Chronological Data for GREGORY

All places in England unless otherwise stated

Abbreviations used: otp = 'of this parish'  ipo = 'in the presence of'.

Data less than 100 years old is excluded, unless the person has died.

Last Updated: March 15th 2010
 

Date: 1692 Parish: Rewe County: Devon
Dorthy Pinney and Thomas Gregory were married
Source: IGI  

Date: May 17th 1692 Parish: Huxham County: Devon
Dorothy Peny and Thomas Gregory were married
Source: IGI  

Date: May 17th 1692 Parish: Rewe By Exeter County: Devon
Dorothy Penny and Thomas Gregory were married
Source: IGI  

Date: June 1st 1697 Parish: Exeter County: Devon
Samuel Frost and Amy Gregory were married at Saint Peter Cathedral
Source: IGI  

Date: October 27th 1726 Parish: Witheridge County: Devon
Stephen Partridge and Mary Gregory were married
Source: IGI  

Date: August 31st 1778 Parish: Stoke Damerel County: Devon
James Frost and Elizabeth Gregory were married
Source: IGI  

Date: 1871 Parish: Landkey County: Devon
19 Newland: Robert Gregory, head, aged 67, labourer, Lovecott?; Anne Gregory, daughter, unmarried, aged 27, general domestic, Landkey; May Anne Gregory (1st wife of William Galliford), grandaughter, aged 6, scholar, Landkey
Source: Census  

Date: January 6th 1884 Parish: Barnstaple County: Devon
William Galliford, bachelor aged 20. cabinet maker and Mary Ann Gregory, spinster aged 21 years were married ipo Janice Tucker and Ann Norman. Parents: William Edward Galliford (carpenter) and Thomas Gregory (labourer). Note: Under same St Catherines reference (5b 760) is also Frederick William Galliford. Both certificates obtained. No apparent relationship
Source: Certificate Reference: 21

Date: July 27th 1896 Parish: Epsom County: Surrey
Mary Ann Galliford (nee Gregory) died aged 32 from chronic rheumatism, morphia and collutitis.
Source: Certificate