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Offline Annette7

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Re: George Fellows
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 25 February 18 03:51 GMT (UK) »
It's already been established that George was not the son of Henry and Lydia - that George was still living with his parents in 1841.

I agree that George and Ann would appear to be George's parents having married at Hastings in 1810 and think their children were as follows:

Ann bc.1810 Fairlight (she is a widow, Ann Willis, with Ann Fellows in 1851 census as 'visitor'.
George bc.1813 Fairlight
rest of children born at Pett
Jesse bp.8/1/1815
Charlotte bp.7/6/1818
Elizabeth bc.1820
Zebulon bc.1823
James bc.1825
John bc.1827
Maria bc.1829
Matthew bc.1831

George senior bc.1789 bur.22/7/1838 Pett
Ann bc.1786 bur.9/7/1851 Pett

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