Is anyone researching the Roberts family in Droitwich, Worcestershire, England in the seventeenth century?

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I am still pretty new to WikiTree and just making my first foray into pre 1700 profiles (having done my self-certification quiz).

I have information from some extensive research my mother did in the 1980s and 1990s about her Roberts ancestors, going back to the early 17th century in Droitwich, Worcestershire.

I have run a search for the following three individuals and found nothing.  Before I set up profiles for them, though, I wanted to check that I haven't missed anything.  So if anyone is aware of anything on any of these individuals that I have missed, please let me know.

They are:

Reverend George Roberts - 1694-1785 - son of Thomas Roberts, Mercer of Droitwich and baptised at St Andrew's Droitwich on 8 July 1894.  Curate of Great and Little Hampton, Worcestershire; and of Great Washbourne and Oxenton, Gloucestershire; Rector of Wolverton, Warwickshire.  Died 2 June 1785 and buried at Wolverton

Thomas Roberts - Abt 1658-1725 - Mercer.  Son of John Roberts, Salter of Droitwich and mentioned in his will. Thomas appears to not to have been of full age when his father died in 1678.  Thomas's will was proved in Worcestershire Constitory Court on 6 April 1728

John Roberts - died 1678.  His birth date is not known, but one of his children was baptised in 1643.
in Genealogy Help by Claire Douglas G2G1 (1.6k points)

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