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Eliz. PAYNTER 1821-1904, Eng > Can >
Posted by: Helen Date: March 03, 2001 at 12:43:06
In Reply to: Re: Eliz. PAYNTER 1821-1904, Eng > Can > by Janet Reed of 285

Hi Janet,
According to the family tree that I have, Elizabeth m. William Pugh, her sisters and brothers included Joseph (1816-1834), Charles M. (1818-1906), Jane(1820-1918), Edith(1822-1903), Ann (1826-1906), Mary (Polly) (1828-1904) and Thomas (1833-1921).

Paynter family tradition usually has the sisters name their kids after their brothers and sisters so maybe that is where the confusion arises.

I only have info about the descendants of Charles M. who married three times and had 9 children.

Here goes :

Thomas Paynter (Schoolmaster from Cornwall) m. Edithe Carey (Bicester, Oxfordshire, UK) (This couple goes on to have 7 sons and 2 daughters) [I have no dates or names for parents or children except for Joseph below]

Son Joseph Paynter (1795-1880)
who is a farmer from Wiltshire, UK marries Mary (?) (1798 - ?)

Joseph and Mary have 8 children, (3 boys, 5 girls) They move to Bruce Mines Ontario.

One of the girls is Elizabeth (1821-1904) who marries William Pugh

( I have no info on her daughters or sons)

From there I hve info on the descendants of Charles M. Paynter who marries three times. With Esther Reynolds, he approximately has 9 children, 27 grandchildren, 36 great grandchildren.

Does this ring any bells?


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