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Stephen WELLER
Father: Thomas WELLER
Mother: Charlotte MORRIS
Born: 1787
Died: 1868 (aged 81 years)
Buried: Wycombe cemetery
= Married  =
on: 1811
Elizabeth SHACKELL
Died: 1847 (aged years)
Children:   |
Robert Shackell
Born: 1812
Sarah
Born: 1813
Morris
Born: 1814
James
Born: 1815
Died: 1886
Elizabeth Jane
Born: 1816
Died: 1908
William
Born: 1818
Died: 1873
Michael
Born: 1819
Died: 1834
Henry
Born: 1820
Stephen
Born: 1821
Died: 1906
Thomas
Born: 1823
Died: 1841
Mary
Born: 1824

Further information for Stephen WELLER.

Birth place: Penn
Domiciles: Penn. Wycombe Marsh. High Wycombe (1838)

Biography

Stephen and Elizabeth had eleven children, the first four born at Penn, the rest at Wycombe Marsh except Michael, at Loudwater in 1820. On June 21st. 1838, Elizabeth wrote "we came to Newland". She died in 1847; in 1851 Stephen was at 121 Newland, (part of High Wycombe) sharing his home with a lodger. He died in 1868, aged 81, and is buried in High Wycombe cemetery.

Copy of Court Roll, Aylesbury C.R.O. D/X 875. Land in Princes Risborough.


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