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I'm not sure I am going to be able to add much to your knowledge, but I'll tell you what I know. My great grandmother was a Beswick, and most of what I know about her family came from an old family bible.
George Beswick (b. 7.5.1757) and his wife Elizabeth (b. 10.9.1759) had six children. Their fifth child, Samuel (b. 24.7.1795 d. 13.9.1874) married twice. With his first wife, Elizabeth Bright (b. 27.8.1787 d. 26.6.1845), he had 11 children, some dying in infancy or childhood. Although married in Hampshire, the family soon moved to Surrey (South London), and I believe all their children were born there.
Eliza Beswick b. 12.6.1814 Emily b. 13.2.1818 Samuel b. 15.12.1818 d. 26.12.1818 Martha b. 5.5.1821 Louisa b. 13.2.1823 George b. 7.2.1825 Samuel b. 11.12.1826 d. 10.5.1834 Helen b. 29.4.1828 d. 19.5.1871 Amelia b. 3.9.1829 Alfred b. 27.4.1832 d. 26.12.1832 Matilda b. 15.3.1824 d.23.12.1834
Samuel remarried 29.11.1851 to Caroline Hands (b. 11.5.1823) and had a further seven children, the second, Sarah Caroline Beswick (16.4.1848 - 17.4.1914), being my great grandmother.
The information in the bible included marriages and occupations. George Beswick, solicitor, married Jane Day Kolbe.
Further research, including studying census returns, has revealed more information about this Beswick family. In 1861, George and Jane lived at 6 Chancery Place, Kennington. George's age was given as 36 years, Jane 41 years and a son, George Bright Beswick, was 6 years old. Interestingly, there were 2 female lodgers recorded at that address on census night, both unmarried: Mary Ann Kolbe (age 66) and Charlotte Kolbe (age 63). I assume these must have been relatives of Jane - do they appear in your research?
By 1881, George and Jane had moved to Margate in Kent, about 80 miles east of South London. Their son George remained in Surrey/London and he too became a solicitor. I could find no other children for George and Jane.
I discovered Jane Day's date of birth from the IGI, together with her parents' names and her older brother, Charles Samuel Kolbe.
I would be interested to know a bit more about Jane's family, and I look forward to hearing again from you.