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Re: Joyce/Twelvetree
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 11 February 12 20:35 GMT (UK) »

However the IGI has 3 member submitted marriage entries on 17 Nov 1797 of JJ to Ann Collin at nearby Colmworth - need to check the Colmworth PR.
Also the NBI has burial of Ann Joyce at Colmworth St Denys on 18 Oct 1803.
 

Colmworth transcript has the 1797 marriage as stated, but there's no other detail

The Ann Joyce burial states wife of James of Eaton Socon. There also a burial on 12 Nov 1803 of Mary Joyce dau of James and Ann of Eaton Socon
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk
Beds:   Cople: Luke/Spencer
            Everton: Hale
            Henlow: Cooper/Watts/Sabey/Rook
            Potton:  Merrill
            Southill: Faulkner/Litchfield/Sabey/Rook
            Woburn/Husborne Crawley: Surkitt
Hunts:   Gt Gransden: Merrill/Chandler/Medlock
            Toseland: Surkitt/Hedge/Corn         
Cambs: Bourn: Bowd
            Eltisley: Medlock
            Graveley: Ford/Revell

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Re: Joyce/Twelvetree
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 26 January 17 12:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi Matt, I am undertaking a one-name study for Twelftreee/Twelvetree(s) and am a member of the Guild of One-Name Studies. I have a vast amount of information about people with these surnames and may be able to help you. The name can be traced back to Huntingdonshire and Northamptonshire in the mid 1600's but I have yet to find out exactly where it originated. The family in both counties were carpenters. Have you any further information on the couple in question?

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