William Blackaby

b. 1822-1823 (app)
Hertford, Bishops Stortford


m. 06/11/1842
Jane Fuller Bishops Stortford, Hertford


b. 1845 (app) Emma Blackerby Hertford, Bishops Stortford
b. 1848 (app) Maria Blackerby Hertford, Bishops Stortford
b. 1850 (app) Blanch [sic] Blackerby Middx St Marylebone
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1841 Shoe m ?
1842 Cordwainer
1851 Boot Maker

Also known as

Willm Blackerby

Marriages Witnessed

01/02/1851 Marriage of Charles Miller and Jane Camp, Marylebone, Middlesex
Note: because marriage records do not indicate the relationship of the witnesses to the bride and groom, this list represents likely involvement of the individual on the basis of a name match.

Did You Know?

  • When Charles Miller married Jane Camp in Marylebone in February 1851 he gave his address as 10 Occus Street, and one of the witnesses was a William Blackaby. When the 1851 census was taken one of the residents of 10 Occus Street was William Blackaby, who may have been Jane's cousin through Maria Drage and Jane's mother Ruth Drage.



07/06/1841 Apton field, Bishops Stortford, Essex
06/11/1842 [Parish Church], Bishops Stortford, Hertford
06/11/1842 Bps Stortford, Hertford
30/03/1851 10 Occus Street, Marylebone, Middlesex
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