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red mail Hicklings of Hoby
John Hickling (employed as a groom) married Mary Waldram (ex of Belgrave) and they lived at the Rutland Arms in Church Lane. They had several daughters and sons (all of which I have details of) One of the daughters Martha (b 1807) married my GGG Grandfather (William Bennett) William was employed as a gardener and I suspect may have met Martha in the workplace OR at the Rutland Arms. Although supposition, I wonder whether all three (John, his daughter and future son-in-law) were employed at The Rectory which is an enormous house opposite the Rutland Arms and as well as having huge gardens had a substantial stable block. If anyone has any knowledge of the people in service at the Rectory I would be very grateful. The Rector was one of the Beresfords from the village.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Felsteads Hoby
Our Felsteads originate from Hoby. Many moved to surrounding villages e.g.Thurmaston and Ab Kettleby and some moved to Burton on Trent to find work in the breweries, as did our Felsteads. We have an extensive family tree now which we are happy to share with any other Felstead researchers.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Samuel Staniforth
I am looking for information about Samuel Staniforth, born in Hoby in 1832(?) and married to Elizabeth Storer. Any information about his parents, siblings(?), spouse, occupation and place of residence would be most welcome.
red mail Hickling family
Interesed in JOHN+MARY Hickling who had a son WILLIAM christened on 29/1/1810 at HOBY
red mail Wolfe, Woolf, Wolf
Interested in any family that has a George Wolfe born 1774 in Hoby. Joined Army in 1794 and served as a Master Gunner, retd and died in 1854. There is a Matthias Wolfe, Lacemaker in this family.

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