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Sarah HEATH

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  • Name Sarah HEATH  [1, 2
    Born 1858  Paulton, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Gender Female 
    Address 1861  Brittons, Paulton, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Address 1871  Batch, Paulton, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Occupation 1871  [2
    Domestic Servant 
    Person ID I420  My Genealogy
    Last Modified 27 Aug 2018 

    Father Jacob HEATH,   b. Abt 1834, Paulton, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Sarah HELPS,   b. 1829, Shoscombe, Somerset, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jun 1895  (Age 66 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married Mar 1859  [3
    Family ID F126  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 09/11
      The 1871 census records what is thought to be Sarah HEATH working as a domestic servant in the same household (of Henry B CURTIS) as her aunt Mary Ann HEATH.

  • Sources 
    1. [S26] 1861 Census, HEATH, Jacob (Jr); & family; RG09 piece 1679 folio 176 page 31.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Disability Where Born

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      HEATH, Jacob Head Married M 26 1835 Coal Miner Paulton
      HEATH, Sarah Wife Married F 29 1832 Wellow
      HEATH, Ann Daughter Unmarried F 12 1849 Scholar Paulton
      HEATH, Elizabeth Daughter F 10 1851 Scholar Paulton
      HEATH, Sarah Daughter F 1 1860 Paulton

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      RG number: RG09
      Piece: 1679
      Folio: 176
      Page: 31

      Registration District: Clutton
      Sub District: 3 Clutton
      Enumeration District: 11
      Ecclesiastical Parish:
      Civil Parish: Paulton
      Municipal Borough:
      Address: Brittons, Paulton
      County: Somersetshire

    2. [S8] 1871 Census, HEATH, Mary Ann; bc1831; RG10 piece 2470 folio 7 page 6.
      Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born

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      CURTIS, Henry B Head M 55 1816 Somerset
      HEATH, Sarah Servant F 11 1860 Somerset
      HEATH, Mary A Servant F 39 1832 Somerset

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      RG number: RG10
      Piece: 2470
      Folio: 7
      Page: 6

      Registration District: Clutton
      Sub District: Clutton
      Enumeration District: 10
      Ecclesiastical Parish:
      Civil Parish: Paulton
      Municipal Borough:
      Address: Pithay, Paulton
      County: Somersetshire

    3. [S47] Email, STANTON, Mervyn; 2007 01 31;.
      Hello Mark,

      Delighted with Rachel, your new family contact. I too have found the variety of Jacobs and Josephs and Sarah Heaths on the Censuses does seem to complicate matters, and the actual relationships are not easy to unravel without the individual BMD records to support one's suppositions. In Rachel's case, of course, the Birth Certificate should hopefully show exactly who her Elizabeth's mother and father really were. But on the level of supposition only, I see I have pencil notes on my paperwork that suggest Joseph (1819) was perhaps married to Sarah (1830 - born Camerton, Somerset), and their children were also probably, Ann (1849) and Elizabeth (1850). There does seem to be some age discrepancy between husband and wife but it was perfectly possible, I suppose, and the poor man died on 07/09/1852 at 33 years old and, again, his Death Certificate would reveal the reason - perhaps either the strain of coal-mining or of his young family!
      Incidentally Rachel quotes Jacob (1834) as not marrying Sarah Helps until 1859, but I have noted that he wasn't finished then, for she died in June 1895, and he married again on 25/12/1895 to Sarah Langridge (1834) at Paulton, as witnessed by John Langridge and Sarah Watts This second bride's father was James Langridge, chimney-sweep, which makes me wonder whether he was there too to bring them good luck!

      Love to all,
      Mervyn.