Middlesex cambridge registry probate
It's a cute idea but I don't think it's wise to be providing such detail, especially your mother's maiden name, as it is often the secret question asked on sites where you require a password to log in.So I'm revising the meme to suit me and I hope others will follow suit, either here as a comment on Olive Tree Genealogy blog, or on their own blog. At their marriage in 1766, Thomas and Mary were both of Goudhurst; Nicolas JONES was a witness. Memorial inscription in the south yard of Goudhurst parish church: "John son of Thomas and Mary Stanbridge died 24 August 1783 aged 16 years. Eleanor their daughter died 14 January 1805 aged 19 and 2 sons died in infancy and Benjamin son of Benjamin Stanbridge who died 13 December 1804 aged 3 years." Mary STANBRIDGE, chr. There's a new meme going around Facebook right now.
In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at 7 Isabella Place, Putney, Surrey, with his wife Sophia and their sons James and William.
In 1901, a bricklayer's laborer, living at 3 Bourne Road, Merstham, Surrey, with his wife Caroline.