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    Anyone else out there researching the name Hambley/Hambly from Cornwall
    regards Margaret.

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    did any of them end upo in jersey as i have one in my tree not sure of the spelling as i have them as hambley or humbley david

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    I dont think ay of them ended up in Jersey, all mine seem to have ended up in Liverpool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by margaret rose View Post
    Anyone else out there researching the name Hambley/Hambly from Cornwall
    regards Margaret.
    Hi Maragret,
    I am only just beginning to research this ancestral line of mine through a Margery Hambly born c. 1731 who married a John Baker on 22 Jul 1754 in Tremaine, Cornwall, England. They had the following Children:
    1. Mary Baker (1747- )
    2. Wilmot Baker (1755-1845)
    3. Mary Baker (1757- )
    She died in Aug 1815 and was buried in the Tremaine Churchyard, Tremaine, Cornwall in England, although I am not sure that her headstone still exists.
    Any connection?
    Sandra

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    Hi Sandra,
    Im sorry im not going to be much help here as really struggleing with my Hambleys/Hamblys,the ones i have are all in L iverpool but originally I beleive from Cornwall, but were i dont know, here are my names just in case,
    Samuel Hambley 1796c Cornwall married Mary
    children Samuel b1823 Cornwall
    Hannaha, william and Richard all christened on the same day 1826 st Peters Liverpool
    Elizabeth christened 1829 Liverpool
    my theory is they all came to Liverpool about 1823

    Hannah was my 3x great grandmother sorry not much help
    Margaret.

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    Hi - I’m a descendent of Sam Hambley, StSampson. My great grandfather was William Hambley.

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