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, England
Death[1] 28 Mar 1677 West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Burial[1] Newton Friends Burial Ground, Newton in Bowland, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
This person does not have any known living descendants.

Personal History

Margaret Wallne, daughter of Nicolas Wallne by his wife Jane (Turner), was born 3 8mo. [Oct.] 167[6], (Settle MM) in Yorkshire W.R. (later in Lancashire).[1] She died 28 1mo. [March] 167[7], and was buried in the Friends burial ground, in Newton, Yorkshire W.R. (later in Lancashire).[1]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 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 register, 1654–1775), [FHL # 588425, item 1], fo. 16, no. 49, and fo. 87, no. 29.

    Digital record with image viewed in “England & Wales, Society Of Friends (Quaker) Births 1578–1841”, database, Findmypast (http://search.findmypast.com/record?id=tna/rg6/bap/1614619 : accessed 28 March 2017).
    From folio 16:
    “In the yeare 1677 in the 08th month & on the 03th day thereof Jane the wife of Nicolas Wallne bare 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.

    Digital record with image viewed in “England & Wales, Society Of Friends (Quaker) Burials 1578–1841”, database, Findmypast (http://search.findmypast.com/record?id=tna/rg6/bur/808038 : accessed 28 March 2017).
    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.