According to the 1841 and 1851 England Census, Amaziah was born around 1828 in Northamptonshire, possibly Nutton. He is reported to be living in Wolverton, Buckinghamshire on both Censuses. In 1852 he married Jemima Cox in Potterspury (Jun Vol 3b page 69). They had 6 children, starting with Ebenezer in 1853, with him properly registered in the GRO: MILLWARD, EBENEZER WILLIAM COX GRO Reference: 1853 D Quarter in POTTERSPURY Volume 03B Page 36 In 1871 he appears in the Census along with wife Jemima and all 6 of his children and in 1885 he died in Potterspury. My problem: Where is Amaziah's birth record and who were his parents? I speculated that his parents might be either Hannah Hoxworth and Isaac Millward who married 29 Feb 1824 in the Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England; FHL 1545584 OR Hannah Stubbs and Joseph Millward who married in 1825 in Sedgley, Staffordshire- from the A-site. But there is no document tying Amaziah to either couple that I can find (Wikitree, FamilySearch, A-site, FreeReg) nor an extensive Google prowl. Perhaps his parents were evangelizing in the Americas and just parked him in Bucks with relatives?? As for Ebenezer - he appears in the 1891 Census with his mother Jemima and a daughter, Winifred Annie Millward, apparently born in 1881 who has a FreeBMD record but no GRO- so we can't discover her mother. In 1901 Ebenezer suddenly moves to Brighton, has a wife, whom I believe to be Elizabeth Mole, and a new daughter named Gladys Elizabeth Ruth Millward (mmn Mole), born 1896. The eldest daughter has married a Mr Gidman and started a family. But where is the marriage between Ebenezer Millward and Elizabeth Mole? Ebenezer has 1 more daughter (Hilda Martha) in 1903 with Elizabeth before the 1911 Census. Then Ebenezer died in 1931 in Brighton and Elizabeth in 1944. Ebenezer had an intriguing set of professions- first a Roof Slater then an Assurance Agent [?]. He's worse than me!