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Emptage of Margate and Walk of Ramsgate
My great grandfather was Henry Thomas Emptage of Margate. He married Martha Walk of Ramsgate in Thanet in 1880. They had several children before separating. It is possible that his brother, William John Emptage was the father of one of those children, Avis Mary. Henry Thomas set up home in London with Malberry Jane Wilson of Petham, Bridge. She took his name and they had five children. I'd like to contact any one who can throw light on this tangled web.

Susan


Posted Revised Aug 2012
Margate, Kent

 



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I am researching the Jefferies / Jefferys family who were farmers in Wiltshire. My earliest records have them in Siderow, Bremhill and Naish (Nash) House, Spirthill, Bremhill. By marriage with the Stiles they also farmed at Spilman's Farm Hilmarton. Other farms included Newmead, Church and Perry Farms at Maiden Bradley, Rye Farm at Hill Deverill, Wernhams Farm at Clench Common (aka parish of North Savernake), Tockenham Court Farm at Lyneham, a farm at Shaw and one at Dauntsey. Besides Amie and Edward Stiles, the Jefferies/Jefferys also married Elizabeth Tuck, Elizabeth Harding, Stephen Dark, Mary Bewley, Jane Miller, Mary King, Elizabeth Haines and Aileen Wyer (Egan-Wyer). Contact with any descendants of these would be great.



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