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red mail Sabina Brassington
Thanks to all who replied. Unfortunately I couldnt reply to all, Blasted tablet imploded.
red mail Sabina Brassington
Thomas , eldest sibling of above, census states b1931 Bahia Brazil. Any info as to his parents marriage and why he was born so far away at that time? TIA
red mail Sabina Brassington
Sabina Briddon 1841 census age 2 1851 census age 12 Not on 1861 as Briddon, any marriage recorded circa 51/61 please
GOULD family Parwich
Seeking information about the GOULD family who lived in Parwich, Derbyshire. SARAH GOULD (1807-1871) was a daughter of WILLIAM GOULD (1760-) and she married CHARLES BATE who was a cheese factor in Chester, although they lived in Tarporley, Cheshire, where they raised their family.
Fletcher family Shottlegate
Tracing the Fletcher families in two trees. Hannah Fletcher born Turnditch, 1821 parents Richard Flethcer and Sarah Jenny/Jennens. Baptised All saints Turnditch. Married a Joseph Thompson in Duffield. 2nd Fletcher is Hannah Fletcher born 1823 parents Joseph Fletcher and Ann Statham. Baptised in all Saints Turnditch. Married a George Ricketts in Duffield. I am trying to make a connection between the two families as one is my tree and the other is my husbands tree.
red mail Allison / Bunting Matlock
Elizabeth ALISON b 1620 Matlock, married Lawrence BUNTING b 1620 Their daughter Sarah Cordelia BUNTING was born March 5, 1647 in Derbyshire. I believe she married John WOOLCOT and they had a daughter Ann. Is anyone else researching this line?
red mail Edward Blackham b. 1890 &Ester Maria Blackham b. 1891 Belper Lane End
Any information about these two siblings required urgently.I wish to contact any decendants of Edward urgently.
red mail WEBSTER Matlock
I am searching for details of my gt grandmother Alice Webster born around 1870 in Manchester but living either in Matlock or Bakewell. There is no father mentioned on her marriage certificate in 1904 but her father is recorded as George and deceased at that time. No father is mentioned on her birth certificate but mother's name given as Mary Ann Webster. Family memebrs believe that she had 2 sisters in the Matlock area. There is an Alice Webster in the 1881 census in Bakewell Workhouse aged 10yrs and born in Manchester. There are no other Websters named in the workhouse at that time---did her mother die or did she marry and is no longer called Webster meaning the 2 sisters would be step sisters with a different surname. Does anyone have knowledge of this Alice or the sisters. In 1911 census she is also called Alice Agnes. I would be so grateful for any help as I keep hitting brick walls. Thank You
red mail George Renshaw, Ashbourne, Derbyshire 1845 Ashbourne
Looking for info re my family who emigrated to South Australia. George Renshaw was born abt 1845 in Ashbourne & died in Greenock, South Australia 1906. He came to Australia with his parents, George Renshaw Snr born abt 1805 & Mary (Anne) born 1805, maiden name unknown, on the Barque Macedon in 1849 or 1853. Mary remarried, William John Clark(e) & she died in Greenock South Australia in 1903. Whilst in Australia they lived in Adelaide, Hookina, Kaduna, Silverton, Springfield, Greenock & other mining areas in the District of Clare & Barrossa Valley. George Snr was listed on the younger George's marriage cert to Mary Ann Heaver, Springfield, South Australia in 1868 as being a "Driver" which would sugggest he was still alive, but Mary Renshaw applied for a Widow's Destitute Payment in Gawler in 1862, so not sure if he died or deserted. I have a lot of info to share after they arrived in Australia, but can't find confirmation of them being on The Macedon, other than an anecdote Mary told a South Australian newspaper in 1899. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Naylor or Stubbs of Biggin and Hartington N Q Biggin
The Naylors and Stubbs were farmers / Blacksmiths / horse dealers and Public house owners The Waterloo and the Old Bulls head (Now the Smithy guest house) in the mentioned area. my line of Naylors then moved to fairfield Buxton and on to Chaple-en-le-frith. Any information photos or documents on my Naylor or Stubbs bloodline.

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