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From: "Darryl Wilson" <>
Subject: Re: [YORKSGEN] The mysterious JOHN BROWN>
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 23:48:35 +1100
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From: "Darryl Wilson" <>
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> Sorry,
>
> I must pressed "send" without finishing the email1
>
> Johnv BROWN's 1st 2 children I can find were bpt at @Penistone , St John
> the Baptist.
>
> viz; John bpt 13 Jan, 1793. Father: John BROWN was of Lang't (which I
> presume is Langsett.)
>
> ......Sally/Sarah was bpt at the same Church. Father : John BROWN was of
> Lang..(Which I again I presume is Langsett.)
>
> I have found so many bpts of a John BROWN, I think I'm going nuts. My
> friend says "he of the most common name" I do so agree.
>
> One is b.Silkstone, but in 1858. (Too old for a husbandman)??
>
> Does anyone have an unconnected JOHN BROWN in their tree?
>
> Or is there anyone who could pleas help me find the right man?
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Carolyn. NSW. Australia.
> .....
> Ancestors in Yorkshire? http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/index.html;
> www.ryedalefamilyhistory.org; www.wharfedalefhg.org.uk;
> www.yorkshireparishregisters.com; www.yorkshireroots.org.uk;
>
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