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From: Josephine Jeremiah <>
Subject: [B&D] ETTLE Joseph & HOPES Emily, marriage, Bitton, 1860
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 17:24:03 +0100
On 23 May, Liz <> wrote:
> In 1881 he's with James WORLOCK and Emily and they say Walter James
> ETTLE is their son! There's also Ruth and Sarah Jane ETTLE - their
> daughters. In 1871 he's with Joseph ETTLE and Emily with extra
> children - Henry and Mary A. From that it seems Joseph ETTLE must have
> died between 1871 and 1881 and Emily married a second time.
Thanks very much for this. As you've rightly guessed, I hadn't tracked
Walter James ETTLE back as he's such a distant twig. I probably wouldn't
have thought about him, but for this E surnames project.
But now, because of the above information, I have looked at this family
again, and I can see that his parents were bachelor, Joseph ETTLE, and
spinster, Emily HOPES, both of Oldland and both of full age, who were
married on 16th. January 1860 at Bitton. Joseph ETTLE was a collier as were
both the fathers, William ETTLE and William HOPES. Emily HOPES was a
staymaker. Both gave their marks and the witnesses were Mary PARSONS and
So -- I have learnt something new today:-)
Josephine's Books, Ian's Pages, The Clutton 'Do' and
the Glamorganshire Canal.
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