Recently corrected lineage of Elizabeth CLEVELAND, mother-in-law to Elizabeth BALDOCK (b. 1802 Womenswold). Previous sources indicated she was born in Margate to Thomas CLEVELAND and Ann HARLOW, but new information convinces me more that she was actually born in Preston-next-Wingham to John CLEVELAND and Ann ANDREWS.
Due to an email migration, I have irritatingly lost a substantial number of genealogy emails; something I had hoped would not happen….
Any of you loyal followers who have been waiting on a response from me relating to previously sent emails, however old, please contact me again. These particluarly relate to surnames CLARK(E), BALDOCK, FAGG, CASTLE, SMALL …
I am so annoyed with myself! That’s what I get for rushing in frustration at poor email provision by my ISP!
Last week I paid another visit to Canterbury Cathedral Archives, and had more success. I finally found the baptism (and parentage) of my unusually-named Bean HATTON (at Whitfield, near Dover), found another couple of siblings in my Eastry FAGG line (one of whom, after a quick census check, may have been a proprietor of the Five Bells public House in the village), more DAWKINS, and a whole bunch more BALDOCK line at Westwell (connection as yet unknown).
These finds enable me to take my HATTON line back another generation, further my FAGG connections, and hopefully provide more BALDOCK tools on the road to linking those multiple lines!