|About The Swadling Roots and Branches
The Millennium File contains more than 880,000 linked family records, with lineages from throughout
world, including colonial America, the British Isles, Switzerland, and Germany.
Justin Cocke !!
Edy Peirs in 1588 Cornwall
Lore Alee & Hercules Lower - magnificent names!
Weston Coradine in 1669 .. terrific name sad story!
The Burial in Wollen Act 1666-1680 required the dead, except plague victims, to be buried in pure
English Wollen shrouds this was due to the decline of the Wollen industry so many made a living at.
was intended to create a new market for Wollen cloth.
It required a affadavit to be sworn before a Justice of the Peace within 8 days if the burial
by a relative) to confirm burial in wool. Not doing so would incur a £5 fee for non compliance (a
considerable sum in those days)..
Parish registers were, as Thomas Solomon's, noted or registers were marked with affidavit, A, or
Affiliated to confirm the affidavit had been sworn or marked 'naked' for those too poor to afford
It could be interpreted as a indication of the person's 'wealth' in genealogy, but as most wanted to
buried in their finery, the family would often pay the £5 fine to allow that to happen..
Check out John Trebilcock and Grace Solomon 1632 for relationship/descendants
Tree intertwined with the Solomon's. Grace Solomon 1632 is Paula's 10 x Great Grandmother and her
brother Thomas Solomon 1662 is Paula's 8 x Great Grandfather
Bernard & Alice Guy.
Richard Bennett Williams 1841 -1901 naval career
Three branches of the tree lead back to one person - unknown Wilcock/Wilcocke in and around
Menheniot, Cornwall. Three siblings, John, Isable & Thomas all head up branches of the tree and all
three, incredibly, are you direct ancestors!!
The same applies in the Harrys tree with ancestors from individual trees who led back to one common
It also applies in the Broad family tree with John Broad marrying Jone Michel..
MAKE SURE I HAVE BAPTISM RECORDS ATTACHED TO PERSONS WHERE TREES INTERLINK AS ABOVE
Sort the ancestors of Elinor reynell and William Fouhel nightmare..