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    Eyes required please

    Can anybody make out the name of James Southwood's wife please?

    1851: Class: HO107; Piece: 1879; Folio: 374; Page: 67
    1861: Class: RG9; Piece: 1441; Folio: 92; Page: 46
    1871: Class: RG10; Piece: 2120; Folio: 8; Page: 10

    Many thanks! His place of birth is variously given as Parkham, Scotland and Bideford ....
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    She seems to have married using the name Prothirzda (if that helps!)

    Marriages Dec 1848
    BARTLETT Prothirzda Rowder
    Bartlett Prothirzda Trowden

    SOUTHWOOD James
    Plymouth 9 505
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    Thanks Elaine! The Rowder/Trowden middle name fits as it crops up as a middle name in a later generation!
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    On 1841 census as Protherzda Bartlett
    HO107; Piece 271; Book: 15; Civil Parish: Charles The Martyr; County: Devon; Enumeration District: 15; Folio: 24; Page: 42; Line: 13;
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    That's odd ... there are deaths in:

    1852 for Prothringda Rowden Southwood in East Stonehouse, Plymouth
    1852 for Prothirzda Rowden Southwood in East Stonehouse, Plymouth
    1854 for Prothirda Bartlett in Plymouth
    1868 for Prothirzda Rowden Southwood in Plymouth (Infant)

    Looks like they wanted to preserve the name!
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    Forget that - the two 1852 are the same.
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    aaaaah - there's some ammo for a teenage girly strop.

    Nonchalantly saying "Just be grateful I never named you after Auntie Prothirzda" and walking away will stop them dead in their tracks
    Zoe in London

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    I will definately use that one Zoe!
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