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Offline Gadget

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Re: Benjamin Thomas.
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 17 August 17 13:08 BST (UK) »
Just checked the censuses  and I think that Harriet's mother was named Ruth.  John and Harriet's first daughter was named Rebecca and Benjamin had a sister called Rebecca (mentioned in John's will) so was Rebecca John (1832)s mother ....

Added - bpt Mold, May 1832 - father Robert,farmer, mother -Ruth., of Leeswood.

Added 2 - had a look at that tree with father John Griffiths - think it's a wee bit out - John the younger seems to have been born at 3 different times in 3 different places  ::) ::) ::)
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Re: Benjamin Thomas.
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 22 August 17 14:52 BST (UK) »
Thank you for the replies, and apologies for not replying sooner have been away with very poor phone signal and no internet.  Norma
North Wales Denbighshire .Williams. Hopwood.
Flintshire. Williams. Griffiths. Clarke. Hopwood.
Cheshire. Darlington. Stubbs.
Staffordshire. Darlington. Stubbs. Fieldhouse. Biddulph.
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Lancashire. Johnson/Johnston. Bebbington. Harris. Pimlott.
Cumberland. Marriner. Tuddenham. Crozier, Bell. Johnson/Johnston. Norman.
Northumberland.  Marriner. Leathard. Common
Norfolk. Tuddenham. Rolfe. Rosier.

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