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Offline truebritmega

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Humphreston Hall History?
« on: Sunday 26 August 18 17:13 BST (UK) »
Hello, Im looking into the Humphrestons of Albrighton... and trying to find the connection between it, and My family, if there is one..

My 3x great gran was a sussannah humphreston, born pattingham 1804, her parents being a thomas humpherson and mary roberts (married 1792 wolverhampton)

with such an unusual name, I was thinking surely there must be some connection?

anything? anyone?
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Re: Humphreston Hall History?
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 26 August 18 17:31 BST (UK) »
A Google search turns up this information:
William Humfreston of Humfreston/Humphreston Hall had a daughter Frances or Francesca, who married Sir Vincent Corbet.
They had a son, Sir ANdrew Corbet who was born in 1580.

Also listed by Historic England as Humphreystone Hall. 15th Century origin.
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Re: Humphreston Hall History?
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 28 August 18 12:50 BST (UK) »
Hello
There seems to be a Thomas Newall Humphreston who marries in Pattingham 18.10.1808 to Catherine Pitt.

At Wolverhampton is a baptism Thomas Humpherson s of John Humpherson alias Newell 19 mar 1754.

Your Thomas seems to be buried at Pattingham 15.11.1832 age 73 so born 1759 could they be the same man?
There is a Sarah d of John and Ann at Wolverhampton 5.11.1761,sister Gertrude 28.12.1766,John 3.1.1751

There is a little family in Wolverhampton

ps there is a Will for a Mary Humphreyson at Tettenhall 1714.

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