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 on: July 05, 2011, 10:29:29 PM 
Started by bobbond - Last post by suedhc
The John Bearder who married Hannah Amelia Sugden on 26 Nov 1851 was my 2x gt grandfather.

There was a whole branch of Bearders in the Notts area - assume some link with the Derbyshire Bearders just over the border. I have not done much work on this branch of the family. I had a look at John Bearders on the 1851 census and 1841 in Notts, but only 2 were of an age that could be married in 1851. John b 1806 was married to Mary b 1810 (1851 and 1841) and John b 1816 was married to Hannah b 1816 (1851) and Ann b 1816 (1841) - could be same wife? (Hannah / Ann interchangeable).

Somewhere I have a death certificate for a John Bearder in the Notts area, but can't lay my hands on it at the moment. I collected it as I was trying to rule out John Bearder deaths.  Will search and let you know, but I think it was around that time. But as you say, £200 was a huge amount of money. Does anyone know what the going rate was for marriage licences?


 on: July 05, 2011, 07:46:30 PM 
Started by bobbond - Last post by bobbond
Just thought I would bump this thread to see if anyone knows?  The John BEARDER who married in Bradford was John son of George (Mechanic) who married Hannah Maria SUGDEN on 26 Nov 1851 in St Peter's Bradford.  So nothing to do with Notts.  But that still leaves a BEARDER who spent £200 (I am sure a lot of money in 1851) and didn't appear to have married!  Any ideas?


 on: July 05, 2011, 07:31:54 PM 
Started by CTSKeighley - Last post by bobbond
Hi Carol,

Welcome back as it were.  Glad you have joined.  As Sue says, we tend to post in waves, as someone puts up something interesting and then we try to follow it up.  I probably have more info than when we last corresponded so just ask away. 


 on: July 02, 2011, 11:25:57 PM 
Started by CTSKeighley - Last post by suedhc
Hi Carol

Welcome! I am really glad you have joined the forum. The posts tend to go in fits and starts, but please add anything you wish to start a discussion / topic about and hopefully someone will respond!


 on: July 02, 2011, 09:21:01 PM 
Started by CTSKeighley - Last post by CTSKeighley
hi, I'm Carol and I have never done anything like this before, so rather unsure.
I can tell you that I was born in Bradford and brought up in Tyersal. I now live in Keighley and run a pub.
I have been doing family history research for the last ten years or so when I can find time. I have been in contact with Bob years ago,but he probably doesn't remember, and of course Sue.
I was born to Rodney Farrar, who was the son of Annie Yates,she was the daughter of Ann Eliza Bearder, daughter of Joseph Bearder. I have a picture of Ann Eliza. I know where John Bearder is buried and some of the others. I also do my mother's side so paperwork and research, well need I say more! Right, I've introduced myself (I hope). Regards to all.

 on: July 01, 2011, 08:34:33 PM 
Started by bobbond - Last post by bobbond
I noticed we have 2 new members.  WELCOME to our little but getting bigger forum.  Come on in the waters warm and we don't bite  Grin Grin

Chat soon I hope.


 on: July 01, 2011, 08:11:46 PM 
Started by Frank - Last post by bobbond
Just checked the 1901 census.  They are indeed in Blackburn, living on 15 Balaclava St

George R SPENCER head M 30 Labourer (Brewer) Worker Lancs Preston
Sarah A do Wife M 27 Blank Yorks Bradfors
Mary J do Dau, 4, Blank Lancs Blackburn

Registration district: Blackburn
Sub-registration district:Blackburn, Northern
ED, institution, or vessel: 21
Household schedule number:111
Page Number:18

 on: July 01, 2011, 07:52:27 PM 
Started by Frank - Last post by bobbond

That's the biggest I can post but email me if you want the original image which is better quality.


 on: July 01, 2011, 07:45:09 PM 
Started by Frank - Last post by bobbond
Sarah Ann BEARDER married George Richard SPENCER Bradford St Peter 1 August 1896. 

Groom: George Richard SPENCER, 25 yrs, Bach, Brewer, 65 Alton St, Blackburn, Father George SPENCER Police Constable
Bride: Sarah Ann BEARDER, 22 yrs, Spin, Woolcomber, 15 Willow St, Manningham, Father Frederick BEARDER (Deceased) Boilermaker
Witness: W Sidebottom & Mary Ann Bearder

Image is on Ancestry.  I would guess in 1901 they are in Blackburn


 on: June 30, 2011, 02:10:16 AM 
Started by Frank - Last post by Frank
I have the certificate that shows that the Sarah Ann Bearder born 29/4/1874 at 195 Sticker Lane, Bowling was the daughter of Edmund (an iron molder) and Ellen (Abbott) Bearder. Therefore the Sarah Ann born in 1873 must be from Frederick and Nancy (Hutchinson) Bearder. This still left the problem of which Sarah Ann married Harry Simpson in 1896 in Bradford. So I followed up on Sue’s suggestion that Edmund Bearder emigrated to the USA.
The 1890 USA Federal Census returns for Holyoke, Hampden County, Massachusetts include one for Edmond Bearden, a molder age 50 (1849), born in England, immigrated 1891; his wife Hellen, 46; daughters Nellie (17); Rachel (15); Anna (13) and Alice (9), all born England and all immigrated 1891; son William (12), same as above and son James (6) b. Mass. A Nellie Bearder was b. 1st 1880; Hannah 1st 1887 and William, 1st 1888, all Bradford. I can’t find Rachel or Alice. In 1910 Edmund and Ellen were living with Alice and James in Holyoke. Thus Sue’s idea was correct, as usual.
Note no Sarah Ann, for whom I have searched in Bradford and MA with no luck.
I intend to pursue Frederick and Nancy’s Sarah Ann, but not Edmund, though I do have a few other bits of info if anyone else is interested.

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