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    The Solomon that I am researching was the 12th of...

    The Solomon that I am researching was the 12th of 14 children born to Richard Maddern and Philippa Glasson who were married 4th q. 1872 in Redruth R.D.5c/391.

    Richard Maddern was baptised in...
  2. Hi Neil It's been a while since I've looked at...

    Hi Neil
    It's been a while since I've looked at this side/branch of my tree. Let me look into what I have developed since my last post 3 years ago and if there is some need to make further contact,...
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    Room in mailbox

    If any one wishes to use it.
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    At the present time I am not pursuing any...

    At the present time I am not pursuing any potential siblings of Frances Wright. Hold off, please, Until I can satisfy myself about her parentage and siblings.
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    Rightly or wrongly I think that I am going to...

    Rightly or wrongly I think that I am going to leave tracing the ancestry of Frances Wright for the time being. I will admit that while I like the idea of Mary Smith as the wife of John Wright and...
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    Have always wanted a SMITH in my tree

    Have always wanted a SMITH in my tree
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    Actually she married John Rowledge in Churchover...

    Actually she married John Rowledge in Churchover 11 Dec. 1758. His name in parish register is written as ROWLIDGE. From what I have been given to understand he was buried in Vhurch Lawford 5 Feb....
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    I appreciate the help in the previous posts - but...

    I appreciate the help in the previous posts - but - I still "like" Mary Simmons. Here's why:
    John was baptised in Kingsbury 29 May 1704
    Mary was baptised in Mancetter -5 Oct. 1701

    Married in...
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    I have not discounted it because I haven't seen...

    I have not discounted it because I haven't seen any Churchover baptism in the 1720's and 30's on FMP All I really know for sure is that Frances Wright the daughter of of John and Mary is my 5X ggm....
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    Mary Wright

    Mary was baptised 2 Oct. 1726 in Churchover and likely married George Piercy on 7 Aug. 1748 in Mancetter. I believe that after marriage they moved to Kingsbury where they baptised the following...
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    During the past 3.5 years I have found one more...

    During the past 3.5 years I have found one more possible marriage - Mary Hancock in Meriden which is roughly 25-26 miles from Churchover. As this marriage took place 12 Oct. 1726 which was 2...
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    OK will do either later tonight or tomorrow.

    OK will do either later tonight or tomorrow.
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    Starting a new thread

    Just back after a long hiatus. Is there a time limit between starting a thread and posting it?

    Started one earlier this evening and left it for half an hour and when I posted I was told I was not...
  14. I can confirm that Elizabeth was buried 30 May...

    I can confirm that Elizabeth was buried 30 May 1759 in Churchover

    As for the death and burial of John Rowledge 5 February 1808 it is almost with certainty that I state that this relates to the...
  15. Thank you Peter and Megan. Nothing more is...

    Thank you Peter and Megan.

    Nothing more is needed on this couple.
  16. What became of JACOB MEAKINS and his wife ?

    The situation:
    1] JACOB Meakins was the son of JOB and Mary and was born in Potterspury in 1843.

    2] 1851 census - H0107/1737/44/7 - has Job [Ag. Lab.] and Mary along with their 7 children living...
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    See post #35. He was buried 15 May 1890. His...

    See post #35. He was buried 15 May 1890. His widow, Mary, died in 1903 and was buried 14 June in Gerrans.
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    I can now confirm that the lady - Lucy Mainwaring...

    I can now confirm that the lady - Lucy Mainwaring - was not my Lucy.
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    On my original post - #1 - I mentioned a...

    On my original post - #1 - I mentioned a convivtion for a John Mainwaring on 29 July 1876. I can now confirm that this person is not my John Mainwaring.

    This man was aged 21 and a Collier by...
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    Thanks for the welcome back. I have still some...

    Thanks for the welcome back.

    I have still some problems with searching online - particularly newspapers - and I'm not sure that the inquest of September 8 1864 for a John Mainwaring is, in fact...
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    I have recently been contacted by a member of...

    I have recently been contacted by a member of this forum about this family. It has been 5 years since I looked into this and am now so far behind the 8-ball it aint funny.

    I'm not sure whether...
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    And I will now do so in my own way

    And I will now do so in my own way
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    Hi StintonLomas You seem to be quite conversant...

    Hi StintonLomas
    You seem to be quite conversant with TNA and Railway Workers

    Apart from my Grandfather's death - which detail was in the magazines held by Swindon Library, I have struck out....
  24. I have learned something today.

    I have learned something today.
  25. What exactly was an MD? I recognize several -...

    What exactly was an MD? I recognize several - e.g. VC, MM, GC etc. - but not this one. Where would it renk in order of Gallantry Medals?

    Colin
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