Thomas NASH born in 1700s and his descendants (General)

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Saturday, March 10, 2018, 10:47 (1328 days ago) @ Clements Tump

This seems a decent candidate for Richard NASH (bapt. 1774) and might identify several more children,

Ancestry, National Probate Calendar, 1864, 16 April

The will of Richard Nash formerly of Cinderford but late of Cleverends Green in the Township of West Dean both in the County of Gloucester Miner deceased who died 2 February 1864 at Cleverends Green aforesaid was proved at Gloucester by the oaths of James Nash of Clements Tump in the said Township Iron Miner and Reuben Nash of Cleverends Green aforesaid Iron Miner the sons the executors.

A will clearly does exist but Ancestry does not have it. It may be worthwhile obtaining a copy.

GR 1841 Census, Dean Forest, Clements Green, ????? Lane End

All born in county

Richard NASH, 60, Iron Miner
Mary, 55
Ann, 30
Reuben, 20, Iron Miner
George, 20, Iron Miner
Mary, 15
Susan, 9, FS

Families living close by,

Thomas (38) and Charlotte (38) NASH
William (30) and Sarah (25) NASH
Richard (30) and Eliza (30) NASH

GR 1851 Census, West Dean, 12 Sling Pit

Richard NASH, Head, Mar, 72, Iron Miner, b. Glos, West Dean
Mary, Wife, Mar, 58, Glos, West Dean
Susan, Daur, Un, 19, Glos, West Dean

GR 1861 Census, East Dean, Cinderford Rd, Parish of St John

Reuben NASH, Head, 46, Iron Miner, b. West Dean
Elizabeth, Wife, 40, West Dean
Mary A, Daur, 8, East Dean
William, Son, 6, East Dean
Reuben, Son, 3, East Dean
Richard, Father, Wid, 83, West Dean

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