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red mail HONE
Giles Hone (born c.1600) married Hester (maiden name and place unknown): they had a son William, baptised in 1633. William married Elinore (name and date unknown) and had at least 1 child, Eleanor baptised in 1658; she married Thomas Derritt in Brockworth in 1688. Is anyone better acquainted with the Hone family in this period please?
red mail HICKS
Thomas Leonard Hicks, born c.1825-1827, lived in Cornwall Road Waterloo and Orsetet Steet in the 1850s, having moved from Wandsworth (garrett lane) where he married the widow Mary Pullen (nee Robbins of Warwickshire). No earlier trace of this Hicks line and would welcome information.
red mail WILKS
Seeking details of Mary Wilks (probably born 1770-80); she had at least two illegitimate children in Brockworth c.1802 and 1804. She features in the parish records until about 1814. No record of her baptism or burial in Brockworth - or, recognisably, anywhere else - has been found.
red mail CAPENER
Would like to compare notes on this family 1650s- 1800s.
red mail WILKS
Seeking details of Mary Wilks (probably born 1770-80); she had at least two illegitimate children in Brockworth c.1802 and 1804. She features in the parish records until about 1814. No record of her baptism or burial in Brockworth.
Durrett
I am researching the Durrett family history. I have traced back as far as 1540 through to arond 1750. I have now lost the male lineage. The name has undergone several changes in spelling. It also includes Dyrrette, Dirrette, Dirret, derrett and Terret. Can anybody shed any light?


 
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