I'm interested in the Jennings(also spelt Gennings/Genings in the records) family of Lower Brailes....I'm connected via a Thomas Jennings of Combrook whose daughter married a Stacey there. Thomas married in Combrook in 1752 but seems to have come from Brailes. ER3/4292 in Shakespeare Library, Stratford-on-Avon states "Mortgage from Thomas Jennings of Coombrook taylor to Elizabeth Richardson of Upper Brailes, spinster, of a messuage and appurtenances in Lower Brayles in the occupation of William Godson, glocer, to secure the sume of 25 pounds...which property was formerly lease by Thomas Jennings of Lower Brailes, deceased, father of the said Thomas to Thomas Parker of Lower Brailes, cowper, in trust to apply the profits to pay legacies to Ann, Mary, William and Thomas his children, which legacies have now been discharged and the property reverted to the said Thomas Jennings." So I know that Thomas was the son of Thomas who was in turn the son of William. The first Thomas had siblings, Ann Mary and William about whom I know next to nothing apart from that mary married a Samuel Key (where I don't know). I'm assuming that the siblings were born around 1730-1740ish....
William Jennings was christened 30th december 1665, was a tailor, children John, buried 28th Feb 1692 and Anne christened 26th jan 1695. Again I know nothing about his siblings, Margaret christened 1661, John 6th April 1663, George c 24 May 1668, buried 18th Jan 1673, jane 26th Apr 1672, Benjamin c 20 december 1674.
If anyone can give me any further information, I would be very grateful. Thanks! Giles