George Rayson Hudson

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  1. Eve

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    Hi
    I'm looking for George Rayson Hudson born in Glapthorne, Northants c1841

    He is with parents George & Jane in 1851
    HO107 piece 1746 folio 481 page 9

    and marries Mathida in 1864 but I can't find him in 1861 or either of them in 1871

    I wonder if anyone else might have better luck ?

    Many thanks

    Lesley
     
  2. Jellylegs

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    1871 RG10/1501/14/21 FMP has them transcribed as HADSON and his middle initial K
     
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    Thanks Jelly

    That was quick - I thought I tried everything but obviously not !

    Brilliant
    Thanks x
     
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    Afraid I can't see him in 1861 :(

    Maybe he was with his parents or his elder brother James but missed off the census.
     
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    Birth registration:
    George Rayson HUDSON, Oundle registration district, June quarter 1840, volume 15, page 304.

    You should also be able to find him on the 1841 census. :)
     
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    1841 census of Glapthorn (HO107/812//7, folio 6, page 7):

    George HUDSON 30 Carpenter
    Jane do 30
    James do 6
    John do 3
    George do 1

    All born in the county.

    Janet
     
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    Thank you ladies. My you are early birds !
     
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    And in case you do not have this information already (from Northamptonshire Marriage Index 1700-1837):

    6 October 1834 at Deene George HUDSON of Great Giddin, Hunts, bachelor & Jane BOWATER of Deenethorpe, spinster.

    Janet
     
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    Thanks Janet, I had the marriage, but it's always good to have another citation

    Lesley x
     
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    I popped over to Glapthorne church this morning to have a wander round the graveyard and found the following HUDSON graves:

    Eleanor, died March 25th 1910 in her 91st year
    Charles, died June 4th 1893. aged 75
    Ann, died July 19th 1890, aged 67
    Thomas, died June 14th 1891, aged 83
    Emily, died September 29th 1869, aged 11
    Charlotte, died October 1st 1869, aged 13
    William, died February 18th 1847, aged 84
    Ann, died October 12th 1857 (couldn't read the age)
    Thomas, died April 4th 1839, aged 71
    Mary, died March 30th 1847, aged 75

    I will write up the full MIs and email them to you with photographs of the graves and also a couple of St Leonards church.

    I don't know if any of them could be yours, but Glapthorne is a very small village - just the church, not even a pub or shop - so it might be worth hanging on to them.... just in case ;)
     
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    Ooooooh that's great, thanks Jan you're a marvel.
    I shall try to see if I can fit some of them into my tree.
    Many thanks
    Lesley x
     
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    Email sent. :)
     
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    And email gratefully received thank you

    Wow you have been busy,what wonderful photos and so many! I don't care whether they are "mine" or not - I'm claiming them ! But, like you, I am sure they must link in somewhere. You have done all that hard work, now I have to do my bit and fit them all together.

    What a great forum this is. I just have to mention a lost family member and next thing I not only have his whereabouts, but pictures of his village church and gravestones of half his family!
    Thanks Jan and thanks Top Dog x
     
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    This might help clarify things:

    From Northamptonshire Baptismal Index 1751-1812:

    5 October 1761 at Glapthorn William HUDSON son of William & Hannah
    21 February 1768 at Glapthorn Thomas HUDSON son of William & Hannah

    From Northamptonshire Marriage Index 1700-1837:

    7 November 1791 at Glapthorne William HUDSON & Ann ALWINCKLE, both of the parish. There is also a Bishops Transcripts entry for the same couple in 1791 at Cotterstock (Ann's surname spelled ALDWINCKLE)

    12 February 1794 at Glapthorn Thomas HUDSON & Mary PALMER, both of the parish

    Janet
     
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    Glapthorne to Cotterstock = less than 2 miles and is about the same size. :)

    Interestingly, there is the village of Aldwinckle (now spelled Aldwincle) about 7 miles south of Glapthorne.
     
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    A bit more background information from Northamptonshire Baptismal Index 1751-1812:

    3 August 1760 at Glapthorn Anne ALDWINKLE daughter of William & Mary baptised

    7 November 1773 at Glapthorn Mary PALMER daughter of William & Katherine baptised

    Janet
     
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    Oh my goodness! I saw PALMERs over there when I visited the graveyard. There might have been a couple of ALDWINKLEs as well. Another pootle round is required, methinks! :)
     
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    Pootled over to Deene this morning, but the gravestones are far too weathered to read properly.
    But on the way back from Deene, I popped into Glapthorne again. ;)

    Found the following gravestones:
    Jane PALMER, died May 3rd 1900, aged 64
    David PALMER, died April 20th 1901, aged 70
    William PALMER, died January 12th 1899, aged 66
    Sarah PALMER, died March 6th 1915, aged 78
    Lilian Emily PALMER, died March 8th 1931, aged 66
    Edward PALMER, died July 26th 1934, aged 71

    I will email full details and photographs to you later. :)
     
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    Wonderful how people are willing to give up their time to help others in this way - well done Jan!
     
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    Thank you so much Jan - you have come up trumps yet again.
    I really appreciate your hard work and interest.
    I now cannot get out of my head the image of you "pootling" !
    thanks again
    Lesley x
     
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