It is possible, but I think it is unlikely because Abraham and Elizabeth were married in 1814 and had a son in 1815 who they christened Abraham. He is part of a long chain of sons called Abraham in the De Maid family and I suspect they called their first son by that name. It is possible that James born 1814 in Weeley Heath is the cousin of Abraham born in 1815.
I must go to Essex record Office soon!
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