John Amies (between 1749 and 1791—1879)

John Amies1 has no recorded parents. He was born between 1749 and 1791 at Hanworth Lodge, Norfolk, England. He died in 1879 at Norfolk, England. 1 He was buried at Hanworth Lodge, Norfolk, England.

He married Mary Sturdges. He married Mary Sturdges on 24 March 1806 at Alby, Norfolk, England. 2

Mary Sturdges1 has no recorded parents. She was born between 1759 and 1791 at Norfolk, England.

Children of John Amies and Mary Sturdges:

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Mary Sturdges

born between 1759 and 1791 at Norfolk, England died

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Elizabeth Amis

born 8 January 1809 at Suffield, Norfolk, England died 20 December 1861 at Caradoc, Middlesex, ON, CA

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Source: OGS London & Middlesex, Early Settler's Project

Source: FamilySearch.org

Author: Church of LDS

Hanworth Lodge, Norfolk, England
 
Norfolk, England

County.  The northern half of East Anglia.

 
Alby, Norfolk, England
 
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