View Full Version : Harriet Who? ...Help with handwriting
The new LMA records are brilliant but..........
can anyone decipher Harriet's name?
I have tried a few variations on family search but with zero families found.
Your help is much appreciated:Wink:
I can't see that cos its too small, can you post the url for it? please so I can get a better look for you. :smilee:
- Ancestry.co.uk (http://search.ancestry.co.uk/iexec/?htx=View&r=5538&dbid=1623&iid=31280_195088-00539&fn=Robert+Thomas+Henry&ln=Baggs&st=r&ssrc=&pid=2376464)
last entry on right hand side of page.
Stoquiler / Stoguiler ??
looks more like a 'g' in the signature, rather than 'q'
Also looks more like Stug.... in signature, rather than Stog....
ooo that didn't come out too well - second attempt.............
sorry that doesn't seem any better but here is the link - maybe
- Ancestry.co.uk (http://search.ancestry.co.uk/iexec/?htx=View&r=5538&dbid=1623&iid=31280_195088-00539&fn=Harriett&ln=Stoqueler&st=r&ssrc=pt_t1066916_p-1691068123_g32768&pid=5649014)
I can't seem to find any Stoquiler or Stoguiler references anywhere. Any suggestions what country this name may have originated
hmmm looking at her signature...
looks like 'Sturguoles' to me (Sturgess praps?)
There is a surname Stoqueler so it could be that (also Stocqueler)
OOoh and there seem to be a couple of Stocquelers from the 1800 - 1810 period in the Lambeth area and Harriet was born around 1802 though that was Covent Garden. Must investigate.
Any ideas on where this name comes from?
havent a clue! :smilee: sounds french.. but I just don't know
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