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Re: Dalleys of Newnham, Glos, 1700's
Posted by: Gwyn Dalley (ID *****8911) Date: September 08, 2003 at 21:04:06
In Reply to: Re: Dalleys of Newnham, Glos, 1700's by Marion Boshart of 21

Hi Marion,
thanks for your mailing.
As you are probably aware, Richard and Sarah are common names in England, also I once counted over 10,000 Dalleys registered on the IGI !!!
Do you know whereabouts your Richard and Sarah(?) Dalley were from? If you do an IGI search on Richard Dalley, of England, you will get a lot of results...even from the 1700's.
My Richard and Sarah Dalley were both born circa 1725/7 and definately resided in Newnham On Severn, Gloucestershire. I have their children, and there is a Richard born 1752, but according to my records he married an Ann.
If you manage to find out whereabouts they lived in England I would be most interested to know.
Happy hunting!!

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