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red mail Peobe Cole
Looking for information regarding Peobe Cole's parents. She was born in 1801 in Houghton, married William Gilson 19 Mar 1822 in Kings Ripton, died Buckworth 1864.
JOHN INGLE of Houghton, Hunts
Am researching the family of John Ingle of Houghton, Huntingdonshire during the 1800's. His first wife was Alice Tod and she appears with him on the 1841 census. However, in the 1851 census John Ingle is shown as being married to Frances, (widow of Richard Earl). I am unable to find the date of Alice's death or the marriage date of John Ingle to his 2nd wife, Frances. Do they appear in your family tree?
The Greyhound Pub
My great-great grandparents were Henry and Maria Baxter and lived on St. Eves according to the 1881 British census. They ran The Greyhound Pub which is now called The Unicorn. They had three sons, John, Harry, Earnest and Leonard. John is listed asa stone mason, Harry a paperhanger, Earnest, a scholar. Leonard's profession is not listed. In 1899 Earnest Baxter is shown as the licensee of The Greyhound and was still there in 1924. I have a picture of the current Unicorn.
Houghton, Baxter
Mary Baxter, mother of Ernie and John Baxter owned The Red Lion Pub in Houghton. Ernie lived near the mill and raised ducks. John lived in Huntingdon and owned the monument shop there.
red mail Wilmott/willmott/wilmot
Henry And Alice(Pratt)This family baptized chn in both Houghton and Wyton.
red mail Henry Ayre - Blacksmith
Henry Ayre in the Houghton / Hilton / Wyton area during the mid 1800's. His son Henry Amos Ayre was also a Blacksmith and moved to Thurston, Suffolk and was my gt grandfather. He died in Fletton, Peterborough. Anyone researching this family?


 
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