of Hannah, Richard, Francis and Thomas, the children of their father’s first marriage to Elizabeth Walton; Eleanor, Mary and Elizabeth, who were also ‘Third Generation’ were still living at this time as their ages would be between forty-six and forty-two. However I have not found any further records of these girls other than their baptisms in Lyndon in 1761, 1718 and 1721 respectively.
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This is the personal website of David Leedham, born in the village of Billesdon and living in the County of Leicestershire, in the English Midlands.
I am the grandson of John Shellaker, the 13th and youngest child of Richard and Mary Grocock.
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