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Offline rosie99

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Re: What became of Jane Scott?
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 23 May 18 17:38 BST (UK) »
Actually, it's a different Jane Scott. She's recorded in Lea and Cleverton in 1861, 1871 and 1891. I think this must have been where I hit a snag researching Jane before.

There's this 1898 burial - https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J8TG-C3D

Place isn't recorded but it never seems to be for Longbridge Deverill, instead it just gives 'Wiltshire'.

Sorry Adam, I did not look for her earlier. 
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Re: What became of Jane Scott?
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 23 May 18 17:40 BST (UK) »
No problem rosie99. It's all sorted now.
Dead-end ancestors:

William Cartwright, d. 1910, Wigston
Lewis Lipman, b. ca. 1798 (son of John Lipman, late of Glasgow)
Simon McGrigor/McGregor/MacGregor, b. ca. 1789, m. 1811, Fodderty, d. 1859, Fodderty (parents Alexander MacGregor and Mary Grant)
William Sands, b. ca. 1816, m. 1837, Clerkenwell, d. 1863, St. Luke's
Jesse Thorogood, b. ca. 1751, m. 1777, Shalford, d. 1826, Shalford

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