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Old 06-02-10, 16:40
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Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Henry CRICKMORE

Date and place of birth
There's the rub. He insists on 4 Census & attestation papers (1831-1881) that he was born in Eye, Suffolk. The date he's a little uncertain about (1801-1811) but c. 1808 I think most likely as he gave his age as 23 on his attestation in 1831.

Names of parents
Unknown

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
Unknown

Details of each of his or her marriages - if any
Bridget HAYES
8/2/1846. St Brendan's R.C. Church Birr Kings County Ireland


Occupation(s) - if any
???? - 1831 Bricklayer
1831 - 1847 Soldier -75th Foot Gordon Highlanders
1848 - 1882 General/Foundry/Bricklayer's Lab & Army Pensioner
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Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on.
1841 Sheerness Barracks Isle of Sheppey Kent
1851 Union St Ipswich Suffolk
1861 5 Goodings Court Cox Lane Ipswich Suffolk
1871 Goodings Court Cox Lane Ipswich Suffolk
1881 2 Orwell Courts Ipswich Suffolk


Date, place and cause of death
2/2/1882 Orwell Courts Ipswich Suffolk Natural Decay

Date and place of burial.
6/2/1882 Ipswich Cemetery Suffolk

Details of will / administration of their estate N/A
Memorial inscription N/A
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Hmm, since it's you, Glen, I don't suppose there's much chance of any of us turning up his baptism! And presumably his marriage makes no mention of who his father was?
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Old 06-02-10, 17:57
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No, but I live in hope.

It's just so annoying, as marrying in 1846 should at least have given me his father's name but because it was a Catholic marriage in Ireland; no such luck.

There is a CRICKMORE family in Eye but no Henry & the names used just don't 'feel' right. As he only baptised 3 of his own children & one of those was in Ireland so he didn't have much choice, the most logical answer is that he wasn't baptised but I'd be delighted to be proved wrong.
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