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Re: Baswich / Allstonefield
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 02 December 17 15:50 GMT (UK) »
Hi BumbleB
Thanks for the images and details of the contents, it seems that Baswich is the Parish in question.
I have not definitely identified the Eliza Harding who married John Orton in 1794 resulting in the children mentioned however the favourite is now the one born 1772 in Baswich ( ie age 22 when married ).
Many thanks for your time and effort in resolving my puzzle.
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STAFFS: Hodgkins, Hughes, Ford, Orton, Sharratt, Burns, Devonport, Lambsdale, Law, Mitton, Meek. Obburton
SHROP: Bird, Colley, Parton, Cock.
WORCS: Knowles, Adams, Evans, Wanklin, Edwards, Harvett, Potter.
WARKS: Garrington.
NORTHANTS: Betts, Clark
BERKS: Cross, Preston, Orpwood, Banister, Celly/Colly, Wildblood, Bond.
BEDS: Carver, Merrington.
OXFORD: Edwards, Maizey, Hanwell, Laurence

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Re: Baswich / Allstonefield
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 02 December 17 15:53 GMT (UK) »
Hi BumbleB,
Messages crossed, thanks for second to clarify situation.
Regards
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STAFFS: Hodgkins, Hughes, Ford, Orton, Sharratt, Burns, Devonport, Lambsdale, Law, Mitton, Meek. Obburton
SHROP: Bird, Colley, Parton, Cock.
WORCS: Knowles, Adams, Evans, Wanklin, Edwards, Harvett, Potter.
WARKS: Garrington.
NORTHANTS: Betts, Clark
BERKS: Cross, Preston, Orpwood, Banister, Celly/Colly, Wildblood, Bond.
BEDS: Carver, Merrington.
OXFORD: Edwards, Maizey, Hanwell, Laurence

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Re: Baswich / Allstonefield
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 02 December 17 16:04 GMT (UK) »
Possible reason for the confusion between Alstonefield and Baswich.  The FS film number covers both parishes.

Transcriptions and NBI are merely finding aids.  They are NOT a substitute for original record entries.
Remember - "They'll be found when they want to be found" !!!
Archbell - anywhere, any date
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Re: Baswich / Allstonefield
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 02 December 17 16:27 GMT (UK) »
Ah,
Things are becoming clearer and the transcription error more understandable
Thanks
STAFFS: Hodgkins, Hughes, Ford, Orton, Sharratt, Burns, Devonport, Lambsdale, Law, Mitton, Meek. Obburton
SHROP: Bird, Colley, Parton, Cock.
WORCS: Knowles, Adams, Evans, Wanklin, Edwards, Harvett, Potter.
WARKS: Garrington.
NORTHANTS: Betts, Clark
BERKS: Cross, Preston, Orpwood, Banister, Celly/Colly, Wildblood, Bond.
BEDS: Carver, Merrington.
OXFORD: Edwards, Maizey, Hanwell, Laurence