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Averns at the Malt House in Rowington

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Re: Averns at the Malt House in Rowington

Teresa (View posts)
Posted: 17 Apr 2006 11:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Nick,

Thank you so much for the photos. Your cottage looks to be a good size. Given that when William Avern made his will in 1775 and left so much to so many descendants, I can only assume that he did fairly well. His son Clement who was left the farm and died in 1798 left the farm to his 2nd wife Mary. Clement & his 1st wife were the parents of James who married Mary Ann Burdon (Clement left sons James & Thomas the balance of his estate - I am assuming money) after the funeral expenses and his other bequests to his daughters) James & Mary Ann's daughter Rebecka who married Mark Sturley is where my line continues. From cemetery transcriptions both James [1827]& Mary Ann [1844]are buried at the Rowington cemetery, as are Clement and his 1st wife (both wives were named Mary) although Clement's headstone was partially unreadable when the transcription was done and parish records gave us the rest of the information. I did not find a cemetery record for William & Frances Gardner and do not currently have any dates for their deaths or those of their children.

Thanks again for the photos.
Teresa
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
rowington 31 Mar 2006 8:38PM GMT 
Nick Holmes 7 Apr 2006 9:10AM GMT 
t_fouillard 10 Apr 2006 4:59PM GMT 
nick holmes 10 Apr 2006 8:27PM GMT 
Teresa 11 Apr 2006 12:04AM GMT 
nick holmes 17 Apr 2006 3:23PM GMT 
Nick Holmes 17 Apr 2006 5:04PM GMT 
Teresa 17 Apr 2006 5:32PM GMT 
marjorie902 2 May 2006 9:26AM GMT 
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