BORN EST 1728 (guessed based on child ages)
Appia seems to be an odd sort of a name. I thought perhaps it was some latin notation like "ibid" or something, but perhaps not... This page http://www.dannyhowell.net/1970/07/burials-at-winterbourne-stoke-1805-1809.html has a burial of Appia Axford in 1809.
MOTHER unknownSPOUSE John Axford - ??
I have no ancestors for Appia. Appia lived before the industrial revolution. We have 2 descendents for Appia. We have 783 people in this tree with 100 different surnames, including 3 called Axford.
Appia is 6x great-grandmother to Paul Leslie CLARKE
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