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Re: Weal family
Posted by: Joanne Date: November 01, 2001 at 18:39:04
In Reply to: Weal family by Richard Weal of 20

Hello Richard,

I thought that I would post this as I see there have been two new responses.

My g-g-grandparents were Alfred and Eliza (Knight) Weal. They had a son Alfred II b. 1854 in Doddinghurst, Essex. Alfred II married Annie Pearce in Lewisham, Kent in 1880.

Here is my line from Alfred I's parents:

A WEAL Family in Essex

James WEAL born bef 1805, married Susan _, born bef 1805, died aft 1837.

I. Rebecca WEAL born abt 1822, bapt: 25 Dec 1822, Doddinghurst, Essex. Possibly m Wm WOOD (1881 Census).

II. Elizabeth WEAL born abt 1824, bapt: 9 Jan 1825, Doddinghurst, Essex. Possibly m David PERRY (Loughton 1881).

III. Charles WEAL born abt 1826, bapt: 19 Nov 1826, Doddinghurst, Essex, occupation: ag lab, married bef 1858, Mary Ann _, born abt 1829, Doddinghurst,Essex

IV. Alfred WEAL born abt 1827, bapt: 19 Oct 1828, Doddinghurst, Essex,occupation: carman, married 11 Nov 1850, in Kelvedon Hatch, Essex, Eliza KNIGHT,born 1830, High Ongar, Essex, (daughter of John KNIGHT) occupation: mangling woman.

V. James WEAL born abt 1830, bapt: 12 Dec 1830, Doddinghurst, Essex.

VI. Henry WEAL born abt 1832, bapt: 16 Dec 1832, Doddinghurst, Essex.

VII. Edward WEAL born abt 1834, Doddinghurst, Essex, bapt: 30 Nov 1834,Doddinghurst, Essex.

VIII. Susan WEAL born abt 1837, bapt: 23 Jul 1837, Doddinghurst, Essex.

I know I have other stuff around here but I am so disorganized I can't seem to remember which file it is in...

PLEASE feel free to e-mail any time. I would love to keep chipping away at this, and, if you would be so kind, could you send me any info that I may be able to use to fill in the gaps.

Cheers,
Joanne

p.s. Can someone please tell me what a "mangling woman" did? It sounds dreadful!








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