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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby ianbee » Wed Nov 09, 2016 3:29 pm

There is a marriage at St Paul Lorrimore Square, 3 Nov 1902
Herbert George White
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Frances Mary Ann Elizabeth Wood, 20 years, father Robert Wood (deceased), Carpenter
witnessed by Emily Sophia Wood
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby ianbee » Wed Nov 09, 2016 4:27 pm

Possibly we can go back with that 1901 Wych Street family to 1881, although not sure about Mary's details.
piece 329 folio 85 page 25
38 Russell Street, St Martin in the Fields
Robert Wood Head 32 Carpenter, born St Giles
Mary Ann Wood Wife 38 Warwick?
Robert A J Wood Son 7 Scholar Middlesex
Henry W Wood Son 5 Scholar Middlesex
Frances M A E Wood Daur 1 Middlesex
+ 3 Wood brothers
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby ianbee » Wed Nov 09, 2016 4:36 pm

Birth
March 1880 Strand 1b 701
Wood, Frances Mary Ann Elizabeth
mother's maiden surname Warne
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby ianbee » Wed Nov 09, 2016 4:38 pm

Marriage, June 1871 St Saviour 1d 190
Warne, Mary
Wood, Robert

21st May 1871, at St Peter Walworth
Robert Wood, 23, Bachelor, Carpenter, father William Wood (deceased), Tailor
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Mary Warne, 28, Spinster, father Thomas Warne (deceased), Painter
residence for both 3 Merrow Street

So I believe that sdup26 may have found the link to the informant Frances White - none other than Mary Warne
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby ianbee » Wed Nov 09, 2016 4:43 pm

Possible birth?
Sep 1842 Holborn vol 2 page 122
Warne, Mary Ann
mother's maiden surname Andrews
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby windy35 » Wed Nov 09, 2016 5:26 pm

Hi to all who have replied to my query.
It has all been a great help and I will investigate it all.

My ancestors are indeed the Andrews and Duperes. I have done most of the research but was foxed by the granddaughter. It gets complicated because the two sisters married brothers. They lived next door to each other when growing up.

Thank you all very much again. I will try and post again if I find any more out from your advice.
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Re: Hannah Dupere

Postby windy35 » Wed Nov 09, 2016 7:54 pm

Further to my previous post.

The Frances White on Hannah's death certificate is indeed a relative, but I think grand niece! rather than granddaughter. On Hannah's certificate it says she had dementia, so she would probably not have known who was who.

Frances grandmother was Mary Warne nee Andrews. Mary was the eldest of the Andrews children born circa 1815.

Thank you all again for solving the mystery, and I can stop looking for illegitimate children I thought may have been born to Hannah or her son!!
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