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William & Martha HOSEGOOD

DaveHam9

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Hello,

Marriages Dec 1840
SNELLING Martha Honiton 10 181
HOSEGOOD William Honiton 10 181

I'd like a kook up please for William & Martha in 1841 and 1851.

I wonder if the census will show pob for Martha as Horne, Surrey. :)

1841 Stoneham, Hampshire


I'm trying to find the connection. One of the children of Robert & Martha BRYANT was given the middle name Hosegood.

Marriages Sep 1875
BRYANT Robert Newport M 11a 233
SNELLING Martha Newport M 11a 233

Births Sep 1849
SNELLING Martha Neath 26 500

Martha's father was Joseph SNELLING so he could be a sibling of the Martha who married in 1840. Martha's mother is not listed.

Regards,

Dave
 
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