John 'T' or 'F'?

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  1. Ma-dotcom

    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Miss Mary Ann Rebecca FILLERY, b24 Feb. 1864-Bapt'd 20 Mar. 1864 Christ Church Rotherhithe, married my 1st cousin x 2 removed, Frank Cawley on 23 Jul. 1882 All Saints Newington. At Bapt. her parents are listed as John & Mary Ann.
    Now see this:
    TILLERY, Mary Ann Rebecca x DURWENT
    GRO Reference: 1864 J Quarter in ROTHERHITHE Volume 01D Page 561

    Births Jun 1864 FreeBMd
    TILLERY Mary Ann Rebecca- Rotherhithe 1d-561 I left a postem on this with my belief that the name was Fillery then looked at the image. :eek: Listed as 'Tillery'
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    Marriages Dec 1855
    Durwent Mary Ann Bethnal G 1c-647
    Tillery John Bethnal Gr'n 1c-64
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    John Tiller :(
    Rebecca Raymond

    Marriage date 25 Sep 1831
    Marriage place Cheam
    Groom John Tillery
    Groom's place / parish- Of this parish
    Bride Rebecca Raymond
    Bride's place / parish- Of this parish
    County Surrey England
    Source
    Parish Register Transcripts
    Record set Surrey Marriages
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    Name: John James Fillery ;)
    Gender: Male
    Baptism Date: 1 Dec 1833
    Baptism Place: Morden, Surrey, England
    Father: John Fillery
    Mother: Rebecca Fillery
    FHL Film Number: 1278892

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    1841 Morden near the 'Crown Inn'
    Rebeckah Filiery,30 John & & Henry 3 all of Morden. :rolleyes:
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    1871
    Name: Mary Ann Fillery :D
    Age: 40
    Estimated birth year: abt 1831
    Relation: Wife
    Spouse's Name: John Fillery
    Gender: Female
    Where born: Walworth, Surrey, England
    Civil Parish: Bermondsey
    Mary Fillery 7
    John Fillery 2 Years, 6 Months
    Source Citation
    Class: RG10; Piece: 641; Folio: 45; Page: 18
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    1881 Vauban St. Bermondsey with Mary Ann & John H.
    RG11; Piece: 573; Folio: 125; Page: 39
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    Mary Ann died 1889 Bermondsey
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    1890
    John Fillery widower married Happy Emmeny Clements :)
    .............
    To show again why I believe I am correct with my Fillery:...
    1855 Fillery- Durwent wedding.JPG

    Bless them & their early pens & tired eyes, Are there any dissenters reading this lot?

    Thank you for reading & giving considered opinion. ;)
     
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    Archie's Mum Always digging up clues

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    He definitely signed with an ‘F’ ;) and was Happy Emmeny after poor Mary departed.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    I've spent the last 40 mins waiting for a medical type meeting which is NOT UNTIL tomorrow :mad:.
    I really must get more sleep tonight or I'll probably go shopping & forget the whole darn affair. :D
     
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    MollyMay Knows where to find the answers!

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    Not a dissenter here either Fillery 'tis :)

    (I have had similar with a Tucker line:eek:)
     
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    We did that last week only we were a day LATE. They rang to ask where we were. Of course we were at home and as it takes 3 hours to get there they kindly rescheduled for the same time next day. So we bought the lovely admin lady a cyclamen for her trouble. :rolleyes: Lesson. Check the date against the day of the week.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Thank you all. I confess it wasn't until I dug out the marriage & had a closer look that I felt a little[forgive me] smug.
    @MollyMay Yes I can see how 'Sucker ' could mix in there. ;)
     
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    Oops
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    The thing is, I knew the visit was for 22nd @ 2.30. so I got ironing done except for that still under the carport- tidied stuff- magazines & .... from the table & kept seeing 21st.. on the computer. Evidently didn't compute until son mentioned it. :oops:
    So now k.p. duty & per-chance a small vino for my trouble? :D
     
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    I submitted a correction but they would not change it - the reason was "that is what the word looked like" :rolleyes:
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    I don't expect a correction either as the image clearly showed 'Tillery'. so much for communion wine eh?
     
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    Philippa Always a lady.

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    For what it's worth (I know, not much), the groom's signature looks like John FULLER to me.

    OK, back to where I came from. :)
     
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    Looks like Fuller to me too,:)
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    I can see what you saw as 'Fuller' due to the little dippy stroke across the 'F' & no dot on the 'i', but my parade is in full swing now & won't be halted for a dip or a dot. :) thanks all for looking & suggesting.
     
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    :oops: Just had another look and I guess what I thought was a smudge is a way. On second look and thougts I thnk Tillery. :rolleyes:
     
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