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Re: William Gazey of London 1807-69
Posted by: Gillian Palmer Date: November 26, 2000 at 09:35:31
In Reply to: Re: William Gazey of London 1807-69 by N J Gazey of 200

Dear Judy, Lynn and everyone,
Below are all the William Gazey baptisms from 1760 to 1787 as possible William Gazey, father of William 1807 - 69, taken from the Gazettes. We did not note IGI references as being more conveniently in the public domain through LDS.
William Baptisms:
1772 son of Peter and Elizabeth, Warwick St.Mary. However 1774 a William buried.
1773 son of John and Ann, Rowington
1787 son of John and Mary, Rowington
1773 son of Richard and Mary, Claverdon
1768 son of Samuel and Mary, Radford Semele
1774 son of Richard and Hannah Kimble, Banbury (related to Susan Gazey/Beere of John Neff connection LDS)
1780 son of Thomas and Mary, Weston sub-Edge
(the line Natalie and I are researching).
No Londoners, sadly!

Re international connections:
There was a marriage in the Huguenot Church, Threadneedle Street, London in 1722 between Piere Salle and Anthoinette Gazay (sic), fille de feu Paul Gazay.

Cheers, everyone, and many thanks for all the lovely things you have written about the Gazettes! Gillian.


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