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The certificate contains two corrections, both of which are numbered and initialed on the surname 'Davies' which has been corrected to 'Davis' (by means of crossing out the letter 'e'). Correction appears to be of same the hand writing as the rest of the entry and has the initials are of the Registrar. The surname 'Davis' is also found in the entry correctly spelt without any corrections suggesting the correction was made at the time of the entry.  
Source (S36)
 
2 Household Record 1880 United States Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace F. JESTY Self M Male W 29 ENG Contractor ENG ENG R. JESTY Wife M Female W 26 N Y Keeps House ENG ENG J. JESTY Son S Male W 6 MS At Home ENG ENG Anna JESTY Dau S Female W 4 MS At Home ENG ENG Amelia JESTY Dau S Female W 2 MS At Home ENG ENG Edd WILLIAMS Other S Male W 14 ENG Apprintic ENG ENG Tom HUDSON Other S Male W 30 ENG Contractor ENG ENG Ellen BORROW Other M Female MU 24 MS Cook MS MS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Census Place Winona, Montgomery, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254659
NA Film Number T9-0659
Page Number 438B 
Family F227
 
3 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Edmund T. JESTY Head M Male 28 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Road Sweeper Maria R. JESTY Wife M Female 23 Plymouth, Devon, England Ethel E. JESTY Daur Female 3 m Moreton, Gloucester, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Wellington Terrace
Census Place Moreton In Marsh, Gloucester, England
Family History Library Film 1341741
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3111 / 118
Page Number 6 
Family F228
 
4 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability George JESTY Head M Male 53 Yetminster, Dorset, England Railway Foreman Adelaide JESTY Wife M Female 49 Rampisham, Dorset, England Glover Edith JESTY Daur U Female 28 Ryme Intrinsica, Dorset, England Glover Fanny JESTY Daur U Female 22 Yetminster, Dorset, England Glover Ben JESTY Son U Male 18 Yetminster, Dorset, England Railway Lab Rose JESTY Dr U Female 16 Yetminster, Dorset, England Glover Robert JESTY Son Male 15 Yetminster, Dorset, England Grocers Porter Susan JESTY Daur Female 14 Yetminster, Dorset, England Glover Samuel JESTY Son Male 12 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar Harry JESTY Son Male 11 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar Annie JESTY Daur Female 9 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar William JESTY Son Male 8 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar Charlotte PARK Visitor Female 11 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Dickin Willow Stores Bristol St
Census Place Yetminster, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341511
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2116 / 8
Page Number 8 
Family F259
 
5 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability William JESTY Head M Male 31 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Farmer 100 Acres Employing 2 Men 1 Boy Sarah JESTY Wife M Female 36 Wareham, Dorset, England William JESTY Son Male 9 m Bere Regis, Dorset, England Anne C. SPENCER Mother In Law W Female 62 Corfe Castle, Dorset, England Widow Of A Farmer James SPENCER Brother In Law Male 11 Corfe Castle, Dorset, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling West Street
Census Place Bere Regis, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341507
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2102 / 36
Page Number 23 
Family F206
 
6 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Charles JESTY Head M Male 26 Yetminster, Dorset, England Railway Plate Layer Harriet JESTY Wife M Female 24 Yetminster, Dorset, England Ada JESTY Daur Female 3 Yetminster, Dorset, England Frank JESTY Son Male 1 Yetminster, Dorset, England Charles HANN Nephew Male 5 Yetminster, Dorset, England Scholar Albert BIRT Lodger U Male 17 Hardington, Dorset, England Shoemaker--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling High St
Census Place Yetminster, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341511
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2116 / 18
Page Number 27 
Family F260
 
7 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability John J. JESTY Head M Male 38 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Road Surveyor And Sanitary Inspector Sarah A. JESTY Wife M Female 29 Codford St Peter, Wiltshire, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Census Place Fonthill Gifford, Wiltshire, England
Family History Library Film 1341501
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2078 / 22
Page Number 2 
Family F205
 
8 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Mary A. BENNETT Head W Female 49 Yeovil, Somerset, England Beerhouse Keeper Mary J. BENNETT Daur U Female 22 Sturminster, Dorset, England Dressmaker Walter BENNETT Son U Male 19 Sturminster, Dorset, England Butcher Tom BENNETT Son U Male 12 Sturminster, Dorset, England Scholar Harriet BENNETT Daur U Female 5 Sturminster, Dorset, England Scholar Rose BENNETT Daur U Female 5 Sturminster, Dorset, England Scholar--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Kingstone
Census Place Haselbury Bryan, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341503
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2086 / 120
Page Number 11 
Family F30
 
9 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Robert (Senr.) JESTY Head M Male 83 Yetminster, Dorset, England Ag Lab Edith JESTY Wife M Female 86 Yetminster, Dorset, England Nil--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Bristol St
Census Place Yetminster, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341511
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2116 / 8
Page Number 8 
Family F104
 
10 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Robert D. JESTY Head M Male 21 Exeter, Devon, England Solicitors Gen Clerk Mary A. JESTY Wife M Female 31 Uphill, Somerset, England Robert D. JESTY Son Male 6 Pimlico, Middlesex, England Scholar Amy E.C. JESTY Daur Female 4 Battersea, Surrey, England Scholar William M. JESTY Son Male 2 Battersea, Surrey, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling 20 Ashbury Rd
Census Place Battersea, Surrey, England
Family History Library Film 1341151
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0651 / 126
Page Number 4 
Family F96
 
11 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Robert JESTY Head M Male 47 Leigh, Dorset, England Haulier Employ 1 Man Charity A. JESTY Wife M Female 47 Catistock, Dorset, England Hauliers Wife Emily A. JESTY Daur Female 4 Yetminster, Dorset, England Thomas J. JESTY Son Male 2 Yetminster, Dorset, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling (Queen St)
Census Place Yetminster, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341511
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2116 / 14
Page Number 19 
Family F306
 
12 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability William JESTY Head M Male 27 Broadway, Dorset, England Farmer (Of 265 Acres Employing 10 Men & 3 Boys) Annie JESTY Wife M Female 30 Preston, Dorset, England Charles JESTY Son Male 3 Broadway, Dorset, England
John JESTY Son Male 2 Broadway, Dorset, England
Harry JESTY Son Male 1 Broadway, Dorset, England Harriett SWATRIDGE Servant Female 20 Buckland Newton, Dorset, England General Servant Domestic--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Farm House
Census Place Broadway, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341507
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2103 / 28
Page Number 4 
Family F167
 
13 Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Charles JESTY Head M Male 80 West Coker, Somerset, England Retired Farmer Amelia JESTY Wife M Male 56 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Retired Farmer Wife Henry JESTY Son U Male 25 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Farmer 240 Acres Employs 3 Labs & 2 Boys Julia JESTY Daur U Female 23 Bere Regis, Dorset, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Philliols Farm
Census Place Bere Regis, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341507
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2102 / 52
Page Number 15 
Family F107
 
14 of Melbury Bubb JESTY, Charles (I318)
 
15 (Medical):Died in infancy JESTY, Mary Charlotte (I509)
 
16 (Medical):See attached sources. JESTY, Benjamin Arthur (I538)
 
17 (Research): Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Charles JESTY Head M Male 80 West Coker, Somerset, England Retired Farmer Amelia JESTY Wife M Male 56 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Retired Farmer Wife
Henry JESTY Son U Male 25 Bere Regis, Dorset, England Farmer 240 Acres Employs 3 Labs & 2 Boys
Julia JESTY Daur U Female 23 Bere Regis, Dorset, England--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling Philliols Farm
Census Place Bere Regis, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341507
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2102 / 52
Page Number 15 
JESTY, Henry Robert (I694)
 
18 (Research): Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Thomas Middleton DRON Head M Male 33 London, Surrey, England Teacher Katie DRON Wife M Female 28 Wincanton, Somerset, England Stationer & Bookseller Chas.M. DRON Son Male 7 Dorchester, Dorset, England Scholar Kate Isabell DRON Daur Female 5 Dorchester, Dorset, England Euphenna DRON Daur Female 3 Dorchester, Dorset, England Clement M. DRON Son Male 2 Dorchester, Dorset, England Thomas M. DRON Son Male 3 m Dorchester, Dorset, England
James Jesse JESTY Boarder Male 15 Radipole, Dorset, England Scholar
John ROPER Boarder Male 11 Woodcot, Dorset, England Scholar Mary WILLS Servt U Female 26 West Chelby, Dorset, England Genl Domestic Servt Fanny WILLS Servt U Female 15 Lytchett Minster, Dorset, England Nursemaid--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling 23a High West Street
Census Place Dorchester Holy Trinity, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341509
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2110 / 59
Page Number 46 
JESTY, James Jesse (I533)
 
19 (Research): Frank Stanley Dann is buried Cemetery, Burwood,Victoria, Australia DANN, Frank Stanley (I50)
 
20 (Research): Margaret Annetta Ryan is buried with her husband at Rc a Row 7#13 Fe, Fern Tree Gully,Victoria, Australia RYAN, Margaret Annetta (I37)
 
21 (Research):1881 Census
Swithin Or Smithin JESTY Lodger U Male 25 London, London, Middlesex, England Wood Carver
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Source Information:
Dwelling Regent House Regent St Census Place Bristol St Philip & Jacob Out, Gloucester, England
Living with Elizabeth Jesty nee Simmons at above address in 1881 Census 
JESTY, Swithin George (I289)
 
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I34)
 
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I126)
 
24 (Research):1991 GRO London RLS
In 1859 and 1862 Charles was called a "Butcher" 1n 1880 Charles was called a "Dealer and Beerhouse Keeper" and the cause of death was given as "Suicide by drowning in the Brook at Fifehead-Neville whilst in an unsound state of mind". The informant was "Certificate received from J.C. Leach Coroner for Shaftesbury, Inquest held the 16th day of November 1880". Certificate No 444x.

Dorset County Chronicle & Somersetshire Gazette

Supplement November 18, 1880

Sturminster Newtown
"Suicide--- On Tuesday Mr Comyns Leach, Coroner, held an inquest at Kinson, in the parish of Hazelbury Bryan, on the body of Charles Bennett, Landlord of the New Inn, who also carried on the business of butcher and dealer, and was well known and much respected in the district. On Monday morning Mr Bennett, who was 45 years of age, left his home early, and was seen about six o'clock near a steam which flows into the river Stour at Fifehead Neville, about two miles from his house.
The bank of the stream, which is near a mill, is fenced off with railing to prevent cattle falling into the water, and at this point shortly after seven o'clock the body of the deceased was found in the water. The following evidence was given:-
Mary Ann Bennett stated her husband was a dealer and kept a beerhouse. On Monday morning, a little after five o'clock, instead of calling her to light the candle, as he usually did, he must have lighted it himself. The first time she saw him he was leaving the bed with a light in his hand, and he went towards the bed where the children were sleeping and covered up one of them, and said "How hot you are " and then left the room. He was in the habit of getting up and going to thegarden house, and the morning before he got up even earlier, but he was then only absent about ten minutes, and came back to bed again. His circumstances have been very low of late, and he had been occasionally in low spirits, frequently sighing and saying "Oh dear." He had not been about to fairs and markets lately, but that was accounted for by his not being able to deal, and he said he had no money to meet his customers. He was very quiet on Sunday. He certainly had been sometimes in the habit of drinking too much, but for the last three weeks he had been more temperate than for some years. Albert Warr, carter in the employ of Mr Foot, stated about 20 minutes past six on Monday morning he was going to his work by the brook at Fifehead Neville, and saw the deceased resting his foot on the rail by the side of the brook looking into the water. He asked witness if he had seen his horse near Plumber-lane, which was the way he (witness)came, and witness replied he had not. He said the horse had got out in the night, some one had left the gate open, and then he said he must go up on the top of Fifehead-hill, and if he could not see the horse then it could not be seen anywhere. He then went into the middle of the road, and witness left him standing there. There was nothing in his manner to call witness' attention to him. He appeared the same as usual. James Bleathman stated on Monday morning about seven o'clock he went out with two horses for exercise, and when near the brook he saw a white smockfrock tied on by a blue neckerchief to a rail close to the brook, and a black "Jim Crow" hat on the ground underneath the rail. On looking over the rail into the stream he saw a body floating face downwards. He at once went and told two men named Laurence and Rake, and then went to Sturminster Newton and gave information to the police. Sidney Laurence, miller of Fifehead Neville, said he knew the deceased, and on Monday morning, a little after seven, from what the last witness told him, he went down to the brook and saw a body in the stream, which, though the late rains, was running swift and was deeper than usual. The body was face downwards, and there was a rope, about three or four yards long, fastened round the leg close to the foot, and the other end to a hazel branch growing beside the brook. With assistance he got the body out, and recognised it as that of Charles Bennett. The body was quite cold. The water at that part of the brook was about seven feet deep. The Coroner, having made a few remarks on the painful nature of the case, the jury returned as their verdict "That the deceased committed suicide by drowning, being at the time temporarily insane." The jury gave their fees to the widow, who is left with a family of ten children. "
A copy of the original newspaper article is held by Ann & Larry SUTTON (1999)

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Husband
Charles Bennett Pedigree
Birth: 1832 , Dorset, England
Christening:
Marriage: 01 FEB 1858 Sturminster Newt, , Dorset, England
Death: 1880
Burial:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wife
Mary Ann Proles Pedigree
Birth: 22 OCT 1831 Sturminster Newt, , Dorset, England
Christening:
Marriage: 01 FEB 1858 Sturminster Newt, , Dorset, England
Death: 24 APR 1918
Burial:-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Children 
BENNETT, Charles (I67)
 
25 (Research):1991 GRO London RLS
In 1918 the informant on the Death Certificate was M.J. TOPP, Daughter.
After Charles' death Mary Ann and the children moved to Australia (Queensland) A few years later Mary Ann and her children Mary Jane, Charles, Harriet and Rose returned to Sturminister-Newton. The other children moved to Victoria

Mary INKPEN
In the 1881 Census, Mary Ann was noted as Head of Family and had an occupation of Beerhouse Keeper and lived at Kingstone (Kingston) Also living in the house were Mary J (Dressmaker), Walter (Butcher), Tom, Harriet and Rose were Scholars

231x 
PROLES, Mary Ann (I132)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I971)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I972)
 
28 (Research):According to the 1851 Census William moved his family from Tivington, Somerset, England to Porthcawl, Glamorgan, Wales some time between 1843 (birth of his daughter Jane) and the 1851 census. CLATWORTHY, William (I1360)
 
29 (Research):According to the 1881 England Census Edwin (aged 21) was living at 7 County Ter, Bedminster, Somerset, England with his wife Blanche and baby son Walter. Edwin was working as a Railway Porter as was Nathaniel Collins who also lived at 7 County Ter with his wife at the same time in 1881.

Moving to CardiffEdwin's family moved to Cardiff sometime between 1885 (birth of Reginald in Bristol) and 1889 (birth of Frederick in Cardiff). This move to Carrdiff may well have been related to the construction of Barry Docks at Barry Island and the start of The Barry Railway Company in 1885. 
HUNT, Edwin Albert (I11)
 
30 (Research):After the first searches for Thomas in 1910 in London returned no positive results, I searched through the GRO BMD Index images from 1910 to end of 1912 for surname Butcher. The result of this provided one record that could be Thomas as it was the only Thomas Butcher within a London district within that 3 year period. There were other Thomas Butcher's in the London districts during that same period listed, however they all had initials that did not match Thomas'. The birth record was registered in the 1st quarter of 1911 and was in Wandsworth, which tied up with his residence when he got married. I ordered the certificate hoping the birth date would be in 1910, which it did turn out to be.In conclusion I believe the record found to be the correct Thomas Butcher. BUTCHER, Thomas Albert (I1004)
 
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I66)
 
32 (Research):Arthur attended the state school in Ferntree Gully until the age of 14 or 15 and played cricket with his Father and older Brothers with the Scoresby Cricket Club. He continued to work on the family farm for a few more years after leaving school, then started a poultry operation on part of the original farm. Arthur was considered, by many, to be a very innovative poultry farmer, being interviewed several times by various poultry trade magazines and gave talks to groups of agricultural students on several occasions.
At its peak the Johnson Poultry Farm was a very large operation having several employees. The farm had 5 big sheds, each of which was 300' long, 30' wide and 8' high plus other outbuildings. The brooder house alone could handle 5000 chicks at one time. He not only sold to the Australian market but also sold extensively throughout the Middle East and Ceylon.
Arthur and his wife met at a local weekly dance at Scoresby and both were considered excellent dancers.
All of his life Arthur was considered an artistic and cultured person and was respected as a truegentleman. He was very different from his brothers and more like his father, Samuel Arthur.
Arthur is buried with his wife at Rc a, Row 7 #13, Ferntree Gully,Victoria, Australia. 
JOHNSON, Arthur Samuel (I952)
 
33 (Research):Bay lived at Hatton Heath near Chester and did flowers for the Duchess of Westminster STARK, Bay (I167)
 
34 (Research):Birth would be 1844 according to 1881 Census. JESTY, Louisa (I409)
 
35 (Research):Emigrated to New Zealand and had 42 grandchildren. JESTY, Frederick George (I510)
 
36 (Research):Emily appears to have been a witness to the marriage of sister Esther Bylton to George Willis and signed her name as 'Emily Blighton'. BLYTON, Emily Ellen (I1274)
 
37 (Research):Found a Alfred Lockyer aged 21 born in Bristol as an A.B. (Able-Bodied, fully qualified Seaman) aboard the Penelope (24157) in 12/1864. As it takes 3 years to become a A.B. from a O.S. (Ordinary Seaman) Alfred must have been in the Mariner for at least 3 years prior to this. LOCKYER, Alfred (I1283)
 
38 (Research):German Town was 4 miles SW of Geelong

Cowie's Creek was 3 1/2 miles N of Geelong

Irish Town was 7 miles NE of Geelong 
CROUGH, Margaret Ann (I42)
 
39 (Research):Household Record 1881 British Census --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Household:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability Edward BROWN Head M Male 64 Winchester, Hampshire, England Jeweller Jane BROWN Wife M Female 60 Alresford, Hampshire, England Albert BROWN Son U Male 31 Winchester, Hampshire, England Watch Maker Kate BROWN Daur U Female 20 Winchester, Hampshire, England
Edward JESTY Asst U Male 24 Yeovil, Somerset, England Asst Watch Maker
Alice KENISEN Servt U Female 17 Northington, Hampshire, England General Servt--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Source Information:
Dwelling 27 High St
Census Place Winchester, Hampshire, England
Family History Library Film 1341301
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1232 / 75
Page Number 5 
JESTY, Edward (I453)
 
40 (Research):In Apr 1918 Mary Jane was the informant on Mary Ann Bennet's death certificate and put Kingston Hazelbury-Bryan as her address BENNETT, Mary Jane (I68)
 
41 (Research):In Jul 1912 Robert was the infoemant on Walter Bennett's death certificate and lived on Dandenong Rd Clayton VIC BENNETT, Robert (I72)
 
42 (Research):Jesty Family Tree suggests three children, Percy, Maurice, Helen JESTY, Reginald Percy (I463)
 
43 (Research):Lived in Somerset THOMAS, Henry (I152)
 
44 (Research):Martin Johnson was unable to locate the birth of a Benjamin Jesty in 1878 JESTY, Benjamin (I782)
 
45 (Research):Martin Johnson's source:
1901 British Census. GRO-St Catherine's House, Christchurch 2b 686. Cit. Date: Abt Mar 1895 
PROLES, Harry Joseph (I948)
 
46 (Research):On Walter's Death Certificate it states that he arrivied in Australia in 1883 with one year in Queensland and the rest in Victoria. It also stated that he was a Butcher and Dealer. BENNETT, Walter (I70)
 
47 (Research):Probably died 1855 PROLES, Thomas (I133)
 
48 (Research):The burial place Bell Brae is near Torquay

Line 6415 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
CHAN

Line 6416 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
CHAN DATE 1 JUL 1995 
RYAN, George Joseph (I41)
 
49 (Research):The marriage record between George Willis and Esther Blyton (Blighton) shows both names Blyton and Blighton. The Curate who performed the married ceremony has entered the marriage record with both Esther and her father Thomas with the surname 'Blighton' while Ester has signed her name as 'Esther Blyton'. In addition to this Esther's sister Emily appears to have been a witness to the marriage and signed her name as 'Emily Blighton'. BLYTON, Esther (I1046)
 
50 (Research):Unable to locate this individual at 1837online JESTY, Benjamin (I794)
 

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