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From: "Jen Watson" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Josselyn / Steward & Patteson
Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 10:31:32 +1000
Wondered if these were on your list. I have searched the Josselin (and
variation) site, but none of them came up!
*Thackerall Josslinborn 19 Jan 1787 in Clavering. Daughter of George
Gosslyn (c1753 of Clavering) and Mary Jackson (c1757 of Clavering).
Married James Jackson of Arkesden in Clavering 11 Nov 1809.
Joslin Lydia 65 Head Pauper Clavering, Essex Wicken Lane, Saffron Walden
Joslin William 36 Son Agr Labourer Clavering, Essex Wicken Lane, Saffron
Joslin George 26 Son Agr Labourer Clavering, Essex Wicken Lane, Saffron
Burgess Emily 10 Grand Daur Scholar Clavering, Essex Wicken Lane,
Unknown Joslin married Lydia Unknown
Mary Josling c1820 of Clavering married Peter Burgess of Clavering 17 Apr
1836, in Clavering.
William Joslin c 1815 of Clavering.
George Joslin c 1825 of Clavering.
Thackerall Josslin was my GGG GGrandmother.
Mary Joslin was wife of GGGGrandUncle.
I am related to many of the Jackson, Burgess etc families of Clavering.
[mailto:]On Behalf Of Murray Lynn
Sent: Monday, 16 October 2006 1:50 PM
Subject: [Ess] Josselyn / Steward & Patteson
I am replying this way as e-mails to your address are bouncing .
Yes, Peter's site is excellent - thanks for the reminder - I must see
if he has added anything since my last visit.
Are you connected with the Josselins yourself?
I do know quite a lot about the family but it is fairly skeletal in
parts and so I was hoping to find someone who could flesh it out a bit!
Web Site <http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/mlynn/>
> Hallo Murray
> Have you met Peter Joslin's website --
> http://www.peterjoslin.btinternet.co.uk ?
> It deals with all variations of Josselin together with information
> about the Josselin Society and much more.
> Hope you'll find it of interest.
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