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Re: MABLE, is this correct spelling ?
Posted by: Kathryn Gnas (ID *****3018) Date: June 06, 2002 at 17:05:14
In Reply to: Re: MABLE, is this correct spelling ? by Celia Renshaw of 58

Hi Celia,
I wish I had a definate answer for you. I believe that the William MABLE that married, Susan is the father of my William Mable. I have been trying to make a definate connection for some time. If I remember right, Susan Clavering and William Mable's children's forenames were matched many of my William's children. As you can see from my notes below, this seems like a good possibility.

It would be great if we could find the will for the William Mable who married Susan. Let me know what you think.

Here is my information on William Mable, my gggreat grandfather. I am descended from his son John Mable.
Descendants of William Mable

Kathy Gnas
                                   
1        William Mable       b: Abt. 1770 in Thornington, Chatton Parish, Northumberland, England              d: September 19, 1841 in Heathery, Chatton Parish, Northumberland, ENG
.              +Margaret Davidson       b: Abt. 1770 in Lowick Parish, Northumberland, England       m: Abt. 1796       d: Bef. 1841 in Northumberland, England
......       2        William Mable       b: October 16, 1797 in Kirknewton, Northumberland, England              
......       2        Mary Mable       b: February 28, 1799 in Kirknewton, Northumberland, England              d: Aft. 1881
..........              +Robert Robson       b: Abt. 1801 in Northumberland, England       m: May 10, 1824 in Parish Church, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England       
......       2        Margaret Mable       b: May 01, 1801 in Kirknewton, Northumberland, England              
......       2        John Mable       b: August 14, 1803 in Kirknewton, Northumberland, England              d: Aft. 1864
..........              +Isabella Henry       b: April 06, 1813 in Bankhead, Linton, Roxburghshire, Scotland       m: Abt. 1836 in Prob. Scottish Border marriage       d: 1876 in Randalstown, Drumsough Townland, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland
......       2        Jane Mable       b: September 04, 1805 in Kirknewton, Northumberland, England              
..........              +Ralph Gray                     

Family notes:

William MABLE was listed as a farmer in the 1841 Northumberland census. Not found in 1851 census. He was a warden at the parish church.

Parish records for Kirknewton show that he was a native of Thornington in Kirknewton parish, but his birth is not listed. 1841 census said that he was a native of Chatton parish. Thornington is a hamlet on the north side of the river Bowmont Water and is about 3 miles NW of Kirknewton. (OS grid reference NT884335).

A William Mable was born on Feb 23, 1766 in Sedgefield, Co. Durham. Co. Durham is adjacent to Northumberland.
A Margaret Davidson was born in Gateshead, Durham Dec 15, 1783.

A William Mable and Ralph Davison were witnesses to the marriage of James Davison and Elizabeth Davison in Kirknewton Parish on May 20, 1799. (Kirknewton Parish records)

A William Mable married Susan Clavering, May 8, 1763 in Durham England.

8 Jul 1674 John Mable + Dorytie Emerson Durham/ Northumberland


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