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Old 26-09-12, 21:41
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But they actually married in Uttoxeter! Jun Q 1895.

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Old 26-09-12, 21:42
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It does say banns rather than the actual marriage, so presumably Alice came from Staffs
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Old 26-09-12, 21:44
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I wonder if the daughters were still with different people in 1911? I don't think they showed that bit, although I only caught the last ten minutes.

Florence and Hester were with their parents in 1911 but I don't think they said where May was.
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May was with her grandmother Alice in 1911:

Alice and May Waddicor on 1911 census ancestry
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Another scenario is that Zillah was not particularly maternal but WAS a driven business woman and didn't have time for her children, if she could get someone else to look after them when they were small. I think it is a HUGE assumption to say they were whisked away from danger. She may have been ill, or suffering from PND - a hundred different reasons why two of the children weren't at home on census night in 1901.

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a son James born 1900 (died young I assume?)
The 1911 census says 4 children, 3 living, 1 dead. James Albert Waddicor's birth and death are both registered Jan-Mar 1900 Fylde district.
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Yes, just found that, so maybe Zillah was in a bit of a state by the time Hester was born in 1901 and her sister took Hester on for a while.

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Old 26-09-12, 21:56
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Yes a lot of assumptions re the census.

I could relate a lot of it to mine and OH's trees.

I enjoyed it, local for me really. Staffordshire. I noticed someone, was it his great grandfather? was from Leigh, Staffs. OH's Rushton's were from there.

Alton Towers: OH's first cousin twice removed was a RC priest at Alton. We've visited the place many times even before it was a theme park.

I was very interested in his grandmother becoming a business woman in those days. My grandmother became landlady of a pub after my grandad, the licensee, died in 1934. I was told she had to get someone high up in the brewery to speak for her to get the license.

I wondered about William Roache's hair, good head of hair for a man of 80.
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Old 26-09-12, 22:06
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I see Albert was a Cycle Dealer in 1901. They made a lot out of him being a "Gentleman" on Hester's marriage cert, and at one point said that he described himself as a gentleman on "the" marriage certificate, but of course it was probably Hester who gave that as his occupation and it may or may not have been true. I've got plenty of marriage certs in my collection where father is a "gentleman" although he has a trade on the censuses.

And I see that Thomasine has a 1 year old daughter on the 1901 census. Could Thomasine maybe have been wet-nursing Hester?
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I presume that Albert Waddicor is the one in the 1945 National Probate Calendar, of Rutland House, Heanor Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, died 20 Feb 1945, administration to Florence Mabel Glover, wife of Charles Oscar Glover. Effects £6411 10s 9d. So it seems that money didn't always pass him by!
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