Grooms - Gravestones
August 4, 2015 by Andrew Long in forum Genealogy / History
#2335 Andrew Long, 4 August 2015, 19:06
I am currently researching my wifes tree and think I have the following line:
Thomas Groom m Joyce Seabrook 1798 in EB. Their d Joyce Groom m James Allen in Marylebone. Their d Winifred Joyce Allen m Henry May in Marylebone.
I am so far happy with this tree, as Joyce and James Allen have a son they name James Groom Allen, so that confirms in my mind that Joyces maiden name must be Groom.
Anyway, I am leaning towards Thomas Groom being the one listed in the burial list on a oprevious post as being unfortunately being killed by a cow in 1807. To confirm this I was hoping someone may have looked into him further and/or found a gravestone with a clue on it? His wife Joyce Seabrook does remarry in 1811 to James Stanbridge, so Thomas must die before then in EB.
Hope all of this ramble makes sense.
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