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red mail Fisher / Bayliss - Quenington
Samuel FISHER married Sarah BAYLISS or Baylis in Quenington on 12.4.1773. Samuel was buried on 18.1.1814 & Sarah was buried on 15.1.1813. They had at least five children, all baptised in Quenington: Luke Fisher (26.2.1774); Lewes Fisher (a female) (15.6.1777); Stephen Fisher (1780); John Fisher (2.7.1782); & James Fisher (14.4.1786). Luke Fisher married Elizabeth Ashton in Quenington on 18.10.1804 & had three children that I know of, all baptised at Hatherop: James Fisher (28.6.1807); Mary Ann Fisher (25.6.1809); & John Fisher (29.12.1811). Mary Ann Fisher married John Page in Quenington on 24.1.1828 & they had eleven children. Lewes Fisher (sometimes spelt Lois Fisher) married Daniel Steel in Quenington on 22.5.1797. Any info on Fisher or Bayliss (sometimes spelt Baylis) families would be much appreciated. I am descended from Mary Ann Fisher & John Page. Happy to share whatever info I have. Thanks.
George Griffin was born in Quenington c 1860. He married Ann Rose Bradfield. Other members of Griffin family came from Cirencester
red mail haywards
i am looking for any information on george hayward,who moved to somerset and worked at the paper mills his daughter was mary jane hayward/haywood . he married elizabeth from overdarwen lancs mary married thomas ellis from norwood yorks christmas day 1895 he would have been my3xgreat grandfather
red mail COMPTON family at Quenington
John COMPTON (c.1774)and son (c.1811) were tailors at Quenington, early 19th C. They had descendants at Coln St Aldwyn, Shilton and Alvescot. Any connections? Mark.
red mail BAYLIS(S) - Quenington
I am looking for the antecedents of Joseph BAYLISS (or BAYLIS) born at Coln Rogers, Glos. around 1776 - father possibly Thomas. In 1801, Joseph married Frances (Fanny) IVIN at Quenington. The BAYLIS(S) family were at Quenington for the rest of the 19th century.
red mail Ivin history
There were many Ivin's in the Quenington area- e.g. Elizabeth Ivin, b. 24 Nov. 1753 (F. William Ivin M. Ann). Anyone searching this family or with information re their housing (they owned or managed a pub at one time) please pass on info.

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