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Thomas Dykes
I am hoping that someone out there may be able to make a connection for me.
I have had some success recently with an enquiry for a George Dykes, born Corby, Lincolnshire, 1794. It seems that his parents were Thomas Dykes and Mary Brewster, who married in Corby in December 1792.
Can anyone confirm, please, that this was the same Thomas Dykes who was born in Bottesford, ( Leicestershire ??) in 1767 and that his parents in turn were John and Ann. We have a bit of confusion in the family that Thomas's father was called Henry and ther are quite a few people about with the same names.
Hoping someone can clarify, please.


Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Bottesford, Leicestershire

 



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