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Old 30-03-11, 14:45
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Default Ann Doughty (possibly) FMMFM

I say possibly as her son (FrederickHenry Foster) was baptised 16/10/1829 St Mary's Nottingham and Kate found a marriage for Wm Foster and Ann Doughty 31 Dec 1828 at the same church. (I don't even know if Fred's dad was Wm. - IGNORE, this is rubbish!)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
ANN DOUGHTY

Date and place of birth
NOT KNOWN

Names of parents
NOT KNOWN

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
NOT KNOWN

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
31 Dec 1828 St Mary's NOttingham to William Foster

Occupation(s) - if any
NOT KNOWN

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!).
NOT KNOWN

Date, place and cause of death
NOT KNOWN

Date and place of burial.
NOT KNOWN

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any
NOT KNOWN

I'll go in search of my files to see if I've got anything else bit I don't think so.

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Old 30-03-11, 15:15
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I'm confused, Rosie. Does the baptism give the names of Frederick's parents as William and Ann? If so, are you saying you're not sure it is the right baptism for your Frederick Henry Foster?
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Old 31-03-11, 08:15
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sorry Kate, of course it does!

So, parents are Wm and Ann but can I be sure that Ann is Ann Doughty?
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Frederick has a widowed sister-in-law Hannah Doughty with him on the 1881 census, so I would say so. On the 1871 census Hannah is the wife of William Doughty who was born about 1817-1818 at Grantham, Lincolnshire (or Spittle Gate, Lincolnshire, according to the 1861 census), so I suspect that William was Frederick's half-brother. There is a baptism for a William Doughty at Grantham in 1817 with parents William and Ann.

I can't remember - does the William Foster / Ann Doughty marriage say whether Ann was a spinster or a widow?
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I've got my paper work out. I'd written about Hannah Doughty s-i-l 1881. Couldn't work out HOW she was his s-i-l but like your suggestion.

The marriage doesn't mentionmarital status I'm afraid:

"William Foster of this parish and Ann Douhgty of this parish were married in this church by banns" etc.

Witnesses werer Henry Foster and (possibly) Mary (it looks like Sherg lol) Wills/wiles/mills/miles (her mark). Everyone else signed their names.
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Old 31-03-11, 14:40
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I see there is an extracted record on the igi for William Doughty (Fred's harlf brother) baptism 15 OCT 1817 Grantham, Lincoln, England Parents Wm Doughty and Ann.

hmmm. In Lincs and Notts for 1807 - 1827 there are 2 Wm Doughty marriages to Anns. 28 NOV 1816 Newark to Ann Singleton and 15 FEB 1820 Farnsfield, to Anne Esam. I could look at both of these in Newark library.
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There is a James Truswell Doughty baptised at Farnsfield in 1829, parents William and Ann, so I would think Ann Singleton is more likely to be your Ann, but yes, worth looking at both.
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