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Old 19-08-11, 12:20
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I'm not 100% sure of this one but my FMFFF was William Smith born c1787 Hook Norton, Oxfordshire. A kind researcher said that the only candidate for William was a baptism 21 Jan 1787 at Hook Norton, son of Edward and Ann -

if so, my FMFFFF is Edward Smith who married 17th Oct 1779 Hook Norton, Oxon, Ann Randal - two sons baptised there - John in 1781 and William in 1787. Edward was buried at Hook Norton in 1797.
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Old 19-08-11, 13:55
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There is an Oxfordshire Wills Index on British Origins, but you have to be a paying member even to search it so it would be a real waste of money if you just get no matches.
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Old 19-08-11, 16:01
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Thanks - I have a feeling I've searched it before - it's one of those sites I tend to buy a few days sub and sit and go through all my names:-)
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