Forgive me, this is rather long but I felt needed backups. I have found I believe a small inconsistancey in a Baptism.Not a great concern but I wanted to include it in my Legacy file if possible. The Baptism I found for a birth in 1880 is this one:- Name: Alfred Lowman - plumber- 26 Nutford Place. Record Type: Baptism Baptism Date: 24 Oct 1880 Baptism Place: St Marylebone St Luke, Westminster, England Father: Henry Lowman Mother: Ella Lowman Register Type: Parish Registers. ................ facts:Mother's Maiden Surname: LOWMAN, ALFRED x GILBERT GRO Reference: 1880 M Quarter in MARYLEBONE Volume 01A Page 609 Marriages Jun 1876 Lowman Henry + Gilbert Hannah Marylebone 1a-1025 Henry - a plumber .... LOWMAN, HENRY RICHARD WILLIAM x GILBERT GRO Reference: 1878 M Quarter in MARYLEBONE Volume 01A Page 580 Born 25 Dec. 1877 Bapt'd 27 Jan 1878 St. Luke, Nutford Place. Henry a plumber 26 Nutford Place ........ https://www.stmarylebone.org/images...p_of_parishes_carved_out_of_St_Marylebone.pdf ................ Name: Anna Lowman Spouse: Henry Lowman Child: Sarah Amy Lowman b.12 Aug. 1883, Bapt'd..9 Sep. 1883 St. Lukes, Marylebone ......... 1901- RG13; Piece: 110; Folio: 57; Page: 1 Alfred-electrician, wireman `1891- RG12; Piece: 96; Folio: 136; Page: 30 -builder's foreman -Knutford Place 1881- RG11; Piece: 148; Folio: 26; Page: 45 26 Nutford Place -Plumber ....... 1903 marriage Name: Alfred Lowman -electrician Gender: Male Marriage Age: 23 Record Type: Marriage Birth Date: abt 1880 Marriage Date: 29 Jul 1903 Marriage Place: St Marylebone, Westminster, England Father: Henry Lowman -now a builder Spouse: Alice Maud Sandford Register Type: Parish Register --------------- 1920 Knutford place. ---------- 1939 I believe this couple are boarding house keepers in Margate, Kent. ages a bit fudges so cannot be positive. ========== A Henry Lowman married Ellen Mary Ann Godwin in 1973- she was later listed as Mary Ann in censuses. ............ Back to the query, has there been an error in Baptism notes or am I in error? p.s. Henry's Mother was I think Sarah.