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Family tree - Radford 4 children, can only find 3
Started by: barbarabanter (211)   Report abuse
Are you able to help? As seen in the 1911 Census both Frank Godfrey Radford and Martha Radford (maiden name Casey) had 4 children, 2 died. I have been able to find out 3 in total, how can I find out who was number 4?

Father Frank Godfrey Radford
Born 23rd January 1858 Willand, Devon
Married Martha Casey on 6th July 1882 at St Dunstan and All Saints Church, Stepney
Died September 1933 Newton Abbot, Devon

Mother Martha Radford (maiden name Casey)
Born TBC
Married Frank Radford on 6th July 1882 at St Dunstan and All Saints Church, Stepney
Died March 1933 Newton Abbot, Devon

Children Mary Radford
Born 23rd January 1885 High Street, Poplar, Middlesex Baptised 8th March 1885 at St Dunstan and All Saints Church, Stepney Died March 1889 Poplar, Middlesex (aged 4)

Child Godfrey Thomas Radford
Born 5th November 1886, Woodford, Essex

Child Ethel Radford
Born 25th April 1889 in Bromley
Baptised 4th July 1889, Bromley St Leonard St Mary Borough Tower Hamlets

1891 Census Ethel Ethel aged 2 Address 229 Brunswick Road, Bromley

1901 Census Ethel Ethel aged 11 Address 229 Brunswick Road, Bromley

Posted by: kath arkwright (65) Report abuse
The other child is Eva born in 1883 reg Poplar and died in 1889 reg Poplar

Posted by: barbarabanter (211)   Report abuse
Kath Arkwright, I can't thank you enough! How on earth did you manage to find this out? Was Eva baptised? If so whereabouts in Poplar? Have you seen transcripts or something similar?

Posted by: kath arkwright (65) Report abuse
I looked on the ONS website where you can search for births with the mother's maiden name.

Posted by: barbarabanter (211)   Report abuse
Kath Arkwright, how lovely to hear from you. I have just tried finding the ONS website via Google as suggested. No joy. Please confirm the websites full address. Many thanks

Posted by: kath arkwright (65) Report abuse
Mea culpa! I'm so sorry but I should have put GRO website!I'd been speaking to a friend who used to work for ONS and also I didn't read what I'd written.

Posted by: barbarabanter (211)   Report abuse
No wonder I couldn't find it lol. I am keen to see what you originally found - since referred to enclosed website. Is this the correct one? I cant find a way to carry out a search, just like you did.

https://www.gov.uk/research-family-history

Posted by: winnie (1134)   Report abuse
you have to register i just have

Posted by: kath arkwright (65) Report abuse
gro.gov.uk and you should find the bit about searching but as Winnie says you have to register and the login/register bit is on the right hand side. Just putting GRO will bring up different options which all take you to the same place! Good Luck.

Posted by: barbarabanter (211)   Report abuse
I am trying to establish if Mary (maiden name Godfrey) and husband Thomas Radford who married on 8th May 1845 at The Parish Church, St Mary Arches, Exeter, Devon went on to have children other than the ones seen below. I suspect they lost one possibly more?

Children Adah Radford Born 9th October 1846 in Willand, Devon Frank Godfrey Radford Born 23rd January 1858 in Willand, Devon

Any suggestions are welcome.

Posted by: LEP1950 (741) Report abuse
Barbara,

If you look at the 1881 census, you will notice that there is a visitor named ELLEN TOVEY listed with the family. She is married and is visiting. She was born around 1850/51 in Willand, Devon, where Adah and Frank Godfrey were born. It might be worth trying to find out whether she could have been a Radford daughter. I don't know whether the numerator heard correctly with Tovey, but I couldn't find her in 1891 or 1901. I did find a marriage of an Ellen Radford, aged 29, to a John Charles Tovey in Bristol in 1880, but the father's name here is given as William. Don't have time to delve deeper at the moment.

Linda

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