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Post by Sandy64 »

Am having trouble with identifying my relatives in the Old Swinford/Kingswinford/Rowley Regis area. There appears to be many Bache/Back families in the area, and many with the same forename - Richard and William are common. If anyone else is researching these names and would like to compare notes, I would be very interested. My earliest record is Richard Bach who married Sarah Green on 7th June 1778 and I have my family tree from then to date.

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In some cases where there are an abundance of options the best answer is to try to create family trees for all the options available, that way a percentage can/may be ruled out by elder/younger siblings, death of mother, change of parish etc.
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