I have a chap who died in 1822. When his widow died 30-odd years later, she was recorded on her death certificate as the widow of a Beadle. However, on their daughter's marriage certificate, her father was recorded as a deceased plumber. The marriage certificate is the correct one as all other factors add up. Would it have been possible for a Beadle to have a second occupation? Could it have been a mistake on the part of whoever registered the marriage? The marriage certificate is a copy from the GRO. Should I try for one from the local Register Office to check it out? Opinions, please.