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Old 24-09-11, 19:29
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Default Mildred Ann Plant? (MFMMFM)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as - married name Mildred Ann Atkinson, maiden name possibly Plant

Date and place of birth - c1787, Sibsey, Lincolnshire

Names of parents - Richard and Sarah Plant?

Date and place of baptism - if applicable - 30th November 1787, Sibsey, Lincolnshire?

Note: the above is conjectured, based on the fact that there's a Mildred Ann Plant with the right birthplace and age, and that one of Mildred and Thomas's children was Plant Atkinson, which makes it plausible that that was Mildred's maiden name; I haven't actually found the marriage.

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any - to Thomas Atkinson, c1815, don't know place

Occupation(s) - if any - don't know

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 - Sibsey, Lincolnshire HO107/644
1851 - Midgate Lane? (not sure I've read the street name coorectly), Louth, Lincolnshire HO107/2111
1861 - 36 Midgate Lane? (ditto), Louth, Lincolnshire RG9/2381

Date, place and cause of death - Jan-Mar 1868, Louth reg district, Lincolnshire (haven't got the cert yet)

Date and place of burial. - don't know

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable - don't know

Memorial inscription - if any - don't know
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Old 25-09-11, 09:45
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Sorry, forgot to include the TO3G link: http://genealogistsforum.co.uk/forum...ead.php?t=9527
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Old 27-09-11, 15:14
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Ooh, findmypast has a Mildred Ann Plant marrying in Sibsey, Lincolnshire, in 1811. And a matching entry for Thomas Atkinson. I haven't got a sub to check that they married each other, though.
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Old 27-09-11, 15:38
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Ooh, findmypast has a Mildred Ann Plant marrying in Sibsey, Lincolnshire, in 1811. And a matching entry for Thomas Atkinson. I haven't got a sub to check that they married each other, though.
I've just looked on FMP Kate and I can't see that.
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Old 27-09-11, 15:40
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It's ok, I found it.

27 March 1811


Groom Forename(s): Thomas

Groom Surname: ATKINSON

Bride Forename(s): Mildred Ann

Bride Surname: PLANT

Parish: Sibsey

Deanery: Holland East

County: Lincolnshire
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Old 28-09-11, 14:24
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Thanks Kite and Marg
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Old 30-09-11, 21:22
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Been to Lincoln archives today - found the baptism records for four of Mildred's siblings, and her parents' marriage
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Someone in Australia is researching the Plant family:

http://mepnab.netau.net/p/plant.html
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Thanks Elizabeth - I should have thought to Google her! The James Plant mentioned in the email at the top of the page is Mildred's brother, I'm not sure how they link to the James who was baptised in 1795.
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Old 02-02-13, 13:24
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I think that research must be wrong - James son of John and Mary Plant is recorded as buried at Sibsey 2nd May 1800, so the James who married Mary King in 1824 can't be him! It may be the James Plant who was the son of Richard and Sarah (baptised 5th August 1792) - but there's another James Plant who married Sarah West also in 1824 (same page of the register), so either of them might be him!
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