The Banns - according to Wiltshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1916 - were legally published om May 3, 10 and 17 and were followed by a marriage in West Lavington on May 24 1795. John Draper was a Carter by trade/occupation and Elizabeth Sainsbury was a Spinster. The witnesses were Richard Rumble and Thomas Baker. As I've previously mentioned here and elsewhere, Elizabeth became known as Betty [but when is not known]. The baptism registers - West Lavington 1747-1803 [image seen on Ancestry]- has the following baptisms for children of parents John and Betty: Samuel - 22 Nov. 1790 Elizabeth - 30 Oct. 1791 Sarah - 20 May 1795 Mary - 2 Jul. 1797 James - 4 Aug. 1799 John - 12 Jul. 1801 I had previously indicated that my John was the son of George Draper and Grace Kill married in Market Lavington on 21 Aug. 1774 and was baptised in Market Lavington 18 Jun. 1775. While I haven't found a burial forr this lad, George and Grace baptised another son - John - 21 Feb. 1779. I don't believe this could possibly be my connection.