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Plumpton-Plumton
« on: Friday 19 January 07 15:07 GMT (UK) »
Mich      -Horrace or Norris Plumpton son of William and Mary Plumpton Came to Canada in the 1820s-30 I am his 4th great grandson and own the family farm. Wooler


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Re: Plumpton-Plumton
« Reply #1 on: Monday 02 April 07 19:17 BST (UK) »
There is a Horace Plumpton ( born c.1805) wife Charlotte & family on the
1851 census of Canada, taken in 1852 Northumberland County, Canada West so
he was still alive then, despite the belief he died prior...What information were you looking for...as your posting has no query....J.J.

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Re: Plumpton-Plumton
« Reply #2 on: Monday 02 April 07 19:26 BST (UK) »
Do you need the marriage information for Horace Plumpton and Jane Mitchell?  Seems he was 71 when he married in 1876

Karen
Gandley (but known as Stanley in Canada)- Ireland to Birmingham
Ball, Kempson & Franklin - Birmingham
Shorter - Surrey
Dyer - Devon
Dawkins - Co. Cork, Ireland
Heffernan - Ireland
Huck - Alsace, France
Reinhart - Baden, Germany
Bowman & Ellis - England
Etheridge - Gloucestershire

Who all came to Canada in a little row boat, clap clap, clap your hands!!

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Re: Plumpton-Plumton
« Reply #3 on: Monday 02 April 07 19:40 BST (UK) »
Someone has put this together on your family, but don't hold your breath
that the dates are correct. There are submissions on the IGI and Pedigree
& ancestral files...where I have never SEEN such a range of dates and
entries... ::) J.J. Why do people bother writing in dates they have no proof for,
and no "circa" or "about"...
However if the children noted were born in England, ( at least these dates state
about for the most part )then the decade of entry was in the 1830's...( Elizabeth
ann was probably married by the 1851, but her birth date and place of birth would
give closer date...)

Wow, Karen, he remarried at a late age!
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Re: Plumpton-Plumton
« Reply #4 on: Monday 02 April 07 19:46 BST (UK) »
Here's more information and a 2 more researchers on Rootchat...
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,130156.msg579634.html
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« Reply #5 on: Monday 02 April 07 19:56 BST (UK) »
Nevermind Karen, Wooler will join in the ancestral query, as he just p.m.'d me that was what he wanted... J.
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