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From: "Lionel Benstead" <>
Subject: Re: GREENACRE
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2002 15:57:41 +1100
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Hi Brenda.

Well there certainly looks as though your John GREENACRES c 26 September
1754 in Wells next the Sea could be my John GREENACRE.

John GREENACKERS m Sarah KIRK on 2 Sept 1774 at Ingoldisthorpe. These days
that is not far from Wells Next the Sea. The age seems about right for a
marriage and there were children Christened as John and Sarah GREENACRE at

So its fair to ignore the difference of GREENACRES, GREENACKERS and
GREENACRE spelling BUT how do we make the connection? Have you found any
other marriages that would fit John? Have you found any other evidence to
connect the two. Perhaps there are banns to look at that can give us a clue
of what parish John came from.

Love to hear what you think

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