)
 
24 Daughter of Mr Waddell, of Crofthead. Waddell, Catherine (I430)
 
25 Dudley - the most unhealthy place to live in England:

http://www.blackcountrydiscovered.biz/the-most-unhealthy-place-to-live-in-england-2/ 
Pearce, William (I13)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P945)
 
27 fenlandphil's "PHIL's FAMILY TREE" on Ancestry.co.uk notes that Francis died on 11 Oct 1861 in The Risbridge Union Workhouse, Kedington, Suffolk, England.

Likely 1861 Census Entry:

First name(s) F
Last name N
Relationship Inmate
Marital status Widower
Gender Male
Age 73
Birth year 1788
Occupation Agricultural Labourer
Birth town Wickhambrook
Birth town as transcribed WICKHAMBROOK
Birth county Suffolk
Birth county as transcribed SUFFOLK
Birth place (other) England
Birth place other as transcribed -
House name Union Workhouse
Street Calford Green
Parish Kedington
City or borough -
County Suffolk
Country England
Municipal ward -
Parliamentary borough -
Hamlet Kedington
Registration district Risbridge
Enumeration district 6
Archive reference RG09
Piece number 1124
Folio number 144
Page number 41 
Nunn, Francis (P1083)
 
28 Five possible entries in Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire in the 1915 Scotland Valuation Rolls on Scotland's People. Gray, Thomas (P1700)
 
29 Forename recorded as "Lizzie J S" Swan, Eliza Jane (I1907)
 
30 Four baptisms of a "Mary Whatley" in St Denys, Warminster:

Mary Whatley
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 20 Feb 1708 ST. DENYS,? WARMINSTER,? WILTSHIRE,? ENGLAND
residence: Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
parents: Richard Whatley

Mary Whatley
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 20 Nov 1692 ST. DENYS,? WARMINSTER,? WILTSHIRE,? ENGLAND
residence: Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
parents: William Whatley

Mary Whatley
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 25 Feb 1728 St. Denys,? Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
residence: Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
parents: John Whatley,? Elizabeth

Mary Whatley
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 21 Aug 1704 St. Denys,? Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
residence: Warminster,? Wiltshire,? England
parents: John Whatley


https://familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=%2Bgivenname%3Amary~%20%2Bsurname%3Awhatley~%20%2Bbirth_place%3A%22ST.%20DENYS%2C%E2%80%8B%20WARMINSTER%2C%E2%80%8B%20WILTSHIRE%2C%E2%80%8B%20ENGLAND%22%20%2Bbirth_year%3A1670-1730~ 
Whatley, Mary (I257)
 
31 Four possible baptisms on Scotland's People

Date Surname Forename Parent Names Frame No. Sex Parish City/County GROS Data
01/05/1769 LINDSAY JANET WILLIAM LINDSAY/JANET YOUNG FR389 (FR389) F EAST KILBRIDE /LANARK 643/00 0020 0064
02/09/1770 LINDSAY JANET WILLIAM LINDSAY/ANN ALLAN FR397 (FR397) F EAST KILBRIDE /LANARK 643/00 0020 0072
07/04/1774 LINDSAY JANET WILLIAM LINDSAY/ F EAST KILBRIDE /LANARK 643/00 0020 0079
17/09/1775 LINDSAY JANET ALEXANDER LINDSAY/ F EAST KILBRIDE /LANARK 643/00 0020 0082 
Lindsay, Janet (I123)
 
32 George's father William didn't approve of his marriage Family F427
 
33 http://www.farmcollector.com/steam-traction/what-it-was-like-to-be-a-traction-engine-driver-in-england.aspx

What It Was Like To Be A Traction Engine Driver In England

Charles E. Hooker
July/August 1971 
Ridley, Alfred George (P1648)
 
34 Informant was Margaret's son, James Hamilton:

"J Hamilton

Son

Oaklands
Weaver Avenue
Rhyl
North Wales" 
Gray, Margaret "Maggie" (P1681)
 
35 Information from a relative: John married Harriet and the couple had around 14 children, two of which moved to Huddersfield, Yorkshire. Emmerson, John (I253)
 
36 Is Charles Lockley who married Eliza Dunklin/Dunckley the son of Samuel Lockley and Hannah Brindley? Samuel Lockley and his first wife Hannah Haley had a daughter Jane. Jane had an illegitimate daughter Mary. Mary married Richard Dunklin/Dunckley, Eliza's brother.

http://www.hamilton-family.co.uk/getperson.php?personID=I242&tree=tree1 
Family F93
 
37 Is Thomas Dunklin the son of Richard and Ann Dunckley?

http://www.hamilton-family.co.uk/getperson.php?personID=I537&tree=tree1

Likely baptism and parents marriage on FreeREG:

County Staffordshire
Place Darlaston
Church St. Lawrence
RegisterNumber
DateOfBirth
BaptismDate 21 Feb 1802
Forename Thomas
Sex M
FatherForename Richard
MotherForename Ann
FatherSurname DUNCKLEY
MotherSurname
Abode
FatherOccupation
Notes
FileNumber 28227

County Staffordshire
Place Wolverhampton
Church St Peters
RegisterNumber
MarriageDate 14 Jan 1799
GroomForename Richard
GroomSurname DUNCKLEY
GroomAge
GroomParish
GroomCondition Bachelor
GroomOccupation
GroomAbode
BrideForename Ann
BrideSurname LOWE
BrideAge
BrideParish
BrideCondition Spinster
BrideOccupation
BrideAbode
GroomFatherForename
GroomFatherSurname
GroomFatherOccupation
BrideFatherForename
BrideFatherSurname
BrideFatherOccupation
WitnessOneForename Ann
WitnessOneSurname MUMFORD
WitnessTwoForename Joseph
WitnessTwoSurname MEREADY
Notes Banns
FileNumber 28000 
Dunkley, Thomas (P1253)
 
38 Joseph Norris was a widower.

Witnesses: James and Esther Hobbs. 
Family F89
 
39 Likely baptism 1803 in Newark (FreeREG) - parents Benjamin and Phoebe.

A Phoebe Walker aged 70 can be found on the 1841 census in Newark, living with an Ellen Duckworth, aged 20. The only baptism in Newark for an Ellen Duckworth is Mary's daughter, born abt 1824. However Ellen Duckworth is listed on the same census with her parents, aged 15.

Benjamin and Phoebe Walker can be found on the Parish Burials on Find My Past - Benjamin in 1838, aged 64, and Phoebe in 1849, aged 78.

The baptism for Mary Walker could relate to another person - a Mary Walker married John Simnett in 1826 in Newark. The couple cannot be traced on the census records, and there doesn't appear to be a burial or a second marriage for this Mary.

A Benjamin Walker, cotton worker, and "Pheby" Hill married in 1802 in St Weburghs, Derbyshire: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N68V-6ZX 
Walker, Mary (P882)
 
40 Likely baptism https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NBSJ-LY2 Pearce, Richard (I49)
 
41 Likely baptism:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J73W-VV8 - Robert and Mary Knight. Siblings Abraham 1802, Charlotte 1805 (also baptised in Yarcombe) and possibly Elizabeth 1792, Charles 1796, Joel 1797 and John 1799 all baptised in Buckland St Mary, Somerset.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N56Z-L7N - Benjamin and Lydia Knight - this Sarah Knight married John Stone in Yarcombe in 1841

 
Knight, Sarah (P94)
 
42 Likely baptism: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N1M5-L8G Bryant, Eve Ann (P554)
 
43 Likely baptism: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NYK3-7YD

name: David Thomas
gender: Male
baptism/christening date: 06 Aug 1839
baptism/christening place: LLANYBLODWELL,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND
birth date: 30 Jul 1839
birthplace:
death date:
name note:
race:
father's name: David Thomas
father's birthplace:
father's age:
mother's name: Jane
mother's birthplace:
mother's age:
indexing project (batch) number: C01546-3
system origin: England-ODM
source film number: 429032
reference number: 
Thomas, David (P713)
 
44 Likely burial

First name(s) MARY
Last name NUNN
Birth year 1792
Death year 1851
Age 59
Burial year 1851
Burial day 21
Burial month 7
Place WICKHAMBROOK
Church description ALL SAINTS
Church denomination ANGLICAN
County Suffolk
Country England
Record set National Burial Index for England & Wales
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Deaths & burials
Collections from Great Britain 
Hust, Mary (P1085)
 
45 Likely burial 21 Feb 1779 in Reigate, Surrey, England. Ellis, Mary (I366)
 
46 Likely burial 21 Feb 1779 in Reigate, Surrey, England. Ellis, Mary (I366)
 
47 Likely burial 9 Mar 1796 Keyworth
http://www.keyworth-history.org.uk/parish-records/burials.htm 
Walker, John (I332)
 
48 Likely burial record:

Last name:Williams
First Name:Mary
County:Monmouthshire
Place / Parish:Nash
Age:49
Burial Year:1830
Burial Month:Feb
Burial Day:26
Died Year:
Died Month:
Died Day:
Fathers Forenames:
Mothers Forenames:
Husbands Forenames:
Page:7
Record source:Monmouthshire Burials - Transcripts
Data provider:Welsh Archive Services / Gwasanaethau Archifau Cymru 
Morgan, Mary (I510)
 
49 Likely burial record:

http://www.freereg.org.uk/cgi/SearchResults.pl?RecordType=Burials&RecordID=1428262 
Buck, Henry (I276)
 
50 Likely death

NUNN, MARY ANN 60 Order
GRO Reference: 1851 S Quarter in RISBRIDGE UNION Volume 12 Page 288 
Hust, Mary (P1085)
 

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