Re: Birth of William Starling 10-11-1839
- From: Richard van Schaik <f.m.a.vanschaikREMOVE@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 22:54:15 +0100
Hugh Watkins wrote:
Richard van Schaik wrote:
Birth in the Sub-district of: Stortford [!]
in the: County of Essex
But scan gives clearly Stratford
Name, surname and maiden surname of mother: Mary Starling formerly Pegera.n
PEGERAM is seenin Essex
PEGRAM PEGRUM . .
Thanks, new input to search with
Q2: what is the surname of the mother.
Mrs Starling formerly Miss PEGERAM
How certain are you of that name from this scan? I can't seem to find a corresponding "image" in the remainder for this last (two?) letters. The "m" however is abundantly present.
For Q2 I tried thus far in IGI Pegerain, Pegeram, Peyerain, Peyeram to no avail. Name seems to me atypical as English surname.when?
When as in what time frame searched, didn't specify one, expect their marriage however around 1820 or later. I do have on her: Ancestry.co.uk, England, census (Original scan), RG 9 / 1056 page 29 folio 67 (Census 1861). Born ~1801 Bobbingworth, Essex
When as in why I do think this surname is not typical English. Then I do have to admit more feeling than evidence. That part can be skipped in my statements.
it mayhave died out
Richard van Schaik
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