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Emily Patrick
Emily was my great grandmother born circa 1819 in Overseal. On some censuses she is called Emma. She married a Charles Smith from Donisthorpe. He was a painter and they moved to Birmingham and had Urias (1840), Catherine, Mary, Sarah, Arthur, Henry, then William (1861), who was my great grandfather.
red mail Yates - Overseal,Leicestershire
I'm looking for information on the father of Abraham Yates born 1823 in overseal, who married Elizabeth Butterley in 1846.
red mail ernest dennis
does anyone ernest dennis born in 1875 married elizabeth jane. I think they lived in moira or overseal., went to glossop as a minister and retired to bournemouth died there in 1955-60. anybody know of him.
red mail Old pubs of Overseal
Can anyone tell me the names of the pubs in and around Overseal and Gorsey Leys, Leicestershire - existing ones and the ones that have been knocked down for re-development.
red mail John and Louisa Newbold of Overseal
I'm searching for information about John (born c.1836) and Louisa (his wife) Newbold of Overseal. Their daughter Sarah Louise was my great grandmother. She went to the Isle of Man to work for a family in Port Erin where she met and married my great grandfather James Cregeen. At the time of the 1901 census John had moved to the Isle and was by this time a widower. There is also a connection with the Collier family. John Colier was from Rosliston and his wife Jane was from Overseal. Can anyone help?
red mail Bates - Overseal
Any bates from Overseal. Linked to Ann Bates (1811) from Linton who married William Bestwick. Parents especially.
red mail Bestwick/Bates - Overseal
Looking for any information on Bestwick's from Overseal.


 
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