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Looking for Descendants of William John BAKER and Tabitha DEAVILLE of Staff/Cheshire

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I am descended from Thomas in NZ one of their seven sons (of which two died while young)I am particulary looking for descendants of John b 1852,Alfred b 1854 they had one daughter Esther Ann,b1857 who married a MILLER she may have emmigrated to Australia? I believe William John died in Melbourne in 1903 aged 79. Have you a record of this death?

Also Tabitha's death? She was in Stockport Cheshire aged 61 along with son William 19 and cousin John MALKIN 73 on 1891 census.

Surnames: BAKER DEAVILLE MALKIN MILLER
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on 2007-03-02 19:26:12

Jayjay , from New Zealand, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2007. is researching the following names: BAKER.

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by allycat on 2007-03-02 21:16:05

Dear Jayjay, Welcome.

RE: Tabitha DEAVILLE ... have you found her on the 1841 Census aged approx. 11 years yet? If not, goto this link and click in the box that says 'Cheshire Lookup Requests' and post an '1841 Census Lookup Request pls DEAVILLE family'

Try and find her cousin's family also - MALKIN, as they will no doubt share some of your lineage and may be easier to find.

RootsChat.com - England - Cheshire

RE: EMIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND

Post a lookup finding entry of your family into New Zealand.

RootsChat.com - Emigrants to New Zealand

RE: William John BAKER

Follow the same principle when looking for him with his family. Although you will have to be extremely careful with a common and popular surname like 'BAKER'.

To find his death record in (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), post a lookup request at link below...

RootsChat.com - Emigrants to Australia

RE: Thomas BAKER in NZ

NEW ZEALAND: Genealogy in Aotearoa...the Land of the 'Long White Cloud'

New Zealand - Current Cemetery Links Online


Good luck,
Alison
EDITOR (Australia)

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