YES, the pollen count is high… Just ask my eyes, ask my nose. Deadened ears by sonic-choos. See the boxes of Kleenex in every room of this house. And two more months of this cranial hell.
Today I continue my focus on the genealogy and construction of the ancestry of the Aldridge Family line.
Following the lead from the 1851 England Census, see Part 650a,on which it is enumerated that JK’s great-great-great-grandfather Thomas Aldridge was born in “Yorkshire Beverly”. I discovered a microfiche, FHL  with included extractions from microfilm copies of Bishop’s Transcripts from microfilms FHL [0919386-0919387; 0919421 Item 1].
All-things-being-equal there are three Thomas Aldridges; a father, and two sons christened 29 Sep 1809 and 24 Jun 1815, respectively. There are actually a total of 12 children attributed to the parents, gggg-grandparents Thomas and Mary Aldridge. As two of the sons are both named Thomas I would venture a guess, based on my research experience, that the elder Thomas may have passed away in infancy, and that the second Thomas was given the name Thomas in his stead. The second Thomas is who I believe may be JK’s ggg-grandfather.
It can be deduced that JK’s gggg-grandparents may have been Thomas and Mary Aldridge, the identified parents of the 12 Aldridge children.
I have inserted a downloaded image of the printout of the Beverley, Yorks. St. John and St. Martin Christenings, Page 10.
Note that gggg-grandmother Mary's maiden surname may have be Marsingate. Stay tuned.