This is wonderful - you seems to have the missing bits of my puzzle and I have yours!
You'll be pleased to know that, in most cases, for the Norfolk people on my tree, I have gone back to Parish records.So most of my information should be correct - where I have not been able to find a record I will make that clear.
Mary Anne BARTLE was not born on 2 January 1814, Harpley - instead these are the correct details for her Christening.[Entry No:9.Register Page 2.]"Mary Ann daughter of Isaac (Labourer) and Hannah (nee RIMES) BARTLE".
Her marriage to Francis BAXTER was as follows [her Surname at the time was DUFFIELD]: [Entry No 4.Register Page 2.]26 September 1846, Bircham Newton.She was a Widow of 33, he a Batchelor of 36.Both described as Labourers and both resident in Bircham Newton (both signed with their marks).Fathers (both Labourers):John BAXTER and Isaac BARTLE.Witnesses:Abraham BARTLE and Martha BARTLE (Abraham signed with his mark; Martha with her name).The Vicar appears to have been a BAXTER too (but signature is hard to read) - W. Berry BAXTER (?).[The couple had a son, William BAXTER, born in 1849 in Bircham Newton].
Francis BAXTER was born in Bircham Newton too (3 January 1810) and baptised 4 Feb 1810 - parents were John BAXTER and Mildred (Milli) nee RAYNER.[Francis BAXTER from Yaxham therefore seems to be the wrong man].
I had not known that her first husband's first name was James, that she was one of ten, nor that her mother's Maiden Name is sometimes rendered RAYMES.Thank you for all those pointers. Please note that I have only been doing the BARTLES these past two days!
Looking forward to continuing our 'conversation' by email.