Phoebe Daw bapt @ Taynton 8 Jul 1792 (Parish Records)

by peterpascoe @, Saturday, November 23, 2013, 16:30 (2491 days ago)

Can anyone help me to find the ancestors of Phoebe?
I think that her parents may have been Samuel Daw and wife Ann (nee King) married at Newent in 1784. Any help or guidance will be very much appreciated.
Peter Pascoe, Doncaster

Phoebe DAW `BILLINGHAM'

by MPGriffiths @, Saturday, November 23, 2013, 18:11 (2491 days ago) @ peterpascoe

Fod Records

Baptism at Taynton - 8 July 1792

Phoebe DAW - parents: Samuel & Ann

+ Siblings (cross-checking marriages for witness something may turn up more info)

at Newent -

Samuel 1785, Hannah 1787, Sarah 1789

at Taynton

William - 1690
Amy - 1794
Edward - 1795 **
Maria - 1797
Jemima - 1798
Sophia - 1800
Comfort - 1803 - ?Fod Records marriage at Glos St Nicholas - 25 December 1828 to William MARSHALL ****
Charlotte - 1806 - ?Fod Records marriage at Glos St Nicholas - 7 May 1828 - to John WATKINS
Henry - 1812


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Fod Records:

Comfort MARSHALL - Widow - residence, Town of Newent
father: Samuel DAW
married Thomas MORRIS, Widower - - 7 June 1840 - witness: John GOODYER & Sophia BUTLER

1841 Census

Thomas MORRIS - 37 - Ag Lab
Comfort MORRIS - 36
Ann MARSHALL - 2
Phoebe PHILLIPS - 60
Sarah DAW - 50

&

1851 Census Newent Church Street

Bisco Cottage

Thomas MORRIS - 47 Ag. lab
Comfort MORRIS - 47 - born Newent
Ann MARSHALL -
John GOODYER - Wid - 71 - born Pauntley

**

1851 Census Aston Ingham

Nr Giless?

Edward DAW - 52 - Moal Destroyer, born Taynton
Jemima - 41 - born Oxenhall

Fod Records

Marriage at Oxenhall - 5 November 1829

Edward DAW/Jemima SAYSUM - witnesses: John & Hana ROGERS


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Edward WEAVER - Batchelor, residence: Moreton Valance

married

Phoebe DAW - Spinster of this Parish - by Licence

28 December 1818

witnesses: Mark of Elizabeth DAVIS and Job BILLINGHAM. ****


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to re-cap: Charlotte DAW married John WATKINS 7 May 1828 at Glos St Nicholas (when Edward WEAVER married Phoebe DAW at Taynton 28 December 1828 - one witness was Job BILLINGHAM.

Fod Records - marriage at Taynton - 20 December 1792 - John RUDGE, Widower, married Mary DEW - a Widow at Tainton by Licence - 20 December 1792 - witness: Mark of Jno HOLDER and Job BILLINGHAM.


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Job BILLINGHAM buried at Taynton - 8 February 1827 aged 77 (Clerk of this Parish)

Looking at the 1841 census for Huntley Village

John WATKINS - 50 Publican
Charlotte WATKINS - 40
Charlott - 15
Sarah BILLINGHAM - 60 ind.

Also with this couple 1851 census - Sarah BELLINGHAM - Widow, born Pitcombe.

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1861 Census - Glos Saint Owen, Risky Yard

WEAVER

Edward - 80 - late waterman - born Bristol
Phebbe - 72 - born Somerset, Taynton
Edward - Grandson - 17 - born Gloucester


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Glos Baptism Index

Children of Edward & Phoebe

John - 31 January 1819 - Longney (Edward, labourer)

James - 17 June 1821, Longney St Lawrence (Edward, Fisherman)
James - 25 December 1822, ditto *** with them 1851 census
Ann Sophia - 6 November 1831, High Orchard (Edward, labourer) Glos. Christchurch
Joshua - 6 April 1828, South Hamlet, Glos. Christchurch


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1841 Glos, St Mary de Lobe

WEAVER

Edward - 40 - Waterman
Phebe - 39
John - 23
Mary - 15
Joshea - 13
Ann - 10


1851 Census, Glos St Owen

WEAVER

Edward - 60 Waterman - born Bristol
Soly - 54 - born Tainton
James - 25 - Seaman, born Glos. Longney

Phoebe Daw bapt @ Taynton 8 Jul 1792

by ChrisW @, Saturday, November 23, 2013, 22:13 (2491 days ago) @ peterpascoe

Samuel Daw seems to be rather a popular name! Just looking at when he married, there is this contender in Huntley?

Transcript Details

Record_ID: 358341
Entry_Number:
Year: 1771
Month: Sep
Day: 29
Parents_Surname: DAW
Child_Forenames: Samuel
Fathers_Forenames: Robert
Mothers_Forenames: Mary
Mothers_Surname:
Residence:
Occupation:
Officiating_Minister: John Morse rector
Event: Baptism
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference: P184 IN 1/1
Page_Number: 80
Parish_Chapel: Huntley
Soundex: D000

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