My Great Great Great Grandfather James LEE's marriage. He was baptized in 1794 at Tiviot Dale Chapel Heaton Norris. His Father was John LEE and his Mother was Mary. :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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My Great Great Great Grandfather James LEE's marriage. He was baptized in 1794 at Tiviot Dale Chapel Heaton Norris. His Father was John LEE and his Mother was Mary.

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on 2019-04-05 11:44:17

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by markav on 2019-04-05 14:16:35

Hi do you know his wife's name

by CVS_1945 on 2019-04-11 05:36:59

Hello markav
James Lee his wife was called Elizabeth.
According to his Son, William's Shipping Records to Australia, his Father's Name was James a Gardner, and his Mother's was Elizabeth (Deceased). This was in 1840.

by markav on 2019-04-13 07:27:04

Hi not sure if this is the right Elizabeth but it is the only one I have been able to find
Elizabeth's surname had been transcribed wrongly, looking at the cert. it should be Collins

First name(s) James
Last name Lee
Marriage year 1811
Marriage date 24 Jan 1811
Marriage place Tarporley
Spouse's first name(s) Elizabeth
Spouse's last name Cotton
City or town Tarporley
County Cheshire
Country England
Reference pg60 ln238
Record set Cheshire Diocese of Chester parish marriages 1538-1910
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Parish Marriages
Collections from England, Great Britain

do you have any other info, do you know the names of William's brothers/sisters who did william marry etc

by CVS_1945 on 2019-04-15 05:01:54

Hello Markav

William Lee Born 13 Jan 1817
Mary Ann Lee Born 13 Nov 1818
Sarah Lee Born 4 Feb 1821

William Lee was bought out by the Australian Agricultural Company. The Company was at Stroud, New South Wales, in the Williams River area. Not sure who his Employer was, but on the 3 June 1841 he married a Miss Jane Gill at Raymond Terrace (This was the closest Registry office, so the Wedding could have taken place elsewhere). They had a very large family and are buried in the Port Macquarie General Cemetery. Port Macquarie is where I live.

Thanks for your help

Carol.

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