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262About Ann Kibble married to Antony King from Steeple Claydon

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  • Andy
    Nov 26, 2009
      Hi Sue,

      I have just had a contact on Genes Reunited from a Kibble who suggests Ann's parents are Edward and Alice. The names match as Antony's first son is Edward and he has a daughter Alice. I'm waiting for a reply and also for her to open her tree for me.

      Andy

      p.s. I'll send this to the Group too to see if you get it and also for the others.



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      Fra: Mike Ward [mailto:mikensuew26@...]
      Sendt: 18. november 2009 19:46
      Til: andy
      Emne: FW: Antony King(e)


      Am unable to communicate with you through Group, so am sending this direct!



      Sue




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      From: Mike Ward [mailto:mikensuew26@...]
      Sent: 18 November 2009 18:33
      To: 'king_quainton@...'
      Subject: Antony King(e)



      Hi Andy and all



      Just to let Andy know I am not receiving messages. I have a new e-mail address but I did let him know, so wonder what has happened!!



      I am in touch with Frances Kibble who is also a descendant of Ann(e) Kibble b. 1575, wife of Antony King(e) b. 1570 married 30 Jan. 1594 Steeple Claydon. We have been trying to find Ann(e)'s father but there is nothing on Family Search. However when searching I found other Kibbles with very odd names, Roberti, Benedictus and Franciscus (female). Would anyone know the origin of these names? They may or may not be connected with Ann(e), but they come from Steeple Claydon. There is a Robert Kibble b. 1550 Steeple Claydon m. Unknown 1580 Steeple Claydon but that would mean Ann(e) was born 5 years before Robert was married. (obviously quite possible).



      I thought Ann(e) came from Whitchurch and there is an Edward b. 1577 in Whitchurch, but also an Edward b. 1582 Steeple Claydon



      It's a mystery!! Anyone got any ideas.



      Sue Ward (nee King)
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