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I suppose, if in doubt, leave it out.
It's easy enough to direct people to the source of information. :reading:
Although, don't take the 1939 Register birth dates as proof. I've had two incorrect birth years already today. :sceptical:
Happy Birthday Looby. <|:)
Ah well. :headbang:
Perhaps there was another one, that the family didn't know about? Certainly with my grandma there were at least two extra siblings that no one...
Happy Birthday Barb - hope you're having a lovely day! <|:)
Mm, I understood it as sugar beet. I use a lot of it, and then, as now, I imagine it was an important footstuff for livestock and working horses....
Going back to the 'next door Wilsons' in 1841 #23, there is a baptism in Leyland for a John Wilson, 1812, father Richard. Haven't found him yet,...
Moi aussi. :sceptical:
I found Ann Hesketh's death last night and was about to post details when I got interrupted. I'd noted the other Hesketh child in the 1841 census...
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There's a baptism for a William Hesketh, mother Ann, a 'singlewoman' in Leyland, 1840.
(GRO ref for that is likely to be 1840 Q1 Chorley 21 378)....
That's what I was thinking. Strange that William should be from Leyland and both Richard and Betty are from Blackpool area.
There's a William Hesketh b. 1840 living in Golden Hill, Leyland in 1841.
HO107, piece 526, book 13, folio 45, pg 2.
Is this William with his...
Apologies, Sally-Ann... I'm looking at the 1851 at Layton, not '41.
As you say, William's surname is Wilson in the 1841 census at Layton. Hmm.
Separate names with a comma.