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Remount Centre
My grandfather served in the first World War at the remount centre based in, I think, the market place of Market Harborough, training horses and mules for the war effort. I would be grateful for any information about this centre and the people who worked there.
red mail Cartwright, James
James Cartwright, spouse Ann Vicars (Vickers) living and dying in Market Harborough from around 1820 until his death around 1855 - if anyone is connected to this family, I should be glad to make contact with them.
red mail payne
Seeking any PAYNES related to George and Sarah payne lived in Market Harborough 1850 onwards, either his brothers or sister Henry, John or Henrriet or his children Harry ,Anne, Florence, George L, Albert edward, or maud, any info will be replyed too
red mail Stableford family of Market Harborough
Any information on the Stableford family of Market Harborough in the early 1800`s. There were three brothers: Thomas Butcher Stableford, Richard Davis Stableford and John Stableford, all alive in 1823. Any information appreciated.
red mail ELAND
My father Frank ELAND was born in Market Harborough even though the family were there for only a short time. i am wondering if they were staying with relatives and I believe there was at least one ELAND family in MH around 1890 -1900. Does anyone have any information about this please?
red mail ELIZABETH BALE
Hello, Seeking any detail, or living contact to my Gt.Grandmother - Elizabeth Bale - born 1843 Husbands Bosworth. Elizabeth Bale - married - Amos Coleman on the 28th April 1878 in the Register Office at Market Harborough. Elizabeth is shown as living in Market Harborough - She also had a Son - Richard Arthur Bale - aged 7 years old at time of marriage - Father Unknown ! Elizabeth had more children - Amos.L.Coleman, Clara Coleman, William Coleman. Please can anyone help ? Thank You.
red mail Market Harborough
Thomas Adams b 1882 27 High Street. Father Robert a Baker m Phoebe Tilley Aug 1872. Interested in early photos of site, locality of cemetry and social history at that time. Family connections in Weedon.
red mail Linnett
Looking for any Linnett's who lived in the Market Harborough area in early 19C
red mail hibbins harry
great grandfather harry hibbins came from this area, moved to Hinckley, kept Liln Kilns pub on A5,Have some history n pics for anyone looking.Connects with Maud Hibbins/ Garratt,Lillian Blyth
red mail Butlin
I am looking for any information on my grandfather, Arthur Butlin, who was born in Market Harborough in 1876, and his brother, Leonard, who was born in 1884.
red mail Bodycoat
Looking for any members of the Bodycoat family who lived in or near Market Harborough.
red mail Buszard
Researching William Buszard born about 1800 - Grocer by trade married to a Mary Smith born about 1805. Son - Henry Buszard born 9 Sept 1838 in Market Harborough. Henry moved to Australia as a Timber Merchant Married Grace Ellen Mitchem. Any information appreciated.
red mail Falkner
My Falkner Ancesors originated from Market Harborough in 1700s. In particlar they were connected with the Congregational Meeting House. My relation, Edward Falkner (b.1777)moved to London. His descendents then set up a building firm in Ossory Road, Southwark, only recently closed. Pleased to hear from anyone connected.
Cartwright
My great grandfather was Charles CARTWRIGHT who was born in Market Harborough in 1839. He married Ann Mozley (Mosley) and they had 6 children that I know of:- Charles James; David; Sarah J; George; Annie Marie; and William. Any contact to exchange information with interested researchers would be most welcome.


 
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