Ann James 1790 Gloucestershire (General)

by sidtoomey01 @, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Friday, August 06, 2021, 00:00 (1072 days ago) @ CarrieBEE


To help me understand your search better, could you advise whether you have been able to confirm the marriage of Warren James (Ann's father) as being part of your Ancestors Tree ?
Also from the 1841 and 1851 Census, have you been able to confirm where your Ancestors were living ? If so, in the 1851 Census, where did your Ancestors give as their place of birth ? and what was the male's occupation ?

My reason for asking is to do with the marriage of Anne James to Richard Hatton in 1812 and whether to discount it as a possibility.
Witnesses at this marriage were Mary James and William James.
There was a Anne James baptised in Breem in 1790 whose parents were Warron and Ann James. This Anne had two older siblings named William and Mary who could have been the witnesses at the Richard Hatton Marriage.

Breem is four miles from Newland.

There was also a Ann James baptised in Newland in 1790 whose Parents were Warren and Anne James.

I think would be easy to mix members of both of these James family's in to one.

It would be handy to be able to discount or confirm Breem as being a possible location for some of your Ancestors.

Sid Toomey

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