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red mail Seeking US immigrant Samuel Millard
Samuel Millard may have been born in Maulden, Bedfordshire in 1791. He says he is a "gentleman", not a usual American term! I found a Charles Millard, Gent. from Flitton in the 1722 Poll Book. And there are many Millard in Leighton Buzzard. Samuel Millard married Maria Ham (Hamm, Hamen)near Albany, NY and lived most of his life in Boston, MA. His son, Harrison Millard, my g-g-grandfather, was a US Civil War veteran and then a famous composer of religious and military music. I'd appreciate any leads you may offer. Thanks.
red mail Covingtons of Flitwick
I have details of Richard who was born around 1802 and mother was Mary Nee Childs father James born about 1773 any further information would be grateful
red mail Millard, Flitwick
I have a William Millard born c.1781 in Flitwick, married to Mary. They had a son Samuel born c.1811 in Flitton who is my 4xgt grandfather. Does anyone else have these names?
red mail Cook Family
My great-grandfather, Thomas Cook, and his family were recorded in the 1851 England Census in Flitwick. His father was Goerge Cook, and he had a brother Daniel and sisters Elizabeth and Mary. Thomas married Margaret Jane Quick in Ampthill in 1852, and migrated to Australia some time during the 1850's. Any information about any of these family members would be appreciated.
red mail WILLIAM ELLIS OF FLITWICK
Bap. 3rd March 1799. Can anybody let me know what happened to him; where did he end up?
red mail deacon from flitwick
any info on the Deacon family from Flitwick/Steppingley


 
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