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Re: Maskell's from Berkshire
Posted by: kerry frater (ID *****3409) Date: April 04, 2010 at 03:04:55
In Reply to: Re: Maskell's from Berkshire by Mary Merrell of 522

In browsing the web for Charles MASKELL of Newbury Berkshire I came across your postings.

I am actually researching the BRADLEY family and believe I have found the George BRADLEY I am looking for in the 1841 Census:
1841 Census
Name        Sex        Age        Birth Year        Occupation        Where Born
BRADLY, Mary        F        60        1781               Berkshire
BRADLY, Richard        M        30        1811               Berkshire
BRADLY, Rachell        F        20        1821               Berkshire
BRADLY, George        M        9        1832               Berkshire
RG number: HO107 Piece: 33 Book/Folio: 3/17 Page: 28
Registration District: Newbury Union Sub District: Newbury EnumerationDistrict: Ecclesiastical Parish: Civil Parish: Newbury Municipal Borough: Newbury Address: Bartholomew Street, Newbury County: Berkshire

Rachel later married Charles MASKELL.
Charles was born circa 1820 in Shaw, Berkshire. My current research makes me believe that he is the son of Benjamin MASKELL & Ann BLACKMAN (if IGI is to be believed) Again using the unreliable IGI Benjamin may be the son of James & Martha.

George BRADLEY's birth is a bit of a mystery. He ended up in Birmingham, Warwickshire.

I am trying to discover more details of the family that surrounded him. This includes Rachel's family.

If any of these names make sense I would love to hear from you.



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