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Bettey Snelson

F, #8730, Deceased, b. June 1778

Parents

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  • Birth: Bettey Snelson was born in June 1778.
  • Christening: Bettey was christened on 7 June 1778 in Over Peover, Cheshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:27

Citations

  1. [S998] IGI 1992 - Cheshire

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John Snelson

M, #8731, Deceased

Family

Main Events

  • Marriage: John Snelson and Margret Unknown were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:37

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Margret Unknown

F, #8732, Deceased

Family

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  • Name: Margret Unknown was also known as Margret Snelson.
  • Marriage: Margret Unknown and John Snelson were married in an unknown place.
  • Last Edited: 9 November 2018 08:00:13

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Elizabeth Snelson

F, #8733, Deceased, b. 1696

Parents

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  • Birth: Elizabeth Snelson was born in 1696.
  • Christening: Elizabeth was christened in 1696 in Marton, by Congleton, Cheshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:26

Citations

  1. [S998] IGI 1992 - Cheshire

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Susan Snelson

F, #8744, Deceased, b. before 1732

Family

Family: Samuel Long (b. before 1732)

Main Events

  • Name: Susan Snelson was also known as Susan Long.
  • Birth: She was born before 1732.
  • Marriage: Susan Snelson and Samuel Long were married in 1789 in the local parish church, March, Cambridgeshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:19

Citations

  1. [S1007] Letter from Isobel Butler dated 15 December 1993, Source Element: R3-8743

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Samuel Long

M, #8745, Deceased, b. before 1732

Family

Family: Susan Snelson (b. before 1732)

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  • Birth: Samuel Long was born before 1732.
  • Marriage: Samuel Long and Susan Snelson were married in 1789 in the local parish church, March, Cambridgeshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:20

Citations

  1. [S1007] Letter from Isobel Butler dated 15 December 1993, Source Element: R3-8743

Biography

Elizabeth Snelson

F, #8746, Deceased, b. before 1781

Family

Family: William Tibbitt (b. before 1781)

Main Events

  • Name: Elizabeth Snelson was also known as Elizabeth Tibbitt.
  • Birth: She was born before 1781.
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Snelson and William Tibbitt were married in 1801 in the local parish church, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:26

Citations

  1. [S1007] Letter from Isobel Butler dated 15 December 1993, Source Element: R3-8743

Biography

William Tibbitt

M, #8747, Deceased, b. before 1781

Family

Family: Elizabeth Snelson (b. before 1781)

Main Events

  • Birth: William Tibbitt was born before 1781.
  • Marriage: William Tibbitt and Elizabeth Snelson were married in 1801 in the local parish church, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire.1
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:18

Citations

  1. [S1007] Letter from Isobel Butler dated 15 December 1993, Source Element: R3-8743

Biography

George Charles Abbott1

M, #8749, Deceased, b. about 1854, d. after 1901

Parents

Family

Family: Susan Stanbridge (b. about 1854)

Main Events

  • Biography: Person Source [:CR:].
  • Birth: George Charles Abbott was born about 1854 in Pulloxhill.
  • Marriage: George Charles Abbott and Susan Stanbridge were married about 1875 in Ampthill.
  • Occupation: He was a baker in Dunstable Street, Ampthill, in 1898.
  • Death: He died after 1901.
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:25

Citations

  1. [S1008] Letter from Richard James Snelson dated 6 December 1993

Biography

Alice Snelson

F, #8750, Deceased, b. about 1782

Parents

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  • Birth: Alice Snelson was born about 1782 in a workhouse, the Parish of St. Edward, Cambridge, This female bastard was the centre of a major issue regarding the overseers and churchwardens of two parishes - St. Mary's and St. Edward's. To the best of my ability, this is how I have interpreted the confrontation.

    Sarah was a single woman. She was or had been domeciled in St. Edward's parish.

    By order of the Cambridge town justices of the peace on 6 January 1782, Sarah was removed from St. Mary's and returned to St. Edwards parish.

    An appeal was lodged at the Quarter Sessions by the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of St. Edward's against the removal to their parish.

    Pending the appeal, Sarah gave birth in the workhouse in St. Edward's parish to daughter Alice - father unknown.

    The churchwarden and overseers of the poor for the parish of St. Mary's moved at the Quarter Sessions to have the original removal order quashed.

    There was then a complaint by the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of St. Edward's that baby Alice was residing in their parish without legal settelment there, there being no certificate owning her to be settled elsewhere.

    They complained that Alice was now chargeable to St. Edward's.

    The JPs judged that lawful settlement of Alice should be in the parish of St. Mary's. So they ordered the mob from St. Edward's to "convey the said female bastard child of Sarah Snelson ... from out of ... St. Edward's .. to St. Mary's ... whereby they likewise ( i.e. the authorities of St. Mary's ) are required to recieve ... Alice Snelson... and provide for her as their own parishoner".

    Dated 1st May 1782.
  • Last Edited: 6 July 2021 12:41:28

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