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Frank
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« on: May 10, 2011, 12:27:43 AM »

I am trying to find the birth of Sarah Ann Bearder, daughter of Frederick Bearder (1834, son of William, 1807). She married Harry Simpson in 1896. According to FreeBMD there are two possibilities, both born in Bradford: 1873, 3rd, 9b 59; 1874, 2nd, 9b 50. The 1891 census shows that one is the daughter of Frederick and Nancy Bearder, the other the daughter of Ellen Bearder. Does anyone know which is which? Also, was Ellen’s husband Edward, Edwin or Edmund Bearder and what are his (their) BMD?
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« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2011, 10:47:13 PM »

There is a Sarah A Bearder on the 1891 census, daughter of Frederick and Nancy Bearder and living in Gorton Lancashire. Sarah was born in Bowling c 1873 (although it says Bowley on the census).

The other Sarah A born c 1874 was the daughter of Ellen Bearder, who is shown as married on the 1891 census, but no husband lives at the same address. They lived at 78 Sticker Lane. I think this Ellen was the wife of Edmond Bearder. They are a married couple age 22 and 18 and living at 334 Sticker Lane in 1871. I have not been able to find them on the 1881, 1901 or 1911 census. An Edmund Bearder travelled from Liverpool to New York on the Adriatic on 24 Dec 1890. EB was a labourer age 40. Shown on schedule as being single. I wonder if the rest of the family followed, which may account for their absence from later censuses.  Edmond / Edmund Bearder was born 1848 and was the son of William Bearder (1807).

So, Frederick Bearder and Edmond Bearder were brothers (2 of 14 children).

Not sure if this is any help.

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« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2011, 02:10:16 AM »

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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« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2011, 07:45:09 PM »

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

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« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2011, 07:52:27 PM »



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

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« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2011, 08:11:46 PM »

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
Piece:3906
Folio:68
Page Number:18
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