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    Hi Pam Thanks for your input. That doesn't...

    Hi Pam Thanks for your input. That doesn't explain why she gave her own name as TAYLOR late TAYLOR formerly TAYLER. However if you believe the other information it supports her having been married...
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    Hi Jomot1 Thanks for your input. AS i have said...

    Hi Jomot1 Thanks for your input. AS i have said in answer to Peter I also considered them illegitimate but revised my opinion with the additional information given to Peter. Susannah was James wife...
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    Augusta Taylor/Tayler born 1812

    Hi Peter Thanks for your input. Yes I had noticed in 1851 Augusta is shown as unmarried and I at first thought the children were illegitimate. But then I with help found their baptisms which showed...
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    Augusta Taylor/Tayler born 1812

    Yes Lesley have tried country wide searches on Ancestry, Find my Past and Family search no Samuel Wakefield Taylor
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    Augusta Taylor/Tayler born 1812

    Thank you Lesley for your thoughts. Augusta's daughter Harriet was born 1829 and Sophronia in 1835 so presumably John was alive 1834 so narrows down the timescale for her marriage to Samuel Wakefield...
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    Augusta Taylor/Tayler born 1812

    In 1841 and 181 Augusta Taylor is living in St Philip and Jacob Bristol with three children the youngest of which was James born 1839 I ordered the only certificate for a James Taylor born in the...
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    John Hale

    Thank you for that Peter Have tried on Family search without success will look next time I am at SOG
    Tony
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    John Hale

    Thank you for your interest Janet. I do have all the information on the Hale family in St Albans. From the settlement paper I think it likely that the marriage had taken place in Bedfordshire but do...
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    John Hale

    Thanks Peter but I do not think this is them Martha died 1798 also she had 6 children in St Albans between 1730 and 1743
    Tony
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    John Hale possibly abt 1711

    John Hale was a Carpenter in 1728 he moved to St Albans where he became a freeman and there are records of him being master to 6 apprentices.
    Proof of the move is a Settlement Document dated 21 Dec...
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    Thanks for that Mutley hadn't got round to that...

    Thanks for that Mutley hadn't got round to that yet. Have now found the couple in 1851 and 1871, also found Sarah 1881-1901. Possibly they were living in Takely in 1851 and Takeley 1851 census is...
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    Samuel Green Morrison

    Hi Janet
    Thank you for the reference but am not sure that is him age is well out and on his marriage certificate he is shown as a farmer. Have just discovered that all Takeley church records are...
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    Samuel Green Morrison b 1795

    Samuel was born West Green Tottenham Middlesex on 13 Aug 1795 and baptised 7 Oct 1795 at All Hallows Tottenham Middlesex. He married 31 July 1847 at Holy Trinity Takeley to Sarah Scott the entry...
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    Hi Jez Thanks for the information however I like...

    Hi Jez Thanks for the information however I like to check the sources of the information, perhaps you could contact me direct at a.harrison1(at)tesco.net and we can exchange information as I have...
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    Hi Jez Glad to receive any information on the...

    Hi Jez
    Glad to receive any information on the family, I like a good book so don't feel inhibited. Welcome to Brit-Gen you will find everyone is very helpful.
    Regards
    Tony
  16. Lewton

    Thanks Jan I think I might have found him and have emailed him
    Regards
    Tomy
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    Hi Jan
    Since you have access to members list perhaps you have an email for FredW and could drop him a line. I am sure he would appreciate it
    Regards
    Tony
  18. LUTON/LEWTON Family

    Hi Fred
    I know your query was posted about 18 months ago but in corresponding with someone researching Lewton I passed on your message and they sent back the following link which seems to answer...
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    Thank you Helachau for your two posts as you will...

    Thank you Helachau for your two posts as you will see from my previous post to Mutley the link with Ireland is very strong. not sure who the William the papermaker is but could well be Abraham's...
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    William Mondet

    Hi Mutley
    Thanks for your last four posts, my turn to apologise for the delay in replying but just returned from a long weekend away.
    Abraham obviously was a glutton for punishment. As an aside his...
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    Hi Olliecat No I do not have these wills but will...

    Hi Olliecat No I do not have these wills but will get hold of them Thanks Tony.
    Have obtained Wills these are Williams parents. Abraham mentions his estates in Dublin so I suspect the William...
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    Hi Cormandel I had picked up this book and made...

    Hi Cormandel
    I had picked up this book and made a note to see if there was a copy at SOG I don't think this is my William as there is a will for William Mondet of Dublin in 1781 my William Died 1791...
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    Thank you t@nya As you say it is possible...

    Thank you t@nya As you say it is possible Elizabeth was William's sister there is a William Mondett baptised 28 July 1749 in Westminster son of Abraham and Elizabeth so it is very possible from my...
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    William Mondet

    Thanks Robin the William buried at St Andrew Holborn was the son of the William whose marriage I am seeking his father died in 1791 as I have his proved Will but no burial for him.
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    William Mondet

    Thank you Mutley.
    The posts on rootschat were mine but as you have proved it is worth posting on both.
    William Mondet baptised three of his children in C of E, I am still looking for the other...
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