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From: John Lewis <>
Subject: Re: [King] Patience HISCOCK
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2005 22:34:52 +0000
On Mon, 19 Dec 2005 22:12:03 -0000
"Dorothy Jones" <> wrote:
> Have you seen http://startx.co.uk:2317/Kingsclere and the database
> forum of 1 April 2005, when I posted this information:
> 'Having a nostalgic scan of the Kingsclere 1841 Census with the
> benefit of 16 years research since I last ventured into this very
> faint reel at HRO, I came across dear old Jeremiah HEDGECOCK 70 and
> Sarah 65, both born in County, nestling 'near Wolverton Common'. In
> the vicinity were a bunch of other Hedgecocks with their respective
> As a result, John Lewis 'divorced' some of their issue [I think
> born Tadley?] from the tree of Jeremiah HISCOCK of All Cannings,
> Wilts, as they do not appear to have been linked. I'm not sure
> where John has lodged the branch of those born Tadley.
They are still there but as a separate twig
I do wonder if these 'Baughurst' Hiscocks were actually from Tadley
as there were very few Hiscock entries in the Bishops Transcripts.
Tomorrow I will check they aren't in my database and enter them if
I haven't done them as yet.
The two Jeremiah's I already have don't match the sort of age I'd
expect Charlotte's dad to have been.
The Jeremiah from Tadley was having children from 1802-1819 and to
expect him to go on having children to 1828 is unlikely - unless he
married again :-) The other Jeremiah was from the All Cannings branch
and much too old.
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