1865/6 was a tough year for Catherine, she buried Frederick Charles age 4 - 7/10/1865, Elison 11/2/1866 and then her father (I cannot find a burial for Joshua). When she married she must have been known, and her cirumstances known, by the officiating vicar (he buried her children), so why was her father's details left blank? A deliberate act or error? I see from the 1891 census she is in reciept of parish relief and in 1901 living at 2 Poor House, still with parochial relief. By 1911 she is living in three rooms of a house also occupied by David Loveless (age 53) and his wife Martha Ann. At least she outlived the rat that was Edmund/George. I do not see Ellen on the 1901 census, there is a possible marriage for her in 1907 Sept qtr Sturminster 5a 507 and I think from the 1911 census she marries Francis Eyres. Although all we have found is still circumstantial, I would lean toward Edmund and George Budden, Blacksmith being the one and the same person, we have found no evidence to show he is not. Have we done Catherine proud? Do we know more than she did? or is she looking down on us and laughing at our attempts to unravel her complicated life? One thing is for sure I bet she had no idea 100+ years on, strangers would be so enthralled with her life that they have spent many hours looking for her and trying to make sense of all the twists and turns she encountered desperately hoping that she did have some joy in her hard, sad life.