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red mail Hewitt / Jackson
William Geary Hewitt married Maria Jackson in 1845 in Drayton Bassett. They had eight children. Any information would be appreciated.
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Looking for information on Josiah and Anne Storer. They had their first child John in 1772 so probably married about 1771. I am descended from their sixth child Thomas Storer christened 15.5.1785 in Drayton Bassett. Would appreciate any information on Josiah or Anne.
red mail Jackson / Griffin
Henry Jackson married Maria Griffin in 1857 in Drayton Bassett. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Jackson / Glover
Henry Jackson married Hannah Glover in 1807 in Drayton Bassett where he worked as a blacksmith. Any connection or information would be appreciated.
red mail Powell
Sophia Powell, my great great grandmother, was born in Bacton in 1798 to William and Mary Powell. Any information or connection would be appreciated.
red mail Granger family of Drayton Bassett
Researching families and ancestors of Frederick William Granger and Elizabeth (nee Dewhurst) of Lone Oak, Drayton Bassett. Both died in 1942.
red mail Jarvis, Joseph
Joseph JARVIS (b abt 1765 Middleton, Warwickshire, d 1843 St Michael, Michaelston-super-Avon,Glamorganshire, Wales), married (1790 Aston Juxta Birmingham?), to Hannah WRIGHT (b abt 1772, d 1817 St Michael, Michaelston-super-Avon,Glamorganshire, Wales). Children born at Drayton Bassett between abt 1800 & 1812 include James, William, Thomas, John, Charles, Joseph, Samuel, Mary Ann, Obadah, Robert, Edwin. John went to Birmingham and married Ann KENDAL, younger children went to Glamorganshire. Any connections?


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