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Noah Hiscock

Noah Hiscock and his wife, Emma Hinvest were the first set of three times great-grandparents in this part of my family tree. This is where they are situated in my family tree: Noah was born in 1828 in Minstead, Hampshire … Continue reading

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James Hinvest

The final set of four times great-grandparents in this part of my family tree, are James Hinvest and Caroline Parker. You can see, below, where they are situated in the tree: James was born on the 17th July 1796 in … Continue reading

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Robert Parker

Robert Parker and his wife, Mary Bricknell are the final set of five times great-grandparents in this part of my family tree. You can see in the diagram below, where they are situated in the family tree: So far, I … Continue reading

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James Hinvest

James Hinvest and his wife Ann(e) (nee Legge) are my next set of five times great-grandparents. When I originally started writing this blog about my family history, James and Ann(e) did not appear in my tree, and this was due … Continue reading

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William Whitehorn

William Whitehorn and his wife Elizabeth Whitehorn, nee Philips are my next set of five times great grandparents. You can see below where they are situated in my family tree: William Whitehorn was born in Minstead in 1752, and was … Continue reading

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Hannah Hiscock

I’m continuing with my family history, and I now move on to my first five times great grandparent, Hannah Hiscock. You can see from the image below where Hannah is situated in my family tree: As you can see on … Continue reading

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The Hiscock Line

The following family tree is the Hiscock line of my family, where it shows the home person as my paternal grandfather. This is the main body of my paternal line, and you can see where the dark arrows appear, that … Continue reading

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