Honor Hind

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Personal and Family Information

Honor was born before 1735, the daughter of unknown parents. The place is not known.[Note 1]

Her husband was William Blunt, whom she married in 1755 in Wooton Underwood, Buckinghamshire. Their six known children were Welsbourn (1755-1756), Kitty (1757-?), Mary (1760-<1770), Hannah (1762-?), Mary (1770-?) and Welsbourne (1774-?).

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthBEF 1735
Blunt research by Barbara Hicks
Source: Blunt research by Barbara Hicks
Authors: Barbara Hicks
Publisher: email to SKF Oct 2004

See Note 1

Notes

Note 1

The first Welsbourn was born to William and Honor (Hind) A WILLIAM and Hannah went to East Sheen where William featured on settlement papers and returned to Wootton Underwood later to appear on 1841 census. Welsbourn was born at East Sheen. After much discussion with family historians I believe that William and Honor are the William and Hannah who married at Wootton Underwood. Think of the Bucks accent in pronouncing Honor. Honor(Hannah’s) childbearing years span only 20 years

Sources

  1. Blunt research by Barbara Hicks
    Source: Blunt research by Barbara Hicks
    Authors: Barbara Hicks
    Publisher: email to SKF Oct 2004