On Wed, 31 May 2017 06:09:51 +1000
"B. Edmonds" <beverley(a)yourisp.com.au> wrote:
I was also told that when one see's a " Junr " beside a person's name
it does not always equate to him being a son of a James. He could have an
uncle named James COX or even an older cousin.
How many other's have come up against this dilemma?
I have encountered this a number of times when taking a broader look at the parish
registers for Moretonhampstead. Its use appears to be at the discretion of the person
making the entries in the register. In as many cases as I looked into snr/jnr was applied
to father or grandfather/son or grandson
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