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Old 05-12-10, 17:15
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Default Elizabeth Buck (OH's)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as: Elizabeth Buck

Date and place of birth: 1842c in Sevenoaks, Kent.

Names of parents: William Buck & Mary??

Date and place of baptism - unknown

Details of each of his or her marriages: 17th May 1862, Leeds Parish Church, to John Ellis Squire. Certificate said that she was 20 years old, spinster, and her father was William Buck, plumber.

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!).
1851: Bridge Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. Elizabeth was aged 8 and a vagrant. There was a letter N in the married/single column. Also here were a Mary A Buck aged 44 and a Jane Buck aged 17 who are probably Elizabeth's mother and sister. They also had N in the same column.

1861: not yet found
1871: Cobby's Yard, Sorby Street, Brightside, Sheffield. Aged 28, with John.
1881: 54 Granville Lane, Sheffield. Aged 38, with John.


Date, place and cause of death: 1882. Dont have certificate but burial record states that she died at 54 Granville Lane.

Date and place of burial: 11th November 1882 aged 40 at City Road Cemetery, Sheffield. Buried with husband and one of her children.

Details of will / administration of their estate: None

Memorial inscription: Not known.
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That "N" on the 1851 census is actually a badly-written "U" for unmarried, but Mary A has a "W" for widow.
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ahh...thanks for the clarification Kite....had thought an N was unusual and wondered if it should have been U & W.
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