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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby sdup26 » Fri Feb 15, 2019 11:34 am

This might be a red herring, but in the 1851 census, Mark and Mary live in Albert Street, Newchurch. In the same street in 1851, there's Elizabeth Jones, widow, 50, with great-granddaughter Salina Cooper aged 3.
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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby lottie's mum » Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:38 pm

Well this just get more and more curious. I can't find any other Cooper/Cook marriage but then why isn't Ben with Mark and Mary in 1851. I've found a Ben in 1851 census but with a Benjamin and Anne (for whom I can' find a marriage). Found Ellen's death
COOPER, ELLEN
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GRO Reference: 1849 S Quarter in THE ISLE OF WIGHT Volume 08 Page 157
I've found a possible William in 1861 but with a Leonard and Mary and a George.
I'm beginning to think that this family is very disjointed - tempted to apply for one of these birth certs just to see if Mark and Mary are the parents.
Time to give my brain a rest for the night I think
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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby avaline » Sat Feb 16, 2019 5:25 pm

lottie's mum wrote:Well this just get more and more curious. I can't find any other Cooper/Cook marriage but then why isn't Ben with Mark and Mary in 1851. I've found a Ben in 1851 census but with a Benjamin and Anne (for whom I can' find a marriage).


There is a marriage in Q4 1850 (my earlier typo now corrected) in the Isle of Wight between Benjamin Cooper and (same page) Ann Cooke
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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby lottie's mum » Sat Feb 16, 2019 5:45 pm

avaline wrote:
lottie's mum wrote:There is a marriage in Q4 1850 (corrected) in the Isle of Wight between Benjamin Cooper and (same page) Ann Cooke


Thank you, I've now found the family in 1851,61 and 71 census so I can exclude them from the Mark/Mary family.

Found this in newspapers : ISLE OF WIGHT OBSERVER 08 APRIL 1854

RYDE POLICE COURT

Tuesday - Before Capt. Duff.

Mark Cooper and Mary Ann his wife were charged by P.C. Ward with fighting and using dreadful obscene and filthy language on the previous night. The husband was fined £1 and 7s. costs; the wife 10s and 7s. 6d. costs, which sums were paid

It would appear they didn't have the ideal marriage so maybe she didn't die before he set up home with Sarah. Wish I could find him or his death after 1861
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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby elsabels » Sun Feb 17, 2019 9:36 pm

Hampshire Advertiser 31 October 1857

On 27th inst in Coleman Street Southanpton Mary wife of Mark Cooper aged 30 years
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Re: Emily Cooper 1847 or 1849

Postby lottie's mum » Sun Feb 17, 2019 10:10 pm

elsabels wrote:Hampshire Advertiser 31 October 1857

On 27th inst in Coleman Street Southanpton Mary wife of Mark Cooper aged 30 years


You are a star, thank you so much. Glad I had chance to look on here tonight as my FMP subscription runs out at midnight!
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