William Leason (18 September 1796—about 1840)

William Leason was the son of James Leason and Christiana Wifeofjamesleason. He was born on 18 September 1796 at Foston-on-the-Wolds, Yorkshire, England. 1 He died about 1840 at Grindale, Hunmanby, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England.

He married Mary Wifeofwilliamleason. He married Mary Wifeofwilliamleason on 21 August 1824 at Foston-on-the-Wolds, Yorkshire, England. 1

Mary Wifeofwilliamleason has no recorded parents. She was born about 1791 at Yorkshire, England. 2 She lived in 1841 at Grindale, Hunmanby, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England. 2

Children of William Leason and Mary Wifeofwilliamleason:

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Footnotes:

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1841 Census of United Kingdom : Yorkshire, bridlington, Hunmanby, piece 1213, book 10, page 4
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Maria Leason

born about 1828 at Yorkshire, England died

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Eliza Leason

born 10 July 1832 at Foston-on-the-Wolds, Yorkshire, England died 20 August 1911 at Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA

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James Leason

born about 1834 at Yorkshire, England died

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Moses Leason

born about 1838 at Yorkshire, England died

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Source: Church of England parish records

Source: 1841 Census of United Kingdom

Type: Census/Tax

Foston-on-the-Wolds, Yorkshire, England
 
Grindale, Hunmanby, Bridlington, Yorkshire, England
 
Yorkshire, England

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