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apparently an estimate based on age 70 ("in her 71st year") at death  +
Born Chandrashekhar Agashe II; named after great grandfather  +
Fahim Ahmed is from Comilla.He was born on 11 April 2002. His paternal family is a prestigious Muslim family in the city, with ancestry in Comilla. His maternal family also belongs to Comulla. He is the only child of his parents.  +
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118119465/ruth-a_-macmichael says 1888  +
he was born "Albert Denison Conyngham"  +
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Plymouth Colony was a territory of the Kingdom of England.  +
Probably [[Harwich, Essex]].  +
Wikipedia says "ca. 1626 or 1627"  +
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his birth may not have been registered. Some sources give "22 July 1856" for his date of birth. However he is not the "John Thomas Allen" who was born 5 April 1852.  +
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Date may be wrong if newspaper obituary was correct in saying he was 55.  +
Date may be wrong if newspaper obituary was correct in saying he was 55.  +
Birth probably Allegheny County, PA.  +
Probably Pittsburgh  +
Estimated.  +
Wikipedia says "There are at least two villages in Denmark named Linaa or Linå.". More checking needed in da.wikipedia!  +
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or 25 Aug 1730 ?  +
or "circa 1811" or "circa 1812"  +
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Website says "1758/9"; Britain was on New Style from 1752.  +
Geni.com says he was born in Waitara, which is east of urban New Plymouth, whereas Inglewood is south.  +
The Cyclopedia of New Zealand said he was born in Manchester. Maybe the reporter misheard.  +
Probably north-east Cheshire. His father was Mayor of [[Altrincham]].  +
Date in page name is mere estimate from marriage date. Parents' dates similar extrapolation.  +
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''Daily Mail'' says "January 1".  +
King George VI's birth date?  +
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It is not stated where he was born, or who his parents were. There was an [https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JS7T-PHH Edwin Edward Ashdown] christened 28 Aug 1831 in Brookland, Kent, England and an [https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N18J-F59 Edward Ashdown] christened in 14 Aug 1836 Hythe, Kent, England.  +
''Burke's Peerage'' apparently list her date-of-birth as 1855, leading to some confusion  +
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Another (?) Margaret Auchincloss was born 25 Apr 1744 at Abbey Paisley, then in Renfrewshire - parents Robert Auchincloss and Isabel Mcewn - http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=r_692953928.  +
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Birth registered as Maria Bacon.  +
Born as Mari Anne Bacon.  +
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some researchers say "born Either, North Carolina, United States", which is presumably short for "born either in North Carolina or in somewhere else"  +
Franklin or Union County, Indiana  +
Born: 25 June /1878 or 1880  +
she was born at sea aboard the ''Strathfieldsaye''  +
this is presumably an estimate based on age at death  +
Adoptive father, from 1954: [[Raymond Alfred Baker (1925)]]  +
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year is also given as 1661  +
1744 old style  +
some sources give her birthday as 22 July 1709  +
Month and year from the 1900 US census; town inferred from that being his residence in the 1850 census.  +
The area was "Massachusetts Colony" at the time.  +
Probably Netherlands  +
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Wikipedia.en says he was born 18 January 1777  +
Birth registered as Emily Ada A Bacon, father unnamed.  +
We have no definite info at present about his year of birth! When someone gets a much better estimate and/or a middle name, the article can be moved, not duplicated.  +
BMD Index, Romford Jun Qtr 1841 Ref. 12.200.  +
born in [[Scotland]]?  +
Barbara Adriana Barrionuevo was born on March 4,1976 Mother Carmen Barrionuevo Born July16,1951 at Birth and Father Jorje Gustavo Barrionuevo born November 2,1940. These are the original parents of Barbara Adriana Barrionuevo at birth. At age 18 Barbara had her first child named Luis Adrian Aguiar and at age 19 her second child Angel Luis Aguiar.  +
Lithuania or Poland? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lithuania-1867-1914-EN.svg may give a clue - part of the Russian Empire administered from a Polish city for several decades, including his birth year.  +
born at sea on the ''Jefferson''  +
V18031675 1A/1803 / BATES LYDIA / THOMAS / ANN <- birth registration number <new note> V1804973 4 /1804 / BATES LYDIA / THOMAS / ANN <- baptism registration number <new note>Years above are incorrect - birth registration says born in 1806.  +
the source for this date is not clear - several others are also suggested  +
Wikipedia says "September 1617", thepeerage says "11 September 1617"  +
Probably England <new note>In Dr Chas Banks Topographical Dictionary of 2558 emigrants to England 1620-50, under Hampshire Subsidies1621-28 there is a reference on p189 to Augustin Beare of Longstoak, Hampshire, England  +
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Marriage license gives birth date as 20 November 1886  +
her birthday is also given as 31 Jul 1801  +
The Channel Islands are not part of the United Kingdom.  +
headstone says "1761"  +
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because his birth was registered in the next year, some researchers claim that he was born 21 Dec ''1888'' and christened 15 Jan ''1889''  +
Probably Oxfordshire or Berkshire  +
Locality uncertain, but her siblings were born there.  +
Estimated based on wife's age.  +
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his birth year is also given as ca. 1756, 1757 and 1758, and birth place as Sussex  +
Sindh was then part of British India.  +
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Notes on the source for John's birth information, as well as ancestor information: Please be aware that the LDS records where his birth and ancestor information was originally obtained were not, and still are not, ever required to be verified upon submission to the church. While some of the data obtained via LDS records is substantially verified, much of it is not. This particular record, to my knowledge, does not list original sources.  +
1715 Old Style.  +
Given by Ancestry.com  +
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other sources say Albury, New South Wales, Australia  +
probably India  +
Wikipedia says her mother was her father's mistress, Grace Phillips. [http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=williams146&id=I208410 One genealogical researcher] says her mother was her father's wife, Catherine Mahoney.  +
"Ruth, d. of Samuel, Dec. 28, 1656." (<<citation^^title=[[Woburn Records]], Part I^^page=22>>)  +
[[Sewall, 1885]], p. 593.  +
Born above the shop. It was then in St Pancras, Middlesex.  +
Knockholt was in London for part of the 20th century but is now back in Kent.  +
Bromley was then in Kent.  +
(Presumably UK, as his younger swiblings were, and as his parents were married on 7 November 1797 in the Parish Church, Thurnham, Kent)  +
Was in Kent then.  +
date from (suspiciously round) age of 60 on death  +
presumably born in [[England]]  +
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Probably Germany.  +
Year 1675 Old Style.  +
Or, 8-october-1745  +
FamilySearch says he was christened in 1782  +
the fact that his birth was ''registered'' in 1873 has misled some researchers into claiming that he was born at the end of that year  +
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Boorde  +
Source now says "1880".  +
illegitimately, but later found to be legitimate under Scottish law  +
some sources claim that he was born in 1886  +
Born in 1950s.  +
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note that Geneanet seems to have skipped a generation  +
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various sources claim that he was born in 1800  +
1841 census says he was not born in Essex.  +
other sources favour [[Wagga Wagga]]  +
His birthday has also been given as 23 Dec 1824  +
Estimated.  +
Greenwich was then still in Kent.  +
Born "before August 1". Wimbledon was then in Surrey.  +
"1890" is a guess. Her grandparents were in [[Kenosha County, Wisconsin]] in 1860.  +
see https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XXD4-RHV, which gives a birthplace as "Muskingum, Ohio". However, that is ambiguous between [[Muskingum County, Ohio]], [[Muskingum Township, Muskingum County, Ohio]] and [[Muskingum Township, Washington County, Ohio]].  +
Her parents Jeremiah Brett & Martha Pennington married on 4 February 1796 at Saint James Dukes Place, London, England.  +
There is some doubt whether the man born at Cambridge was Elizabeth's husband.  +
Estimated.  +
St Mary the Virgin Church  +
Marriage register in the Canonical Book of the Parish of St. John the Baptist in Banate, Iloilo, Philippines (dated 7 January 1923) showing the records of matrimony of Josefina Madrid (daughter of Marcelo Madrid and Maria Balderas) and Francisco Brillantes (son of [[Aquilino Brillantes]] and [[Francisca Pelagio y Villaruel]]. Francisco Brillantes and Josefina Madrid are the parents of Eduardo Madrid Brillantes; Marriage certificate of Eduardo Brillantes and Maja Bañas.  +
the sources say "Finchfield, Essex", which seem to be an error  +
Ogrodzona, Gmina Dębowiec, Cieszyn County, Silesian Voivodeship, Southern Poland. (Within the Austro-Hungarian Empire (Austria-Hungary) from 1867 to 1918).  +
Birthplace not certain.  +
parents William and Elizabeth  +
Birth year disputed. Chose 1774 over 1760 because it is far more believable.  +
Dolná Krupá, Trnava District, Trnava region, Slovakia  +
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Born on the family farm in Atlas Township (Washburn & Maple Roads)  +
Quite likely Devon, where her sister Sophia was born in 1863 (Stoke Damerel).  +
Birth year deduced from Obit statement that she was 95 at death.  +
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Estimated based on wife's age.  +
There is no known proof that Charles James Bullivant was born on 25 February 1798  +
There is a likely christening 26 SEP 1824 in Stevington, Bedford, England, and an arrival in New South Wales of "BUNKER Ephraim", 23 on the ''Elizabeth'' in 1845  +
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[[Elkridge, Maryland]] is now in [[Howard County, Maryland]] (Howard County was founding in 1838)  +
Kittybrewster says "Born c. 1608?".  +
there is also a vote for 1713  +
James was old enough to take up his father's duties on this death  +
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Wikipedia says "1559", citing ''Oxford Dictionary of National Biography''. Other sources cite ''Burke's Peerage''  +
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his death notice says he was 47 years, his burial record 45 years. Presumably the reference to "Aldbro', Suffolk, England" is to his birth place  +
"new-style" date?  +
This is the most likely family for him to have been born into: 1881 census (courtesy findmypast.co.uk - including est birth years 1856-60) could be this, except that St Erth is some way from Launceston): Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation/Disability Where Born CADDY, William Head Married M 62 1819 Retired Miner St Hilary Cornwall CADDY, Eliza Wife Married F 60 1821 Marazion Cornwall CADDY, Eliza Daughter Single F 37 1844 Domestic Serv (General) St Hilary Cornwall CADDY, William J Son Single M 22 1859 Ag Lab St Erth Cornwall CADDY, Amelia Daughter Single F 17 1864 Copper Miner St Erth Cornwall CADDY, Margaret A Daughter Single F 14 1867 Copper Miner St Erth Cornwall RICHARDS, Frederick Visitor Single M 5 1876 Scholar Penzance Cornwall RG number:RG11; Piece:2340; Folio:9; Page:12 Registration District:Penzance; Sub District:Uny-Lelant; EnumerationDistrict: - Ecclesiastical Parish: - ; Civil Parish:St Erth; Municipal Borough: --- ; Address:Treganhorne, St Erth; County:Cornwall The only other 22-year-old William was a tin miner (like his father and 14-year-old brother) born and still living in Wendron: Piece:2321; Folio:50; Page:10; Registration District:Helston; Sub District:Wendron  +
Jan Feb Mar 1881 (before the census)  +
death certificate says "born South Australia"  +
Date of birth on Christening record  +
February or late January 1628 Old Style.  +
Duff Genealogy says "Ian Donald Cameron. Born London 1932. Married Mary Fleur Mount (born 22 October 1934)". (Possibly confusing with son David's birthplace?)  +
No record in NZBDM. Several siblings were born in NZ's [[North Island]].  +
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his mother gave birth to four kids in a four year marriage, and Dougal seems to have been the oldest child  +
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Geni has her born c1547 in Kenmore, Perthshire. The date has been queried; it may turn out that the birthplace and old date belong to another Jean.  +
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English Wikipedia says "born 1295", while the French says "vers 1294"  +
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[[Special:Contributions/118.209.253.246|Anonymous contributor]] says "Born: at Dublin Ireland C 1832", her obituary says "born in the North of Ireland"  +
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Medieval Lands puts birth in range Sep 773 to Jun 774 "during the siege of Pavia".  +
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Several sites say he was born in 742 but recent writers tend towards 747.  +
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Several publications say he was born in 777: thePeerage.com, Ton Deunhouwer, Genealogics, [[Medieval Lands]]  +
French Wikipedia - http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlemagne - says "790".  +
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Earlier edits said he was born in England. It appears that his son Thomas migrated to England or was born there and was later transported as a convict. Alternatively, the convict Thomas was not the son of the American Archealus.  +
General estimate.  +
[https://familysearch.org/search/tree/results?count=20&query=%2Bafn%3A9ZZJ-ZH Familysearch] says "birth: 1 February 1775 Of North Castle, Westchester, New York"  +
(Check county name)  +
or maybe at Talunga, South Australia  +
(Isn't Galloway part of [[Dumfries and Galloway]]?)  +
one source says [[Wallington, Hertfordshire]]  +
No birth certificate found. Mother's name unknown.  +
ancestry.com (''op. cit.'') says "Born in Purlew Station, Balala, New South Wales"  +
Born in St. Anna?  +
other researchers say "Aug 1811" or "1812"  +
his death registration says "died aged 65", which leads to the estimate of 1803 for year of birth. However he claims to have been 45 in 1854 when he arrived in Australia, so it seems more likely that he was born in the year in which he was baptised.  +
Ancestral File says "b c. 1624", which seems too late  +
Belgravia was in Middlesex.  +
(presumably a "new-style" date)  +
sources say born "St Giles" but that sounds like the christening church. 1774 and 1776 are also quoted for year of birth  +
his birth place on the immigration records has been read (with difficulty) as "Crooktown", but this doesn't seem to exist  +
Sutton was then in Surrey.  +
Interpolation between known dates  +
his World War II enlistment says "17 Mar 1901", and other entries at FamilySearch give his birth date as "17 Mar 1900"  +
Estimated on basis of birth dates of parents  +
Ivy May's mother, Sarah Lydia Jane Clark (1882-1943) left her with her grandmother, Tamar Jane Clark nee Rose (1865-1923) and Thomas James Clark (?-1902). As a child, Ivy used the surname of Clark. Tamar Jane Clark nee Rose raised Ivy May Clark with Alfred Everest (1875-1939).  +
"born 02/12/1983" - ambiguous, but the context shows that it was almost certainly December  +
Possibly in Horsmonden, where he was baptised.  +
https://archive.org/details/visitationsofbed00harv/page/18/mode/2up  +
https://archive.org/details/visitationsofbed19blay/page/18/mode/2up https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cockayne-27  +
It was in "Plymouth Colony" at the time.  +
Source 1 includes both birth and death dates.  +
this date from Wikipedia, which gives no supporting citation ''(naughty, naughty)''  +
Quarter 1; probably in or near Murton, where members of the family were miners, as had been their ancestors in Cornwall and just across the border in Devon  +
Probably Cornwall  +
Cricklewood was then in Middlesex.  +
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Find-A-Grave says he was born in 1803, with a photograph of a gravestone which says he was born in 1806. Many researchers follow this date. However his christening in early 1806 suggests (''but does not prove'') that he was born in 1805, as asserted by some researchers.  +
Dr.William M. Harrison attended.  +
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One source has published exact date.  +
Born at No 23 Colville Place, near Tottenham Court Road.  +
[[NZBDM|New Zealand Births, Deaths & Marriages Online]]: https://bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/search 1897/794 Cooper Herbert Asmund Elizabeth Herbert Asmund  +
Paremata Pa was elsewhere described as being where Ngatitoa Domain (later the site of the Parramatta Barracks) is now. That's near but not not at Plimmerton, where the Taupo Pa was.  +
Geni.com detail was significantly updated very soon after this article was published, but with no ""Sources" noted. More documentation is desirable. *The Te Papa blog has this relevant section: "the whaler James Cootes (also known as Reweti Kuti), ... left for Picton to continue whaling sometime during the early 1830’s. On his return to Kapiti he formed relationships with two cousins, Waitaoro Te Kanawa and Wharekiri, from whom the Cootes and Reweti-Cootes families descend."  +
Date probably between 1854 and 1868; more investigation needed  +
Probably the last quarter of the year.  +
Not Irish. His father was stationed in Dublin with the British army.  +
birthday also given as 27 Feb 1800  +
Obituary disagrees about locality and year.  +
registered as Arthur Williams  +
Reasonable guess about location, date guesstimate  +
Departing from older sources because he was the heir and therefore the first surviving son, while his brother, the celebrated Thomas of Jordanhill, was described as the 6th son born in 1527. "1518" may be too early.  +
Probably about 1600, interpolating 20-year intervals from Malcolm (1558-) to the first of Sir John's children (c1640).  +
thePeerage.com says "c1551", citing "Vern Taylor, online htp://www.rootsweb.com, Vern Taylor (Rootsweb FamilyConnect), downloaded 12 December 2008"  +
born in Bedford County, Virginia or NC  +
Inconsistency. 1880 census has a Robert aged 1 in the family.  +
Geni.com gives a definite year. Other sites give an approximation or nothing.  +
Sources vary regarding his birth year.  +
sources list her birthday as both the 7th and the 9th  +
Find-A-Grave claims that he was born in 1844. The other sources say 1843  +
both "27 Dec 1772" and "29 Dec 1773" are given for his birth date in various sources. We follow Wikipedia here.  +
Birth year is a guesstimate.  +
Locality (and therefore modern county) unknown.  +
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Appears with family in the 1871 and 1881 census at Stroud.  +
"Asten, Staffordshire": not found  +
Location may then have been described as "Deinste, Bargstedt, Hannover, Prussia", but [[Bargstedt]] is now a separate town.  +
Probably not in New Zealand  +
Geni unhelpfully says "estimated between 1877 and 1915".  +
Birth registration: Free BMD  +
County was then "Christian County".  +
Birth registration: Free BMD  +
Probably born in County Antrim  +
"She was probably born in Hainaut in 1349 or 1350"  +
A birth in Michigan in 1876 should surely have some documentation whence her parentage could be obtained; but WARGS has no parentage for Mary or John.  +
he was born "Albert Denison Conyngham"  +
1930s census confirms WA state birth, that father was born in New York, and Mother in Nebraska.  +
Various sources give 1651 and c1662.  +
Estimated.  +
Her birth was not registered. Her date of birth has been retained by her descendants.  +
Unlike her twin brother William Minn Digby, her birth was not registered  +
Birth registered as Cecilia Digby, daughter of Jane Digby  +
Her mother went by the name of Jane Digby. She named the father as Thomas Digby. Her mother said that she had previous living issue of 5 girls and 1 boy.  +
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on this date, Ipswich was still in [[New South Wales]]  +
Not yet sure which of the several Middletown, PA's this is.  +
Doane says birth year was either 1792 or 1794  +
Somewhere in British India, which could be Pakistan or Bangladesh.  +
Barren Island was in Suffolk County in 1690.  +
Birth year a fairly arbitrary estimate based on son's 1815 birth year. <new note>  +
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or Schoharie, New York ?  +
Douglashistory.co says "c. 1525".  +
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FamilySearch says born in "Boulogne, France", which is ambiguous  +
Mary Ann Drane born to the day exactly 2 years after her elder brother John. They share a birthday.  +
Wikipedia says: ''His date of birth is given as 1690 but there is some doubt on this point, as his 'younger' brother Andrew was born in 1688.''  +
this is the most likely date  +
Birth probably around 1335 - 1340.  +
Duff Genealogy says "Born betw Sept - Nov 1697"  +
"kittybrewster.com" said that she was born in Macao. The christening in England was three years later.  +
query place name  +
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Early writers seem not to have noted the place or exact date of his birth.  +
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Presumably born in England about 20 years before his wedding.  +
"new-style" date? : others researchers give both "3 Dec 1664" and "3 Jan 1664"  +
"new-style" date? : also given as "3 Jan 1664"  +
Her twin brother is Sir Lord Peter Dutton, b. 1425.  +
Or Remiremont, Lorraine - http://www.gencircles.com/users/shelea32/3/data/106339  +
He was born in the Hadeland district of the Auslandet region in Oppland county, Norway.  +
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some researchers claim that he was born in that date in 1856. Since the source is a christening record, there seems to be no way to check it on-line  +
the sources listed claim that he was born 8 Jan 1880 or 8 Sep 1880, place unkown  +
Town also known as "East Dereham".  +
Is that Greater London now?  +
Wandsworth was then in [[Surrey]].  +
MyHeritage.com said she was born at Colwich, Staffs.  +
The first of three out-of-wedlock children of his mother. Wootton was in Berkshire until 1974. There is another Wootton in West Oxfordshire.  +
some sources (e.g [[wikipedia:de:Alice Keppel|Wikipedia.de]]) say "b 14 October 1869"  +
genealogics says "born 31 Dec 1835"  +
thepeerage.com says: "b. between 1704 and 1709"  +
Ancestral File estimates 1604  +
*Birth year is a total guess based on the year of birth of his wife.   +
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Internet sources give her date of birth variously as: * ca 1608 * 26 Sep 1608 * 26 Sep 1618 * 26 Sep 1625 * 26 Sep 1628 * 26 Sep 1678 The "born 1678" file (AFN: FXH8-QS) says she was married in 1640; but it gives two options for her mother's surname: #[[Ann Sutton (c1582-c1686)]] (AFN:FXH8-S5) (with ancestry stated by [[Marianne Dillow]] to go to [[Henry II, King of England]]) - married to Richard Eltonhead (AFN: FXH8-R0) [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=11299764&lds=0&frompage=0 Individual record] [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/pedigree_view.asp?recid=11299764&familyid=4488996&frompage=0 Extensive pedigree, probably including a line to Edward I as discussed] #[[Ann Massey (c1615-?)]] (AFN:140F-HSM) - married to Richard Eltonhead (AFN: 140F-HV2) [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=27552174&lds=0&frompage=0 Individual record] (no parentage shown for either of them) The "born 1628" (at [[Eltonhead, Lancashire]]) file (AFN: Z5J4-5D) gives her the two marriages followed by death in [[Virginia]] after 1652. No mother shown; father Richard Eltonhead (AFN: 1RR2-QZ2) [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=43553489&lds=0&frompage=0 Individual record] (no parentage shown) The "born about 1608" file (AFN: NBX1-P1) gives her Ann Sutton as mother and the same father as for the "born 1678" file abovementioned. [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/family_group_record.asp?familyid=4488996&frompage=0 Their family group record]] shows that many siblings followed her: *the ninth being Richard, b c1626, "Of [[Eltonhead, Lancashire]]" *next being (the second) Alice, b 1627 "Of, Glochester, , Va", who died c1685 in [[Middlesex County, Virginia]], the first on the list for whom any death place or date is shown *finally there is the second Martha, born 26 September 1678 in Lancashire.  +
Eltonhead is now in [[St Helens, Merseyside]]. There is no Wikipedia page for it.  +
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Wikipedia (her page) says born "c. 1180 ''citation needed''", while [[Kings of Sweden family tree]] says "1190"  +
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"18/19 Jan 1367" [FMG]  +
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"Andrew, s of Nathaniel and Abigail, Jan. 26, 1708/9." ([[Corey, 1903]], p. 26). <new note>Father's residence (and presumably Andrew's birth place) described as "that part of Malden later annexed to Reading" ([[Bartlett, 1904]], p. 83).  +
"Elizabeth, d. of Andrew and Mary, Jan. 6 1732." (<<citation^^title=[[Woburn Records]], Part I^^page=87>>)  +
Birth date not recorded. [[Bartlett, 1904]] says "in Boston as early as 1643" (p. 83)  +
[[Bartlett, 1904]], p. 83, doesn't give the birthplace. He doesn't appear in Malden births ([[Corey, 1903]]).  +
other sources claim he was born in 1791 or 1792  +
1869/22345 Eves Sarah Gifford Caroline George  +
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Ancestral File says born "c. 1504", thepeerage.com says "b. 1496", another source (WARGS?) says "c. 1499"  +
Wikipedia.en is confident about this date!  +
Source says "BEF 09 MAR 1824. Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, England. As noted on the 1841 census, Litton was a hamlet and part of Tideswell.  +
She was born at 100 St. Saviours Road, and enjoyed revisiting the area using Google maps in the 2010s.  +
Year from 1900 census; location (given as "Near Montreal" from Peggy King. There might be a birth record in the Drouin Collection.  +
I believe that this date is wrong. He was probably born about 10 years later - Will Shade  +
the original says "[[Bolton, Cumbria|Bolton]]", "[[Sebergham]]", which seem to be two different parishes  +
Probably born in England (father was proprietor of Gloucester in 1641; [[Bartlett, 1904]], p. 83).  +
Presumably born in England  +
she appears to have claimed to be born on this date in 1871 and in 1872 on passport applications (see familysearch). We follow findagrave  +
Estimated based on son's age.  +
Birth year estimated based on wife's age. <new note> Most likely born in Bardsey or Collingham in Yorkshire, where his father was a clergyman until moving to Lincolnshire in 1679. <new note> No baptism record has been located for John or his sister Mary.  +
Birth About 1725 - 1730. Philip was most likely a Palatine from Germany, since he resided where the Palatines settled in the Mohawk Valley and the name "Fetterly" is a form of the German surname "Vetter" and means "little cousin". His parentage is unknown. He may have been a brother of Johannes Vetterly/Fetterly who lived in the German Flats area. Possible fathers: Hans Jacob Fetterly, arrived at Philadelphia in 1743 or Johannes Fetterly (b. about 1695), indentured servant who ran away from John Naglee of Philadelphia in 1729/1730. Johannes the run away is mentioned in Ben Franklin's Pennsylvania Gazette. The notice also mentions that he served in the "emperor's troops". Family legend has it that we were descended from a Hessian soldier. Could Philip Fetterly or his father have been Hessian soldiers? All of this information is speculation and has not been proven. Occupation Philip was a farmer. Military Service Philip Fetterly is listed as serving in a 1767 pre-colonial militia of Albany, NY, in "NY Colonial Muster Rolls, 1764-1775, Vol. II". His name is spelled as "Philip Fatterlie". It is also possible that Philip served alongside his oldest son, Philip Jr., in the Revolutionary War. Both Philips are listed in the Albany area muster rolls found in "New York in the Revolution as Colony and State". Philip's son, Peter Fetterly, United Empire Loyalist, had his farm confiscated for being on the Torie side in the Revolution. Peter Fetterly is not listed in the will of his father, Philip Fetterly, probably because he fought on the English side. Philip's grandson (Peter's son), George Fetterly, fought on the English/Canadian side in the War of 1812. Many of the Fetterlys in Ontario are descended from Peter Fetterly, UEL. Marriage & Children Philip married Anna Margaretha Schumann/Schumacher (aka Margarita Schoein) (1730-1793) between 1750 and 1763. Anna Margaretha's parentage is unknown, although there were a large number of Shoemaker/Schumacher and some Shoe families in the area at the time. There exists a Schoharie Reformed Church record listing a Philip Feller m. Margarita Schoein in 1763. It should be noted that a Philip Feller family was also in this area at the time, so this record may be his marriage information. This latter record can be found at http://www.bettyfink.com. Another piece of information located that *might* be this couple can be found in records from the Augustus Evangelical Lutheran Church of Trappe, PA, aka "The Organ Church", founded about 1740-1750. This record is also in "Marriages and Deaths Of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1685-1800," by Charlotte Meldrum, Paperback, ISBN-13: 9781585490653. The text reads: "Fetter, Johan Philip and Schumannin, Anna Margretha, md. February 19, 1750, in Vincent Township, Chester county." Pennsylvania is where the Nickel Vetters family settled originally before moving to NY - they are the family of another Mohawk Valley torie - Lucas Vatter/Vetter (information on this family can be searched at www.familysearch.org). This all needs further investigation. Their children were as follows: Philip Fetterly Jr. (may have fought with his father Philip on American side in Rev. War.) Peter Fetterly (He was a Loyalist and served the English Crown during the Revolution. Peter was in The King's Royal Regiment of NY and Butler's Rangers in Peter Ten Broeck's company). He returned to NY in 1783 and married Hannah Anna Bassler (abt. 1760-1840) at Schoharie. They removed to Williamsburg, Ontario, Canada where Peter received land as a United Empire Loyalist. Peter died in Ontario 1813. The Battle of Crysler's Farm (War of 1812) was partly fought on Peter's farm near the St. Lawrence River. John Fetterly Eva Fetterly Margaretha Fetterly Magdalena Fetterly Barbara Fetterly Maria Fetterly Elizabeth Fetterly I. Fetterly (born/died January 19, 1773 - it hasn't been determined if this was a child or adult death, nor has the sex of the individual been determined - see Margarita Schoein for information on this individual) Lodewick Fetterly (member of company of riflemen formed after the Rev. War). Death Philip Fetterly died between 1796 and 1803, as determined from his will. It is not known where he was buried. His wife Anna Margaretha was buried on the Fetterly family farm. His will mentions disbursement of several land holdings as follows: I do give and devise unto my two sons named Philip Fetter Jun. and Lodewyck Fetter all my estate both real and personal, which they are to have hold and occupie in the following manner, Philip shall have and hold the farm on which I now live and hold from under Stephen Van Rensselaer, together with the Buildings thereon and all the appurtenances appertaining thereunto, and Lodewyck shall have and hold a farm or lott of Land containing one Hundred acres of Land Situate and lying in the County of Schohary on the South side of the Mohawk River within the limits of a pattent granted to Frederic Young and others, and being that part of a lott distinguished on a General map of the same, by lot number fifty one, money accounts, notes, Bonds, dues and demands my said son Philip of Lodewyck, shall each have one equal half... [1] Sources Transcription of the will of Philip Fetter(ly) recorded 21 Jan 1794. Proved 21 January 1804. Source: Albany, Albany County, New York records. Referenced at http://www.sampubco.com as FETTER, PHILIP, WATERVLIET, NY-1-3-94 and ordered from http://www.sampubco.com. Transcribed by Nancy Fetterly-Johnson.  
Christened November 23, 1631  +
Originally registered by grandmother Clara Schieb and there are multiple corrections on the form. Child originally unnamed.  +
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Wikipedia has his birth year around 1250, but also claims that his father's elder brother was born in 1238  +
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