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Messages - Jan Prit

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Yesterday at 23:09 »
Good Morning Jo Harding and teragam31510 thanks so much for your help, I only have one subscription with Ancestry at the moment considering another to FindMyPast, most of these web pages now need continuous payment not just a month at a time. :-[

Regards,
Janet :-\

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Yesterday at 08:48 »
Good Afternoon mckha489 thanks for your message, no I haven't seen this marriage, I will have a look, their is a lot of George Knight on Ancestry trees, but they have only 1 child listed, and Sir John Knight 24/11/1613-16/12/1683 is the third son of George Knight. :-[

Regards,
Janet :-\

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Yesterday at 08:14 »
Afternoon mckha489 The children that Earl and Elizabeth Pearce Daniel Taylor 24/12/1769 Earl 22/9/1771 Ann Maynard (who was a Potter with Earl Pearce) 17/8/1773 Sarah Taylor 30/7/1775 Elizabeth 8/11/1778 Hannah 2/5/1781 Hannah Chubb 10/5/1782 Fanny 9/6/1784 Colston 13/111785 (also connected to the Pottery Trade with Earl Pearce) Martha 12/12/1787 Thomas Palmer 3/4/1791 William 14/10/1792. I have been searching all the morning for the Knight family, most of them moved to the U.S.A. I will have another look. :-[

Regards,
Janet :-\

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Wednesday 21 July 21 23:14 BST (UK)  »
Good Morning teragram31510, thanks so much for your help and information I will certainly search for John Knight, his marriage and family. :-[

Regards,
Janet :-[

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Huntingdonshire / Re: Elizabeth Budge
« on: Wednesday 21 July 21 07:41 BST (UK)  »
Good Afternoon all, I have downloaded the Parish Records for Glatton Huntingdonshire and their is no record for the Budge children, his and Elizabeth's death date, I also searched through the parish Records for Godmanchester nothing their either, I have no luck with family search they send me away to another page, or the image is unavailable. :-[ :-\

Regards,
Janet :-X

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Wednesday 07 July 21 23:11 BST (UK)  »
Good Morning Jo Harding, I live in Australia and its hard finding out my ancestors records, I use mainly Ancestry, FindMyPast and other families who are also connected. Earl Pearce bap. 8/2/1745 St. Philip & Jacob they married on the 3/1/1768 St. James Bristol, Earl died 3/6/1795 with gout buried St. Philip & Jacob. I tried to find the wills for the couple, I don't have much luck with this. Thanks for your help I have no idea where the British towns, countries are, and of course they change over the years. :-[ I did have help from a great researcher a long time ago but he has now retired. :-[

Regards,
Janet :-\

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Kent / Re: Thomas Simmonds
« on: Wednesday 07 July 21 00:51 BST (UK)  »
Good Morning jonw65 thanks again for your help I don't have much luck in searching but I have sent a few emails out to the places that were mentioned, time for a cuppa, take care and thanks, its very hard searching from Australia, I have the CD of Maidstone records, the baptism I have down for Thomas in 1801 he was the son of a Mary, father unknown she had two sons, the other James. :-\
A lot of other researches have his parents down as Joseph Simmonds and wife Elizabeth, but his name doesn't appear with these parents. :-\

Regards,
Janet :-[

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Somerset / Re: Sir. Thomas Earl Knight
« on: Wednesday 07 July 21 00:00 BST (UK)  »
Good Morning Jo Harding, thanks for your help, I have her record as death in the Almshouse which was owned by her husband Earl Pearce Bristol 14/7/1830 aged 78 St. Philip & Jacob Bristol England, she worked with Benjamin Quarman after her husband Earl died and ran the Pottery business she must have been familiar with this work. :-[ :-\

Regards,
Janet :-\

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Kent / Re: Thomas Simmonds
« on: Tuesday 06 July 21 23:55 BST (UK)  »
Good Morning jonw65 thank you ever so much this is very interesting, on the 1841 Census with wife Hannah and children he is listed as a Fossilist, also mentioned on her death certificate is a Sarah it looks like Naylor who was present at the death Infirmary, this was also under the date that Hannah Simmonds died on the 13/12/1857 Infirmary. This is getting more and more interesting I am glad to have searched more. :-[ :-\

Regards,
Janet :)

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