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Re: James Powles or William Henry Powles in Canada
Posted by: Deb Harcus (ID *****9779) Date: August 29, 2005 at 19:46:56
In Reply to: Re: James Powles or William Henry Powles in Canada by rebecca lonergan of 161

Hello Rebecca. Thankyou for posting a reply. I've 2 separate lines of Powles I'm researching.

The William Henry I have, was born in 1896, and I've nothing prior to that date for the lineage, so I can't say if they're related to the people you name or not.

Alternatively, I have a James born in 1784 in Bromyard, but no knowledge of other siblings, which is unusual as children were plentiful in those days. James married Susan Ekins. Do you know if the William, Mary Ann and John you have, had any other siblings? I'm also aware that James had a son Henry, who went to apprectice as a blacksmith with a widowed Aunt Flawn in Bedfordshire, who had two sons and two daughters. One of the daughters was named Ann.
Anything sound familiar? Deb

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