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Old 08-01-11, 17:11
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Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Edward Molloy

Date and place of birth
Sometime between 1776 and 1804! Ireland

Names of parents
Not known

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
Not known

Details of each of his or her marriage
Hester Warren, 3rd Oct 1830, Stevenage Hertfordshire

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Carpenter
General Surveyor


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!).
1841- Batheaston Street, Somerset
1851- Hillingdon, Middlesex
1861-


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Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any
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Old 11-01-11, 09:05
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Possible death registration Edward Malloy Apr-Jun 1865 Uxbridge district.
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Old 11-01-11, 17:20
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Sometime between 1776 and 1804! Ireland
Shouldn't that be 1796 and 1804?
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Old 11-01-11, 19:39
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Shouldn't that be 1796 and 1804?
Well, I know I have a reputation for typos, but that was intentional! For some reason I have him listed as abt 1776, but can't find my evidence for that!!!! 1841 census is abt 1796, 1851 census is abt 1804. So I think you are probably right Merry, but I didn't feel I could totally ignore what I've got written down, perhaps that was a typo from years ago.

If I get the death cert that Kite has found, it may help me narrow it down a bit!

Thanks for the input.
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Possible death registration Edward Malloy Apr-Jun 1865 Uxbridge district.
If that is his death, can you find him in 1861? wife has died by then in 1859, but could be with his son Robert John b 1836 as he married in 1866.
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I did try to find him in 1861 without any success.

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wife has died by then in 1859
Do you have her death cert? It should show whether she was a wife or a widow as a further clue. I would say there's a very good chance Kate has the right death though.
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I see his son, Robert, was buried at Hillingdon. Maybe Edward was buried at the same place?
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Old 12-01-11, 19:06
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I see his son, Robert, was buried at Hillingdon. Maybe Edward was buried at the same place?
Hillingdon does seem to have been the place of choice for this family, his wife was buried there too. Will order the certs tonight!!!

EDIT, Ordered, and his wife's

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