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red mail mellars
trying to find any info on the family of anne mellars.b. 1800? married a robert wilford in blyth 1827. where did robert come from?
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Hanson Family of Blyth, Nottinghamshire
I am hitting a brick wall with this family, so hope someone can help me. I am look for William Hanson born c1755 I think in Blyth and his wife Martha. They had one daughter to my knowledge, Frances Hanson, who married Charles Lawrence in 1806. Keeping my fingers crossed!
red mail Nettleship family, Blyth, Notts
My great x 3 grandmother was Susanna MARRISON nee NETTLESHIP, born 1815 in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. I have quite an extensive family tree of the Nettleships and would be interested in hearing from anyone who may be related. Kind regards, Helen
red mail Crompton, BLYTH, Notts
Elizabeth Hannah Crompton b, Blyth 1844, married George Glassby, Blyth 1862. It is believed her father was a shoemaker. Further information about her and/or her family would be welcome.
red mail Beestons of Blyth Notts
In the 1901 census my great grandfather ran or worked in a pub called Sherwood Rangers Inn, can anyone tell me if this pub is still there or is it called something else? Thanks Madeline
red mail EMPSON
I have James EMPSON, parents unknown, born Blyth c. 1808. Possible parents Charles and Elizabeth who lived in Blyth in 1841. By 1841 James had moved to South Anston, Yorks WR where he married Sarah BATTERSBY. The family name became EMSON and EMSEN in later generations.

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