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Dale family - Potton, Bedfordshire
This is probably a long shot, but I have just discovered a potential family member who was living at 63 King's Street, Potton in 1979. Her name was Eileen Rita Dale. I have no idea whether this was her married name or not - the only info I have is that she was the informant on my great aunt's death certificate in 1979 and 63 Kings Street was the address given. I wonder whether anyone might remember a Dale family at that address.
red mail Campling, Tailors in Potton
Jeremiah Campling born 1827 in Norwich moved to Potton with his first wife Anne. He was a tailor. Several of his sons became tailors including Charles Henry (who koved to London) and Harbord who stayed in Potton. Jeremiah had several children and I am interested in any Camplings from Potton.
red mail Bletso/Peacock/Makeham
Does anyone know anything about the following people? Kezia Bletso, daughter of William Bletso from Harrold. She was baptised in Potton c1763.She married John Peacock in Potton 7 Nove 1784. Also her sister Susanna who married Thomas Makeham in 1791 in Potton.
red mail Bass
My Grandmother name of Hephzibah Bass was married in Potton Church 1877. does anyone know of the Bass family from Roxton Bedford? Father William Bass from Eaton Bedfordshire.
red mail Cumberland
seeking any information on William John Cumberland who married a Catherine Keeling in Potton Bedfordshire on 2/10/1843. He died on 20/07/1886 in Melbourne Australia. Would like to find any information on when and where he was born, also details on family and his migration to Australia
SMITH, William,b.1850
William was a farmer,brewer & maltster,per 1891 census at Horne Lane,Potton. m.Elena WHITE, 1880, Kensington,London, 4 daughters,b 1883-88, Mary,Christabel,Grace and Emily. The Smith family seems to have been in Potton for since at least 1800.
red mail Bonness
Hi,Looking for the Boness family from Potton That went to live in Biggleswade,my gg grandmother was Mary Anne Boness b.1856 Biggleswade,father Alfred Boness b.1836 d.1906.His father James Knott Boness b.1800 Potton d.1879 Biggleswade.His father Thomas Boness b.1760 d.1806.Warren Boness b.1702.Edward Boness b.1664 d.1715. love to have conect with any family members. Cheers Sandra
red mail Stonebridge Family
I am looking for background history on the Stonebridge Family. Can anyone help me as the trail for a number of my gt uncles has gone cold. Lewis was my gt grand father with Albert, William, Sidney, Percy and Bertie my gt uncles. Regards Andy
red mail king street
looking for information on nellie schwarze lived in the RED HOUSE ..3 king st.
red mail Gibbs family of Potton
Hello, I have quiate a few members of the Gibbs family living in Market Square, Potton on the 1871-1901 census (never sure how you pluralise that word). They were shoe makers, clickers, lasters etc. There was more than one family living in the square too. Anyone out there related to them? They had marvellous names like Aaron, Moses, Clara, Clarence and then the usual Rose, Charles etc. Get in touch!!!
red mail Brittain and Braybrooks
Looking for any information on Thomas Brittain born 1803, married Mary Ann Braybrooks in 1832 Potton, Bedfordshire.
red mail ALBON
I am looking for any Albon's from Potton without the e on the end ranging from the early 1600's untill now.
I am looking for any information on the families CREAMER and ALLEN 1770's to 2004. I have Jacob Allen father of Mary Creamer Allen b.1835 Potton Bedfordshire, married to George Waigh on the 6th June 1855. Regards Margret.
red mail Astwood
Interested in Astwood in POtton from 1700+

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