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Old 06-10-12, 01:31
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Name - Lucy Loker
Date and place of birth - circa 1729 (age at death) - this would make her over 10 years older than her husband.
Names of parents - unknown
Date and place of baptism - if applicable
Details of each of his or her marriages to Egerton Dansie Coleman Philbrick 26 October 1765 in Bocking, Essex
Occupation(s) - if any
Addresses where they lived - Hatfield Peverel (children's baptisms); Woodham Walter? (burial)
Date, place and cause of death
Date and place of burial. 2 Oct 1806, Woodham Walter, Essex
Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
Memorial inscription - if any

I'm actually going to be away but wanted to put this up as I know nothing of this lady, except her marriage and burial dates and I'm hoping somebody may be able to find something.
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Have you tried looking on SEAX / Essex Ancestors, Jenny?

http://seax.essexcc.gov.uk/
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- this would make her over 10 years older than her husband.
Could she have been a widow?
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Old 10-10-12, 16:14
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Thanks for the responses. I've tried a lot of the Essex registers without success yet, but I hadn't thought about the widow angle. Once I'm back home, I'll see if I can find a Loker marriage on SEAX that might fit. Egerton Philbrick's siblings (he was the eldest) all did quite well (physicans, lawyers) but Egerton's children became gamekeepers and labourers, which makes me wonder if he had a falling out with the family...
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