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Re: Swabey one name study
Posted by: Colleen Morrison Date: September 04, 2001 at 08:47:09
In Reply to: Swabey one name study by Alison Powell of 23

Hello Alison,
ONe of my ancestors is Sarah Swabey, married Edward Dice and who was buried December 1770 (part of date is obliterated), in Tolleshunt Major, Essex, UK. Edward was buried in Tolleshunt Major on 13 August 1771. Perhaps they both died of TB or plague? There may possibly be links to Yorkshire/the north of England with these two - possibly with Monk Fryston, Yorks. I believe that I also have
another Swabey acting as a witness to a Dice wedding, but need to check this out. I would be very grateful for any information you might be able to provide re either Sarah or any of the Swabeys with connections to this part of Essex or the Yorks area - also any information about the early origins of the Swabeys - were they northerners? Thanks for your help - let me know if you would like a copy of the parish register confirming these deaths and details of their probable descendants. Best Wishes,
Colleen


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