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Old 13-07-18, 13:50
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Brilliant work everyone! Especially Crawfie!
Yes it is well done everyone I have been trying to keep up on my phone, fascinating.
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Old 13-07-18, 14:07
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http://discovery.nationalarchives.go...ils/r/C9302854

[C1806 H5]. Short title: Hunter v Andrews. Document type: Bill and answer. Plaintiffs:...


Reference: C 13/623/29
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[C1806 H5].

Short title: Hunter v Andrews.

Document type: Bill and answer.

Plaintiffs: Charlotte Hunter, infant (by Elizabeth Goreham her next friend) and said Elizabeth Goreham.

Defendants: William Andrews.

Subject: estate of Lt Colonel Dunbar James Hunter of 19th Regiment of Foot, property in Ceylon, East India.

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Note: The naming of a party does not imply that he or she will appear in all the documents in this cause (after the bill)
Date: 1806
Held by: The National Archives, Kew

Yet more litigation!
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Old 13-07-18, 14:44
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Seen this on a wiki tree.....

Charles Barker Crommelin was born on 13 December 1790 at Kolkata, Bengal, India. He was the son of Charles Russell Crommelin and Julia Barker. He married Emilia Ellen Ricketts, daughter of George Poyntz Ricketts and Sophia Sarah Jane Pierce, on 27 April 1818. He died on 26 February 1827 at age 36 at Goruckpore, Bengal, India
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I agree, OC. Professionals don't always look in the right place.

I suspect that people who use professional researchers then think that it's all done and dusted, whereas with my own research I don't ever stop as I have found more and more over the years. I revisit my lines regularly.
I only used one twice (Kevin Asplin) was one and he was excellent and the other after all the info was given.......got records for a man of the same name but no other similarities......never again Lol.
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Old 13-07-18, 22:41
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Could this be Charlotte's marriage -

Oxford Journal 6 Sept 1823.

At Clapham, Richard Bevan Esq. youngest son of S. Bevan Esq. of Fosbury, Wilts to Charlotte, daughter of the late Lieut.Col Hunter of the 19th Reg.


If so, then there is this tree on Ancestry, that seems to be for her:
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tr...53610813/facts

She died in Brighton in 1835 at age 34.
The marriage record:
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interacti...62/edit/record
The first witness named is Grant Allan, one of the executors of Eliza Goreham's will. And another witness is A Gordon, presumably Alexander Gordon, the other executor. So safe to say it's the right Charlotte!
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