ROBERT GOMM 1803 CUDDESDON OXON

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  1. vickym

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    I am stumped in my search for the marriage details of Robert Gomm.
    Robert lived most of his life in Wheatley, Oxon. However his first born, son George,
    was born in Abingdon, Berks.
    His wife Martha (don't have a surname}was born in Frilford, Berks (according to 1851 census for Cuddesdon, onward to 1861 & 1871).
    Just cannot pin down date when where Robert and Martha married.
    Any help please?
     
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    Their daughter Eliza was born in Wheatley in 1838, according to the 1861 census, which falls in the Headington registration district. There is the birth registration of Eliza GOMM in the March quarter of that year with the mother's maiden name as BROWN. :)
     
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    there is an Albert Edward 1854 Headington also with mother Brown who is on 1861 census

    afraid I haven't had any luck finding a marriage yet
     
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    Nor have I. I cannot find a marriage for them on my Abingdon parish CD either at St Nicholas or St Helen nor is there a baptism for son George at St Nicholas. Perhaps they never married?

    Janet
     
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    I think you might be correct. I'll park this question for now.

    Thank you.

    Vicky
     

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