I'm stuck on Judith D'arcy

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Judith D'arcy (b abt 1760, d abt 1810 London) is the only person on all my relatives trees and mine included that seemingly doesn't have a family.

Her profile is D'arcy-807 and all that we know is that she married Robert Suffield  (m abt 1788 Westminster London) a gg Grandson of Sir Henry Bedingfeld first baronet of Oxburgh Hall Norfolk England, and her father is only listed as Captain D'arcy on the marriage certificate.

Robert Suffield and Judith D'arcy had a son called Captain Henry D'arcy Suffield. All these people have well documented lives and are easy to trace due to the prominence of the families. In deed Judith's life is easy to follow from her wedding forward, but not a thing prior, for her or her mysterious father Captain D'arcy, which is odd for the families involved.

I have a few more details from her marriage certificate, ie Daniel Jones was a witness and he was married to a Catherine D'arcy,

who I assume might be Judith's sister and also present was a Francis Munhall. Francis Munhall was at one stage the Norfolk coroner.

All the families involved hail from Norfolk but Captain Henry D'arcy Suffield's family, Judith's son, did move to Ireland sometime about 1810-20 as the family had connections to Dublin. Captain Henry D'arcy Suffield's wife Maria Augusta Cramer was Wilhelm Johann Cramer and Mary Madden's daughter. Mary Madden was from Dublin.

Anyhow, if anyone else has come across any of these people, that would help me discover Judith D'arcy's family that would be jolly. I have a more complete family tree on ancestry, except for Judith D'arcy and her mysterious Captain D'arcy father.

I will add anything I may have forgotten to add. Hopefully all of the above is as it's supposed to be.

Thanks Mark H.
WikiTree profile: Judith Suffield
in Genealogy Help by Mark Hutchinson G2G3 (3.7k points)
edited by Mark Hutchinson

1 Answer

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You may try    Manchester Diocese records,they hold many Catholic

records.Most people back then were Catholic.
by Wayne Morgan G2G6 Pilot (915k points)
Wayne Morgan, that was indeed the reason why this branch of the Suffield family ended up in Ireland. Im not sure of the relationship, but I think Robert Suffield and or Judith, as he was married twice, had a grandson from from a different sibling to Captain Henry D'arcy, iether Thomas or Robert or the like, surname Suffield who was a celebrated Catholic priest/missionary from England in the mid to late 1800s.

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