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Elizabeth Spence- 1750 yorkshire

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Lchu1981

Lchu1981 Report 6 Oct 2012 19:00

Hi, I am looking for information relating to my great, great, great,great grandmother -Elizabeth Spence born in Yorkshire around 1750. she married John Chapman in Aysgarth in 1774

I would be grateful if anyone could provide me with any information that they have.

many thanks

Lisa

BeverleyW

BeverleyW Report 6 Oct 2012 19:24

Possible?

County North Riding YKS
Place Aysgarth
Church St Andrew
RegisterNumber
DateOfBirth
BaptismDate 18 Jun 1758
Forename Elizabeth
Sex F
FatherForename Fran
MotherForename
FatherSurname SPENCE
MotherSurname
Abode Walden
Father Occupation

There's another Elizabeth born in Aysgarth in 1760 but she would be too young. Can't see one born 1750.

Cynthia

Cynthia Report 7 Oct 2012 15:49

Hi,

Have you looked to see if anyone on this site is researching the same family?

Click on Search and then on Search all Trees. If you find a connection, you can contact the tree owner. Cx

Cynthia

Cynthia Report 7 Oct 2012 15:49

Hi,

Have you looked to see if anyone on this site is researching the same family?

Click on Search and then on Search all Trees. If you find a connection, you can contact the tree owner. Cx