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red mail fenton
I am looking for anyone who has info on the fentons. they are my ancesters on my mothers side. I have done a lot of research on them but have hit an impass. my grandfather was william danial fenton and was the last lamplighter in bassetlaw. He was one of 7 children born to joseph and ann fenton.
red mail Cowling Walkeringham
Have a copy invoice Cowling and Company, Walkeringham dated 1877.
red mail Benjamin Fenton, Walkeringham born 1823
Looking for information on Benjamin Fenton's daughters, Emma Fenton (born 1865) or Hannah Fenton (born 1862). One of them worked at Thorsby Hall as a Housekeeper or in some other role. Can anyone verify this during the 1890 to 1915 Period? It is important to verify as parentage of Harold and Percy is in question (see below). Emma lived with her father at Church End in Walkeringham with her son Harold Fenton (born 1891) and Hannah left for London - her son Percy Fenton (born 1888) abandoned to Benjamin's care. Both Harold and Percy have taken their mother's surname in abscence of any father?
red mail Glew
Trying to find relatives of John Glew born about 1780 in Walkeringham - later moved to South Cave in East Yorkshire.
red mail Cowling
Looking for information on my ggrandfather William Chambers Cowling who was a brick manufacturer in Walkeringham in 1871. I have him and his family in the 1871 census but he died later that year. I also have his marriage but nothing earlier.


 
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