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William REDING
I am looking for information about William REDING 1743-1788 my 4x ggf, in particular how he came to be a Linen and Woollen Draper in Andover having been born in Hursley. Possibly he had an apprenticeship, but with who? Any suggestions or information will be greatly appreciated.


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Andover, Hampshire

 



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Lawrence Daniell. I am researching both sides of my family tree with particular interest, at the moment, in my Mothers side (REDING) as her 18th and 19th century ancestors came from Hampshire and are local. Other Hampshire names of interest are CANNON, GLASPOOL (including variations), MOSS, MOORE especially in the Andover, Winchester area. I have traced my Fathers side (DANIELL) to William Daniell who married Charlotte Bishop in Lambeth in 1827. I found this on the IGI and know nothing else about them(yet!) Any help with either side would be greatly appreciated.



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