Author Topic: Abendnego Ferris born 1802 Tockenham  (Read 953 times)

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Abendnego Ferris born 1802 Tockenham
« on: Friday 08 June 12 16:06 BST (UK) »
Looking for any information on Abendego Ferris the son
of William Ferris 1777-1854 and Mary Miles 1767-1852.
He was born in 1802 in Tockenham cannot find him in the census's under that name.
I am trying to find out the following did he get married and when he died.
Thank you
Treddle, Harrison, West, Thompson, Baldwin, Ariss, Messenger, Hunt Shilton, Thompson, Bishop Warwickshire.
Stratford Oxfordshire.
Carvell, Peach, Basford Cockerill Allen Northants.
Monaghan, Brady Ireland.

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Re: Abendnego Ferris born 1802 Tockenham
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 12 June 12 13:53 BST (UK) »
Hi

Ma & Pa?

1841 HO107 / 1179 / 7 / 22 page 7
West Tockenham
William Ferris 75
Mary† † † † † † † 75
Amelia† † † † † †25
Thomas† † † † † 20


W&M had Abednego 1802 and Mesech 1800.



There is a book, Daniel
There is a story Shadrach, Meshak and Abednego

Did W&M have another child, Shadrach? (not known)
There is a Daniel Ferris in the village (true)
and a Nebuchadnezzar (true)† † (Nebuchadnazaa White 15 bic)

Did W&M give their children an "official" name
and an "unofficial" name
as in Hebrew vs Chaldean?

Mesech/Meshak/Misha'el = Michael
(This following is tongue-in-cheek† †;D† †)
Abednego = Billy = William (as in Shadrack, Meshak and a billy goat)

 ::)

"The wise man knows how little he knows, the foolish man does not". My Grandfather & Father.

"You canít give kindness away.  It keeps coming back". Mark Twain (?).

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