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Thomas Dykes
I am hoping that someone out there may be able to make a connection for me. I have had some success recently with an enquiry for a George Dykes, born Corby, Lincolnshire, 1794. It seems that his parents were Thomas Dykes and Mary Brewster, who married in Corby in December 1792. Can anyone confirm, please, that this was the same Thomas Dykes who was born in Bottesford, ( Leicestershire ??) in 1767 and that his parents in turn were John and Ann. We have a bit of confusion in the family that Thomas's father was called Henry and ther are quite a few people about with the same names. Hoping someone can clarify, please.
red mail Catherine ASHER b 1770 Bottesford
Any information on this lady - married to William MONK in 1791
red mail The Bailey's of Bottesford and Croxton Kerrial
Hello everyone. I have recently started to research my family and have just found your site (very interesting). I would be very grateful for any information and/or photo's connected with my family conections to Normanton, Bottesford and Croxton Kerrial. My Great, Great Grandfather was Henry Bailey, born in Bottesford in 1811. Henry married Elizabeth Robinson (also born in Bottesford I believe) in 1831. Thomas Bailey, my great grandfather, was born to Henry and Elizabeth in 1845 and the 1851 census shows them as living in High Street, Bottesford when Thomas was six years old. Thomas, who was a bricklayer, married Harriet Charity (b. 1847 Croxton Kerrial) on 21st September 1870 in Croxton Kerrial (I have lots on info. on the Charity's). Thomas, Harriet & family show up living at 'The Nook, Croxton Kerrial' in the 1881, 1891 and 1901 Censuses but, apart from the birth of my Grandfather, Thomas Henry Bailey, who was born in 1871 in Croxton Kerrial, I can find nothing between 1851 and 1881. My Grandfather, Thomas Henry Bailey, married Sarah Ann Jackson (from Billinghay) in Grantham in 1899. Anything at all would be very much appreciated. Kind regards, Stan
red mail Cragg
Hello, seeking conact with anyone with information on the CRagg families from Bottesford and Nottinghamshire, 1500 through to present day. The family also were in lincolnshire
PICKWORTH FAMILY - BOTTESFORD
RESEARCHING THE PICKWORTH FAMILY - GONE BACK AS FAR AS A RICHARD FROM BOTTESFORD HELP NEEDED.
red mail Unknown stately home
A needlework picture by a pupil at Bottesford School in 1839 of a large Georgian style house with a red roof topped by a gallery with a lake in front. Any ideas about which house this could have been?
red mail Bottesford
The surname Geeson or Gissing or Geesin. connected with this area through marriage. came from Muston Leics.
red mail Dring
Any information on Sarah DRING bpt. 22.12.1782 who married Henry CASTLEDINE 18.4.1808. Her parents were Thomas DRING and Eleanor HOUGHTON.
red mail Challands
I am researching Challands in Bottesford and surrounding parishes. Particularly interested in finding details of the death of Benjamin Challands on 3rd November 1837 when he was 'killed accidentally by the sails of a windmill'. Joanna


 
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