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manders is it dutch

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have traced my husbands family the jeffries back to about the 1750s they were all watermen and lightermen on the thames.
joseph jeffries marries a susannah manders in around 1770 anyone any idea if this is an english name as we have never been able to find any record of her other than her childrens baptisms .They lived in grays thurrock in middlesex and then moved to bows creek london poplar, there are a lot of people researching this tree and we are all stuck with the manders name.I am sort of the opinion that it may be a dutch name and given that grays is not far from tilbury docks who knows. Also joseph jeffries son john jerimiah jeffries marries a hannah delay in 1820 london poplar, again has anyone any idea if delay is an english name. heres hoping ,suex
 
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