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COMPLETED Help Needed King Thanks
« on: Wednesday 08 August 07 17:31 BST (UK) »
Thanks to Dawn have now got back further with a line ive been stuck on for ages.Details below

John King married Ann Parsons on 25th feb 1793 in Hillingdon a witness was Charles King.
Family lived in Uxbridge by 1800 had moved to Shoreditch.
Children
Jane  Parsons King 1794-1795 Uxbridge
Ann Parsons King b-1796 Uxbridge married George Isaac Keay in Shoreditch
John Parsons King b-1798 Uxbridge Married Jane Baine in 1818
Esther Parsons King b-1800 in Shoreditch married twice William Wilson in 1830.James Lloyd in 1836 both in Shoreditch
Mary Parsons King b-1803 Shoreditch

1841 Crowen Buildings Shoreditch
H107 Piece  707 Folio  36 Page 31
John King,75,Sawyer,N
Ann King,70,N
Mary Parsons King,38,Y

Now heres my problem it says John and Ann are not born in County.I assume that means they cant have been born Uxbridge or Hillingdon either then as that was Middlesex to?Any ideas on what to do next and where to search?Or am i stuck?

Thanks Welsh Lady
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Wolfenden-Cambridgeshire,Huntingdonshire
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Re: COMPLETED Help Needed King Thanks
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 29 October 20 21:05 GMT (UK) »
Hi Welsh lady, not sure if you still use this. Slightly random but I bought today in a charity shop a very old book from the 1790s and it is dated in ink 1792 and with various signatures through it, some for Ann parsons and then changes to Ann king. So this could very well be your ancestor! Thought you'd like to know.