Person:Margaret Waln (2)

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Margaret Waln
m. 1 Dec 1673
  1. Jane Waln1675 -
  2. Margaret Waln1676 - 1677
  3. Richard Waln1678 -
  4. Margaret Waln1680/81 -
  5. Hannah Waln1684 -
  6. Mary Waln1687 -
  7. Ellen Waln1690 - 1707/08
  8. Sarah Waln1692 -
  9. John Waln1694 - 1720
  10. Elizabeth Waln1697 -
  11. Nicholas Waln1698/99 - 1721/22
  12. William Waln1700/01 -
Facts and Events
Name Margaret Waln
Alt Name[1] Margeret Wallne
Gender Female
Birth[1] 3 OCT 1676 West Riding of Yorkshire, England3 8th mo. [1676], Settle MM; d/o Nicolas Wallne & Jane
Death[1] 28 MAR 1677 West Riding of Yorkshire, England28 1st mo. 1677, Settle MM; d/o Nicolas Wallne
Burial[1] Newton Friends Burial Ground, Newton-in-Bowland, Lancashire, England
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Society of Friends. Settle Monthly Meeting (Yorkshire). Society of Friends, Settle, marriages, births and burials, 1654-1837. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1969), The National Archives: RG 6/1116 (General 1654-1775) f 16r no 49, f 87r no 29.

    From folio 16:
    “In the yeare 1677 in the 08th month & on the 03th day thereof Jane the wife of Nicolas Wallne bore him a daughter & he called her name Margerett”

    The year is probably incorrect in this register, especially if one assumes that the entries were in chronological order. The following entry (#50) has a date in the 5th month of 1677. Also entry #47 was corrected from 1675 to 1676, and it is possible that entries #48 and 49 should also be in 1676. Furthermore, when one considers that her brother Richard was born in “yeare 1678 & in the 04 month & on 06th day” (entry #53), if 1677 were accurate, his birth would have followed hers by only 8 months.

    From folio 87:
    “Margeret the daughter of Nicolas Wallne dyed the 28th day of the 01 month & in the yeare 1676 & was buryed at Newton”

    The year for this entry should have been 1677 (the first day of the new year was March 25). Previous entries also gave a date in month 1 in the year 1676, but the following entry was for month 2 in 1677.