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red mail Blood and Bird
William Blood of Nottingham did marry Mary Bird of Nether Broughton on 4 April 1768 in Wilford. Seven children are baptised in Nether Broughton. Mary Blood (nee Bird) also will marry Harry Wakeling on 29 October 1794. Mary Bird parents are John Birdand Mary Greasley.
red mail Bird and Greasley
John Bird was born about 1718 in Nether Broughton and married Mary Greasley on 14 september 1739 in Nether Broughton. She was the daughter of Peter Greasley and Katherine Walker. Mary Greasley was born before 16 September 1719 in Nether Broughton anddied about 13 September 1780 also in Nether Broughton. Children: Elinor born 13 September 1741. John born 6 November 1743. Elizabeth born 9 Feb. 1744/45,died 3 July 1749. Mary born 19 November 1748 married William Blood on 4 april 1768.
red mail Daniel Barker/Elizabeth Helmsley (Gill?)
In 1817, Daniel BARKER of Goadby Marwood, Leicestershire, married Elizabeth HELMSLEY, of Nether Broughton. Records indicate that both had been previously widowed. I have Elizabeth's will, in which she mentions her brother Thomas GILL, so I am working on the assumption that her maiden name would have been Gill. Can anyone assist with Elizabeth's origins please, and also the identity and origins of Mr HELMSLEY.
I am researching the BAILEY family in Nether Broughton, particularly in the 18th century. Linked families are GILL and GREAVES. I would be pleased to contact anyone else researching these families, and I am happy to share available informarion.

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