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*Archived * -Hipkiss and Warr

Postby suki » Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:59 pm

I notice I have a Maria Warr and James Hipkiss1778 married cradley 1808 on my tree on tribal and that there is a Moses Hipkiss 1778 and Sarah Warr on another tree just wondered if there is a connection. One family has a daughter Louisa and another Ann Louisa.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby mallosa » Mon Dec 01, 2008 7:40 pm

Found this (extracted)

MOSES HIPKISS
Christening: 02 MAY 1779 Saint Thomas, Dudley, Worcester

Father: JOSEPH HIPKISS
Mother: JANE

and this:(extracted)

JAMES HIPKIS
Christening: 10 JUL 1791 Park Lane Presbyterian, Cradley, Worcester, England

Father: JOHN HIPKIS
Mother: JANE
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby peterd » Mon Dec 01, 2008 7:54 pm

this is intresting might have 2 bro 2 sisters here


MARIA WARR
JAMES HIPKISS
Marriage: 20 NOV 1808 Cradley, Worcester, England

SARAH WARR
MOSES HIPKISS
Marriage: 26 JUN 1808 Cradley, Worcester, England
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby peterd » Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:29 pm

found this submitted in bcc it says c 1780 ?

Sarah Warr
Birth: 1791 Tardebigg, Worcester, England

Spouse: Moses Hipkiss
Marriage: 26 JUN 1808
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby suki » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:09 pm

Can any one find Maria Warr in Tardebigg is there really such a place!!!
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby peterd » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:15 pm

TARDEBIGG is in Warwick, 3 miles S.E. of Bromsgrove,
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby linell » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:16 pm

1851 Census Overend Cradley
Moses Hipkiss HD M 73 Iron Manufacturer Rowley Regis
Sarah Wife 60 Tarrdebigg Worcs
Moses Son U 23 Forgeman Lye Worcs
Sarah D U 16 Cradley Worcs

Tarrdebigg is half in Worcs and half in Warks near Redditch, has a very interesting History. There are some books knocking about on Tarrdebigg, I did read one a few years back. Sarah's Mother may have been visiting relations when Sarah was born, it doesn't mean that her family were actually from there?? Who knows :lol: linell.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby linell » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:30 pm

The Vicar's Notebook for Cradley 1857 says that 'Sarah Hipkiss has lived here 31 years' so it does sound as though she was from somewhere else, like Tarrdebigg I suppose?? linell.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby gardener » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:58 pm

1841
Rowley Regis
Jas Hipkiss,50,forgeman,y
Mariah ditto,50,n
Henry ditto,20,y
Thomas ditto,18,y

Henry has a submitted entry as bapt 21 1821 Halesowen, James Hipkiss, Maria Warr

Doesn't help with Mariah's origins though other than not Staffordshire for birth

James bpt 21st June 1818 James and Maria Hipkiss, Hill, Forgeman
Henry 21st Jan 1821 James and Maria Hipkiss, Hill, Forgeman
Francis bpt 17th Nov 1822 James and Maria Hipkiss, Rowley, forgeman
David bpt 20 Mar 1825 James and Maria Hipkiss, Rowley, Forgeman
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:15 am

any chance someone could add the relevant info to Connections please?.....anyone???
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby linell » Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:52 am

Hi NL, the Moses Hipkiss line is all on there, I can put James on later today, does he connect to anyone? Catch up with you later, best wishes from linell.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby Northern Lass » Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:11 am

Thanks Linell :wink:
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby linell » Tue Dec 02, 2008 8:26 pm

Hi NL, have added the names for the children of James Hipkiss and Maria, 11 in all. A few queries, 1841 Census has a son Thomas aged 18 born about 1822, same age as Francis Baptised 1822 who is not on the Census, are they one of the same? Strange as I found all the Baptisms except for this Thomas, I suppose he may not be a son being as the 1841 Census does not give relationships??

Maria Warr seems to be the daughter of John Warr and Ruth Oldnall they Married 23.4.1791 Kingswinford. Maria Baptised 1.4.1798, yet she is aged 50 on the 1841 Census, another 1841 anomally I suppose?? Siblings are John Baptised Halesowen 1796, Charles baptised 1809 Bromsgrove (this could be the Tarrdebigg connection) Joseph baptised Cradley 1800, and Sarah baptised 1792 Old Swinford. The baptism of Charles in Bromsgrove now makes me think that this Sarah could be the one who Married Moses Hipkiss?? Moses and Sarah have a Granddaughter called Ruth Needs some more investigation I think :!: Best Wishes from linell.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby linell » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:08 pm

Just checked the Marriages of Moses Hipkiss to Sarah Warr and the one of James Hipkiss to Maria Warr, they were both Witnesses at each other's Marriages, must be brothers and sisters............linell.
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Re: Hipkiss and Warr

Postby peterd » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:26 pm

linell wrote:Just checked the Marriages of Moses Hipkiss to Sarah Warr and the one of James Hipkiss to Maria Warr, they were both Witnesses at each other's Marriages, must be brothers and sisters............linell.


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