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Sarah (Curtis) OLIVER
Father: Thomas OLIVERMother: Mary (Oliver)
EventsPlaceResidenceNotesSource
Born:c1787Hoo, KentFrom censuses

Baptised:30 Sep 1787Saint Werburgh Hoo, KentFrom Ancestry index

Married:28 Nov 1810Deptford, St Paul, Kentthis parishNot certain this is the correct couple. After Banns
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Died:19 Apr 1866West BromwichLoveday StreetInformant, May Jane Hale of Loveday Street, present at the death. Cause of death - old age. Wife of JOhn Curtis formerly an Excise OfficerFrom certificate

Spouse: John CURTIS
ChildrenBornDied
Mary Barbara (Cadby) CURTIScirca18161871
Unna Ann CURTIS18191893
CensusNamePlaceAddressAgeOccupation
1841Sarah CurtisBrinklow, WarwickshireBrinklow54
1851Sarah CurtisWest Bromwich, Staffordshire73 Bull Street63
1861Sarah CurtisWest Bromwich, Staffordshire7 Loveday Street72
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Places
High Street in Aswell in the mid 20th century
St Paul's Church
St Werburghs church, Hoo St Werburgh
St Werburghs church, Hoo St Werburgh
St Werburghs church, Hoo St Werburgh
Font at St Werburghs church, Hoo St Werburgh
East Street, Crowland
Crowland Abbey
Crowland Abbey and East Street
Trinity Bridge, Crowland
Plaque on Trinity Bridge, Crowland
North Street, Crowland
Identity of Sarah Oliver

When Mary Curtis was married in 1838 her father is given as John Curtis, an Excise Officer. Censuses say she was born in Ashwell, one giving it as Herefordship but it was actually Hertfordshire. Her birth was registered in 1837 by Wolston Calvinistic Baptist Church when her mother is given as Sarah Curtis, formerly Oliver.

Therefore the fact that Sarah Oliver is the mother of Mary Curtis seems fairly certain.

It was then possible to locate John and Sarah in various censuses with another daughter, Unna Ann whose birth was recorded at the same time as Mary's.
From this it is known that Sarah was born about 1787 in Hoo, Kent.

There is a baptism entry for Sarah Oliver, 30 September 1787 at Saint Werburg Hoo, Kent. This is a different village to and a few miles south of Saint Mary Hoo. This establishes here parents as Thomas and Mary Oliver.

Note that the  Phillips family used to have a Dictionary which was inscribed  Mary Oliver MDCCLVIII (1758).