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Re: George Draper
« Reply #9 on: Friday 15 December 17 10:07 GMT (UK) »
Hello Darnity,
Thanks very much for the search tips, we were hitting a bit of a brick wall and now have some places to try which are very much appreciated.
I am really pleased to meet you too :)
Thank you for the PM, I have replied and will forward you some information a bit later.
Have a lovely day
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Sweetland (Chard/Yarcoombe/Honiton)
Garret/Stacey (Somerset)
Boultern/Boulton (Reading)
Crowther (Wolverhampton/Wednesbury/Birmingham)
Myres (Wolverhampton)
Palmer (Nottingham)
Cosby (Leighton Buzzard/Woodstock/Kidlington)
Hope (Oxford/Kidlington/Woodstock)
Williams (Yorkshire/Conisborough)
Draper (Bow Brickhill)
Draper Smith (Bow Brickhill/Woburn Sands)
Smith (Woburn Sands)

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 18 January 18 00:16 GMT (UK) »
I have been researching my family tree and have just discovered I am related to Mary Ann Smith (Daughter of Spencer Draper Smith and Annie Smith), she married William Cosby. I noticed that you have an interest in many people that I have discovered I am related to as well, which is why I contacted you to say hello, I hope you don't mind? I am really new to all of this, in fact this is my first ever post!!! I think the Cosby's might have connections to Ireland but I am not sure!
I don't know much yet about the Drapers/Smiths yet but am starting to learn. If anyone is interested in the Cosby family I am happy to share what I know.
Best wishes  :)

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 18 January 18 00:19 GMT (UK) »
Hi ,  I'm also a draper_smith, my grandad had a brother Spencer who went missing in the war? There were many brothers. It would be to here bk from you with any info or family photos history ect .thanks

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 18 January 18 00:52 GMT (UK) »
Hi ,  I'm also a draper_smith, my grandad had a brother Spencer who went missing in the war? There were many brothers. It would be to here bk from you with any info or family photos history ect .thanks

Hi, the Spenser Draper Smith I am related to died in 1901. Spenser had a son called Edmund who I think had a son called Spenser, if he went on to have a son called Spenser then he would be the right age for ww1? I have only just discovered I am related and I am afraid I have no photos of the drapers. Do you happen to know why they changed from Draper to Draper Smith? Best wishes.
Sweetland (Chard/Yarcoombe/Honiton)
Garret/Stacey (Somerset)
Boultern/Boulton (Reading)
Crowther (Wolverhampton/Wednesbury/Birmingham)
Myres (Wolverhampton)
Palmer (Nottingham)
Cosby (Leighton Buzzard/Woodstock/Kidlington)
Hope (Oxford/Kidlington/Woodstock)
Williams (Yorkshire/Conisborough)
Draper (Bow Brickhill)
Draper Smith (Bow Brickhill/Woburn Sands)
Smith (Woburn Sands)

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 18 January 18 00:58 GMT (UK) »
Hi yes I do,. It sound like Spencer was my grandad lost brother? Not sure, yes I do no why drapers are draper-smiths.............how are u related to the drapers ?  Yes my grandad also had a brothers.    Thanks

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 18 January 18 01:06 GMT (UK) »
Hi,.  I noticed your post I'm also a draper and yes there was a George draper in the family.    Best wishes

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Re: George Draper
« Reply #15 on: Monday 18 June 18 20:37 BST (UK) »
I am tying to find  baptism for a rebecca smith/ draper/doe born about 1879 surrey
James
Miley
Parker sands
Ayres bowers coopers
Sparrowhawks smiths
Doe