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Old 27-08-13, 21:30
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Kate I got the undermentioned info

London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921
Charles Burgess
Spouse: Ann Brown
9 Aug 1813
Parish: St Marylebone
Borough: Westminster

Charles was a bachelor and Ann a spinster, no indication either was a minor.

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W Gray, William Robinson and (looks like) Ellen Pink/Jink.

Servant in 1835, Middlesex

from a place in Glos when my daughter and I visited there in 1991. We saw documents, probably from a book. I can't recall the name of the actual building, but it was obviously a research centre (I can still vaguely remember what the place looked like)

I recall seeing two of the children's births when I was in Glos, the third one Charles Jnr, I already had the details.

Not sure why I put their date of marriage as 12 July as it clearly shows in my records as 9 Aug 1813 (same as you)

The Robert Burgess who married Anna sounds good tho I could not see the 1841 Census. Would I assume the parents Charles & Ann were deceased by 1841?
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Old 27-08-13, 22:17
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Would I assume the parents Charles & Ann were deceased by 1841?
Not until we find their deaths!
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Old 27-08-13, 22:20
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sorry Kate, I had a bit of a giggle
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Old 27-08-13, 22:22
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Me too, Jood.
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Old 30-08-13, 02:53
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Kate a tiny bit of success. My daughter sent away for my daughter sent away for information on Charles Snr's son Robert - and we have discovered Robert was born 22 May 1820, baptised 1 June 1820, date of death 1 June 1820, and that Charles the father was a warehouseman. It says Ann was 35 (that's what it looks like) - so it gives an indication she was born c. 1786. (This was from some hospital records). Yet to find a death register which might show Charles & Ann
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