Lt Jonathan Layton

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Re: Lt Jonathan Layton

Post by NOTYAL37 » Thu Sep 14, 2017 8:47 am

After a long silence, an an unbelievable number of visitors, I have at last come across the correct details of Lt Jonathan Layton's burial – as follows:

Bishop’s Transcript (Ancestry): Jonathan Layton, Frederic St, aged 53, was buried 6 July 1836 at St Giles in the Fields (The Poets’ Church), Camden., Middlesex.

Cheers to other survivors of this fading forum...

Ian Layton – pushing 80...

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Re: Lt Jonathan Layton

Post by Forum Manager » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:08 pm

Thanks for the update, Ian, it's been an interesting journey!
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