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    Hi everyone. Just getting back to doing a bit of research on my Hanson bunch - Francis Hanson married an Anne Baxter in 1748 - I think Ive found her baptism in St Pauls shadwell in 1729 - can anyone see what her dads occupation is please and also their address.

    Now, heres an odd thing the girl being baptised above her - Sarah Webb Smith, is also one of my married ins Can anyone check the address there too please.

    I think its Lower Turning for the Hansons and possibly Kent Lane for the Webb smiths?

    http://interactive.ancestry.co.uk/16...d=&usePUB=true
    Last edited by Heather Positive Thinker; 28-03-16, 20:30.

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    I think the occupation could be Mar, which a lot of them on the page are. Could it be short for Mariner?

    Not too sure on the address.


    Is it not Sarah, daughter of William Webb, Smith and not Sarah Webb-Smith?
    Linda


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      #3
      The “SMITH” baptism does appear to be Sarah WEBB, daughter of William WEBB, Smith, & Ann.
      Ann BAXTER was baptised 19th June, 1730; parents recorded as Walker & Elizabeth BAXTER.
      findmypast shows a 1727 marriage at ST PAUL, SHADWELL for a Walter BAXTER and Elizabeth EVANS (no image available).
      findmypast shows Ann BAXTER as Ann PROCTOR (no image available); the Ancestry images reads BAXTER.


      Name: Sarah WEBB
      Baptism: 19 June 1730
      Father: William
      Mother: Ann
      Father’s occupation: Smith
      Address: King David Lane
      Parish: St. Paul, SHADWELL
      Note: 21 days

      Name: Ann PROCTOR (BAXTER)
      Baptism: 19 June 1730
      Father: Walker
      Mother: Elizabeth
      Father’s occupation: Mariner
      Address: Lower Turning
      Parish: St. Paul, SHADWELL
      Note: 13 days old

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        #4
        Thanks so much!! Mariner, fits beautifully and thank you about me being a thicko on the webb smith stuff which is a relief as I couldnt see how they could fit in there.

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          #5
          Thanks so much!! Mariner, fits beautifully and thank you about me being a thicko on the webb smith stuff which is a relief as I couldnt see how they could fit in there.

          Oh and thanks so much for the extra info re the Baxters caddie x
          Last edited by Heather Positive Thinker; 29-03-16, 09:33.

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