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red mail Johnson, spavold
My grandma Audrey sturman (nee Johnson)was born and raised in whitwell, she has 2 sisters Joyce who is no longer with us and Brenda, their dad was called John (jack) Johnson and their mum was (Agnes)Annie Johnson (nee spavold), Annie's mum was Mary burton spavold. I just wondered if anyone had any information on my family from whitwell. Thank you
red mail Milner fanily
Has anyone sorted out the relationships of the large MILNER family in Whitwell, Clowne & Elmton in the eigteenth century?
red mail Brunt family of The Cinders farm 1800's.
Any info on Brunt family living at The Cinders Farm, Gypsyhill Lane during the 1800's. Also members of the family living in the village of Whitwell.
red mail Streets Family of Whitwell
I am looking for any information on the Streets family of Whitwell. Thomas and Hannah both born 1860 and their children. Any information would be helpful to my search. Thank you.
red mail Jervis Parkin
Would love to hear from anyone also researching the above individual as I believe he may be connected to the Parkins I am researching but just need a few more clues first. The spelling of his christian name could also be Jarvis or Garvis and he also might have a connection with Norton in Derbyshire and not just Whitwell. Thanks
red mail Butcher family
Butcher family from about 1700 - 1901 living in Whitwell, Elmton and Cresswell.
red mail GUIRDHAM/GUARDHAM
Any information on families with the above surname in Whitwell would be very welcome by a 90 year old descendant.
red mail grundy nook
Does anyone have any info on Grundy Nook at the families that lived there in Whitwell?
red mail Bradshaw
Seeking information on Thomas and Mary Bradshaw of Hall Leys, Whitwell and their descendants. Thomas was at Whitwell from about 1635 until his death in 1660.
red mail Ponsonby / barker
WILLIAM PONSONBY MARRIED BRIDGET BARKER on 1/9/1771 BY LICENCE she was born on 11/8/1748 daughter of ROBERT and ELIZABETH BARKER of WHITWELL DERBYSHIRE she was buried burnby east yorkshire in 1823 aged 75 WILLIAM PONSONBY was curate at whitwell from jan/1766 untill 1771 when he became rector of burnby east yorkshire untill his death july/1814 aged 72 he's buried next to the alter in the burnby church their children were nancy1772, elizabeth1773, emilia1775, john1777, mary1779, bridget1782, william1784, harriet1789, charlotte1792 would like information on william's parents
Michael E. Higgins
I would be grateful for any information concerning Michael E. Higgins who was killed on 7th October 1961, South of France. I belive he was killed in a Air Crash, I would be very interested in any information concerning the Crash Investigation
red mail JOE HENRY COWLISHAW
JOE HENRY COWLISHAW born 07.12.1830, parents JOHN COWLISHAW AND MARY COWLISHAW (NEE MAPPIN)married 1828 Sheffield. JOE HENRY COWLISHAW had a connection with Whitwell somewhere between the period approx. 1840 - 1850 aged 10 - 20, therefore could have been a scholar. Does anyone know anything
red mail Gee Family of firbeck
I am looking for information on the Gee family of firbeck and Whitwell anyone with information on this family please contact me.
red mail BARTHOLOMEW
Looking for Williams parents.... 1. William BARTHOLOMEW was born 1790c , Killamarsh, Derbyshire , England. He married Hannah DURHAM on 7th Apr 1817 at St. Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England Children were; 2i. William 1820c christened 18th Jan 1 820 ii Elizabeth 1822c 20th Jan 1822 iii Thomas 1823c 2nd Nov 1823 iv George 1825c 10th April 1825 v Edward 1826c 10th Sep 1826 2i. William BARTHOLOMEW was born 1820c Killamarsh Derbyshire and married Mary GLOSSOP on 1st July 1850 at Whitwell Parish Church Derbyshire. Children were; i Sarah 17th November 1850 Whitwell 3ii Francis 31st October 1852 Whitwell iii Thomas 7th September 1856 Elmton iv William 4th April 1858 Elmton v Robert 4th March 1860 Elmton vi Edward 13th October 1861 Elmton vii John Thomas 1871/72 Creswell
Unwin / Whyles family
my family have lived in Whitwell and Creswell for generations I would be gratefull for any one who has info on my family
Unwin Whyles
I was born in Whitwell in 1944 my name Stan Unwin my family have lived in Whitwell for a generations my mother was Doris Unwin (nee Whyles) my Father Samuel Unwin My grandfather Joseph Whyles grand mother Rebecca Whyles, My grandfather was also William Unwin, I would be Grateful to anyone Who has any info on my family.
red mail NORMAN family
John NORMAN, the son of William and Ann Coup, was a wheelwright who married Mary GREGORY. Both were born in the late 1700's. Their son William NORMAN was born in Ranskill c. 1813, but the family returned to Whitwell probably about 1820.
red mail ANN LEGATT
Can anyone help me trace information on Ann Leggatt of Whitwell? She married Samuel Levick,on 29/10/1827 but sadly seems to have died after having three sons to him. He married again. One of her sons may have also been called Samuel Levick, Christened on 19th June 1831. Who were his brothers? What happened to them after their Mother died. I have found no records of her death, but Samuel Levick remarried on 31st May 1838. Who raised them?
red mail LEVICK
Can anyone tell me about Samuel LEVICK's two wives. I believe he was married to an Ann Leggatt around 1830, and had three sons. One of them may have also been called Samuel. Who were the other two? and what happened to them when their Mother died.Did she die? Samuel married again in 1838 to Mary Simpson of Stockwell. They had three daughters - possibly Mary, Ann and Caroline. Caroline married Enoch Blower and had four? daughters.
red mail Wells Waller Pitchfork Cresswell
Anyone have any information on these names in the 1800's.
Gee And Lowe
Charles LOWE married Mary COCKING 1842 Samuel GEE born 1811. Researching.


 
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