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

by Mike Pinchin @, Bedford, England, Saturday, March 10, 2018, 16:19 (638 days ago) @ Clements Tump

Ancestry has the will of a Thomas GILBERT (alias NASH), of Clewerwall in the Parish of Newland, dated 20th March 1732, proved 17th May 1748 by Ann GILBERT (alias NASH). He mentions wife Ann, daughters Elinor GILBERT, spinster, and Alice LOW (alias WATKINS) and sons Richard GILBERT, bachelor, and Thomas GILBERT.

Record_ID 324514
Entry_Number
Year 1731
Month Nov
Day 21
Parents_Surname GILBERT
Child_Forenames Thomas
Fathers_Forenames Thomas
Mothers_Forenames Ann
Mothers_Surname
Residence Clays
Occupation
Officiating_Minister
Event Baptism
Memoranda
Notes Compiled from Latin PRs and BTs
Register_Reference P227 IN 1/2
Page_Number 167
Parish_Chapel Newland


Record_ID 75463
Entry_Number
Year 1728
Month Feb
Day 7
Grooms_Surname GILBERT
Grooms_Forenames Thomas
Grooms_Age
Groom_Condition
Grooms_Occupation
Grooms_Residence Clowerwall
Grooms_Fathers_Surname
Grooms_Fathers_Forenames
Grooms_Fathers_Occupation
Brides_Surname MORSE
Brides_Forenames Ann
Brides_Age
Brides_Condition
Brides_Occupation
Brides_Residence Clowerwall
Brides_Fathers_Surname
Brides_Fathers_Forenames
Brides_Fathers_Occupation
Licence_or_Banns
Date_of_Banns
Signature_or_Mark
Witness_1
Witness_2
Other_Witnesses
Officiating_Minister
Event Marriage
Memoranda
Notes Compiled from Latin PRs and BTs Old style year 1727/28
Register_Reference P227 IN 1/2
Page_Number 154
Parish_Chapel Newland

The pattern of children of Thomas and Ann GILBERT in the early 18C at Newland hints that there may have been more than one marriage of Thomas to an Ann.


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