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Old 29-06-22, 14:36
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I have just ordered two wills from Whitby Museum - £5 for both!
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Old 29-06-22, 14:53
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A bargain!
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Old 29-06-22, 15:13
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I just hope they are in OH's tree.

His 4x-great-grandmother was Jemima Duck of Whitby who married Christopher Kingston. I have just ordered a couple of Duck wills.

I love Jemima's name! Very Beatrix Potter.
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Old 30-06-22, 08:09
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re Tierbuck:

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then a gap
Sarah Tierbuck 27 Jul 1778 St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwick, Joseph and Sarah

Joseph Tierbuck 28 Dec 1779 Saint Martin, Birmingham,Warwick, Joseph and Sarah

Susanna Tirebuck 1 Oct 1781 St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwick, Joseph and Sarah

also:

Elizabeth Tirebuck 12 Sep 1785 St. Martin, Birmingham, Warwick, Joseph and Sarah

Matthew Turbuck 19 Oct 1790 Saint Martin, Birmingham,Warwick, Joseph and Sarah



I don't know if it's a coincidence, but there's a Joseph in London, marrying Grace Drew in 1806:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...rce&pId=711336

Two of their three children (EDIT 4 children - one bap is in Westminster listings) show occ of father at their baptisms - gunmaker or similar.

Joseph died in 1815 aged 35, so b abt 1779/80:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...71&pId=1622049

and his will gives his occ as gun maker:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...e9b&pId=356552


Grace went on to remarry to widower Mark Unwin in 1827:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...b4&pId=1433465

Looks like they had one child bap before the marriage:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/search/co...38a388f287c24b

Ooo, no, maybe not as there's a Mark Unwin marrying another Grace in 1825:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...59&pId=4168265

That's what comes of getting complacent because the name combinations seem uncommon!!

There's only one obvious death though, so I'm wondering if there's any mystery or just that I've not looked thoroughly!

Grace Unwin Burial abt 1784 5 Dec 1847 St Mary, Islington, Islington

I think that's the right Grace as this is her in 1841 with two of her sons from her first marriage:

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/imageview...n&pId=15338093

Of course I didn't think to see if there's an alternative route forward for your Birmingham-born Joseph as I was too busy with this one!!
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There's only one Mark Unwin dying - in 1827. His will has wife Grace and that he is a bricklayer, which was the occ mentioned on the 1825 marriage (I think).

No time to look further....
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Merry, I've found more Tierbuck baptisms, all mistranscribed, filling in the gaps.

I've got a visitor coming very soon so I'll get back to this after lunch.

Thanks for looking!
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This is the same Joseph (1879-1815). He was of "60 Haymarket" in the paper: 03 March 1814 - Morning Post - London, London (Tirebuck):

https://www.garthvincent.com/a-16-bo...ca-1800.-1548/
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This is the same Joseph (1879-1815). He was of "60 Haymarket" in the paper: 03 March 1814 - Morning Post - London, London (Tirebuck):

https://www.garthvincent.com/a-16-bo...ca-1800.-1548/
How amazing, Merry.

In 2020, OH's second cousin bought the following:

A Pair Of 25-Bore Flintlock Brass-Barrelled Travelling Pistols
By C. Lamb, Whitby, Circa 1825
With octagonal sighted barrels each signed along the top flat and with platinum-lined touch-hole, border engraved tangs engraved with foliate scrolls, signed border engraved case-hardened flat locks each decorated with a starburst behind the semi-rainproof pan and with foliage at the tail, foliate engraved cocks, safety-catches and rollers, figured full stocks each with dark horn fore-end cap and chequered rounded butt, the latter with white-metal lion-mask butt-cap, white-metal trigger-guards each with pineapple finial and foliate scrollwork on the border engraved bow, vacant white-metal escutcheons and barrel-bolt escutcheons, stirrup ramrods, and in fine untouched condition, Birmingham proof marks (2)
10.2 cm. barrels
For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

Provenance
Charles Lamb is recorded at Axtergate (Baxtergate), Whitby, Yorkshire in 1827


He paid £3,812.

https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/25976/lot/325/
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Old 30-06-22, 12:11
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Re. Joseph Tirebuck of London.

Joseph Tierbuck baptised 28 Dec 1779 St Martin's Birmingham
parents Joseph and Sarah

https://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bi...46fa2cb923cc72

Could this be him?
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Old 30-06-22, 12:17
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First name(s) Joseph
Last name Tirebuck
Age 35
Birth year 1780
Death year 1815
Death date ? ? 1815
Burial year 1815
Burial date 23 Apr 1815
Place -
Denomination Dissenters
County London
Country England
The National Archives reference TNA/RG/4/3993
Description LONDON: Bunhill Field's Burial Ground, City Road: Burials.
Record set England & Wales Non-Conformist Burials
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Parish Burials
Collections from Great Britain, England

The age ties up.
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