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Offline pritchardgeo

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Re: prichard of maesbury
« Reply #9 on: Monday 26 November 18 13:23 GMT (UK) »
thank for all work.
we have the thomas think it was the one you found of thomas prichard of maesbury with a christening of thomas in 1756 the thomas born in 1756 went on to have children david b 1774.elizabeth b 1776.and thomas 1781.
assuming the former thomas was born about 1730 there are no records of him being born in oswestry re the parish records of oswestry. but there are numerous in whittington/duddleston and over the border in montgomeryshire. as indicated he was a pauper would that mean that he was probably in the workhouse in oswestry ?.
thanks again.brian

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Re: prichard of maesbury
« Reply #10 on: Monday 26 November 18 14:00 GMT (UK) »
also it seems that thoms the father of thomas 1756 did not have any further children thats also the army link
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