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Posted by: Heather Hemmings (ID *****9784) Date: March 11, 2009 at 15:08:25
In Reply to: YEOMANS / WOMANS / WHOMANS / HOMANS by Robert New of 68

Hi Robert, was very interested in your story especially the pronunciations of worcestershire.
I have an 1835 marr of John Hemmings and Elizabeth Hartland. Census records between 1851 and 1891 (in England) give their name as Yeomans. So do certificates I have found. Yet the 1891 census in Scotland for their son gives the name as Hemmings. So now I do not know if their marriage entry should have been Hemmings or Yeomans. Both signed with an 'X', so this explains possibly the wrong spelling of the surname.

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