Emma WEARY

89. Emma WEARY, daughter of Abel WEARY and Honour TOOKER, was born during April 1839 in St Neot. She was baptised on 25 April 1839 in St Neot, Liskeard, Cornwall, England.

Parish Baptism Transcription: Emma Weary 1839

From the Cornwall OPC Database
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Emma appeared in the census on 6 June 1841 aged 2, she was living with her parents Abel [40] a Farmer and Honour [30] in Tremaddock, St Neot, Liskeard, Cornwall, England. In the household with them was her siblings Frances [9], John [5], Edwin [3] and Jane [1]. There was also a Harry Cowling [19] and Ann Champion [30].

Emma appeared in the census on 30 March 1851 aged 11. She was living with her parents Abel [53] a Farmer of 50 Acres Employing 2 Labourers and Honor [43] in Tremaddock. In the household with them were her siblings John [14], Edwin [12] both Sons Employed on Farm and Jane T [10].

Emma appeared in the census on 3 April 1861 aged 21. She was living with her parents Abel 64] a Farmer of 100 Acres and Honour [53] at Carpwan, Northwood, St Neot. Also, in the household was her siblings John [25] a Farmer’s Son, Jane Tooker [20] and visitor Amelia Wilton [2].

Emma married John WILCE on 2 July 1861 at the Parish Church in the Parish of St Neot in the County of Cornwall.  The marriage was witnessed by John Tooker Weary and Emma Langsford.

Parish Marriage Record: Emma Weary and John Wilce 1861

John WILCE, the son of Walter WILCE, was born during 1832 in St Kew, Cornwall, England. For the continuation of this line please click on Johns name at the beginning of the paragraph.