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  • #41
    Originally posted by GallowayLass View Post
    FMP only has a transcription so just the same info as you already posted.
    ancestry has the image. Groom’s father is George Osbourn (frame work knitter). Same occupation for the bride’s father, Francis White.
    The groom was a labourer, age 22, the bride no occupation, age 17 and both lived in New Basford.
    Witnesses were James Shelbourn and ?Sarah? Henson.
    Huh! I looked on st Leodegarius and the records only went up to 1812. So that has put paid to that record then. Rats!
    Last edited by Darksecretz; 16-09-22, 06:36.
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    • #42
      Originally posted by Darksecretz View Post

      Huh! I looked on st Leodegarius and the records only went up to 1812. So that has put paid to that record then. Rats!
      It'd help if I was looking at the right data set!... someone send me a brain!
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      • #43
        1861: ????? [married at St. Leodagarius Basford] 20th May 1861 is the actual date of marriage from my BMD disc
        Name: Mark Osbourn aged 22 s/o George Osborn FWK
        Registration Year: 1861
        Registration Quarter: Apr-May-Jun
        Registration District: Basford
        Inferred County: Nottinghamshire
        Volume: 7b
        Page: 140
        Records on Page:
        Name
        Mary Ann Armstrong
        William Mellors
        Mark Osbourn
        Mary Ann White



        1871: [married St. Pauls, Nottingham] 26th November 1871
        Name: Mark Osborn WIDOWER aged 30 s/o George Osborn a silk hand
        Registration Year: 1871
        Registration Quarter: Oct-Nov-Dec
        Registration District: Nottingham
        Inferred County: Nottinghamshire
        Volume: 7b
        Page: 551
        Records on Page:
        Name
        Ellen Dykes
        Henry Marston Goodall
        Ann Hickling
        Mark Osborn​


        I think that these two are the same person... and that he fibbed about being a widower, I cant spot a death for Mary Ann Osborn either... just the way my day is going.
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        • #44
          ancestry again has the image but it’s been indexed as ASBORN and HICKHING.
          Marriage date 26 November 1871
          He is still a labourer residing Charles Street and (something I omitted to transcribe last time - apologies), he could not read or write as he made his mark. The bride had no occupation, spinster, age 24, resided in Gedling Street, father William Hickling (labourer). She also made her mark.
          Last edited by GallowayLass; 16-09-22, 14:20.

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          • #45
            Could this be Mary Ann’s death?

            Mary Osborne
            26
            abt 1844
            Apr-May-Jun
            Radford, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
            Jun 1870
            Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
            7b
            111

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            • #46
              Originally posted by GallowayLass View Post
              Could this be Mary Ann’s death?

              Mary Osborne
              26
              abt 1844
              Apr-May-Jun
              Radford, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
              Jun 1870
              Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
              7b
              111
              oooh you are a clever bod... I didn't see that record... I'm sure that Ancestry is conspiring against me!...

              but then again the other marriage records weren't coming up in the search.... so now there is the 1877 marriage that just doesn't appear to be anywhere.. so might that be a reg office job?
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              • #47
                and now I have just found it... hah!
                Julie
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