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[ADDY591] Francis Addy m. ?
. [ADDY601] Richard Addie m1. ?
. . [ADDY611] Francis Addy m. [DFFN612] Ellin Duffan
. . . [ADDY621] Richard Addy m. [HERR622] Elizabeth Herring
. . . . [ADDY632] Susannah Addy m2. [RICN631] Andrew Richardson

[ADDY591] Francis Addy and his wife had five children [possibly born at Swinton] baptised at Wath upon Dearne as follows:

Wath upon Dearne Church
(16 September 2008)

Francis died at Swinton (buried at Wath upon Dearne, 16th June 1667).

 

 

 

[ADDY601] Richard Addie (born 1628) and his 1st wife had three children born at Swinton and baptised at Wath upon Dearne as follows:

His 1st wife died at Swinton (buried at Wath upon Dearne, 10th March 1662), and afterwards Richard remarried (c.1662-64) and had five further children born at Swinton and baptised at Wath upon Dearne as follows:

Richard died at Swinton (buried at Wath upon Dearne, 27th June 1708).

[ADDY611] Francis Addy (born 1654, son of Richard by his 1st wife), (labourer of Kirk Smeaton) married (at Darrington, 27th September 1683) [DFFN612] Ellin Duffan (born 1654, see DUFFAN).

Darrington Church
(10 September 2008)

They had four children born and baptised at Darrington as follows:

Ellen died at Darrington (buried there 27th January 1695), and Francis died at Darrington also (buried there 9th December 1721).

[ADDY621] Richard Addy (born 1692), married (at Darrington, 10th November 1717) [HERR622] Elizabeth Herring. They had four children born and baptised at Darrington as follows:

Richard (a husbandman) died at Darrington (buried there 15th July 1728), and Elizabeth died at Darrington also (buried there 1st March 1730).

[ADDY632] Susannah Addy (born 1726, daughter of Richard), married 1. (at Ferry Fryston, 10th August 1746) John Peckit; then 2. (at Snaith, 6th February 1755) [RICN631] Andrew Richardson (see RICHARDSON); then 3. (at Snaith, 2nd May 1774) Samuel Killam (born 1726); then 4. (at Snaith, 30th June 1776) George Sykes.