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Family of George HARVEY and Lucy HARRISON

Husband: George HARVEY (bef1769-bef1801)
Wife: Lucy HARRISON ( -bef1795)
Children: George John Harrison HARVEY (1795- )

Husband: George HARVEY

Name: George HARVEY1
Sex: Male
Father: George HARVEY ( -bef1789)
Mother: Elizabeth ? (1741?-bef1815)
Birth bef 7 Apr 1769 Cambridge2
Christening 7 Apr 1769 (age 0) Cambridge, Cambridgeshire3
Death bef 8 Jan 1801 (age 31) Cambridge, Cambridgeshire3
Burial 8 Jan 1801 (age 31) Cambridge, Cambridgeshire3
St Clement, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
08 Jan 1801
George HARVEY, married man aged 31

Wife: Lucy HARRISON

Name: Lucy HARRISON1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Death bef 5 Sep 1795 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire4,5
Burial 5 Sep 1795 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
St. Clement, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Child 1: George John Harrison HARVEY

Name: George John Harrison HARVEY1
Sex: Male
Birth 1795

Note on Husband: George HARVEY - shared note

Emails from Ainslie Sharpe:

 

George HARVEY and Henrietta WEBB were married in Cambridge on 19 November1796, their two daughters christened there, and the younger daughter was buried there.

 

George HARVEY was a witness to marriages of John HARVEY and Elizabeth HARVEY in Cambridge 17 December 1799 and 6 January 1997 respectively.

 

We don't actually know when Lucy was born (as you know she was christened in Cambridge on 28 May 1798).

 

George HARVEY married Lucy HARRISON in Sutteron in Lincolnshire (according to an un-named source in the one of the Lincolnshire Strays database.)

 

What was George HARVEY doing that he moved backwards and forward from England to Ireland??? And why was Charlotte Caroline COOPER born there as well.

 

Now that we have established that those "ticks" are actually "I" for Ireland, we have to establish where in Ireland, and just maybe Charlotte Caroline's marriage certificate will give us the answer.

 

Inchecking the IGI for Ireland there are many, many Harvey's in Ireland.

 

Amongst them are many Elizabeths and Johns (George was a witness at their weddings in Cambridge) and there is a Rebecca Lucy Harvey christened in 1803 in Antrim.

 

What was George Harvey doing - Army, Church, or what??

 

If Lucy went back there for the birth of Charlotte, her parents must have still been living there, surely?

Note on Wife: Lucy HARRISON

Graham - do you think this could be our Lucy

Harvey - first wife of George Harvey? George married again in 1796 - their son was born in 1795 (christened at All Saints, Cambridge on 19 March 1795). Love Ainslie

 

 

 

National Burial index records

 

First name(s): Lucy

 

Last name: HARVEY

 

Date of burial: 5 Sep 1795

 

Age at death:

 

Calculated year of birth: Not known

 

Place of burial: Cambridge

 

Dedication: St Clement

 

County: Cambridgeshire

 

Notes:

 

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Cambridge St Clement:

 

Denomination: Anglican

 

Coverage: 1560 - 1986

 

Number of entries: 7,519

 

Data provider: Cambridgeshire Family History Society

 

Transcriptions © Cambridgeshire Family History Society6

Sources

1Ainslie Sharpe, "|nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe".
Text From Source: |nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe (descendant of Charles George Harvey Cooper) of
Graham Hoadly.
2Church of the Latter Day Saints, "http://www.familysearch.org/".
Text From Source: Family Search website
Cit. Date: 16 January 2004. Assessment: Unreliable.
Text From Source: IGI Individual Record FamilySearchâ„¢ International Genealogical Index v5.0
British Isles
Search Results | Download | Pedigree

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George Harvey
Male Family


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Event(s):
Birth: About 1771 Of All Saints, Cambridge, Cambridge, England

Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: Henrietta Webb Family
Marriage: 29 NOV 1796 All Saints, Cambridge, Cambridge, England


Messages:
Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are not indexed, and you may have to look at the film frame-by-frame to find the information you want. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband
Internet. Call Number: http://www.familysearch.org/ (electronic).
3Hugh Stevens, "Stevens Family Tree". Assessment: Questionable.
Designated as questionable by Graham Hoadly only inasmuch as he did not do the research himself
Ancestry Family Tree, www.ancestry.com.
4Ainslie Sharpe, "|nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe".
Text From Source: |nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe (descendant of Charles George Harvey Cooper) of
Assessment: Questionable.
Text From Source: From: David Jordan
Date: 8/02/2008 7:14:08 PM
To: 'Ainslie & Roley Sharpe'
Subject: RE: Re NBI Index entry

Burial St. Clement, Cambridge 1795 Sep 5 HARVEY Lucy

This is the entry from the Parish Records [I happened to be the person who transcribed them!]



There are no other details, if you want a copy of the actual page, contact the Cambridge Records Office and they would be able to photocopy the page for you
Graham Hoadly.
5"National Burial Index". Assessment: Questionable.
Text From Source: From: David Jordan
Date: 8/02/2008 7:14:08 PM
To: 'Ainslie & Roley Sharpe'
Subject: RE: Re NBI Index entry

Burial St. Clement, Cambridge 1795 Sep 5 HARVEY Lucy

This is the entry from the Parish Records [I happened to be the person who transcribed them!]



There are no other details, if you want a copy of the actual page, contact the Cambridge Records Office and they would be able to photocopy the page for you
6Ainslie Sharpe, "|nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe".
Text From Source: |nformation supplied by Ainslie Sharpe (descendant of Charles George Harvey Cooper) of
Assessment: Questionable.
Graham Hoadly.