Mary Jane Chatten
(Abt 1858-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Joseph Riddle

Mary Jane Chatten

  • Born: Abt 1858, South Shields, County Durham
  • Marriage (1): Joseph Riddle on 12 Mar 1883 in South Shields, Durham
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bullet  General Notes:

no Mary Chatten of the right age found in South Shields area on 1871 or 1881 census


Marriages Mar qtr 1883 Riddle Joseph // Chatten Mary Jane South Shields 10a 938

marriage Mary Jane Chatten
Marital Status: Single
Age: 25
Address 26 Morton Street
Marriage Date: 12 Mar 1883
Marriage Place: St. Stephen's, South Shields, Durham
Father: William Chatten, occ quarryman
Spouse: Joseph Riddle
Marital Status: Single
Age 21
Occupation Labourer
Address 38 Edward Street
Father: John Riddle, occ Cartman
FHL Film Number: 1894185
Reference ID: 22

child
First name(s) John
Last name Riddle
Birth Mar qtr 1884
Mother's maiden name Chatton
District South Shields
Volume 10A
Page 746

First name(s) John
Last name Riddle
Age 0
Death Mar qtr 1884
District South Shields
Volume 10A
Page 388

is this her death
First name(s) Mary
Last name Riddle
Age 33
Death Dec qtr 1884
District Tynemouth
Volume 10B
Page 147

Her marriage details father as William Chatten who is a quarryman. There is one that matches and he was born 1828 in Woodton, Norfolk and in 1881 was living in Dewsbury, Yorkshire

From the marriage date and her age she was born abt 1858.
William Chatten had a daughter Amelia Jane born in 1857 who is not found after the 1881 census.
Amelia had a brother William who married in South Shields in 1886 and who's daughter Mary was born there.

So there is a possibility Amelia Jane changes her name to Mary Jane and marries Joseph Riddle

Possible link to Amelia Jane Chatton click


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Mary married Joseph Riddle on 12 Mar 1883 in South Shields, Durham. (Joseph Riddle was born about 1862 in South Shields, County Durham.)


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