Just updating now that I have rec'd some much anticipated certificates.
George Nathan Bagnall born 1847 in St. Giles, Middlesex, married in 1868 to Sarah Harris born 1842 in Oxford. He was a printer and/or a news agent porter. George and Sarah had the following children:
George born 1869
Lucy born 1871
Bertie born 1876
Daisy born 1879 all born in St. Pancras
George Nathan Bagnall's father was Samuel Bagnall who had passed away by the date of his son's marriage. I strongly believe but cannot confirm yet that Samuel Bagnall was married to an Ann ? and that they also had a son William born c1841 in St. Giles who married to a Margaret ? and had children:
Arthur born 1866
George born 1867
Constance born 1868
Ada born 1870
Clara born 1873
William born 1880 all born in St. Pancras
The above I have either proved or practically proved beyond doubt. A brother William and mother Ann were the two witness' on George's marriage cert. Following is conjecture:
In the 1881 census there is an Ann Bagnall born c1817 who is living with Richard Chas. Bagnall born c1830 in St. Giles. They are listed as husband and wife but also in the house is a James age 13, so Ann could not reasonably be his mother and the marriage with those ages also seems unlikely. Guesswork that Richard Chas. was Samuel's brother, taking in his brother's widow? Just guessing at this point. The census taker could just as easily written her age down wrong.
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