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red mail James Taylor 29 August 1932
Looking for info about national service of James Taylor born 29 Aug 1932, Coppull, any info gratefully received thank you
red mail Houghton
Edward Houghton (born c.1735) married Betty, and they had at least one daughter, Peggy, in 1766 in Coppull. As the Standish and Coppull parish registers do not show the marriage of Edward and Betty, they probably married elsewhere. Edward seems not baptised in Standish or Coppull. Any info welcome.
red mail Berry
Thomas Berry (born c.1765) married Peggy Houghton (born 1766). They had the following children: Mary (1784-died young),Betty (1787), Peggy (1789-died young), Ann/Nanny (1791, m. Richard Shaw), Catherine/Kitty (1793, m. James Greenhalgh), John (1795, m Mary Broom), Jenny/Jane (1797, didn't marry), Edward (1799), Mary (1801, m. John Westhead), Peggy/Margaret (1803), James (1806), and Joseph (1808, m. Martha Pennington). Any info welcome.
red mail Shaw
Richard Shaw, husbandman then farmer, and his wife Nanny Berry lived in Coppull or the surrounding areas for most of their lives. Their children include: John (1808), Betty (1810), Mary (1813), Margaret/Peggy (1815), Eliza (1817), Thomas (1818), Anne (1822, Richard (1823), James (1825), Caroline (1826), Joseph (1827), Alexander (1829), and Edward (1833).
red mail HIGHAM
Hello, We're seeking descendants of David HIGHAM born c1820 in Leyland and his wife Ellen born c1819 Whittle-le-Woods. David lived until the 1880s and Ellen was still living in 1901. The family lived most of their lives in Whittle-le-Woods & occasionally in Coppull.
Gregory family
looking for relatives of William and Charlotte Gregory from Welch Whittle..They had 7 children.. James William, Frances, Richard, William, Thomas, Wilfred and Harold

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