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Hannah Ivory B. 1725 Great Gaddesden, herts
Looking for information on Hannah Ivory Who married John Crawley in 1745. The couple are my 6 times grand parents. John was born in 1722 also in Great Gaddesden
red mail the true wife of thomas halsey
while researching our family history I discovered the names of 2 wives for thomas halsey(1592-1678) an immigrant to the united states in the earlier part of the 1600s. The wives are 1.Elizabeth Wheeler(1604-1649) or Phebe ( the same dates are shown for her birth and death. The marriage date listed was 1626. I would appreciate any help concerning this mystery. Eve
red mail NORRIS
My 3xgt grandfather was born in Wheathampstead and lived in GG from at least 1807: he was Landlord of the Cock and Bottle from at least 1817 - 1827, but then moved to Widford, then Ivinghoe: he and his wife Eleanor nee Snelling are both buried in GG. I shall be pleased to hear from anyone with a NORRIS connection in the village. Donald
red mail Hoar
My 3xg.grandfather James Green married Jane Whore in 1824 in Redbourn. She was bapt.in Grt.Gaddesden in 1806, her name spelt Hoar. Looking for information on her parents George Hooks Hoar and mother Meriah.
red mail gosbell
looking for any info on gosbell,whom lived in great gaddesden .1780 to 1850.james gosbell married a mary.had about 5 children.he was a coachman
welch
i am looking fro any information on mrs maria welch or her family also her mother and her family ann cooke her mother stanley timothy or rebecca
red mail Batchelor
I am researching my Batchelor family who lived on Gaddesden Row throughout most of the 19c. I and four other recently 'discovered' cousins are descended from SAMUEL BATCHELOR and ELIZABETH CRAWLEY (Redbourn). BATCHELOR has been recorded as BATCHELDOR BACHELOR BACHELER. My side of the family moved to nearby FLAMSTEAD in the 1860's


 
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