Elizabeth Payne

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Personal and Family Information

Elizabeth was born about 1811 in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, the daughter of unknown parents.

Her husband was James William Brinkler, whom she married on 18 NOV 1830 in Aylesbury, Buckignhamshire. Their five known children were William (1833->1851), James (c1841->1851), Thomas (c1843->1851), Sarah (c1845->1881) and Henry (c1848->1851).

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 1811
Place: Wendover, Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
Source: Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database

Census1851
Place: Dropshort, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Type: Census
Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
Source: Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database

See Note 1
Residence1830
Place: Aylesbury, Buckignhamshire
Type: Residence
FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
Source: FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
Authors: Buckinghamshire Family History Society

See Note 2

Notes

Note 1

Aylesbury (ref. 365b/205) at Dropshort.

James is 43, a railway labourer born in Leckhampsead.

His wife Elizabeth is a dressmaker born in Wendover.

Son William is 17, unmarried, a railway porter and ... [my note ran out of space], born Tingewick.

Son James age 10, scholar, born Aylesbury.

Son Thomas age 8, scholar, born Aylesbury

Daughter Sarah age 6, scholar, born Aylesbury

Son Henry, age 3, born Aylesbury.

Note 2

18 November 1830 by licence

James Wm BRINKLER bach of Winslow, Buckinghamshire & Elizabeth

PAYNE spin of this parish. Witnesses: Sarah Ann Brinkler, George

Wells.

Sources

  1. Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
    Source: Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
  2. Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
    Source: Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
  3. Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
    Source: Buckinghamshire FHS census returns database
  4. FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
    Source: FHTS - Buckinghamshire marriage transcription project
    Authors: Buckinghamshire Family History Society