It is time I 'dusted off' and tied up the few loose ends on this family. Here is what we know: 1] William Green and Ann Wise were both born in Potterspury. William was baptised 24 November 1816 and Ann was baptised 15 January 1815. They were married in Potterspury 2 August 1836. They baptised 7 children [all girls] between 1836 and 1855. William's occupation was variously described on the baptisms as either a Sawyer or a Labourer. William died in Potterspury Jul-Sep q. 1857 [vol. 3B page 19] and Ann died in Potterspury Oct-Dec q. 1858 [vol. 3B page 23]. 2] The 7 children and their dates of baptism: Caroline - 25 December 1836 Mary - 6 January 1839 Susan - 11 September 1842 Charlotte - 30 March 1845 Elizabeth - 16 May 1847 Louisa - 23 September 1849. Emma - 18 February 1855 Census references: 1841 - H0107, Piece 796, Book 11, Folio 7, Page 8 1851 - H0107, Piece 1737, Folio 54, Page 26. 3] What became of the children? Caroline married Reuben Roddis Oct-Dec q. 1856 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 93]. 1861 census - RG9, Piece 928, Folio 29, Page 53. Caroline died Oct-Dec q. 1861 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 22]. Mary married Joseph Meakins Jul-Sep q. 1858 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 59]. 1861 census - RG9, Piece 928, Folio 47, Page 12. Joseph was an Ag. Lab. and they had a 4 year old son Jesse. Shortly after the 1861 census, they baptised a daughter - Ann - 3 June 1861. 1871 census - RG10, Piece 1476, Folio 58, Page 23 - the family with just the 2 children and Joseph. Mary died Apr-Jun q. 1871 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 18]. Charlotte can be found in the 1861 census - RG9, Piece 928, Folio 51, Page 19 - living with Jane Shelton and her 19 year old son. She was a 15 year old Lace Maker. She married William Gear July-Oct q. 1863 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 49]. Her life was 'rocky' and William was in and out of jail. He was a drinker and was also violent. 2 children were baptised - Caroline 29 September 1857 and William 21 June 1868. In 1869, her husband was sentenced to 5 years in jail for Assault. In the Jan-Mar q. 1871 Charlotte gave birth to and lost a daughter named Beatrice Alice - baptised 14 February 1871 - while living at the Union Workhouse. The birth and death was registered vol. 3b page 31 - [birth] and vol.3b page 25 - [death]. William was released in March 1874 and returned to Potterspury. A son - Joseph Henry - was born Oct-Dec q. 1874 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 32] and baptised 30 May 1875. On 27 December 1875, Charlotte was a witness at the wedding of Eliza Gear [sister of William] and violence occurred when it became 'known' that Charlotte had given birth and baptised a child while William was in jail. Charlotte left William- but not sure if her daughter [Caroline] went with her or stayed with relatives in Potterspury. Charlotte has not been found in 1881 census [not surprising] and in 1891 census - RG12, Piece 2601, Folio 53, Page 11 - she is working as a domestic servant in Eastville, Lincolnshire and died 14 May 1837. The 3 children have all been accounted for and her husband died in 1889. Now for the 3 other children - and these are where I need to tie up loose ends. Firstly: Susan can be found in 1861 census - RG9, Piece 928, Folio 61, Page 40 - and is an 18 year old Lace Maker. In Apr-Jun q. 1862 in Potterspury [vol. 3b page 44] she married Jacob Meakins. A daughter - Mary Ann - was baptised 21 December 1862. There was a Mary Ann Meakins buried 29 October 1867 - an 8 day old Infant - daughter of William and Susan that I have eliminated. There is a possibility that Jacob and Susan may have moved to West Ham but I have yet to confirm. Next: Elizabeth , Louisa and Emma all appear to be inmates of the Union Workhouse in Yardley Gobion in 1861 census - RG9, Piece 928, Folio 95, Page 27. Elizabeth is enumerated as 'Betsey' 13 years old, Louisa is 11 and Emma is 6. I cannot find them with any degree of certainty after 1861.