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Trying to find Wilson
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|JrH||Report||26 Mar 2006 08:20|
Trying to find out any information of ANN WILSON born c.1815 in Newcastle upon Tyne. Married JOSEPH BUSBY AT ST.JOHN'S NEWCASTLE. 18th November, 1834. The Joseph Busby I'm interested in also, was born c.1813 in Eathorpe, Warwickshire. Father John Busby Mother Sarah Joseph was in the ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY From 1829 to 1850. Anyone know of this couple??? Trying to find out if Ann and Joseph are the same couple as my Gr.Gr.Grandparents. Their first two daughters were born in Newcastle upon Tyne Sarah in 1835 and Elizabeth in 1837 other children were born elsewhere......Joseph would have been stationed at Berwick Barracks Please get in touch if you know this ANN WILSON or JOSEPH BUSBY