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Note    N917         Index
According to the MI, she died along with a child of 7 years of age. It is odd that he/she was not named.

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Note    N918         Index
She is likely the cousin Sarah in the 1851 Cherington census living with William Timms. Her baptism date fits with her age in that census. It does not look as if she married. She died as an inmate of an insane asylum. She is living with her sister Emma, who married Thomas Slatter, in 1861.

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Note    N919         Index
Here is the family in 1861:
SLATTER Thomas 49 master Blacksmith Whichford
Emma 43 Stourton
Elizabeth 19 Whichford
John Thomas 17 Blacksmith Whichford
Sarah Ann 12 Scholar Whichford
Edwin 10 Scholar Whichford
Emma 8 Scholar Whichford
George 5 Scholar Whichford
TIMMS Sarah Visitor 47 Stourton

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Note    N920         Index
He was noted to be a blacksmith in the marriage license.

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Note    N921         Index
The birth date comes from her MI but fits with the census.

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Note    N922         Index
According to the MI, she died as an infant.

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Note    N923         Index
According to the MI, he died as an infant.

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Note    N924         Index
He is referred to as a clerk in the marriage registration of his son William.

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Note    N925         Index
Her name in spelled Merrion in the 1911 census.

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Note    N926         Index
Who was she? There is a Mary Timms, of Stourton, buried on 11th January, 1824, at 43 years of age. That would make her born in 1781, which would be the same year as her husband. But there is no baptism for her that year in Whichford. Was it elsewhere?

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Note    N928         Index
The dates of death for her and her spouse come from the fact that they are both the "late" in will of Jane Timms of November 9, 1839.

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Note    N929         Index
Irene Connelly says that she died before the birth of the twins in 181

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Note    N930         Index
I take her death date from the fact that her will was proven on March 4, 1857, and from an entry in the parish records.

I am not certain who George Bailey mentioned in her will was, but in the 1851 census, he is shown as a widower.

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Note    N931         Index
In her will, Jane Timms describes her aunt Kezia Coyton.

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Note    N932         Index
In her will of November 9, 1839, Jane Timms describes him as her "late brother William." When he was born and when and where he died is unknown to me.

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Note    N933         Index
There is a discrepancy between his noted date of death in the MI and his burial date in the parish records.

It would seem that he never married. But, in his will dated May 28, 1855, he speaks of his two illegitimate sons Anthony Bartlett and John Bartlett, previously called Anthony Timms and John Timms. He names them as the children of his late housekeeper, Elizabeth Bartlett

In the 1851 census, he is listed as the head, age 72, along with his son John Timms, age 26, and his housekeeper, Elizabeth Bartlett, age 55. I am not sure where the son Anthony was.

I cannot find either son in 1861.