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Fanny Boldwin (Baldwin?) nee Beach b1825 (General)

by Helen Phillips @, Sunday, April 01, 2012, 14:55 (964 days ago)

Can anyone help me with any information on what happened to Fanny Beach?

Fanny Beach married William Boldwin 13 October 1844 in Parkend.
They appear on the 1851 census (Class: HO107; Piece: 2444; Folio: 217; Page: 9) living with her father, Thomas in Whitecroft.

Thomas Beach 45
William Boldwin 26
Fanny Boldwin 25
Thomas B Boldwin 7
William Boldwin 5

After this I have been unable to find any record of the family.

Thank you,

Helen

Fanny Boldwin (Baldwin?) nee Beach b1825

by oakworth @, Tuesday, April 03, 2012, 12:52 (963 days ago) @ Helen Phillips

Fanny Baldwin was the daughter of my 3x gt. grandmother Margaret Cavanaugh (nee King) and her second husband Thomas Beach. As far as I can make out,her death was registered March quarter, 1853, Gloucester. Margaret was about 16 years older than Thomas and had 3 children when they married, twice,in 1823.The first marriage was 20th January, and Margaret declared herself a spinster and gave her maiden name of King. Trouble must have followed as they married again, 22nd June, giving her name as Cavanaugh, a widow.I have often wondered what the thoughts of the families were!I don't have a baptism for Fanny or her sons,Thomas and William. Margaret died November, 1850, buried at Parkend. Thomas remaried in 1853, a widow, Mary Mortimore.After the death of Fanny and his sons I am unsure what happened to William. In the 1871 census a Wm. Baldwin,widower aged 49 from Gloc. appears at Uckfield in Sussex and by 1881 has remarried but this is supposition. Margaret's children to Daniel Cavanaugh were James, 1811, married Eliza Brain, Thomas 1817-31, Catherine, 1820, married Enos Jenkins and emigrated to Pennsylvania. Hope this ties in with your findings.

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