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A Memory of Bausley Ho

I am looking for my ancesters. They lived in Bausley through the 1800s. Their names are John Titley and Jane Briggs. Is there anyone that might help me fill in any missing details. Here are the details from the 1861 census:

Address: Bauseley Hill, Bauseley, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Head of household: Richard Titley, 50, labourer, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Wife: Elizabeth Titley, 37, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Son: Thomas Titley, 13, labourer, 8, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Son: Richard Titley, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Son: John Titley, 6, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Daughter: Elizabeth Titley, 3, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire
Son: David Titley, 12 months, born Bauseley, Montgomeryshire

This information has led me to Richard Titley’s baptism on 15 Dec 1811 at Alberbury, parents John and Jane Titley. And from that I have found the marriage of John Titley and Jane Briggs on 28 Jun 1805 at Alberbury, which fits in with the birth of their first child (Mary) in 1807. Unfortunately I can’t trace the line back any further than that as the parish records don’t seem to be online that far back. My guess would be that both John and Jane were born somewhere around 1780 in or near the parish of Alberbury.
Thank you.

A memory shared by Phillip Latham , on Jun 23rd, 2008.

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