John Gough (and reasonable doubt?) (General)

by jon_ystrad ⌂ @, Ystradgynlais, Powys, Tuesday, April 06, 2021, 09:19 (1060 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Thank you - that certainly would be three days, baptism on the 7th, Catherine's burial on the 10th. Perhaps they baptise the baby immediately if the mother is seriously ill from childbirth, or has even died?

I wonder how it worked if William Gough has several houses. I assume a closer look at the Ynyscedwyn estate papers will say who each one is let out to - in the 1723/4 settlement it lists which family members are tenants where, I think.

I haven't got the full details of William's siblings, mother etc as the Goughs interest in Ynyscedwyn began with him and his marriage to Catherine. But it would be useful to know the dates for Douglas, Warren, Mary, and his mother. I believe somebody here offered me that, but I had not ticked my envelope on the profile at that time. I'll have to chase them up and see if they would kindly send me the information.

Best Regards

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