Hi Irene - thanks for replying to my message. I have just looked up the research that I have done and note that Ifound 3 Beatrice Worsfold's in the 1901 Census. 1 aged 7 at Horsham (her second name was "A") - 1 at South Holmwood aged 17 (her names were Beatrice Mary Ann) and the one at Wick aged 10 (second name was Mary).I decided that the one at South Holmwood was perhaps the most likely as Mary Anne could have turned into Marian and sent for the Birth Cert. I did find the whole family in the 1891 Census George 56(Head) Louisa 48(Wife) Frederick 15 (son)Rhoda 12 (daughter) and Beatrice Mary Ann (daughter) aged 7.In the 1901 Census I could only find George 67 and Beatrice (17)living in Holmwood.However I did find the mother as a visitor staying with Frederickin Dorking and Rhoda (22) living in Dulwich as a housemaid. I haven't had any luck in finding Beatrice on a Marriage Certificate though.