Pocket Bible of Samuel & Martha Dewick of Wakefield, 1854

This item references 7 individuals with dates spanning from 1842 to 1950.
The surnames Collinson, Dewick and Turner are referenced.
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A small pocket Bible, inscribed "Samuel Dewick A present from [Cagl?] Sunday School 1854".

The Bible includes the family register of Samuel Dewick and his wife Martha and includes the birth details of their two daughters Mary Ann and Sarah, along with the death details of Sarah who died at just 3 months old.

The register goes onto list the marriage of Mary Ann Dewick to Thomas Turner in Wakefield, 1893. It also lists the birth of Joseph William Collinson in 1866, the child of Martha Collinson, possibly the previous married name of Martha Dewick, but I haven't researched this yet to determine whether that is the case.

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Publish Year

1853

Publisher

The British and Foreign Bible Society

Published Title The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments
Published Condition Shows wear and rubbing to boards. Boards are attached and binding is tight

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