Robert married a Mary Edwards (great Aunt) back in 1809, and had quite a number of children, one being a William Edwards Freeman, who left to run his own grocery shop, just like his father in Great Gale, Robert sen used to work for the Customs and Excise and was born in Manchester.
Tim Edwards, family out of Peterborough, and then Leicester.
That was one side, one other went of to Sheffield, and Robert who ran away from home, ended up on Hemsworth, settling, in Foulby, all his children followed him by becoming Engine Drivers, except Norman who became a Teacher. Ethel his only daughter, married late to a William Smith in Foulby.
Of his sons, only Percy seems to have any that married, both girls, so it's like looking for a needle in a field.
Would be great to know something more of the Middle Railways to.
Lately have traced my Fyson side back to their linking up with the Clayton Family of Lancashire, when a Walter Fyson married an Elizabeth Clayton in 1676 at Wood Ditton, Cambs.
I now live in sleepy Dorset town, not far from where I was born.
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