Thomas Jacklin and Susannah Barrett

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Parents      John Jacklin and Ann Barnard      Richard and Elizabeth Barret (90%)

Thomas Jacklin (b 1734 Whaddon Cambridgeshire, m Mary Squires 1758  Great Amwell Hertfordshire)
                                                                               m Susannah Barrett 1771 Whaddon)
Mary Squires (b 1734 Great Arnwell)
Susannah Barrett (b 1749 Elsworth Cambridgeshire, d 1813 Whaddon)
    John Jacklin (b 1772 Whaddon)
    William Jacklin (b abt 1773 Whaddon)
    Ann Jacklin (b 1776 Whaddon, m  Richard Moule 1798 Whaddon, d 1858 Caxton Cambridgeshire)
        Mary Moule (b 1806 Arrington, m David Pateman 1828 Arrington Cambridgeshire, d aft 1880)
            Emma Pateman (b 1827 Arrington, m  George Briant 1851 Ashwell, d 1910 Ballarat)
                  Louisa Jane Briant (b 1861 Ballarat, m Edwin Farr 1884 Presb Manse Ballarat, d 1945 Northcote)
                        Winifred Emma Farr (b 1890 Northcote, m Norman Thompson 1918 , d 1994 Preston)
    Leonard Jacklin (b abt 1778 Whaddon)


Thanks to Paul Gallagher for the journey up the tree from Mary Moule, via his tree on Genes Reunited
Thanks to Diane Anne Clements for her tree on Genes Reunited, which added more information to this page..

Research Notes

LDS: Susannah Barrett's burial entry has an estimated birth of 1750. When a search is done for birth Susannah Barret 1730-1770, only one entry is found, Susanna 24 Dec 1749   Elsworth, parents Richard and Elizabeth Barret. Elsworth is 11 miles to the north of Whaddon.. FHO also only gives only this one result 1730-1760.
Elsworth is not so implausible when Thomas' first bride came from 20 miles to the south of Whaddon
Richard and Elizabeth Barret have one other child in the LDS, also born in Elsworth.. So it is about 90% we have the right parents. The high rating is due to the accurate hit on year, and lack of others

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