Thanks for that. Is James marked as "deceased" on the certificate?
I have some *possibly* interesting entries for 1871 in a place called Manningham in Yorkshire.. and I should add I have only seen these from the index, not viewed the actual line up in the family there
Clasby James b 1848 "Flakebridge Orton Westmorland" Head
Clasby Ann b 1850 "Cartmebell, Lancashire" wife
Clasby John Thos b 1870"Kirkby Lonsdale" son
Clasby Margaret b 1868 "Natland, Westmorland" daughter
Clasby Edward b 1851"Oxenholme, Westmorland" brother
Could this be your Edward? It would make him close to 40 at marriage I know.. but an older brother James indicates a possible deceased father of the same name.. and the moving about would be consistent for the lifestyle of a Hawker (pretty much a market trader) All this family are in Manningham. I hope this helps.
I would guess that this family were originally Cleasbys.. as that is a common name in Westmorland
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