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Re: Richard Gillow info
Posted by: Lonnie A Gillow Date: October 11, 2001 at 15:09:40
In Reply to: My Gillows of Kent New info by Kim Skoog of 91

Kim:

My research shows that the Richard Gillow you refer to was born in Ringwould Kent in 1654 and he died Nov 25,1725 in Woodnesborough Kent.
He married Margaret Jenkin daughter of Henry Jenkin. She was born in 1656 at Stourmouth Kent and died Aug 14,1709. Richard married Margaret in Stourmouth Kent The marriage info comes from "Coopers marriage index"

The wording is "June 26, 1675 Richard Gillow of Ringwould, Yeoman Bachelor age 19 and upwards whose father consents, as is testified by Henry Jenkin of Stourmouth,Yeoman and Margaret Jenkin of Stourmouth virgin aged 18 Daughter of said Henry at Stourmouth."

From the memorial slab inside St.Mary's parish church at woodnesborough it reads as follows.

"Here lieth interr'd the body of Richard Gillow of this Parish/Gent who died Nov 25th in the 71 year of his age. Also Margaret his wife who died Aug 14 1709 in the 53rd year of her age. They had Issue Nine sons and three daughters"
They had 6 surviving children.
Thomas born June 17,1676
Richard Jr.,Francis,Elizabeth,Margaret,and Jenkin.

This information comes from parish records and Richard Gillows will dated Dec 10,1724.

Also the dates that you published for my father, Archie Albert Gillow are incorrect.
He was born Dec 3,1905 in Baring MO,Knox County and he died at Vancouver WA,Clark county Sept 28,1977.


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