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Old 20-03-10, 10:59
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Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Daniel CANNELL

Date and place of birth
c. 1797/8 Ditchingham Norfolk

Names of parents
Robert CANELL Mary CANNELL possibly first cousins

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
Not found

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
Mary (Ann) GOWING/EN 13/2/1833 after Banns. Banns also read November 1829

Occupation(s) - if any
Blacksmith/Shoeing smith

Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on.
1841 Back Lane Bungay St Mary Suffolk
1851 Bond St Ipswich St Margaret Suffolk
1861 Church Lane Ipswich St Clement Suffolk
1871 Workhouse Ipswich St Peter Suffolk


Date, place and cause of death
17/2/1878 Workhouse Ipswich St Matthew Suffolk. Old Age.

Date and place of burial.
21/2/1878 Ipswich Cemetery Suffolk

Details of will N/A

Memorial inscription N/A
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There is a baptism on FreeREG but a few years too early - could they have had a son called Daniel who died before your 2xg-grandfather was born?

2 Jun 1790 St Mary's, Ditchingham - Daniel, son of Robert Cannel and Mary Cannel late Cannel.
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Oh, looking at the Ditchingham burials on FamilySearch RecordSearch, I see that that Daniel was buried in 1793. Can't see a baptism for your Daniel at Ditchingham.
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Thanks Kate,

Yes, I have those but as you say no baptism c.1798. It is possible that he isn't the son of Robert & Mary, they have 3 daughters who would be over 20 by then but Mary herself would only have been mid-40s so I'm thinking menopause baby.

I'm sure I have the correct family though as Robert & Mary had Susan, Mary, Abigail, Thomas, Robert, James, Lucy, Daniel & Amelia. Daniel & Mary had Emily (Amelia), Sarah Abigail, Robert, James, Lucy, Mary Ann & Thomas but the clincher is Mary Snr although buried in Ditchingham early 1841, died in Bungay late 1840 & the informant was Mary, Daniel's wife so I feel that establishes the connection.

I have had great difficulty following half of Robert's children: Susan I have, Mary & Abigail I know nothing of, Thomas I believe marries but dies childless in Ditchingham, Robert could be the one who starts a line in Essex, James & Lucy I have, Daniel (1) dies & Amelia I know nothing of.
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