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red mail Bradmore, Nottingham
Looking for any information on William Selby and Mary Pike. I believe a William Pike went to South Africa with John Selby but looking for confirmation on the connection.
red mail Henson alias Hall
Does anyone know why the Henson family who appear in the records of Bradmore, Plumtree, Cotgrave, are sometimes named Henson alias Hall or Hall alias Henson?
red mail Bradmore Notts.
I have details about families named Widdowson, Harwood, Henson etc. I can also help people to find details of other names from this village.
red mail Looking for Selby
I am looking for my ggg grandfather, John Selby who was born in Bradmore, Notts, about 1809. He was the son of William Selby and Mary, maiden name unknown. He had a sister Elizabeth, born about 1805. It's unknown whether there were other children. John and Elizabeth emigrated to South Africa, but as far as I can tell, were not part of the 1820 Settlers, nor do I know whether their parents emigrated as well. John was married in South Africa in November 1843. Any info on William, Mary, John and Elizabeth would be greatly appreciated. I also have this info: Parish Records of Keyworth Co Notts Removal Orders 1731 - 1820.show 11 July 1803, William Selby and Mary his wife and William their child aged about 1 year are legally settled in Bradmore to which locality by law they ought to be sent. Keyworth Parish Church Marriages William Selby of Broughton Sulney and Mary Pike of this parish were married by banns on 23 March 1802. These may or may not be relevant.


 
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