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Family Subtree Diagram : Brereton, Sandford+Lydia Turner

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Hatter (1735-37) and Fellmaker
1685 - 1722 Sandford Brereton 37 37 Sandford is one of my 128 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great (8X) Grandfathers.

Sandford wrote a will, dated 15 Jan 1722, which identified him as a victuller (beer maker). His heir was son Sandford, and also son Thomas (£21) and daughter Esther
1713 Thomas Brereton Sandford left his son Thomas £30 in his will (when he became 21), and likewise Esther £30..

Thomas married Margared in Oldcastle, so this could be another Thomas.  
1719 - 1721 Lydia Brereton 2 2 1660 - 1692 Mary Sandford 32 32 1709 - 1730 Esther Brereton 20 20 Esther was spelled Hester Brereton in her father's will.  She was the olders, but only about 12 when her father died.  She recieved an inheritenance of £30 pa from her fathers will.

There is no obvious marriage record for Esther, but a burial in 1730, when sho would only be 20 years.
D. 1719 Ellinor Shore ~1699 - 1702 Sam Brereton 3 3 ~1694 - 1695 Thomas Brereton 1 1 D. 1710 Thomas Sillitoe D. 1704 Mary 1687 - 1767 Lydiah Turner 80 80 Alexander Kinlock D. 1728 Lydia Kinlock D. 1731 Margaret Kinlock 1632 - 1689 Dudley Sandford 57 57 With young children to care for I would expect Dudley would have married again around 1670, but I’ve found no record. 1639 - 1668 Mary (Maria) Hassall 29 29 ~1659 - 1687 Jane Sandford 28 28 1662 Dudley Sandford 1665 Elizabeth Sandford 1668 Margery Sandford 1614 John Hassall <female> Hassall 1634 Henry Hassall 1636 John Hassall 1641 - 1676 Richard Hassall 35 35 1646 George Hassall 1647 Catherine Hassall 1631 - 1658 Elizabeth Orton 27 27 1608 William Sandford 1607 Elizabeth Bryne 1628 William Sandford 1630 Mary Sandford 1631 John Sandford 1635 Elizabeth Sandford 1637 Susannah Sandford 1640 Randle (Randall) Sandford Randall (Randel is correct spelling) 1641 Judeth Sandford 1642 Richard Sandford Richardus Sandford married Henrici Marsh on 23 May 1672, probably at Nantwich, Cheshire. 1643 Jane Sandford 1663 - 1701 Jonathan (John) Brereton 37 37 Jonathan is one of my 256 Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Great (9X) Grandfathers. D. 1728 Jane Kinlock Margaret Roberts 1754 Margaret Brereton 1747 Sarah Brereton 1751 Anne Brereton
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