Eliza LOCK (1820-1902) was my ggg grandmother. At least, I am pretty sure she is - unfortunately I have HAYWOOD ancestors called John who seemed to prefer to marry ladies called Eliza, which is really the one thing that makes me uneasy. Was she the correct Eliza? The unease deepens when I can only find her parents and siblings from the IGI. The marriage has been extracted from the original record (so at least I know there's a pretty good chance of it being correct) - rather than submitted by a member, which always makes me nervous. But is it the right set of parents?
If anybody out there is reading this, and has information to share, I would be thrilled to hear from them. Her parents (possibly) were John LOCK and Elizabeth LONDON, married in Ottery St Mary, Devon, on 2 February . Her siblings (again possible) were Mary Ann, chr 30 March , Anna chr 12 Jan , and Elizabeth chr 27 Jan - all in Ottery St Mary, Devon, England.
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