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Re: William Nazer who married Susanne 1711
Posted by: Alex MacEvoy Date: March 29, 2000 at 07:34:24
In Reply to: Re: William Nazer who married Susanne 1711 by Ron of 14

I have quite a lot of information on Henry Nazer collected from various Naval archives. For example, in Byrne’s Naval Biographical Dictionary I was able to ascertain that he had married Louisa Woolnough and that he had two sons and a daughter. Also there is an inscription on a tombstone in St Clements, Ipswich that bears monument “to the life of John Woolnough Nazer, second son of Captain Henry Nazer, RN who live in Fore Street and was a prominent churchman in the 1830’s. Died 25 May, 1834.” That it is as far as my research on him goes.

I was able to find mention of Henry Leopold Nazer from some receipts for coal (which included his address) amongst papers of Henry Nazer that are in the archives of the National Maritime Museum. I have not been able to ascertain whether either of them were married and to whom. However a search in the 1851 Census may produce some results.

I do not know whether you can add any further information. It would be nice to add the descendants of Louisa Anne Nazer (as well as any of her brothers) to the Nazer family tree and add to the history.


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