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Cramp, Crouch and Weaver ---- a puzzle to be solved.

Journal by Glynne

We (on the Cramp line) have been sent a puzzle (by someone on the Weaver and Crouch family line) and I'm hoping I might be able to get some help from contributors to FamilyTreeCircles.

In the Kent and Sussex area, Richard Weaver (b1733) married Ester Crouch in 1767. Their son James (b1774) married Elizabeth Buttenshaw and had seven children. One of their daughters (Mary, b1801) married a George Crouch (b 1805) ----- and one of their sons (Thomas, b1803) married Elizabeth Bourne. Thomas and Elizabeth had daughters Mary (b1839) and Anne (b 1843). Mary married Samson Maynard (b1834), and Anne married Samson's half nephew Edmund Cramp (b 1847).

To make it even more complicated, Edmund's great grandfather, also called Edmund Cramp (b1759) had married a Hester Crouch (b1764).

I would be grateful for any clues on sorting out the relationship between Ester, Hester and George Crouch.

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on 2009-11-09 07:09:12

Glynne , from Somerset, UK, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2009. is researching the following names: MOORE, CRAMP, HILLS and 15 other(s).

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