James Crisp, 1791-1844, what were his origins

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James Crisp was a butcher in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England in the 1830s and 1840s.  His wife's first name was Eliza, and they had 3 children:

Matilda Crisp, 1815 or 1820-1853, married James Gibbs, Bradford on Avon, 1848

Eliza Crisp, 1821-1842

Samuel Crsip, 1832-?

Any information about this family will be greatly appreciated, such as the previous generations, who was the wife of James, what happened to Samuel

Many thanks
asked in Genealogy Help by John Thriscutt G2G Rookie (130 points)

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Samuel was a farmer in Bath in 1861. He marriedAnn Pickford 1853 and died in 1864.
answered by Martin Allen G2G6 Pilot (251k points)
Source(s), please?
1861 census amd freeBMD. The death is the only one anywhere near. Ditto the marriage.
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Have you tried   rootsuk.com  ?   The site has records from the mid 1800s to the present.
answered by C E G2G6 Mach 3 (36k points)

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