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    I was interested in the Penkridge Mystery of William Harding House and I thought I might try some of my family history research skills to identify any relevant Hardings around 1956 The Hardings have a significant number of entries in the Baswich Church Registers including Aaron Harding baptised 8th May 1649. John Harding son of Aaron was baptised at St Michaels 20th April 1956. Mary the wife of Aaron Harding was buried at St Michaels 6th March 1968. The A.H in the plaque could be his and the M represent Mary. Aaron Harding married Francis Emery at St Michaels 25th Sept 1958 which was probably second marriage as a widower. He was buried at St Michaels 25th Sept 1967. Other Harding records at St Michaels from 1653 (earliest available) to the end of 1699 are burials of Elizabeth 2nd April 1967and and Mary 7th Oct 1979I have no idea about the "O"s or the B C unless it has some connection with Baswich for him and somewhere like like Colwich for Mary. Thanks

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