NameAlice MARSHALL , GGG Grandmother
Birth27 Oct 1803
Death3 Mar 1835
Burial6 Mar 1835, Cheetham Hill Church, Lancashire
1Thomas OGDEN , GGG Grandfather
Birth29 Jan 1802
Deathbef 1882
OccupationGrocer, Travellor
Marriage8 Feb 1824
ChildrenJarvis Marshall (1826-1834)
 Thomas (1827-<1882)
 James (1828-1828)
 John (1830-1830)
 Samuel (1833-1834)
Notes for Alice MARSHALL
Bishop’s Transcripts Chapelry of Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire
Burial Alice Ogden, abode Ardwick, buried March 5th, 1835 Since the bible and the record below give March 6th, I believe this a transcription error], age 31, ceremony performed by H. Ethelston.

Parish Records Chapelry of Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire
Burial Alice Ogden, abode Ardwick, buried March 6th, 1835, age 31, ceremony performed by Hart? Ethelston.
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
From a family bible entry courtesy of Roger Hammond.
[The lower left hand corner is missing.]
[Spelling but not abbreviations retained]

Thomas Ogden born January 29th 1802
12 O clock at Night Friday Night.

Alice Ogden born October 27th, 1803
and Married February 8th 1824.

Jarvis Marshall Ogden their Son born March 2nd 1826
half past Eight O clock at Night Thursday Night
and Christened at the Collegiate Church Manchester 1826.

Thomas Ogden their Son born April 5th 1827
at 9 O clock in the Morning of Thursday
and Christened at the Collegiate Church Manchester
December 25 1827

James Ogden their Son born May 20th 1828
at near Six O clock in the Evening of Tuesday
and Christened at the Collegiate Church Manchester
June 18th 1828
Died July 28 1828 at 4 O clock Morning
and buried on the 31st Instant at Cheetham
Hill Church Lancashire

William Ogden their son born December 17 1829 at half
Past Two O clock in the Morning of Thursday
and Christened at the Collegiate Church Manchester

John Ogden their Son Born December 10th 1830
Nine O Clock in the [morning?] and Died at
[obscured] 9 O clock at Night the Same Day

Samuel Ogden their Son born May 11th 1833 at 7 minutes
past Eleven in the morning of Saturday

[Jar]vis Marshall Ogden died on Sunday the 7th December
[missing] past three in? afternoon - 1834 Aged 8 years 8 months [seems to be 5 crossed out and replaced with a 6] days
[missing, probably interred] Thursday [obscured] at Cheetham Hill.
[The date calculator determines his age at death as 8 years 9 months 5 days.]

[missing]s Ogden died at 3 OClock on Monday November
[missing 1834 and interred on the following Wednesday at

[missing, probably Alice Ogden]n died on the 3rd day of March [obscured, possibly at 3 in the morning] 1835
[missing, possibly interred]ed at Cheetham Hill on the 6th Aged 31 years & 4 Months? [obscured]

End of this bible entry page.
[The last entry must be Alice Ogden as the age is a match.]

That this Thomas Ogden is the father (and Alice the mother) of Thomas Ogden, grandfather of Jarvis Marshall Ogden and great grandfather of another Jarvis Marshall Ogden is only a possibility. This is now confirmed by the entry in a family bible.

It is based on the following

1) The IGI lists a christening on Dec. 25 1827 Cathedral. Manchester. This time would match the year and location for Thomas the father of Jarvis Marshall Ogden. This alone is very iffy as there are many Thomas Ogden’s in Manchester, in fact there is another Thomas Ogden christened only 2 days before in the same cathedral.
2) The IGI lists this Thomas and Alice as being the parents of a Jarvis Marshall Ogden. This name is very unusual and thus it seems quite probable that the Jarvis Marshall Ogden is the Uncle and great uncle of the other 2 Jarvis Marshall Ogdens.

Assuming the above to be correct it is probable that Alice is Alice Marshall. While again there are many Thomas Ogdens there is only one married in the correct time frame and place who married an Alice. The IGI lists Thomas Ogden married Alice Marshall (which is a match to her son Jarvis Marshall) on Feb 8 1824 Cathedral, Manchester

Parish records Manchester Cathedral
Thomas Ogden bachelor of this parish and township of Ardwick grocer and Alice Marshall of this parish and town of Manchester spinster were married in this church by License this eighth day of February 1824 by me W.P. Wray [The last name Wray matches the last of the person who baptised theirs son Thomas] Chaplain in the presence of Robt. Milton, Tho. Aukinson? and Jane Arthur.
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