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Skuce Duns Tew and Charlbury
Posted by: Lynne Scaife Date: April 28, 2001 at 08:35:51
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Dear All

I've tried to post a message to you all the other day because I've made quite a lot of progress since my last posting. However, I have been trying to send my family tree which is in an excel document, it failed!

I'm now back to my great great grandparents who were:

William Skuce born about 1807 Duns Tew
married Ann ?? about 1829 in Duns Tew

They had the following children:

Henry christened 09 05 1830
Martha christened 28 08 1831 Duns Tew (she married Henry Canning on 27 11 1861
Johnathon Skuce (my great granddad) born 26 09 1837 or 40? in Duns Tew, married Eliza Gardner on 26 09 1863 in Deddington
Edward christened 19 01 1834 married Elizabeth Barrett 21 01 1860??
Sophia christened 24 02 1837
James c. 16 09 1843
Livi c. 07 08 1831 in Balscott
Mary c. 18 01 1823 in Balscott
Miriam c. 29 06 1838
David c. 04 07 1841 Balscott
Eli c. 01 01 1826 Balscott

I've also found a Thomas Skuce c. about 1778 in Charlbury who married Sophia about 1808 in Duns Tew, I wonder whether Thomas and Sophia were William circa 1807's parents.

Does anyone have any info on these?

Regards to all
Lynne Scaife


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