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Baldry of Suffolk

"Marianne Skinner" listed with her mother and step-family in 1841 census.

Leonard Baldry,
NOT John,
listed as "farmer" at dau's mar 1838,
had issue:

  1. Mary Baldry,
    born 1803, Easton, near Framlingham, Suffolk (see map).
    Marriage entry 1838 and [UK census, 1851] and [UK census, 1861] and [UK census, 1871] and [UK census, 1881] say born 1803.
    [UK census, 1841] says born 1806.
    She mar 1stly to Robert Skinner.
    He died.
    She had issue by 1st husband:

    1. Mary Ann Skinner,
      or Mary Anne, or Marianne,
      born 27 Jan 1834, Wickham Market, Suffolk,
      bapt 23 Feb 1834, Wickham Market.
      Living with mother and step-family in Ipswich in 1841 census.
      She is listed in 1851 census at school, St.Peter St, Ipswich.
      She mar 2 May 1855, Levington, Suffolk,
      to Samuel Anness [born 30 Dec 1833, Mayor of Ipswich] and had issue.
      (todo) See mar of Mary Anne Skinner, [GRO.UK], 1855 2nd qr, Woodbridge, Volume 4a Page 781.

    Mary mar 2ndly, 19 Sept 1838, to Joseph Wells and had issue.
    They mar at Wherstead parish church, S side of Ipswich, Suffolk (see map).
    She is listed as Mary Skinner at mar, servant, of Wherstead. Witnessed by Robert Newsom and Mary Wells.
    See transcript. Other transcript says mar 22 Aug 1838.
    NOT mar of Mary Ann Baldry, [GRO.UK], Ipswich, 4th qr 1838.

Might be the same as:

Leonard might be the same as the following (would be age 48 when dau born):

Definitely related

The following Margaret Baldry is a "cousin" of Joseph Leonard Wells.
She is probably 1st cousin, probably a dau of an older brother of Mary Baldry.

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