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Re: James Ayre b. abt 1789 Sunderland, England, Ship Broker & Owner
Posted by: Sarah Curzon (ID *****1451) Date: February 29, 2008 at 09:19:22
In Reply to: James Ayre b. abt 1789 Sunderland, England, Ship Broker & Owner by Mandy Freeman of 155

James Ayre, b. 1832, is my great-great grandfather.
James Ayre, b. 1858, is my great-grandfather, and his son Frank Austin Ayre, b. 1894 in Cardiff is my grandfather.

All the information that I have comes from my uncle who did a lot of research into our family tree. Some of it differs slightly from what you included in your message.

William Ayre (cordwainer), b.1754 in Greatham, Co Durham m. Anne Corps(e) in 1787 and they are the parents of James Ayre b. 1788 or 89.

James and his second wife Isabella White had 6 children: Richard (1825), William (1827), Isabella (1830), James (1832), Margaret Ann (1835) and Andrew (1838).
His first wife was Jane Stoddart who died in 1821, and they had a son Stothart who died in 1815. James's third wife was Mary Ann Wood, a widow, formerly Dawson.

I have some information about Isabella White's ancestors, but everything else that I have is about the descendants of James Ayre b. 1858.




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