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Re: Fitzstephen French
Posted by: Robert Smith (ID *****7154) Date: January 18, 2011 at 07:17:39
In Reply to: Fitzstephen French by Frances Deak of 1042

I too have found a daughter of Fitzstephen French, who according to Burke's Peerage etc was married in 1839 to Charlotte Bennet in London, England. The daughter I found was Julia French, born about 1821 in Ireland according to the 1851 Census of England. She was resident with the family of James England, a watchmaker, and listed as a niece. She married William Clancy in London in 1853 and named Fitzstephen French as her father, occupation "Law clerk". After that I cannot find any trace of her, just like your Harriet. I only discovered this yesterday. My first instinct is that she was his illegitimate child. Perhaps he made a habit of it! It was not unusual I guess.


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