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Tree 4
Currently starts with John Huntington marrying Jenny Dickinson at St Helen’s, Churchtown, Garstang, Lancashire in July 1791 and follows their three surviving children, for several generations, as they spread across Lancashire, into Yorkshire and across to the USA.

The tree is a combination of two original trees , compiled by descendants of those children. Each person on discovering they were researching the same family, agreed to the amalgamation of the trees and content of this version of the tree. The Tree was compiled originally from 1954, in paper format, sadly when it was typed up by the LDS in 1990 they treated conjecture and fact equally, and managed to muddle the paper based source notes. Treat the information as ‘probable’ but confirm the information from your own sources and research.

Researched by: Carolyn Pratt Mock, with additional material from Suzette Clark Jeffries and Kathleen Richman.
Johannis Huntington
& Alice
Tree Statistics:

Families: 50
Individuals: 243
Notes: 12
Sources: 1
Total number of surnames: 40

NOTE: The tree was computerised by the LDS without quoting the sources. Check the accuracy of each entry before using.
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