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Home » Family History Help » ROEBUCK or MOSLEY a conundrum from HEPWORTH

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08/07/2016 20:37:44

mj81
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In the 1871 census Fanny Roebuck (b 1834 Derwent, Derbyshire) is living with husband Charles Roebuck (FARMER) in Hepworth, together with daughter Ann Roebuck (b1858.) Charles dies in 1874. In the 1881/1891/1901/1911 census Fanny again appears - this time as HEAD/WIDOW/FARMER - her daughter Ann Roebuck remains with her. The issue is that Fanny is shown with the surname MOSLEY but I can find no record of a marriage. The only conclusion I can make is that Fanny remarried but was again widowed in the interim period (between 1874 and 1881) - but can find no no evidence to prove that.
Fanny died in Hepworth in August 1911 - the GRO and probate records show MOSLEY and she is laid to rest in Hepworth Wesleyan Cemetery with her original husband Charles and daughter Ann - the dates on the headstone agree with the probate record - but no surname is shown on the headstone.
Can anybody identify the missing husband and when a marriage took place?
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