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Mary GARNER
of Narborough, Leicester, Leicestershire
Alternative names
Mary GARNER (Married)
Ancestors
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John GARNER
~1683 - ~1759
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Francis GARNER
bap.1718 - ~1784
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
Frances WOODWARD
~1683 - bur.1749
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
John GARNER
bap.1753 - bur.1808
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
John BARNES
bap.1599 - ~1660
of Desford, Leicestershire
Thomas BARNES
bap.1624 - bur.1698
of Desford, Leicestershire
 
Mary [BARNES]
~1601 - bur.1651
of Desford, Leicestershire
William BARNES
bap.1667 - bur.1744
Weaver of Desford, Leicestershire
 
William MOORE
bap.1582 - ~1648
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
Margery MOORE
bap.1624 - bur.1672
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
William MARCHE
~1549 - ~1633
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
Elizabeth MARCHE
bap.1589 - bur.1657
of Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
Prudence BARNES
1718 - bur.1789
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
Prudence WARD
1677 - bur.1744
of Atherstone, Warwickshire
Mary GARNER
bap.1783 - ~1852
of Narborough, Leicester, Leicestershire
 
Thomas PERRY
~1686 - ~1771
of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Henry PERRY
bap.1727 - bur.1800
Ribbon weaver of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
Mary PERRY
bap.1759 - bur.1789
of Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
John MILLS
~1696 - ~1774
of Chilvers Coton, Warwickshire
Elizabeth MILLS
bap.1731 - bur.1768
of Astley, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
John HANKINSON
~1661 - bur.1724
Weaver of Stockingford, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Sarah HANKINSON
1702 - ~1769
of Stockingford, Nuneaton, Warwickshire
 
Mary [HANKINSON]
~1673 - ~1723
Spouses and Descendants
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Mary GARNER
bap.1783 - ~1852
of Narborough, Leicester, Leicestershire
  m. Serjeant John GARNER (1777 - 1830)
 
William GARNER
bap.1802 - ~1876
Sawyer of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Elizabeth COOPER (~1801 - ~1876)
 
Ann GARNER
bap.1820 - ~1889
of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Anne ACOX (~1798 - ~1848)
  m. James WATTS (~1824 - ~1899)
 
Hannah GARNER
bap.1839 - ~1890
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Sarah GARNER
bap.1823 - bur.1826
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Thomas GARNER
bap.1825 - bur.1827
of Burbage, Leicestershire
John GARNER
bap.1827 - ~1903
Soderer of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Ann SUTTON (~1832 - ~1906)
 
John GARNER
bap.1852 - ~1911
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Mary Ann GARNER
bap.1855 - ~1918
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Elizabeth 'Betsey' GARNER
bap.1858 - ~1912
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Edwin GARNER
bap.1861 - ~1920
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Frederick GARNER
~1863 - ~1913
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Arthur GARNER
~1865 - ~1923
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Walter GARNER
~1872 - ~1927
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Florence GARNER
~1874 - ~1928
of Leicester, Leicestershire
  m. Ernest Harry HOLLINGSWORTH (1873 - ~1923)
 
Richard Rawlings HOLLINGSWORTH
1900 - 1970
  m. Lilian May WARD (1906 - 1999)
 
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Lilian May HOLLINGSWORTH
~1903 - ~1953
Martha GARNER
bap.1830 - ~1890
Seamer of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Henry WATTS (~1831 - ~1896)
 
William WATTS
bap.1855 - 1906
of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Elizabeth PYE (~1863 - ~1929)
 
Lily Elizabeth WATTS
1888 - ~1938
of Islington, Middlesex
Daisy WATTS
1890 - ~1940
of Islington, Middlesex
Martha Beatrice WATTS
1893 - ~1943
of Islington, Middlesex
William Henry WATTS
1900 - 1969
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Elsie Ellen GREEN (~1899 - 1934)
 
William Henry Jerome WATTS
1926 - 1985
of Islington, Middlesex
  m. Audrey Irene MUNSON (1926 - 2016)
 
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Pauline Gladys WATTS
1929 - 1929
of Islington, Middlesex
Henry WATTS
~1857 - ~1909
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Ann WATTS
1860 - ~1910
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Sarah WATTS
1863 - ~1913
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Catherine GARNER
bap.1832 - bur.1832
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Thomas GARNER
bap.1833 - ~1888
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Elizabeth GARNER
bap.1836 - ~1891
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Rebecca GARNER
1839 - ~1895
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Catharine GARNER
1842 - ~1897
of Burbage, Leicestershire
John GARNER
1806 - 1865
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Hannah WELDON (1807 - 1883)
 
William GARNER
bap.1827 - ~1896
Framework knitter of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Ann [GARNER] (~1827 - ~1894)
 
Emely GARNER
~1849 - ~1905
of Burbage, Leicestershire
John GARNER
~1851 - ~1906
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Ann GARNER
~1859 - ~1910
of Burbage, Leicestershire
William GARNER
~1861 - ~1931
Shoe finisher of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Mary Ann [GARNER] (~1862 - ~1931)
 
William P GARNER
1882 - ~1960
Invoice clerk of Leicester, Leicestershire
  m. Emma A [GARNER] (1882 - ~1960)
 
Olive M GARNER
1916 - ~1978
Printing bench hand of Leicester, Leicestershire
Grace Anne GARNER
1921 - 1999
Cake shop assistant of Leicester, Leicestershire
  m. William L LINDSAY (~1911 - ?)
 
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Edith A GARNER
1885 - ~1943
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Edwin J GARNER
1886 - ~1943
Shoe clicker of Leicester, Leicestershire
Bertram GARNER
1889 - ~1945
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Sidney GARNER
1891 - ~1946
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Nellis GARNER
1894 - ~1947
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Millicent GARNER
1896 - ~1948
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Betsy GARNER
~1863 - ~1913
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Martha GARNER
bap.1829 - ~1879
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Esther Elizabeth GARNER
~1830 - 1893
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Richard GARNER
bap.1835 - 1909
Agricultural labourer of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Harriett SMITH (~1844 - ~1918)
 
Arthur GARNER
~1863 - ~1922
of Burbage, Leicestershire
John GARNER
1839 - 1901
Builder of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. Esther BAILEY (1843 - 1882)
  m. Elizabeth PICKERING (~1838 - 1915)
 
Arthur Bailey GARNER
bap.1863 - 1885
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Thomas GARNER
bap.1864 - 1934
Carpenter of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Barbara GREEN (~1859 - ~1931)
 
Elsie GARNER
1891 - ~1946
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Captain John Bailey GARNER MC and Bar
1891 - ~1955
Acting Captain - Leicestershire Regiment of Hinckley, Leicestershire
 
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Clive GARNER
~1893 - ~1943
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Gladys Esther GARNER
1896 - 1978
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Walter HADDON (~1885 - ~1960)
 
Jeffrey E HADDON
1919 - ~1969
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
A Private Individual
  m. Reginald EATWELL (~1911 - ?)
 
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Arthur Stanley GARNER
~1904 - 1974
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Dorren Alma Hackett [GARNER] (~1904 - ?)
 
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Robert GARNER
~1906 - ~1956
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Ada GARNER
1867 - 1868
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Esther Elizabeth 'Lizzie' GARNER
1871 - 1911
Monthly nurse of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. William Edward WEAVER (1869 - 1960)
 
William John 'Laddie' WEAVER
1904 - 2000
Building Contractor of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
  m. Ena Flora EDWARDS (1908 - 1983)
 
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  m. Beryl Stuart FIDLER (1936 - 2007)
 
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  m. Daniel Thomas BAYLIE (1989 - ?)
 
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Ralph Willoughby WEAVER
1911 - 1987
of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
  m. Maisie 'Bunty' BAILEY (1910 - 1993)
 
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Catherine Elizabeth WEAVER
1951 - 2007
 
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Willoughby 'Wink' GARNER
bap.1874 - ~1937
Shop assistant (silversmith) of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Ada Elizabeth RANSLEY (~1875 - ~1938)
 
Margery Elizabeth GARNER
1900 - 1902
of London, Middlesex
John Willoughby 'Jack' GARNER
1901 - 1962
of London, Middlesex
Mildred Ada GARNER
1904 - ~1968
of Brentford, Hounslow, Middlesex
  m. Harold G HANNAFORD (~1899 - ~1974)
 
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  m. Edward 'Teddy' BROWN (~1907 - ?)
 
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  m. Eric M T RIDLEY (~1906 - ?)
 
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Arnold Willoughby GARNER
1912 - ~1962
Estate Agent
Monica Agnes Henrietta 'Monica' GARNER
1915 - ~1976
of Brentford, Hounslow, Middlesex
  m. Bernard HARRIS (~1903 - ~1978)
 
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Christopher BENTLEY
1963 - 2002
of Belper R.D., Derbyshire
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John Weldon GARNER
bap.1877 - 1886
of Hinckley, Leicestershire
Stephen GARNER
1841 - ~1846
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Ann GARNER
1845 - ~1913
Stocking maker of Burbage, Leicestershire
  m. William BRIGHTMORE (~1846 - ~1895)
 
Ada BRIGHTMORE
~1871 - ~1926
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Charles BRIGHTMORE
~1872 - ~1927
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Ann BRIGHTMORE
~1873 - ~1927
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Emily BRIGHTMORE
~1877 - ~1929
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Willoughby BRIGHTMORE
~1879 - ~1930
of Leicester, Leicestershire
Ellen Esther BRIGHTMORE
1883 - ~1961
of Leicester R.D., Leicestershire
  m. Harry Ernest IRELAND (1886 - ~1962)
 
Ernest T IRELAND
1912 - ~1962
of Hinckley R.D., Leicestershire
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  m. WALKER (~1916 - ?)
 
Nellie IRELAND
1917 - 1987
Flatlock machinist (underwear) of Hinckley, Leicestershire
  m. Charles W PAYNE (~1908 - ?)
 
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Catherine GARNER
bap.1808 - bur.1825
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Martha GARNER
bap.1810 - bur.1833
of Burbage, Leicestershire
Narrative and Notes

Mary GARNER was born with her twin Joseph in August 1782. Her Presbyterian parents, John and Mary GARNER, baptized them in a Presbyterian chapel in Narborough. They later baptized a brother Richard in a similar chapel in Hinckley. Mary's future husband, John GARNER, was also baptized in the same Hinckley chapel, so the two GARNER families may have been connected through their church as well as potentials through family ties.

Mary married Corporal John GARNER of the First or Grenadier Guards Regiment in Feb 1802 having had banns read from Nov 1801. She would have been 19 years old. The ceremony was performed by the Rector I Dyke, as was recorded in the Regimental records.

Marrying a soldier was a risky proposition in the early 19th century, not only because of the risk of the husband's sudden, early death, but because if the soldier was posted abroad then the wife and children may be left destitute because the Army offered no help to soldiers' dependents while the soldier lived. As a result the bride's family would often threaten to cut the bride off, if she went ahead with the marriage. It is not clear what Mary's parents thought of the marriage, but if the families had known each other since their children were young they may have seen it coming.

Mary and John baptized four children in Burbage, although the baptism of John in 1806 is an assumed copying error made sometime in the 19th century where the name GRANGER was written instead of GARNER. (I believe that two baptisms involving John GARNER and a GRANGER child were merged when the copyist lost their place.)

- William on 3 Oct 1802 in Burbage

- John "GRANGER" on 19 Mar 1806 in Burbage

- Catherine in 1808 in Burbage

- Martha in 1810 in Burbage.

Mary probably lived with John as he moved around from one Army posting to another. She was living with him, with one child - probably their youngest, Martha - in 1821 when she was allowed "Marching money" to travel the 99 miles home to Burbage when her husband, newly Serjeant, John GARNER, was discharged in August 1821. This allowance was only available at discharge so how they funded they returns to Burbage for their children's christenings is unclear.

It was common for wives to travel with their husbands on campaign, so it is reasonably to believe that Mary went to Sicily in 1807 (where Catherine was perhaps conceived), Corunna, Spain in 1809, the Netherlands in 1809, Spain in 1811-14, France 1814 and on the Waterloo Campaign in 1815. If she did then she would have endured many of the privations that the soldiers endured.

As many as sixty wives of soldiers would follow a battalion (of approximately 800-1000 men) during the Peninsula War, but as a Serjeant's wife Mary might have been given priority. It is estimated that 1,500 soldier's wives were transported to Portugal in 1808 at public expense. After the retreat to Corunna in January 1809 the practice was stopped due to the harrowing march across mountains in winter that many of the camp followers would not have survived. But by 1813 the practise had restarted.

If Mary had been left behind then the scene may have been summed up by a contemporary witness as follows: "It was indeed most affecting to witness the distress of those whose fate it was to remain behind, and the despair that was pictured on the countenances of the unhappy creatures was truly pitiable. Many of them, young, helpless, and unprotected, were forced to wander back to their own country, pennyless, and broken-hearted, and to all intents and purposes left in a widowed state, for few of them were fated ever to behold their husbands again."

The Army took no responsibility for the dependents left behind by soldiers sent abroad, and work for Army wives with children, like Mary, would have been hard to find and wages would have been low. Unless their family took them in, then they would be left with a plea for parish poor relief or begging. Many returned to the regimental headquarters for the moral support network of the other wives, and where they might have existing employment. Some would have received mail from literate soldiers - as a Serjeant John must have learned to read and write - and the fortunate would receive some portion of their husband's pay. But travelling with a husband would have been a more attractive option if available.

While there was a prohibition against a woman with children being allowed to sail with regiments, it may have been an army preference, not a universal practice. There are many references to children of intermediate age accompanying their mothers, including in the 1808-9 campaigns.

The role of a wife on compaign would encompass foraging, cooking, delivering food and drink when the men on duty or in action, companionship, childcare and transport of the family's belongings but might include her husband's arms and equipment if the husband was sick or wounded. After an engagement they would locate and nurse a wounded husband, or have them buried. Wives walked with soldiers during marches, although that may not have been permitted in the First Regiment of Guards who were the standard bearers of martial rectitude. Two key attributes were expected of wives by their husbands: service and sexual fidelity; a failure to provide these could lead to a loss of protection and everything that entailed. A widowed wife or her children was not entitled to their rations so soldiers' widows would re-marry after a week, despite the stigma, to receive food and protection.

Camp followers were subject to the same martial law as soldiers, and were considered to be part of the army. The wife of a soldier would receive half-rations and the children quarter rations. The families were expected to keep up with the march, and many procured donkeys - they weren't allowed to ride on the baggage carts - not only to carry children and belongings, but to range into the countryside foraging for food. Travelling far from the army became essential when Wellington prohibited women from buying bread less than two leagues (i.e. 2 hours walk) from the commisariat depot. Official rations included a monotonous diet of biscuit and beef. Potatoes, olives, onions, cabbage, beans, maize, grapes, chickens, fish (salt and fresh), pigs, rabbits, and sausage were all non-ration items that would need to be foraged for around the line of march.

Hunger reached a low point at Talavera in summer of 1809 when promised provisions failed to arrive. Regimental funds were then used to buy local food at inflated rates instead of paying soldiers their wages. At a stroke the soldiers' wives had neither food not income to obtain it. It is perhaps not surprising that rumours of prostitution arose at this time, although this is unlikely to extend to a Serjeant's wife.

But worse had happened earlier in the year when the retreat to Corunna left many women and children dead from cold and exhaustion. Horrific stories of women lying by the road with whimpering, dying children are notable. While the men were issued with new clothes, shoes and had access to cobblers, no provision was made for the wives' and children's clothing which the women would need to procure, mend and wash themselves. By all accounts the whole of the Peninsula army and its followers looked like vagabonds by the time they reached France.

A Serjeant's wife was accorded the honorific of Mrs, so Mary would have been called Mrs. Garner, and would enjoyed improved status amongst the wives and other camp followers. Of course, when John was reduced to Private in February 1815 that would have also impacted on her standing in her community.

Whether Mary joined John on campaign or not, she was with him in London in the summer of 1821 when he was honorably discharged.

John left the army on 24 Aug 1821 as a Serjeant. Mary and a child, probably Martha who would be 11 years old, had been living with him in London and they were paid £1 12s 4 1/2d "Marching money", a travel allowance, for the 99 miles journey back to Hinckley as were all wives and children of honourably discharged soldiers.

Her husband died in 1830. Assuming she outlived him, she most likely stayed in Burbage, but no burial has been found in Burbage or Hinckley that fits her age from 1821 onwards. Alternatively she may have relocated to live with a family member. She hasn't been found in the 1841 or 1851 censuses.

The only locally registered deaths before the 1841 were all infants:

Timeline
Personal Family World
Date
Age*
Event
Place
23 Feb 1783
0
Baptism 
1
Presbyterian chapel, Narborough, , Leicestershire, England
4 Mar 1789
6
Burial of mother Mary PERRY 
2
Great Meeting Presbyterian Chapel, Hinckley, , Leicestershire, England
frm 10 Nov 1801 to 24 Nov 1801
18
Marriage Banns to husband Serjeant John GARNER 
3
 
7 Feb 1802
18
Marriage to husband Serjeant John GARNER 
456
Burbage, Leicestershire
3 Oct 1802
19
Baptism of son William GARNER 
7
Burbage, Leicestershire
c. 1806
23
Birth of son John GARNER 
8
Burbage, Leicestershire
11 May 1808
25
Burial of father John GARNER 
9
Burbage, Leicestershire
8 Jun 1808
25
Baptism of daughter Catherine GARNER 
10
Burbage, Leicestershire
12 Sep 1810
27
Baptism of daughter Martha GARNER 
11
Burbage, Leicestershire
27 Jun 1820
37
Marriage of son William GARNER and Elizabeth COOPER 
12
Burbage, Leicestershire
to 24 Aug 1821
38
Residence 
London, Middlesex
frm 25 Aug 1821
38
Residence 
Hinckley, Leicestershire
6 Nov 1825
42
Burial of daughter Catherine GARNER 
13
Burbage, Leicestershire
15 Nov 1826
43
Marriage of son John GARNER and Hannah WELDON 
14
Burbage, Leicestershire
21 Jul 1830
47
Death of husband Serjeant John GARNER 
Burbage, Leicestershire
20 Nov 1833
50
Burial of daughter Martha GARNER 
1516
Burbage, Leicestershire
13 Jan 1865
81
Death of son John GARNER 
17
St Mary Infirmary, Leicester, , Leicestershire, England
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Narborough (Presbyterian) Church Records
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1783

Joseph }

Mary } twin children of John & Mary Garner Hinkley Feb 23 - Aug: 25=82

2 - Great Meeting, Hinckley, Church Records
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Mary the 'Wife' of John Garner was buried March 4th 1789 Wm Severn

3 - Burbage Parish Records
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4 - Burbage Parish Records
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No 46

Banns of Marriage between John Garner & Mary Garner both of this parish were published on the three Sundays underwritten:

That is to say,

On Sunday, the 10 Novr

On Sunday, the 17 Novr

On Sunday, the 24 Novr

J Dyke Rector

5 - 1st Foot Guards Registry of Marriages

REGISTRY OF MARRIAGES

Rank, Christian and Surname of the Soldier ... Corporal John Garner

(specifying whether Bachelor of Widower) ... [blank]

Christian and Surname of the Woman ... Mary Garner

(specifying whether Spinster of Widow) ... [blank]

Place of Marriage, specifying Parish, County, 7c ... Burbage, Leicester

Date of Marriage ... 7 Feby 1802

Signatures of the Parties married ... [blank]

Signatures of Two Witnesses present at the Ceremony ... [blank]

Signature of the Chaplain, or Officiating Clergyman, by whom the marriage was solemnized ... J Dyke Rector

I certify the above Registry to be correct

Signature of the Adjutant [blank]

6 - Burbage Parish Records
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no. 46

John Garner of this Parish and Mary Garner of the same were Married in this Church by Banns this seventh Day of Febry in the Year One Thousand eight Hundred and two By me Jerome Dyke

This marriage was solemnized between Us

The mark of John Garner x

The mark of Mary Garner x

in the Presence of

The mark of Abraham Forryan +

Jeremiah Dawson

7 - FamilySearch.org

Name William Garner

Gender Male

Christening Date 03 Oct 1802

Christening Place BURBAGE,LEICESTER,ENGLAND

Father's Name John Garner

Mother's Name Mary

8 - UK 1851 Census - 30th March 1851
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John Garner - Head - Mar - 44 - Stocking Weaver - Leics Burbage

Hannah Garner - Wife - Mar - 44 - Seamer - Leics Syston

Elizabeth Garner - Daur - U - 20 - - Leics Burbage - Blind

Richard Garner - Son - U - 16 - Stocking Weaver - Leics Burbage

John Garner - Son - - 11 - Seamer - Leics Burbage

Ann Garner - - Daur - 5 - - Leics Burbage

9 - Burbage Parish Records
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John Garner aged of this Parish was buried 11 May 1808

Registered by me J Dyke

10 - FamilySearch.org

Name Catharine Garner

Gender Female

Christening Date 08 Jun 1808

Christening Place BURBAGE,LEICESTER,ENGLAND

Father's Name John Garner

Mother's Name Mary

11 - FamilySearch.org

Name Martha Garner

Gender Female

Christening Date 12 Sep 1810

Christening Place BURBAGE,LEICESTER,ENGLAND

Father's Name John Garner

Mother's Name Mary

12 - Burbage Parish Records

William Garner of this Parish and Elizabeth Cooper of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of - this thwenty seventh Day of June in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty By me I Dyke Rctor

This marriage was solemnized between us

William Garner

Elilizabeth [sic] Cooper

In the Presen of

X The Mark of Richard

13 - FamilySearch.org

ame Catherine Garner

Event Type Burial

Event Date 6 Nov 1825

Event Place Burbage, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom

Age 17

Religion Anglican

Page Number 48

Record Number GBPRS/LEICS/BUR/00742201

Affiliate Image Identifier http:/ /search.findmypast.co.uk/record?i d=S2/GBPRS/LEICS/15-0818-GB-LEC-BURBAGE-DE3367-25-BURIALS-1813-1855/00054

14 - St Catherine's Church, Burbage, Leicestershire
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John Garner of this Parish

and Hannah Weldon of this Parish

were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of ---- this fifteenth Day of November in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty six

By me J Dyke Rector

This marriage was solemnized between us John Garner, Hannah Weldon

In the Presence of

X The mark of John Dawson

X The mark of Martha Garner

15 - FamilySearch.org

Name Martha Garner

Event Type Burial

Event Date 20 Nov 1833

Event Place Burbage, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom

Age 23

Religion Anglican

Page Number 81

Record Number GBPRS/LEICS/BUR/00742464

Affiliate Image Identifier htttp: //search.findmypast.co.uk/record? id=S2/GBPRS/LEICS/15-0818-GB-LEC- BURBAGE-DE3367-25-BURIALS-1813-1855/00088

16 - Burbage Parish Records

BURIALS in the Parish of Burbage in the County of Leicester in the Year 1833

Martha Garner - Burbage [Abode] - Nov 20th [when buried] - 23 yrs [age] - I Dyke

17 - UK General Registry Office Death Certificate
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Superintendent Registrar's District Leicester

Registrar's District West Leicester

1865 DEATHS in the District of West Leicester in the County of Leicester

No.

When Died

Name and Surname

Sex

Age

Rank or Profession

Cause of Death

Signature, Description and Residence of Informant

When Registered

Signature of Registrar

58

Thirteenth January 1865

Infirmiary St Mary

John Garner

Male

60 years

Stocking maker

Chronic cystitis

Renal disease suppression of urine

P.M. Certified

Fredk Clements

In attaendance

Infirmiary Leicester

Twenty first January 1865

William Mitchell

Registrar