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John TAYLOR's marriage to Hannah possibly FRY before 1717
« on: Saturday 18 November 17 18:40 GMT (UK) »
Can someone please help? I need the marriage of John Taylor who I believe married Hannah Fry in either Berkshire or Oxfordshire.

John Taylor of Longworth victualler is mentioned in a will of Hannah's step father.[Will 14th December 1717] "I give and bequeath to my Daughter in law Hannah Taylor the wife of John Taylor of Longworth"

John Hinton's wife Anne had a daughter Hannah by her earlier marriage to Richard Fry, so his daughter-in-law. John Hinton was landlord of the Hinds Head inn in Kingston Bagpuize so highly likely that Hannah would marry a victualler.

I cannot prove this relationship until I find their marriage so help would be gratefully appreciated as need to complete a story of this inn.
WALES: Bevan, David, Thomas in area of Ystradyfodwg [Rhondda] Llangeinor and Bettws [Glam] Glamorgan Farms of interest: Graigddu, Gwaunadda, Llwynypia, Maesllan, Penygraig and Cwmsaerbren | RAYMOND, St Davids Pembrokeshire; OWEN St Davids Pembrokeshire; JONES Upper Neath Valley;
ENGLAND: Somerset, Yatton, Kenn, Portishead, Weston-i-Gardano, Clevedon & Bristol. Names: Nethway, Perris, Knight, Gosling, Payne.

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Re: John TAYLOR's marriage to Hannah possibly FRY before 1717
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 18 November 17 20:06 GMT (UK) »
The Berkshire Marriage Index gives the following marriage by Licence

22 April 1717 at St Lawrence Church, Besselseigh
John Taylor of Longworth and Hannah Fry of Kingston Bagpuze.

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Re: John TAYLOR's marriage to Hannah possibly FRY before 1717
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 19 November 17 08:57 GMT (UK) »
Emeltom,

Very many thanks, I now have all the pieces of my jigsaw. 
WALES: Bevan, David, Thomas in area of Ystradyfodwg [Rhondda] Llangeinor and Bettws [Glam] Glamorgan Farms of interest: Graigddu, Gwaunadda, Llwynypia, Maesllan, Penygraig and Cwmsaerbren | RAYMOND, St Davids Pembrokeshire; OWEN St Davids Pembrokeshire; JONES Upper Neath Valley;
ENGLAND: Somerset, Yatton, Kenn, Portishead, Weston-i-Gardano, Clevedon & Bristol. Names: Nethway, Perris, Knight, Gosling, Payne.