Discussion in 'Ask The Experts' started by MollyMay, Mar 29, 2020.
Any thoughts on Mary Ann's surname please
Lackson or Luckson
Could it be Jackson? Are there any other 'J's that could be compared?
I have tried finding this lady in the previous or next census, but have drawn a complete blank. I was even doubting the first letter was an L
Sadly no, it is a signature on a m/c.
Jackson might get me more hits than surnames beginning with L
What year are we talking about. There are a couple of Mary Ann Lacksons on family Search
1847 in Hampshire (England)
Could it be LACKMAN? There is a Mary Ann LACKMAN married to Samuel in the 1851 census of Portsea (HO107/1658, folio 232, page 15).
No luck in Hampshire. Sorry
FMP has them as Jackman.
I am clutching at straws, hoping Mary Ann can give me more info on the couple who married (Before the event). The other witness didn't (although he shared a similar occupation to the groom) and died before 1861.
Sorry to be vague, but I am looking on someone else's behalf and am not sure if they want it in the public domain - will check and then post if he is happy.
I think Jackson.
Thank you @burt
I'm with Burt.
Thanks @Sis - no wonder I couldn't find her I was looking for Lackron
I'd go with Jackson.
Thank you Derek,
I had hoped she was a married sister, or future bride of one of the parties siblings, but no such luck.
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