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    Default Tayler made in Kent - but by who?

    I have been trying to establish the parents of Mary Tayler (Taylor)for a long time now but have run out of ideas as there is very little to go on.

    Mary married a William Bundock on 10th April 1757 at St Peters church, Sandwich Kent. They had their first child (William) in 1758 in Sandwich and the last I can find is Martha born in Margate in 1765. It seems that Mary died in Jan 1800 and is buried at St John in Thanet and her age at death (if this is the right death) is given as 65 thus making her birth year 1734/35 (subject to any alterations caused by the 1750 calender legislation).

    I don't know where Mary was born and can't find a birth in Sandwich but there are a few potential parents dotted around Kent who baptised a Mary Tayler or Taylor around what appears to be the right time. I've not seen the marriage detail from 1757 but suspect it is a one liner with no other info.

    Any helpful suggestions would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

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    Image for the marriage is on fmp. It is a one-liner - just the names and the date.

    Emeltee

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    Thanks for this. The search goes on!

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