Re: Amelia Mayo
- From: Richard van Schaik <f.m.a.vanschaikREMOVE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Jan 2009 03:05:37 +0100
Richard van Schaik wrote:
OK, the full story: Amelia Mayo married William Starling on 30-10-1872. Her father was on the cert Frederic Richard Mayo. Her birth on average from census given as London, London, Middlesex, England around 1839. According to IGI then Frederic Richard Mayo married Eliza Jewson in 1821 (still have to check that one, but first have to get past 1837). On the 1841 census found as two year old Amelia where the parents are spread over two pages, last line on first is her father, the remainder on the second page and fits with this data. HO 107 / 723 / 10 / II / 36 and the next page (reverted to dutch and had to remove that part). Her next is more difficult, but one option in the 1851 is her as 14 years old and servant HO 107 / 1494 /36 / 127 (or 427). The 1861 I seem to have not clearly indicated, should have it but can't find it at the moment, please excuse. The 1871 gives possibly her as widow of some Thomas, with a 5 year old son Stanley A.M. R.G. 10 1633 / 12 / ? (can't find folio number on this page).
Where a clear reference couldn't be given a scan via my site can also be provided.
And I forgot to thank loads in helping .... Sincere thank you!
A correct dutch saying in this case is "Wie de schoen past trekke hem aan" (Whoever fits the shoo takes it; or something the like)
Richard van Schaik
http://www.fmavanschaik.nl/ Best wishes for 2009
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