Is Thomas Whitbread (b. 1305) an illegitimate son of Dorothy Whitebread Wright?

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Unfortunately early Whitbread/Wright relationships (14th century) published on the web appear to be totally erroneous. The first of this line of Whitbreads was John Whytbred who married a Dorothey around 1445-50. Their only known child was Thomas Whytbred, born around 1450. The Wright connection only came in when Agnes Whitebread married a Henry Wright around 1585. Unlike what is stated in the Internet, nothing much is known about this particular Henry Wright.

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DOROTHY WHITEBREAD WRIGHT IS ALSO ON MY TREE I THOUGHT SHE MIGHT OF BEEN MARRIED TWICE ONCE TO JONH WRIGHT AND ONCE TO JOHN WHITEBREAD AND THOMAS IS THE SON OF JOHN WHITEBREAD
by Terry Wright G2G6 Pilot (184k points)
Which john wright are you thinking? Birth year? Parents and or children?
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Sorry i had just joined WikiTree when i had posted my comment we seem to have different Whitebreads and Wrights  Terry

http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wright-7101
by Terry Wright G2G6 Pilot (184k points)

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