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From: MICHAEL BURNHAM <>
Subject: [LON] WILDING married to DWYER ,COLDWELL & BAXTER All in LONDON area 1890 ~ 1905
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 05:52:36 -0700 (PDT)
I have been having great difficulty in tieing down my paternal grandmothers family (WILDING).
The only group that I am happy with is the 1891 Census where my grandmother (Ada) is at the appropriate age, and the only person in the country indexed in the right place at the right age.
Problem 1) Only mother, condition married, is present along with siblings, so father's name not evidenced and not apparantly dead.
Problem 2) Father's name is William on birth certificate (1888) and is Thomas (decd) on marriage certificate (1916)
1881 Census has mother and father along with Emma and Wm M as children, plus Maria as Father's Mother, but in Croydon.
Mary and Amelia, present in 1891 as daughters are absent in 1881. However, they show as being in Central London District School Hanwell, but aged 4 and 3 instead of 7 and 6 as implied by the 1891 Census.
I cannot find the marriage of William Thomas WILDING (or any 1 of 2) to Mary HARRISON
A Mary WILDING married a DWYER (I am uncertain about this link)
An Amelia WILDING married a John COLDWELL 1896
An Emma WILDING married a William Arthur BAXTER 1898 (I know this to be a good link)
N.B. Amelia could be Maria Amelia from BMD...which adds slight weight to the comment below.
Maria WILDING (mother to Wm T) could be nee Maria PEILE, but this census grouping brings in other contradictions.
I am just totally confused as to Ada's ancestry, if anybody from the DWYER, COLDWELL or BAXTER researchers can help, that would be a boon.
Thanks and regards
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