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John Billing
died circa 1568
James Billing 1
born 1568 2
baptized 12 October 1568, Weasenham All Saints 3
died November 1647 4
buried 25 November 1647, Weasenham All Saints 5
In his father's will he is named as 'James Byllyn my youngest son'.

His children are listed in the will of his brother, John Billing, in 1630,
and there are baptisms for the first four of them in the Weasenham
All Saints registers.

On 25th October 1643, in the Weasenham East Hall Manor Court,
Jame Billing transferred to his son and heir, Thomas Billing and
his wife Susan, a piece of land known as the 'Bull Yard'.



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1608 -



children of James and Billing

Margerie Billing 6 born 1603
baptized 14 December 1603, Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk, England 7

James Billing 8 1606-before 1630
born 1606
baptized 29 March 1606, Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk, England 9
died before 1630, (not mentioned in John Billing's will)
 married 6 November 1629 Weasenham All Saints 10

Bridget Hampton died 1635
died 1635
buried 1635, Weasenham All Saints 11

Thomas Billing 1608-1664
born 1608
baptized 1 May 1608, Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk, England
died 12 December 1664
buried 18 December 1664, Weasenham All Saints

Susan Backler before 1619-1687

Margaret Billing 12 born 1611
baptized 1 June 1611, Weasenham All Saints, Norfolk, England 13

Elizabeth Billing 14

Notes: She is mentioned in the will of John Billing, 1630,
the last in a list of the children of James Billing.

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