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Family of Henry MEECHAM and Susannah FOWLER
|Husband:||Henry MEECHAM (1716-1744)|
|Wife:||Susannah FOWLER ( - )|
|Children:||Henry MEECHAM (1740?-1787)|
Husband: Henry MEECHAM
|Mother:||MARY ( -1723)|
|Birth||1716||Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.|
|Death||1744 (age 27-28)||Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.|
Wife: Susannah FOWLER
Child 1: Henry MEECHAM
|Spouse 1:||Elizabeth ASHLEY (1743-1780)|
|Spouse 2:||Hannah STUBBS (1738-1814)|
|Birth||1740 (app)||Cirencester, Gloucestershire.|
|Death||1787 (age 46-47)||Cirencester, Gloucestershire.|
|Burial||22 Apr 1788 (age 47-48)||Cirencester, Gloucestershire.|
Note on Husband: Henry MEECHAM - shared note
Details of a document from Gloucester Records Office
An Inventory off the Goods and Chattels of Henry Meecham late of Cirencester in the Diocese of Gloucester Labourer deceased.
Money owed to the Deceased _ _ _ £19.10.00.
The mark of William Turner
This Inventory was Exhibited the 10th Day of April in the Year of our Lord 1744 by Susannah Meecham Relict and Administrator for a (something) one and so forth never the less under Protestation of Adding.
Then the letters of Administration ....
10th Day of April 1744
On which appeared personally Susannah Meecham and alledged that Henry Meecham of Cirencester in the dioceses of Gloucester Labourer _ _ _ _ Died Intestate that she the said Susannah Meecham was and is his widow and wife of the Deceased.
Wherefore she Prayed that the Administration of all and singular the Goods Rights and Credits of the said Deceased might be Granted and Committed to giving such good and sufficient security and on this behalf required.
Let Administration be Granted as above prayed.
The names of William Turner and John Doe (sp?) also appear on this page.
This document was signed (marked) by Susannah and William but not by John.