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Re: Thomas and Hannah Aubrey, London 1800's
Posted by: Robyn Blue (ID *****1406) Date: December 07, 2010 at 02:55:06
In Reply to: Thomas and Hannah Aubrey, London 1800's by Sarah Louise Munford of 452

I have some information. Not sure if it would fit. They were Huguenots from France.

1.       Thomas AUBREY arrived circa 1690 from France ? were lacemakers
1.1.       Thomas AUBREY (b. 1712 at Oxford) m. Hannah Taylor February 1737 at Bloxham.
1.1.1.       Child 1 born 1741
1.1.1.1.       
1.1.2.       Child 2 b. February 1744
1.1.2.1.       
1.1.3.       Child 3 b. August 1749
1.1.3.1.        Would have been married and had children 1765 - 75
William AUBREY arrived circa 1690 from France.

Robyn Blue


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