My TEEAR Direct Line –

Here are the Family Group Sheet Reports for my direct Teear Line, going back from my Great Grand Father John ‘Jack’ Teear.

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2 x Great Grand Father Joseph Teear b 1830  Husbands Bosworth, Leicestrshire, England

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3 x Great Grand Father Robert Teear b 1734 Husbands Bosworth, Leicestrshire, England

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4 x Great Grand Father Robert Teear b 1759 Husbands Bosworth, Leicestrshire, England

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5 x Great Grand Father Robert Teear b 1794  Husbands Bosworth, Leicestrshire, England

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6 x Great Grand Father Joseph Teear b 1707 Saddington, Leicestrshire, England

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7 x Great Grand Father Joseph Teear b 1651 Saddington, Leicestrshire, England

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8 x Great Grand Father John Teear d 1685 Saddington, Leicestrshire, England

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I was born a Air Force baby in Germany and spent my childhood moving to and from England to various locations around the world. I never felt I had a place I could truly call home. My interest in family history began as a 11 year old returning to England and having my friends ask me 'where do you come from' I couldn't really answer this. I knew of my Baldwin grandparents and a couple of my father's aunts, but rarely saw then enough to build a relationship with them. It wasn't until later in life when I had to apply for a passport and I had to provide information about my parents etc that I realised it was about time I found out a bit more about my family. So my quest began.