I've been an amateur self-taught genealogist for 20 years, I also have a Bachelor's degree in archaeology. My great-grandfather was a member of the 'Society of genealogists' and has contributed a great deal to this pedigree (on my father's side).
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On 17 May 2019 at 01:38 GMT Alan Watson Mr wrote:
Thanks for your comments. FindmyPast has transcriptions of Hampshire Parish. Images may be available at the Society of Genealogists. There are some transcriptions on FreeReg and here http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~buriton/genealogy/Main%20Menu.html but they are not as good as FMP's.
There are other families that might belong to William Blunt b 1724 (Frances Knight/ William). eg William Blunt, grocer, widower c 30 married Ann Horspoole in Petersfield in 1758. They christened three Annes and two Williams. An earlier christening of Elizabeth to William Blunt and Elizabeth may have been from his first marriage and the burial of Elizabeth Blunt in 1756 could have been his wife or daughter.
I also haven't placed William Blunt, mealman, married Ann Howard 1803.
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