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red mail Morris family early 1800's
My Gr Gr Grandfather was James Morris b: abt 1810, d: 1865, Married to a Esther Johnson b: abt 1805, d: 1848 They lived in Muston, Leicestershire, England. They had (10) children all Christened in Muston,Leics, Croxton Keyriel, Leics. I have the children's names and Dates.
I am trying to obtain information on Thomas Jarvis (Jervis) b 1703 in Muston and married top Elizabeth Sampson in 1732. I can trace Elizabeth back to her father John b 1678 and his father another John b abt 1650 but have no details of either John's wife. Any information would be much appreciated
Topps/Durant family
I am looking for information on John Topps born 16th Jan 1851 to Lucy Topps & James Freck, he married Ellen Durant in Muston 6th Nov 1877, they are both descended from the Clay family of Allington, Lincolnshire
red mail Challands of Muston
Donot have much information other than my father remembers his mother coming from Muston.He also recalls his mother Ada was born around 1913 and had sisters Alice,Louie and Lizzie. Any help or connection would be appreciated. Saja
red mail Muston Leicestershire
Robert Geeson born in muston in the ninteenth century. Any other geeson's Geesings, or Gissings.
red mail Calcraft
looking for any information on the calcraft family who farmed in the area for 400 years.
red mail Ernest Creasey (cressy) Buried Muston Victoria
Looking for information on 17 year old Ernest James CREASEY (possibly changed to CRESSY) who is quoted as having died and been buried at "Muston Victoria" in May 1892. Son of James Creasey and Elizabeth Levesley

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