Author Topic: What is Ann's maiden name? Wife of Thomas Harris of Long Compton abt 1780?  (Read 201 times)

Offline Westy11

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Hoping to locate the maiden name of Ann who married Thomas Harris in about 1775 - 1780. 

A number of children are born beginning  in 2 Jan 1780 [Lydia] so I am assuming the marriage was before 1780.

The couple were members of the Religious Society of Friends so based on this I am assuming no children born to the couple before marriage. ;D

Westy


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Re: What is Ann's maiden name? Wife of Thomas Harris of Long Compton abt 1780?
« Reply #1 on: Monday 29 February 16 13:07 GMT (UK) »
Here's the marriage
Thomas Harris of Long Compton son of John Harris late of the same place cordwainer deceased and Deborah his wife surviving and Ann Hall of Hook Norton ,Oxfordshire d of John Hall heanor ?and Ann is wife 15.9.1778 at Banbury Quaker meeting.
Amongst those present John x 2,Ann,Margaret 2 Williams ,Richard and Robert Hall

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Re: What is Ann's maiden name? Wife of Thomas Harris of Long Compton abt 1780?
« Reply #2 on: Monday 29 February 16 13:15 GMT (UK) »
Thank you Ciderdrinker.  :)

Westy