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Old 19-01-11, 16:31
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Name - Elizabeth Clarkson
Date and place of birthNK
Names of parentsNK
Date and place of baptism - NK
Details of each of his or her marriages 29 Aug 1812 Warter, East Yorkshire to John Botterill
Occupation(s) - NK
Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - Warter - place of marriage & bp of 5 children 1812 - 1821
John Botterill with 2nd wife in East Yorks 1841 census, visiting her sister & family

Date, place and cause of deathNK
Date and place of burial.NK
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicableNK
Memorial inscription - if anyNK
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Was Elizabeth the first wife? In which case she died before 1841? Do you know when John Botterill married for the second time to narrow down the date of death?
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Old 19-01-11, 18:47
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Elizabeth Clarkson was the first wife of John Botterill.
Don't know when he married Sophie Holt.

I suspect that one of the following burials is for Elizabeth:
(Both events at Warter)
11 Jul 1820 - Elizabeth, wife of John Botteril of North Dalton 33 yrs
21 Jun 1832 - Elizabeth Botterill (Warter) 43 yrs.

Elizabeth's youngest child was bp Warter 9 Jan 1821.
Previous child bp Warter 16 Mar 1819.
There is no date of birth given for Jane, bp Jan 1821 in the bp register - it COULD have been a late bp, following her birth & death of the mother in 1820.
If the 1832 death is for Elizabeth w/o John, there's a long time with no children.

However, unless John (as a widower) married a second Elizabeth, who I don't know about, at present I have no idea who a second Elizabeth Botterill could be.

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Last edited by Janet in Yorkshire; 19-01-11 at 18:48. Reason: typo
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