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The descent here is based on the probability that the Samuel Woodly (who married at Kelvedon) came from Stepney. This is nothing more than a guess.
[WDLY601] Charles Woodley m. Helena Price . [WDLY611] John Woodley m. [LONX612] Hannah Long . . [WDLY621] Samuel Woodly m. [HOLD622] Martha Holliday . . . [WDLY632] Martha Woodly m. [RICD631] John Richardson
[WDLY601] Charles Woodly (-) married (at London, Dukes Place, St. James, 1st September 1687) [PRIC602] Helena Price. They had at least one child, baptised at London, Clerkenwell, St. James, as follows:
[WDLY611] John (baptised 26th July 1688), married Hannah Long, see later.
[WDLY611] John Woodley (born 1688) (mariner of Wapping) married (at Stepney, St. Dunstan, 1st January 1707-08) [LONX612] Hannah Long (also of Wapping) (born 1687, see LONG). They had at least one child, born at Wapping, and baptised at Stepney, St. Dunstan, as follows:
[WDLY621] Samuel (baptised 14th August 1712), married Martha Holliday, see later.
John was a mariner in 1712.
[WDLY621] Samuel Woodly (born 1712) married (at Kelvedon, 7th December 1731) [HOLD622] Martha Holliday (presumed daughter of Jonas, see HOLLIDAY). They were both single persons. They had two children born and baptised at Kelvedon as follows:
[WDLY632] Martha (baptised 20th January 1733-34), married (at Kelvedon, 24th October 1752) [RICD631] John Richardson (born 1726, see RICHARDSON);
Ann (baptised 4th April 1736), died (age 3 weeks) at Kelvedon (buried there 27th April 1736).
Martha died at Kelvedon (buried there 11th June 1758).