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Blundall / Blndell / Pulley / Standley Family tree

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Donald Report 25 Sep 2013 23:32

Hi everyone i have been searching for quite some time on the Standley tree i have gone back to one Edmund Standley possibly born late 1554 and christened in 1555 somewhere in the britsh isles possibly Wales .
His wife was Agnes maiden name unknown christened about 1556 they had a son Richard christened about 1575 and died around 1635 .
I can not find any thing on his mother or father or brothers and sisters or on his marrage or children .

If any one can please help me

Thank you Don


Susan Report 26 Sep 2013 08:09

Will have a look for you but first please remove your Email add as it is against Genes rules to put it on the boards and not good for your own security.


Reggie Report 26 Sep 2013 08:21

Try looking at...............

All responses will be on here..............that's how the system works


Cynthia Report 26 Sep 2013 14:04

Hello Donald and welcome to the Community Boards. :-)

If you click on Search above, and then on Search all Members Trees and add Edmund's name, you will see that quite a few members on this site have him in their tree. You have the option of contacting the tree owners for further information.

Hope this helps and good luck.

I will send Donald a message on how to return to his thread. :-)