I found Margaret in the 1871 census living in Westhampnett with her sister, Caroline.
Caroline is shown as a widow named Drake. I also looked at Denbeigh Road for 1861 but she
is not there. There are 3 families with a Devon connection but her shares may be being
managed by a solicitor. I would look for references in Trade Directories for her school.
It would be worth looking for Caroline's marriage and husbands subsequent death. This
may be the marriage.
First name(s) Caroline
Last name Beazley
Birth year -
Marital status S
Marriage year 1852
Marriage date 03 Jun 1852
Place Salisbury, St Martin
By licence or by banns L
Spouse's first name(s) James Augustus
Spouse's last name Drake
Spouse's age Full
Spouse's marital status W
Spouse's residence Mells Somerset
Spouse's occupation ? India Merchant
Father's name Aaron Beazley
Father's occupation Surgeon
Spouse's father's name William Drake
Spouse's father's occupation ? India Merchant
Witness 1 J H Croft
Witness 2 M A Clark
Witness 3 Louisa T H Duke
Witness 4 Emily ?chard Forsle
There is a possibility they were in India in 1861.
From: Kite Hill Farm [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 28 June 2018 09:37
Subject: [DEV] MARGARET BAZLEY - 1794 - 1878.
Hello List, I am trying to climb over a brick wall regarding Margaret
BAZLEY - b1794 Okehampton - d1878 Bognor, Sussex.
I have most of her details but she goes off the radar from 1854 - Mells,
Somerset. She is then reported in various newspapers as an investor in the
National Provincial Bank, of Ilfracombe from 1858 to 1863 when she is
reported of Denbigh Road, Kensington Park, London. I have been through the
1861 census with variations of her name etc but cannot find her anywhere.
Can anyone suggest anything else that I can try and find her through.
Isle of Wight.
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