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Offline SandyGurganious

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Richard Perry of Aspley Guise
« on: Thursday 18 May 06 16:53 BST (UK) »
I was given info that Richard Perry and wife Mary Bowler were born and lived in Aspley Guise being married in 2 April 1809.  I am interested in birth info for them as well as their children.  Any info would be appreciated.

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Re: Richard Perry of Aspley Guise
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 18 May 06 19:50 BST (UK) »


   Hi Sandy....

    Welcome to rootschat...... ;D ;D

  Could this be your family.....

   Baptisms from Aspley Guise Beds.

    Nancy Perry  c 11 feb 1810
   Priscilla Perry c 3 may  1811
  Margaret Perry c 29 Jan 1813
  Melicent  Perry  c 29 Jan 1813
  Isaac Perry c 1 Jan 1815
  Mary Perry c 4 Jan 1817
  James Perry c 19 April 1818
  Charles Perry c 17 Oct 1819
                        d 27 Nov 1820
  Catherine Perry c 14 Sept 1824
  Jeremiah Perry c 19 June  1825
    - all children of Richard Perry & Mary.

  The name Isaac could give us Richards Father as ....

      c 2 June 1787....Richard Perry son of Isaac Perry and ????Kingsmill.

  all found on I.G.I. listings on family search

  James is still in the village in 1881 with his wife Mary.

 Marriages for Catherine , Priscilla , Isaac are also on familysearch.

  Hope thats a start..

                   Tazzie
Liscoe -all
Green/Simpson/Underwood-Beds
Walker/Foulkes/Fookes/Fooks/Hedges/Lamborne-Bucks.
Stanton/Pattrick/Cooper/Fitzjohn/Holland/Spalding-London
 Rewallin/Underwood -Devon
 Casbolt-London/Cambridge
 Favell/Favel - Lincs-Beds

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Re: Richard Perry of Aspley Guise
« Reply #2 on: Monday 30 March 15 13:09 BST (UK) »
There is a whole book on the Perry family of Aspley Guise and area, by Joyce Perry.  They are expensive, if you can even find one, but your local library service might be able to get one.
Researching Woburn Sands (was Hogsty End), Wavendon, Aspley Heath and Walton.