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Any information on the Winchesters would be very much welcome as I would like to get to know more about my mothers side of my family
red mail Le Clair
I am hoping to find someone who may have known of or has information about my grandfather Jean Le Clair who lived in Eleanor Street, Grimsby until his death on 1st June 1951. He had worked as an engineer on trawlers in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire and also in Fleetwood so I am assuming that he moved to Grimsby for the same reason. Thanks
Charles W Wilson and Agnes Maud Daynes
Looking for anyone who may know anything about the above couple who married on 30th June 1934 in Grimsby. Charles was 38 and a widower, occupation motor driver Agnes was 39 and a widow, no occupation Particularly interested in establishing the date of death of Charles (morbid I know!) and whether there were any children. Thank you
sylvester Staff
looking for information ref the Sylvester family in Grimsby Rose Staff ( Sylvester nee Smaller) lived in Ropery St Convamore Road, married a George Staff ( mate on the Henricksons Snibbies) Rose at one time lived with her son Frederick Thank you
red mail Whiteleys
Im hoping someone is also related to the Whiteleys- as i can find no information on them despite years of looking George 'friend' (possibly made up) Whiteley born aroun 1864 born in Peterboro according to his marriage details but living and married in Chorlton upon Medlock his second wife Fanny (nee watson) whom he married in 1901 their son George Watson Whiteley born 1901 daughter Constance Whiteley 1910. they appear in 1911 to be in hildyard street grimsby- with another daughter (maybe only of Georges) Florence May Whiteley born in Manchester in 1893. who is living in service in hildyard st working for widow Rose Hayward i know Fanny was born in brinkhill but was married in manchester. Im quite curious to find out what would take someone bewtween lincolnshire and Mancheester- i googled it and i am aware the main train line was put in in 1848 or something, and in 1900 about a third of the UKs fish was being landed in grimsby. the puzzling thing is Fannys family and Georges were farmers, labourers and gardeners. so im struggling to see why they then moved back to limcolnshire. this is quite a family puzzle- since i cant find a death for George Snr- although i know from his daughters marriages that he was already deceased by 1912 and his youngest daughter was born in 1910- so i believe he died somewhere between 1909 and 1912. someone mentioned the mayor J whiteley Wilkin but i think this is a red herring (pardon the pun). anything, anyone?
red mail Ruck
Looking for the Ruck family in Grimsby , originated from Boston , Lincolnshire early 1900's
red mail Anyone remember the surname Bealey
I'm looking for my lost family. My grandad Bealey used to be a trawler man.Back in the 40s His son Raymond Bealey use to work at the VW factory. Around the 50s 60s. then there was my mum Brenda may Bealey. Who married my dad Raymond Maurice Crane..mum had more family but don't remember them. And my dad come from Fishponds in Bristol he was in the Army.
red mail Chapman, Dickinson, Maplethorpe , Pearson, Stevens, Mountain & Hardy family Tree.
Looking for Any information about the Hardy Family. 4x Grandparents John & Sarah Chapman nee Dickinson. Gt gt Grandmother ((Un-married) Hannah Chapman. Grandmother Grace Pearson Hardy nee Stevens, gt Grand Parents Charles Richard Stevens & Kathleen (Kate) Ann Stevens nee Chapman & Gt Gt Grandparents, Hugh John Stevens & Pearson Dickinson Stevens nee Maplethorpe. Grandfather George Albert Hardy, had four Brothers: William M Hardy, Harold Thomas Hardy, Edward Reg Hardy & Frank Hardy (all Born in Grantham),Gt Grandparents William a Thomas Hardy 1865-1909 & Annie Jane Hardy nee Mountain. All from Lincolnshire (Boston,Grimsby, Spalding, Grantham, Freiston & other towns around Lincolnshire). May be a connection in Lancashire too. Would love to hear from any one who knows more about these family's. Many thanks Maz
The Good Family
Some where in Grimsby lived the following family do you know where they are now, David Edward Winsor Good b. 1937C Wife Ruth A weston m 1968 Children: David Anthony b. 1968 Alison Michelle b.1972 Jacqueline Emma b. 1975 not to be confuses with Jacqueline Alison Good .b. 1963 believed to have moved maybe around the Immingham area.
red mail Eli Page b1898 Grimsby
I believe Eli Page born 1898 in Grimsby may be my husbands great grandfather. It seems his mother was Eliza Denovan but have come to a dead end in discovering his father. Any help very much appriciated. Or contact with anyone else rsearching the Page Family from Grimsby.
red mail Cook
Cook family tree As far as I know or think I know should I say , my great granddad John Robert Cook was born in Grimsby and he loved motor bikes , he had his own bike shop in Grimsby named 'cook ' he lived with his wife at Deans Cottages Grimsby but don't know his parents or where they where from , Would love to know, Would like to know if he had any brothers or sisters to, I do have a few Cook names within my notes but dont know where they go in my family tree, Emma cook wife of George Gilbert only daughter of john and Rebecca cook. ? Says in my info that she died age 44 in may 3rd 1894? Daniel cooks? Died 1875? Thomas cook died Jan 13th 1881 his parents also? John and Rebecca cook. Mary ann. cook wife of a john cook from Ingle by had a son William, William died at the age of 13 years 1873? William Lawrence cook his wife Elizabeth cook, they had a son Thomas William cook? Rebecca cook died 1920? 27th cot? If any of these come up with in your family tree or you know any thinging that you think may help me i would love to know, wish you luck with your tree Best wishes Cilicia

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