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Re: Charles Gascoigne 1760's Sheffield, Eng.
Posted by: Cathy Date: February 15, 2000 at 01:58:09
In Reply to: Charles Gascoigne 1760's Sheffield, Eng. by Ginny Core of 445

Sir Crisp Gascoyne (1700-1761) married Margaret Bamber in 1723. The name Bamber was used as a male christian name for the next few generations up to and including my fathers. Margaret Bamber was the daughter of Dr Bamber of Bifrons, Barking, England. You could be connected to this Gascoyne line. I descend from Crisp and Margarets eldest son, Bamber Gascoyne. Bamber married Mary Greene,and one of their grandsons (Charles Manners Gascoyne) immigrated to New Zealand in 1853.

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