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John BLOUNT
Mary CHAPMAN
Ann WYNN
Husband:  John BLUNT / BLOUNT
Baptism:  29 Oct 1797, All Saints [Anglican], Claverley, SAL
Death:  6 Jan 1867, New House Cottage, Claverley, SAL
Disposition:  buried 11 Jan 1867, churchyard, All Saints [Anglican], Claverley, SAL
Occupation:  farm laborer, gardner
Religion:  Church of England
Father:  Peter BLOUNT / BLUNT
Mother:  Anne ALLPORT
Marriage-1:
Wife-1:  Mary CHAPMAN
Baptism:  26 Jun 1800, St. Michaels [Anglican], Tettenhall, STS
Death:  27 Aug 1843, Rudge Heath, Tettenhall, STS
Disposition:  buried 29 Aug 1843, churchyard, St. Chads [Anglican], Pattingham, STS
Religion:  Church of England
Father:  William CHAPMAN (1778- )
Mother:  Martha BROOKS (1769- )
Marriage-2 (banns):  14 Jul 1844, St. Peters Collegiate [Anglican], Wolverhampton, STS
Wife-2:  Ann WYNN
Baptism:  24 May 1818, All Saints [Anglican], Claverley, SAL
Death:  1871-1881
Religion:  Church of England
Father:  William WYNN
Mother:  Elizabeth WILLIAMS
Children born at Spoonley Gate, Rudge Heath, SAL; baptized at Church of St. Chad [Anglican], Pattingham, STS:
  1.  Charles BLUNT, bap. 27 Oct 1832; d.s.p. ca. May 1833, Rudge Heath, SAL
  2.  John BLOUNT, bap. 30 Apr 1834; d. ca. Dec 1905, Stourbridge, WOR; m(banns). 7 Sep 1862, Kinver, STS, Mary HAND
  3.  William BLOUNT, bap. 1 May 1836
  4.  Thomas BLOUNT, b. 1 Apr 1830; bap. 28 Apr 1839; d. 22 Aug 1918, Hillsborough, Sheffield, YRK; m1. 6 Nov 1862, Ellesmere, SAL, Harriet PORTER; m2. 1 Jan 1885, Evangelical Undenominational Church, Dumbarton, DNB, Elizabeth McNIVEN
  5.  George BLOUNT, b. 6 Feb 1843; bap. 12 Mar 1843; d. 28 Apr 1896, Coseley, STS; m(banns). 1 Feb 1863, St. Johns [Anglican], Dudley, WOR, Ann PARKER
Children born at Spoonley Gate, Rudge Heath, SAL; baptized at Church of St. Chad [Anglican], Pattingham, STS:
  6.  Richard BLOUNT, b. 7 Apr 1845; bap. 4 May 1845; d. 16 Nov 1917, Seisdon Union Infirmary, Trysull, STS; never married
  7.  Mary Ann Wynn BLOUNT, b. 25 Jan 1847; bap. 10 Feb 1847; m(banns). 5 Nov 1865, St. Leonard [Anglican], Bridgnorth, SAL, Edwin COTTERHILL
  8.  Agnes BLOUNT, b. 1 Feb 1849; bap. 3 Feb 1849; d. 2 Sep 1931, Wolverhampton, STS; never married, though had three children
  9.  Robert BLOUNT, b. 1 Feb 1849; bap. 3 Feb 1849; m(banns). 3 May 1870, All Saints [Anglican], Claverley, SAL, Esther BULL
10.  Charles BLOUNT, b. 7 Nov 1851; bap. 22 Nov 1851; d. 17 Nov 1925, Wolverhampton, STS; m(banns), 25 Dec 1873, St. Philips [Anglican], Penn, STS, Ann CRADOCK
11.  Edwin BLOUNT, bap. 23 Oct 1853
12.  Joseph BLOUNT, bap. 21 Sep 1856; d. 1 Oct 1921, Wolverhampton, STS; m1(banns): 23 Jan 1884, Parish Church [Anglican], Aylesbeare, DEV, Elizabeth RIGGS; m2. 1885, Wolverhampton, STS, Selina MEEARS?
13.  Henry BLOUNT, bap. 23 Aug 1858; d. 9 Feb 1892, South Staffordshire Hospital, Wolverhampton, STS; m(banns): 30 Apr 1878, St. Johns [Anglican], Wolverhampton, STS, Christiana HIGHFIELD
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, England, DEV = Devonshire, SAL = Shropshire, STS = Staffordshire, WAR = Warwickshire, WOR = Worchestershire, YRK = Yorkshire; Scotland, DNB = Dunbartonshire

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