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GOULD family
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.
Ann Alsop
I am searching for Ann Alsop,born c1821, probably near Parwich, Ashbourne. She married James Webster a butcher &/or cattle dealer. He was the son of William Webster, also a butcher/cattle dealer. She worked as a midwife in Parwich for a while.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Emma Ann Twigg
My grandma Emma Ann Twigg was born in Parwich, married Thomas Mather and went to live in Kniveton. Her parents were Samuel Twigg and Ellen ?. Samuels father was also Samuel Twigge (with an 'e' this time) his parents were Samuel Twigge senior born in Parwich in 1841 - he married Mary Berrisford of Hartington in 1862. Samuel Snr's parents were Esther Twigge (1811 Parwich) and Ralph Allsop (1811 parwich). Ralphs father was a farmer John Allsop who also lived in Parwich. Esther eventually married a widower Edward Goodwin of Hartington in 1858. Edward was born in Carlton, Staffs in 1800 and had married Mary Fern in 1828, had many children. Its more than likely that Esthers father was William Webster.
red mail Eliza Webster 1812/Hannah Webster 1821
Does anyone have info on Eliza and Hannah Webster daughters of William Webster (1782) and his wife Lucy (Nee Plant)Born c1791. William is my Gt Gt Gt Grandfather. Regards Ann

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