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Old 12-02-11, 13:10
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Default Week 14: Mary Cutler

Name - "official" name and what they were known as: Mary Cutler

Date and place of birth: 1828c in West Bromwich, Staffs

Names of parents: John Cutler & ?

Date and place of baptism: Not yet found

Details of each of his or her marriages: 24th November 1851 at the Parish Church of Wath upon Deane, South Yorkshire, to David Adams. Both residing at Elsecar at the time of marriage. Father of Mary named as John Cutler, Labourer. Witnesses to wedding were James Hinchley & Edwin Sykes.

Occupation(s): None

Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on (if s/he lived in census times!).
1841: Not Found
1851: Not Found (a possible is this one: Class: HO107; Piece: 2025; Folio: 268; Page: 31; GSU roll: 87431. I was hoping that she was going to be in Elsecar or the surrounding area on the 51 census )

1861: High Elsecar, Yorkshire, aged 32.
1871: High Elsecar, Yorkshire, aged 41.
1881: Milton, Nether Hoyland, Yorkshire, aged 54.
1891: Brickyard Road, Whittington, Derbyshire, aged 64
1901: 52 High Street, Whittington, Derbyshire, aged 75.
(all census from 1861 to 1901 state that Mary was born West Bromwich)

Date, place and cause of death: Not yet found

Date and place of burial: Not known.

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable: None known.

Memorial inscription: Not known.
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There's this household in 1841:

John Cutler 45 Pudler
Hannah Cutler 45
Susannah Cutler 25
Benjmin Cutler 16
Mary Cutler 14
Daniel Cutler 12
Joseph Cutler 10
Ephraim Cutler 8
Esther Cutler 6
Sarah Cutler 6
Jabez Cutler 3

All b in County and living in West Brom. What occ did John have on his dau's marriage cert?
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Old 12-02-11, 14:22
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That's the same family as you have for the 1851.
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Old 12-02-11, 14:26
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Hi Merry. John Cutler's occupation on the marriage cert just said labourer.

Many thanks for the 41 details. It is the family that sticks out as the most likely. I am trying to think why Mary would end up in Elsecar near Barnsley if none of her family came to the area. Maybe someone was in the area and I havnt found them yet
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Old 12-02-11, 15:14
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I noticed that in 1851 David Adams is boarding with a family called Skidmore who were all b in West Brom, inc their one year old daugher, suggesting this family had only just moved to Hoyland in Yorkshire. Maybe there is some sort of connection between the families, or he was previously with them in West Brom just before 1851?
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I had noticed the birth places of the Skidmore family and did wonder if the family were somehow connected to the Cutler family but havnt found a link yet. I will re-look at them.

Ive just realised that David Adams' youngest known sibling was Nathan Adams who was born in 1834 in West Bromwich! The Adams family travelled all over the place with seemingly a child born in each location

By the 1841 census, David Adams is in Liverpool with his father, father's second wife and his 3 siblings.
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