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Re: Dunkley in Warwick, England in 1800s
Posted by: Janet Date: January 28, 2001 at 02:30:09
In Reply to: Re: Dunkley in Warwick, England in 1800s by Brad Dunkley of 458

Thank you for your message. My direct ancestor is a Thomas Dunkley and wife Elizabeth. They had at least five children: Joseph, Thomas, Mary (bpt 1786 Brook St Chapel, Warwick), Rhoda(bpt 1789), Martha. Martha Dunkley was married in 1814 to Thomas Manton Currall. Martha and Thomas Currall married in Northampton, where Thomas was learning/helping out a relative in the tailoring trade. Both Thomas and Martha returned to Warwick shortly after marriage. All this doesn't link directly to Joseph Dunkley born 1839. Where was he born and baptised? The family have non conformist beliefs.


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