Who was the father of Thomas Deacon (1560-1624)

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In attempting to merge duplicate profiles for Thomas Deacon, I came across this comparison:

http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:MergePerson&user1_name=Deacon-108&user2_name=Deacon-113&action=compare

which indicates two different fathers (although apparently the same mother). We need someone more familiar with this old branch to reconciles these fathers. Thanks.
WikiTree profile: Thomas Deacon
in Genealogy Help by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (771k points)
recategorized by Jillaine Smith

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U.S. and International Marriage Records
Name: Thomas Deacon
Gender: Male
Birth Place: England
Birth Year: 1560
Spouse Name: Martha Field
Marriage Year: 1596

The arms of Deacon of Hemel Hempstead were, A chevron treillisse' betwen three roses. Crest: a demi eagle.
This family has been of considerable note in Hertfordshire, deriving descent from Richard Deacon of Wyndruge, Hertfordshire, who died 1496, and whose three sons were in the service of the Crown, the elder as Secretary to Elizabeth of York, consort to Henry VII, and the other two in the military service.
Their uncle Michael was Bishop of St. Asaph.

I uploaded 2 artacles on my google drive regarding Thomas Deacan that may answer your question. my google drive link is: https://drive.google.com/?tab=wo&authuser=0#folders/0B11TLq3ZZcF6Rzk3TlBmVXR4YzA

I hope they help!

by Brian Kerr G2G6 Pilot (310k points)
selected by Mackenzie Kerr

Brian, thanks for the links to the images of info about Thomas Deacon. I really appreciate such sharing. They look like they're scans from a book(s). What is the name of the book or books, author, date, etc.? Wondering, too, if you still have the original; the first image is missing both the page number as well as the footnote reference. The second image has an "ibid" reference at the bottom of the page; it would be helpful to know the source it's referring to. Again, many thanks.

As for "U.S. and International Marriage Records" as a source, here's what Ancestry.com says about this source:

This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie[s].

Unfortunately, it draws only from derivative sources-- no original sources, so please use with caution.

 

Sorry for the Delay...

The source of the artacles was directly from Ancestry.com and attached to this individual within 4 profiles. None of them state a source.

The rest of the information was also from Ancestry.com. They are from actual data sources as a metadata type listing and certified as from "source information" within Ancestry's catalog database.

I certify personally that all the information i provided are reliable but, when it comes to the artacles i provided (via my google drive link), i can only state that they were uploaded by 1 individual in their tree on their profile and a few others attached a copy on their tree also.

I hope they all help in your search :o)

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