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From: william simcock <>
Subject: Re: [STAFFORDSHIRE] Simcock
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2007 12:14:29 +0000 (GMT)
Thanks for your message, Norm. The furthest back Simcock ancestor I have is Joseph Simcock, whom I only know from his son Peter's marriage certificate. Peter was born in Leek in 1836 according to Census information - I suppose his father could have come from Horton.
Unfortunately from a research point of view, I no longer live in Staffordshire, so I don't think I'll be able to follow that line back any further unless I make a special trip to the County archives, or until the relevant Parish records become available on line.
Anyway, thanks for sharing your findings.
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From: Norm Simcock <>
To: william simcock <>
Sent: Wednesday, 29 August, 2007 9:26:04 AM
Subject: Re: [STAFFORDSHIRE] 1901 Census lookup, Stephen Trow
Had to say G'day to a namesake. I have my tree back into Caverswall, Staffs and the to Horton. Don't have you in it thought.
Does your tree go that way at all?
From: william simcock
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 5:41 PM
Subject: [STAFFORDSHIRE] 1901 Census lookup, Stephen Trow
The only good match I have is: Stephen Trow, aged 23, living as a servant (agricultural labourer) at a farm called Grove, Forden, Montgomeryshire. He was born Llandysil, Montgomeryshire.
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