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Looking for Godfrey of Berkshire, England

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Am looking for any information on Charles George Godfrey born in 1866 in Reading, Berkshire. He married Ada Maria Pepler in 1886 but also had a second wife.

Would like some information on the second wife.

Surnames: GODFREY PEPLER
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on 2011-04-23 01:47:45

espe , from Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2011. is researching the following names: GODFREY, PEPLER, WELLS.

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by mowsehowse on 2011-05-16 16:23:44

According to FREEBMD the marriage was registered in the June 1/4 of 1888 between Charles George GODFREY(Reading 2c 669)and Ada Maria Pepler(Reading 2c 669)

There is also a marriage registered in the March 1/4 1892 between
GODFREY Charles George (Camberwell 1d 946)
and either Emily Hallett (Camberwell 1d 946)
or Louise Maria Butt (Camberwell 1d 946)

You could order a copy marriage certificate on-line, quoting
March 1/4 1892, Camberwell 1d 946 to find out which woman became the second Mrs Godfrey.

Good luck..............

by espe on 2011-05-16 23:05:46

Many thanks for the info. Will delve a bit further.According to my tree Ada and Charles married on 3 April 1888. They had 5 children and Ada died on July 4 1907. It was after this that Charles remarried.

by mowsehowse on 2011-05-17 03:20:06

That tallies - the registration is not too long after.

Have you checked 1911 census for second wife?
Is it going to be in England, do you have a possible county where the second marriage happened?

Almost 100% coverage on FREEBMD perhaps you can spot it there or you might find it on findmypast.com, free search engine, and you can buy a few credits to view.
Good luck.....

by espe on 2011-05-18 01:49:12

I haven't checked the 1911 census for the second wife. What is the best site to do this from?
I would think that Charles Godfrey would have been married again in Reading, Berkshire as this is where he spent most of his married life with Ada.
Many thanks

by mowsehowse on 2011-05-18 02:51:51

This is the search engine at the national archive:
http://www.1911census.co.uk/default.aspx

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