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Re: WHYBROW - Essex and East Anglia
Posted by: Peter Whybrow Date: March 11, 2002 at 00:52:00
In Reply to: Re: WHYBROW - Essex and East Anglia by Chris Briggs of 175

Dear Chris,
Spot on! As far as I can tell nearly all the High Garrett Whybrew's are my relatives. Their ancestors go back in Bocking to the 1730's.
Joseph Whybrew, bap March 14, 1818 (died Aug 17, 1901) at Gosfield married Caroline (Candesa?) Freeman (died May 19, 1909) at Gosfield Dec 24, 1842. They had 11 children (including Frederick Henry who married Elizabeth Mary Livermore and Martha Louisa who married a Morrell at Bocking) and most were baptised as non-conformists which is why you won't find them in the Gosfield CofE registers.
Your g'grandmother Sarah Ann (bap Feb 22, 1854) married John William Marshall at the Independant Chapel, Braintree on Dec 31, 1880. I do not have records of any children from this marriage but verbal family history suggests there was one daughter. Verbal family history also indicates states a "recent"connection between the Whybrows and the Marshalls. This is where I believe the Alice you mention fits. She was my aunt [born June 26, 1877, daughter of the second son of Joseph and Caroline (Candesa?)], who married John William Marshall (widower) April 19, 1926 at Colchester. Her Whybrow branch (my gg'grandparents, etc) moved to Croydon, Surrey in the 1870's (another branch went to Tasmania). She and her sister Edith lived at Grenville Road, Braintree for awhile and I recall visting them in the ?1960's.
As I have more detailed information, I'll also respond to your email offlist.
Many thanks and best wishes,
Peter


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