Jennison's of Foston on the Wolds

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Jennison's of Foston on the Wolds

Postby Geejay » Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:33 am

I am seeking any information on Robert Jennison (? - 1801) who married Frances Braderick (1709 - 1753) at Foston on the Wolds, 14 November 1738. They had five children, Robert (1739 - 1821), Frances (1741- ?), Ann (1745 - ?), Thomas ( 1747 -?), and William (1752 - ?) all christened at Foston on the Wolds.

After the death of Frances, Robert married Mary Pinder at Foston on the Wolds, 5 June 1753. They had four children, Henry (1754 - ?), Margaret (1758 - ?), Jane (1762 - ?) and John (1781 - 1831).

Apart from John (1781 - 1831), I have been unable to find any information regarding the other childrens' marriages and deaths apart from where shown, and then no information on burials.

Can anyone help?? the brick wall seems un-ascendable at this point of time. There is a possibility of a link to the Jennison's of Hutton Cranswick but I cannot find it.
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Re: Jennison's of Foston on the Wolds

Postby tremal » Thu Nov 12, 2015 4:11 pm

You would be better off on the Genealogy Section, surnames J -R

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Re: Jennison's of Foston on the Wolds

Postby Geejay » Tue Nov 17, 2015 4:24 am

tremal wrote:You would be better off on the Genealogy Section, surnames J -R

TREMAL

Thank you, I have now posted on Genealogy Section.
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