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From: "Guy & Karen Bullen" <>
Subject: Re: [ZA-IB] TUCKER
Date: Mon, 5 May 2003 16:12:13 +1200
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Hmm, you do come up with some interesting puzzles
I don't at this stage have a lot of Cawood info, but did have an offer of
some which I have not had time to take up yet. But one question.
If Mary Smith died 21 Jan surely she would have been buried sooner than 23
Jun? So the question is whether both are Jan or both Jun. Afraid I had no
I have death 2 Jan, but guess that a 1 could have been left off, or else a
2/ was taken as a 21 in your info. Does anyone have reliable documentation
on the death date?
For David Cawood,
If we can get a DN perhaps it will be one of those kind ones which says xxx
years yyy months and zzz days old. Anyone have such a marvellous item?
Thanks for the info on the Cradock/Tarkastad issue.
> 1. David CAWOOD, b. 9 Aug 1775, Keightly, Yorkshire, England.
> He married Mary SMITH , married 9 Apr 1798, in Bingley, Yorkshire,
> She was born 3 Mar 1776, Bingley, Yorkshire, England, d. 21 Jan 1822,
> Trappe's Valley, Albany, CP., buried: 23 Jun 1822, Shaw Park Methodist
> David died 2 Mar 1832, Kaffir Drift, Lower Albany, buried: 4 Mar 1832,
> Park Methodist Church.
> Will double-check with him where he got this info - it is possible that
> Apr turned into an Aug, I guess,