Post by spikeharwood on Jan 30, 2015 5:13:41 GMT -5
I was intrigued when you said you bumped into him....?
Well I was going about my business, looking up some Glasson marriages in fact, when I noticed that a Hocking had married into the Glasson family. Not just any Hocking but Clytie. She was my great grandmother's niece. I hadn't previously gone looking for a marriage for her but there he was. (BTW he was in the BMD database as "SIdney" which was why I hadn't found him.) I did know of another Glasson in my tree who I will ask about now. He was William Ralph G, son of John G and Alice Wilmhurst and grandson of William G and Elizabeth Dunstan. Would he have been related to Sydney?
I did know of another Glasson in my tree who I will ask about now. He was William Ralph G, son of John G and Alice Wilmhurst and grandson of William G and Elizabeth Dunstan. Would he have been related to Sydney?
I believe they were 6th cousins and one generation apart - they both are descendants of John Glasson and Dorothy Verrant. Thus:
William Ralph Glasson & Connie Bastion John Glasson & Alice Maud Ellen Wilmshurst Sydney Ashfield Glasson and Clytie Hocking William Glasson and Elizabeth Ann Dunstan William Henry Glasson and Elizabeth Williams Davies William Bishop Glasson and Jane Edwards Thomas Glasson and Elizabeth Kessel John Penhalle Glasson and Honor Bishop Thomas Love Glasson and Elizabeth Henwood Carrivick William Glasson and Grace Penhalle William Glasson and Lystra Glanvil John Glasson and Ann Hampton Robert Glasson and Eleanor Thomas John Glasson and Ann Perkin Robert Glasson and Susannah Mitchell John Glasson and Dorothy Verrant John Glasson and Dorothy Verrant
Post by spikeharwood on Jan 30, 2015 21:46:15 GMT -5
Thank you for that information and making it so easy to follow. BTW, Connie and Clytie were third cousins. Their gg grandparents were my gggg grandparents. (and not certain of that Pfrimmer name just yet).
Yes it was my mistake, got it from some anonymous source. Thanks to you guys my Glasson family is growing by the day. I don't think the ones who asked me to research this family really thought it would grow so huge.