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red mail Rouse family - Hose Leicestershire
I am looking for any information on the Rouse family from Hose in Leicestershire. I have a family - Joseph Rouse 1803 - 1839 ) married Ann Meek ? with 7 children - she ended up as a publican - my main interest is a John Rouse ( possibly his brother ) farmer from Hose born about 1800 - I can find some details of his later children including a Nelson John but I need to link him with one of my ancestors Joseph Rouse born about 1820 who ends up as a builder and then a railway contractor. His daughter Clara Mary gave his background as Hose Leicestershire. Does anyone know where the parish records are kept for this parish ? Thanks to everyone who put me onto the records at family search - I have now found Joseph's baptism in 1823 with father John and mother Mary - I just need to establish whether he is the brother or son of the John Rouse born in 1807 ? still got no surnames for the two marys
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Whalley
Researching this name in Hose, Long Clawson and Goadby Marwood. Any references welcome- especially pre 1600.Unfortunately the manorial records are with The Duke of Rutland and not available for research
red mail Lane family
Researching the Lane family of Croxton Kerrial and Branston but I'm missing the birth of Thomas Lane, son of William born circa 1880. Would love to know who his mother was and where he was born
red mail Hoe, Marsh, Hose, Leicestershire
Looking for Richard Hoe, b. around 1750, married Ann Marsh, and ancestors. Their son Robert emigrated to the US in 1802.


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