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    Thank you again. I did find a baptism for a William on Ancestry and he is shown still with James and Mary on the 1841 census. No date given for the baptism though! He was born about 1815. In 1841 they were in the civil parish of Kingstone. Is that the same area or closer to Sutton where Thomas and Susanna married in in 1824?
     
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    I had never heard of Kingstone before it was mentioned in this post. According to google maps it's 11.5 miles from Sutton. The other side of Hereford.

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    Well, these Ag workers and servants made the rounds in those days, didn't they? Thomas and Susanna basically settled in Much Cowarne. It's nice to see more stuff coming online to help with searches. I'll be back to them and their family in another post soon!
     
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    I take it that's Susanna Meyrick you are on about?

    Ok I'll leave that till your next thread :)
     
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    Now wondering if James Booth, son of Mary, ( no father) baptised Mar. 31 1799 is also the son of James Powell, just born before they married.?
     
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