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Offline davpott

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Re: Singular Genealogy
« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2019, 21:54:59 »
I think the surname was Caslock. A  very old Faversham name.

Offline Lyn L

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« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2019, 16:01:26 »
You could always have a look at the IGI , I did , there are plenty of Harwoods and a few Cashik ( how it's spelled then ) but it may well be a long journey  . Interesting bit of muddled genealogy though.
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Singular Genealogy
« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2019, 23:29:41 »
Can anybody confirm this?

Singular Genealogy.

All the persons named in the following genealogy were living at Faversham, in Kent, in 1760, excepting only the former wife of the elder Cashick. Old Harwood had two daughters by his first wife, of which the eldest was married to J. Cashick the son, and the youngest to John Cashick the father. Cashick, the father, had a daughter by his first wife, whom old Harwood married, and by her had a son; therefore Cashick's second wife could say: - "My father is my son. and I am my mother's mother: my sister is my daughter, and I am grandmother to my brother."
     From the North Wales Gazette, 1st August 1811.

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