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red mail ZACHARY
Mary Zachary was born to Samuel & Elizabeth in July 1815 and baptised in the Parish of Gresford in Aug 1815. Samuel was a farmer of Burton and I am wondering who he farmed for. Samuel & Elizabeth do not appear to have married in this parish and I am wondering where they may have married and what Elizabeth's maiden name may have been. I believe they were in the area until the early 1820's when they moved to Oxton in Cheshire. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail ZACHARY of BURTON
Where would I need to look to find out which farm my Samuel ZACHARY would have been a farmer on back in the early 1800's. Irene
red mail James and Catherine (Kate) Clark (nee Jones)
Jame and Catherine were married when they had twins William and Isabel in December 1876. Catherine was born in Lavister but lived for most of her life in Burton with her parents Rowland and Mary Jones. On the 1871 Census James is employed at the Golden Grove Inn and was unmarried. I am trying to find out when and where they got married and when James died. Any info would be appreciated. Many thanks. Regards Jenny
red mail Thomas & Mary Williams 1830-1860
Emma Williams was born in this village in December of 1833. She married Benjamin Nicholas in Chester in 1856 and they lived most of their married life in Saltney where Benjamin worked as a cable maker. In the baptism entry, in Gresford parish records, for Emma her parents were listed as Thomas & Mary Williams. A little earlier in 1831 a brother Charles was born. I am trying to find a marriage entry for Mary & Thomas about 1825 + or - 5 years but cannot locate a likely census record or parish record. Emma's wedding cert gives an address in Chester in 1856. Thomas was a labourer

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