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Jesse Jeves / Elizabeth Ann Lake marriage Jul-Sep 1864 Poplar district.
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This is the Jeves / Lake marriage:
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interacti...9021059530c6cc

4 Sep 1864 Poplar
Jesse Jeves, full age, bachelor, labourer, High St, father William Jeves, labourer, and Elizabeth Ann Lake, full age, spinster, High St, father James Lake, labourer, witnesses Edward Lake and Mary Yeo.
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This looks like the right Jesse in 1841:
https://www.ancestry.co.uk/interacti...=successSource

Unfortunately the first page of the household is quite hard to make out.

Girtford, Sandy, Bedfordshire
William Jeeves 40 transcription has Y
Transcription has Ann Jeeves 40 Y
Christopher Jeeves 15 transcripton has Y
Jesse Jeeves 12 Y
Frederick Jeeves 10 Y
William Jeeves 7 Y
Harriet Jeeves 4 Y.
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According to the 1851 census William Jeeves was born in Sandy (aged 50) and Ann (51) in St Neots, Huntingdonshire.
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Default marriage of Caroline Tatham and Henry Jeeves 1840 blunham

hi , I am in contact with a ancestor of jeeves Bedfordshire / Tatham , and are trying to see if this Henry Jeeves married to caroline Tatham is any relation to our jeeves . If William Jeeves born approx 1800. /1801 had a relative named Henry. it could be a possibility , have you any ideas? thanks
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FreeREG has a baptism for a William Jeeves in Sandy Bedfordshire:

Wm Jeives 20 Jul 1800 parents Jas and Ann

but this child was buried 3 Mar 1805.

You say Caroline Tatham and Henry Jeeves married in 1840 at Blunham (Biggleswade District).

These entries appear in the GRO index:

Caroline Yatman 1840 6 107 Oct-Nov-Dec Biggleswade Bedfordshire
Henry Jeenes 1840 6 107 Oct-Nov-Dec Biggleswade Bedfordshire

In most trees on Ancestry she is Tatman not Tatham or Yatman.

On the 1851 census Henry Jeeves was recorded as aged 29 and born in Sandy, Bedfordshire.

The IGI seems to have coverage for when he might have been baptised (FreeREG doesn't), but I can't see anything. His marriage cert should tell you the name and occ of his father.
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Default Jeeves, Cooper Family Sandy, Bedforshire

I have Edith Cooper b. abt. 1790 Sandy, Bedfordshire. m. Henry Jeeves b. 1791 same.
The Cooper line traces to Sutton and from there to Emme Wyatt 28 Dec 1612 Charlton On Otmoor, Oxford, England .
Any information to confirm my research would help. The Wyatt family links back to William the Conqueror.
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Any information to confirm my research would help.
Welcome to the forum David.

I think you need to give us a lot more detail if you want us to confirm the information you have already.
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