Logic is defying me with several Walker marriages from the 1840s/50s. It all started with a Census record for a couple I assumed were Thomas Walker and Mary Smith with children Caroline, Hannah and George in 1861, with a mother-in-law Susannah Price. Reg dist. Penkridge Sub-reg. Brewood ED 11 HSN 10 Pce 1981 Folio 5 p3 Household Members Thomas Walker 38 Mary Walker 28 Caroline Walker 7 Hannah Walker 5 George Walker 7/12 Susannah Price 70 And I thought "Why are the children registered with MMN Smith when it seems their mother was nee Price?" I tried to find children named Walker with MMN Price in the same area and dates but none really fitted. From FamilySearch: Thomas Walker Marriage 8 Apr 1855 Place: Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England Parish: St Peter Residence North Street Spouse Mary Smith Spouse Residence North Street Spouse's Father John Smith Affiliate Image Identifier: D3928/7 also in FreeBMD. Walsall V6b p526 This seems to be the marriage of Thomas and Mary, giving Mary's father as John Smith, so where does Susannah Price come into it? I can't find a 2nd marriage for Susannah and most trees say Thomas Walker's wife was Mary Price. Rather confusing! Who is who?