Author Topic: Arthur G Plant 1870, any plants out there?  (Read 11819 times)

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Re: Arthur G Plant 1870, any plants out there?
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 16 August 18 04:17 BST (UK) »
Hi! I have some ancestors Plant, Middleton, Parker, Lawson, Gliddon/Gledden,... and I believe there's a connection with some mentioned.

Ernest Lawson, married to Jane Plant, b. C. 1881 in Northallerton.

Parents of Jane: John Plant, b. C. 1849 in Chardon, and Mary Hannah Gledden, b. C. 1854 in Great Ouseburn area.
 
Parents of John Plant: James Plant, b. 1816 in Chardon, and Keziah Parker, b. C. 1816 in Marsh Gibbon.

Parents of Keziah Parker: Richard Parker, b. C. 1786 in Bucks. and Martha Roberts, b. 1778 in Marsh Gibbon.

Parents of Martha Roberts: Richard Roberts, b. C. 1745 in Marsh Gibbon, and Ann Draper, b. C. 1751 in Marsh Gibbon.

Hope it makes sense  :)  The tree + DNA is on Ancestry, as well as on Gedmatch, if someone wants to compare it with theirs.

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