A Selena Golly age 12 is in the 1841 census with my 3X Great-grandparents William and Mary and several siblings - H0107, Piece 145, Book 2, Folio 36, Page 14. Gorran, Cornwall. She is still there in 1851 - but with no siblings - H0107, Piece 1908, Folio 167, Page 8 - but has who I presume [not yet confirmed] is her daughter - Rebecca age 4. In March 1852, Selena dies and is buried in Gorran 14 March 1852. In the 1861 census William and Mary have another Grand-daughter living with them aged 9 - RG9, Piece 1550, Folio 134, Page 3. This little girl's birth was registered April 1852 - vol.5c page 153. I believe this was also Selena's child and she [Selena] died in childbirth. Looking for potential baptisms the only one that fits is - Selena Barker Golly in Gorran, 24 November 1833. She was born 4 years earlier on 27 June 1829 - FHL Film #'s 916938 & 916971. The middle name BARKER is, I suspect, the name of the mother, but as I can't find a baptism for a Selena Barker [other than this one] my question is - why would William and Mary include it in the baptism?