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    Thanks again, Ivor, I had come across this...

    Thanks again, Ivor, I had come across this snippet already but thanks for letting me know. I originally thought it referred to one of the Colonel's descendants as the version I saw was dated 1742 but...
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    Wow! Thanks, Ivor that's a lot to go on. Ann's...

    Wow! Thanks, Ivor that's a lot to go on. Ann's information had pointed me in the direction of Anthony Wood but the rest is entirely new to me and very helpful. Thanks for taking the time to look into...
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    Thanks Ann. Geoff

    Thanks Ann.

    Geoff
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    Hi Ann, Thanks very much for the information...

    Hi Ann,
    Thanks very much for the information about Colonel Wanklin. He certainly was a character. It's very interesting that the Colonel was the son of a smith. I am trying to establish whether...
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    Colonel Thomas Wanklin

    Hi,
    The name of Colonel Thomas Wanklin popped up whilst I was researching my ancestors the Wanklins of Gladestry. He served in the King's army in the English Civil War, having been previously...
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    Wanklin family in Gladestry

    Hi,
    I am trying to trace the Wanklin family line back beyond Thomas Wanklin, born 1768 who Married Martha Watkins in 1799. They were innholders of the White Hart Inn in Gladestry, Radnorshire.
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