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Old 30-06-22, 13:16
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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?
Yes, that's what I was asking you in post #34!! I think, given his name does really seem to be Tierbuck or Tirebuck and not a variant of Tarbuck which is more common, and given the occ and age etc, he may well be.
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Thanks for your help, Merry.

1763 will for Joseph Tirebuck of Hanbury.

First name(s) Joseph
Last name Tirebuck
Year 1763
Will year 1760
Probate year 1763
Parish Hanbury
Place Hanbury, Staffordshire, England
County Staffordshire
Country England
Series description Registered wills and original wills, administrations and inventories, 1494-1860, and, act books, 1532-1638 for Diocese of Lichfield Episcopal Consistory Court
Piece description Original wills, administrations, inventories
Piece surname range Q-Z
Piece year range 1763
Record set Staffordshire, Dioceses Of Lichfield And Coventry Wills And Probate 1521-1860
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Wills & Probate
Collections from England, Great Britain

https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcr...WILLS%2F417887

I wonder if this is Joseph senior's father? He mentions a son Joseph.
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Old 30-06-22, 13:33
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Could be. There look to be lots of clues in the will to help identify other family members and maybe join them up.
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Widow Grace Tirebuck 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
No conspiracy! Grace Westlake/Unwin and her daughter Lydia Unwin were both buried in 1827. They are listed in the England & Wales, Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers, 1567-1936 on Ancestry.

The will for bricklayer, Mark Unwin mentions his wife Grace and also the late Mrs Unwin, mother of Elizabeth Westlake, so there is only the one Mark Unwin and he married two women called Grace! What are the chances!!
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