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Old 15-02-11, 13:43
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Kate yes looks like it wish I could help you more
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Now that the Wigan PR's are on ancestry, I can view the image of the Hugh Ryding / Betty Barker marriage (1808) and that Hugh was of Haigh and made his mark, so I don't think he was the same Hugh who married Elizabeth Cocker in 1820 at Walton le Dale as that one was a farmer of Leyland and signed his name. Unfortunately the 1820 marriage doesn't say bachelor or widower.
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Ooh, I've found this about Jones Farm, Whittle le Woods, which is where the Ryding family were living in 1841:
http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/...16-80668_1.pdf
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There are a few possible Elizabeth Cocker baptisms on Lancashire OPC.
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Perhaps the Elizabeth Cocker baptised 22 Mar 1785 St Laurence, Chorley, parents William and Martha, dob 3 May 1785, as my Elizabeth's eldest daughter was named Martha. They also had a son John baptised 9 Sep 1781, abode Charnock Richard. A John Cocker was witness at Elizabeth's wedding and a William Cocker was bondsman.
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