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From: rick marion <>
Subject: Re: [STS] Hubble 1841 Bilston
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 18:16:06 -0500
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having a look around and noticed a few more things.
1901 census shows your George who first married Selina Adams and then
Amelia Orgill now appears to have married again in sep 1896 at
Wolverhampton to ELizabeth Blakemore
He's 60 years old still says he was born at Coseley. He's with his wife
Elizabeth also 60 born Wednesbury. A son William E. who is supposed
to be 9 also born Wednesbury. (possibly a step son)
This at least gives you another source of information for his father's
name. Is it George on the first 2 certs?
Wish I had multiple marriages for some of my ancestors. One of mine,
Thomas Blackham from Wolverhampton was widowed in 1848 at 40 years old
and never remarried up to his death in 1889. I've been trying to find
his father for 30 years.
Not sure if George and Maria are your ancestors. Might be a coincidence.
Only 1 birth record for anything close to yours at Dudley in March 1841.
The IGI is not turning up anything that looks promising either.
Thomas Millar wrote:
> Hello Rick
> Many thanks for the quick response and all the information, it was much
> I also found my greatgrandfather, George Hubble, in the 1861 Census,
> in Wednesbury, (age 24, born in Cosley) he was lodging next door to his
> future wife, Selina Adams' on their Marriage Certificate it states
> that his
> father was a George Hubble. His wife, Selina, died in 1878, age 35
> George with three young children aged 9, 5, and 4 years. George
> Hubble went
> back to to Bilston with his children and where he married again in 1880.
> I suspect that he went back to Bilston to his parents for them to look
> his young family and I suspect that his parents were George & Maria
> that you found on the 1861 Census, but proving it is another thing !!! I
> was hoping that the 1851 /1841 Census would solve it.
> In the 1881 Census George Hubble ( my ggrandfather) aged 40, born in
> Sedgeley, another age and birthplace variant !! Although if that was
> correct in the FreeBMD there is a birth of George HUBBALL in 1841,
> district Dudley (which includes Sedgeley), this could be him, but I'm
> not sure.
> Sorry to rabbit on but you can see my predicament !!
> Thanks again for your help
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "rick marion" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Monday, January 09, 2006 1:24 PM
> Subject: [STS] Hubble 1841 Bilston
>> just thought I'd check some of the other census and found them on
>> 1861 at
>> George Hubbles head 48 miner in coal born
>> Maria wife 48
>> george Cheshire nephew 15 forgeman
>> John Cheshire nephew 13
>> In 1881 I see them again at Cosely St. Ct. 8 No 2 Bilston (problems
>> viewing the originals, had to use the synopsis)
>> George Hubble head born about 1803 born Wolverhampton
>> Maria wife 1801
>> Mary Andrews lodger 1807 Wales
>> So the ages vary considerably from one census to the other.
>> In 1841 and 1851 I do see a George Hubble who almost fits with the age
>> and place of birth of your George, in Birmingham, but the wife is Emma,
>> not Maria
>> Hope this helps
>> Rick Marion
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