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Sarah Bale married Samuel Corrick 1812 Culmstock, Devon
Posted by: Dave Cushing (ID *****3886) Date: June 27, 2008 at 12:11:15
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Hello,
Trying to confirm parentage of a Marianne Corrick (1831-1913),
who seems to be living w/ mother, a widow Sarah Corrick in Culmstock, Devon
in the 1841 census. In the household are Mary age 7, Emelia age 20, Benjamin age 17, & Sarah age 50.

Elsewhere, I'm seeing Benjamin Corrick born 1825 Culmstock of Samuel Corrick b approx 1790 & Sarah Bale b appr 1790.

Elsewhere, I'm seeing Samuel Corrick & Sarah Bale married 4 Nov 1812 Culmstock; children Anne 1813, Emily 1815, UK 1815, Emily 6 Jan 1818, William 1821-26, & Benjamin 1825.

1851 census Sarah Corrick, age 64, lives in Culmstock, Devon, w/ Mary Ann age 16, near James & George Bale.

Can anyone confirm Sarah Bale Corrick is the same as Sarah the mother of Mariane Corrick in the 1841-1851 censuses?
Does anyone know the birth/death dates of Sarah Bale Corrick?
Does anyone know the birth/death dates of Samuel Corrick?

family rumor suggests Marianne Corrick born 1831 was illegitimate; if indeed her mother is Sarah & this is Sarah Bale, then Samuel Corrick will perhaps have died. Were there birth certificates or christening records in Culmstock, Devon 1831?

Thanks,
DaveCushing2002@Yahoo.com


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