Mary J Beckerly born 1870 Missouri

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  1. Genie1

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    The elusive Daniel Beckerleg born Cornwall 1845 son John Beckerleg and Mary Wallis , may have married Mary E Crump on the 19th July 1868 in Missouri. I have seen the marriage details but no parents.
    1880 Mary J Beckerly is with her grandmother Nancy Crump born 1822 Kentucky.
    Address Perry, St Francois, Missouri, United States.
    I can't find a birth Of Mary J and I can't find her mother in 1880.
    Mary J disappears after 1880. Perhaps her mother remarried.
    Any help appreciated.
     
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    GrannyBarb Custodian of the Family Accounts

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    Missouri Genweb Archives:

    search on Beckerly or Beckerlie - zero hits

    Found a marriage in St Francois county:
    CRUMP, EDMON DOWLEN, NANCY 10/7/38
    That would be Oct 7, 1838. no other info

    Found marriage in Bollinger county:
    CRUMP, Mary E LESLIE, W H 29-Mar-1874 47 (page in record book)
    no other info

    If I have time later, I'll poke around some more.
     
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    GrannyBarb Custodian of the Family Accounts

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    Scratch this - found them in 1880 with her daughters, Margaret Crump and Willie Roads. Also, born in wrong locales.
     
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    Pity there isn't an 1891 census. It may have helped.
    I as far as I know Daniel may have legged it never to be heard of again.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    What about directories for 1891 would that help? I'm sure I've seen such, am just not searching well at the moment.
     
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    GrannyBarb Custodian of the Family Accounts

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    Checked the collection on HeritageQuest (Ancestry) with no luck.

    Also the free newspaper site. No joy there either.

    Hope you feel better soon.
     
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    Genie1 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks GrannyBarb and Ma-dotcom.
    May be her mother remarried and she took anothrt surname.
    How can Daniel born 1847 just disappear?
     
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    Thanks to you both.
    I wonder if her mother remarried and daughter took the namr.
    It is annoying that Daniel 1847 has disappeared.
     
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    It's not uncommon that the record-keeping was poor, people moved a lot, and many changed their names and reinvented themselves. :ghost:
     

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