Thank you. Of course I don't know where 'my' Zephaniah came from - he could easily have been born in Yorkshire. I will revisit the Yorkshire QBMDs.
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That's interesting, thank you. I will check that lead, although I don't have Family Search. On the marriage certificate it refers to Zephaniah and his wife Sarah.
Thomas Smith marries Mary Gray. Her father is Thomas Gray of Ratcliff, Stepney, Middx and he was a Writing Master. I have no other dates for Thomas Smith, except that he & Mary had a son, also...
Thank you for explaining, I'll be more patient in the future.
Thomas Smith of the parish of St Olave in Southwark at the time of his marriage was a cordwainer.
I note my post has had 44 views but I've not had any replies. Does anyone in the Northamptonshire forum have any suggestions for what I can do next? Thanks again.
Funnily, I have found just the opposite and it gave me some confusion until I saw the pattern. Certainly, within my family tree, I see the use of the same name frequently where an earlier child has...
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Most of the families I am researching are Quakers, or are lapsed Quakers. These marriage certificates are a great source of information, and usually give at least the names, location & occupation of...
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I am trying to find Zephaniah Smith of Cranford, possibly a Quaker but not definitely. I have a Quaker marriage certificate dated January 1722 in which ZS is...
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