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red mail Plough Inn, BARDNEY
Looking for any information on the Plough Inn, which stood in Potterhanworth fen, by Bardney Ferry. It was mentioned in the BARDNEY RIOT of 1815, but cannot find any other information on it. Can you help, please? Dave
red mail Bardney WW1 Soldiers
Members of Bardney Heritage Group are looking for any information, photographs of the 155 soldiers of WW1,from Bardney, who are named on Bardney War Memorial. We are creating a commemorative file for the community, as a lasting tribute to all those who served or fell. (Particularly: Brackenbury, Brothwell, Brown, Chambers, Chapman, Cowburn, Croft, Dixon, Goodyear, Grantham, Hardwick, Maddison, Pacey, Pollington, Rawson, Sharpe, Sherburn, Smith, Tasker, Taylor, Thompson, Todd, Wheatley, Wilson and Woodcock.)
red mail QUINCEY Blackburn family
I am related to both the QUINCEY and Blackburn families. Susan Webster Blackburn married George QUINCEY. Susan was born 1840 in Louth workhouse(she is my great grandmother) and we believe she was the daughter of Mary Blackburn born 1818 in. BINBROOK. Any other information would be great
red mail Allison and Dixon families Bardney
I am currently researching the Allison and Dixon families who lived in Bardney in the 1800 and 1900's particularly those of William and Matilda Allison and Martha and William Dixon. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who is also researching these families.
red mail Goodyear
George Goodyear b 1810-1886 was a publican at the Red Lion in 1871 census married to Martha(nee Straw but married JohnAistrop before George) George had been married to Sarah Pask previously. I' d love to know who George's parents are? Any clues would be helpful
red mail Black Horse Inn
My great grandmother Kate Maddison was 16 when the 1891 census recorded she lived at the pub - with her father John Maddison, mother Fannie Maddison and 9 brothers and sisters - Herbert (21), Emma, Fred, Ethel, Jack, Richard, Charles, Mary and Jessie (1). I have seen references to other Maddisons and am interested in finding out more. I am still working on how Kate from Bardney met my great grandfather Charles Henry Lund from Bradford.
red mail Dixon - Bardney, Lincolnshire
I have photos of Seth Dixon who was my mothers first husband. Her name was Jenni Bass. Seth had 2 brothers who served in the first world war and one was killed and his name is on the War Memorial in Bardney. I am trying to trace any relatives of Seth's so I can forward on the photos, if anyone can help I'd appreciate it as I hate to throw photos away.
red mail Dinnis/Dennis
James Dinnis born c 1749 married Rebecca Rayson in Bardney on 13th April 1773. She gave him 6 children all christened in Bardney. He then married Sarah Rutley in 1750 and they had another 4 children, but the surname to registered as Dennis. I would be interested in gathering/sharing more information on this family. Bernie
red mail Pollington
I am looking for relatives and records for the Pollingtons, Charles Reginold and Robert James both of whom are mentioned on the Bardney War Memorial (WW1). Also anyone know of a Lowther House in Bardney, (their father was called Lowther Pollington). Thanks
red mail OId photo's of Bardney
Looking for any old copies of photo's of Bardney. My great x 3 grandfather William Willey born 1812, died 1891, was the village shoemaker. Happy to pay any expenses involved. Thanks.
red mail Bardney Lock House William and Henry Hall
William Hall Born Abt 1801 was lock keeper at Bardney 1841 and 1851. His son Henry Arthur Hall was lock keeper in 1861.Looking for anyone with info about the Halls or the lock house.
Dixon family
Searching for any information regarding William Dixon & Elizabeth Fenwick. They're children were: John 1769, William 1773, Sarah 1775, Mary 1778, Thomas 1781, James 1782. My main branch comes from James who married a certain Eleanor. He had 9 children: Elizabeth (1803), Marian (1804), Mary (1807), Harriot (1810), Lucy (1812), William (1814), Isabella (1816), Henry Rylett(1819), Elizabeth 1821, Ann (1823) and Henry (1828). The one named Maria married Jesse Todd (3X gr.grandparents) and Lucy who married John Turner (also 3X gr. grandparents) so one less branch to search....;-) Any information regarding this family will be welcome. Danielle
Denton, Hammer, Hickson
James William DENTON was born in Bardney in 1862. His father was William DENTON, son of Jonathan and Frances Swaby DENTON. His mother was born Mary HAMMER. She first married David HICKS (also known as David HARRISON and David HICKSON), then married William DENTON. I'd like to know when and where her first husband David and her second husband William died. In 1866 or 1867, Mary, her daughter Elizabeth Hickson and her son James William Denton came to the US. I don't know if William Denton came with them.
red mail dawson
I am looking for information on any dawsons that lived in bardney, I know that some lived on Silver Street, and others at The Ferry.
red mail The Phillips Family.
Looking for members of the Phillips family who lived in Bardney during the 17th and 18th century.Particularly descendants of Thomas and Rebecca Phillips. They had children, Eustace, Susanna, Rebecca, Thomas, John and Jonathan.
Willey family
I have several Willey family ancestors with first names such as William, Joseph, Mary, Ann, John, and Sarah. The time periods are extremely similar.
Todd Info
Looking for any info on the following three daughters of Jesse Todd brn 1831 at Bardney: Elizabeth, brn 1859 at Bardney, Ellen brn 1861, and Mary Ann, brn 1873 at Gautby. Any info appreciated. Many thanks, Richard
red mail William H HALL
William H Hall was born Bardney Lincoln in 1857 looking for any ancestory
red mail Willey family from Bardney
My great x 4 grandparents were Benjamin Willey born 1779 and Rebecca Vickers born 1776. They were married in Bardney in 1801 and had 9 children all born in Bardney, Ann 1801, John 1803, Mary 1804, Maria b1807/d1808, Maria 1808, Emmanuel 1811, William 1812 (my great x 3 grandfather) Charlotte 1815 & Sarah 1817. William born 1812 married Lucy Fenwick in 1836 in Bardney and they are both buried in St Lawrence Church, Bardney.William & Lucy had 14 children, John 1837 (my great x 2 grandfather) Sarah 1839, Harriet 1841, Henry 1842, Eliza 1843, Amy 1846, Joseph 1847, George 1849, Solomon b1850/d54, Frank 1852, Miriam b1853/d1854, Solomon b/d 1855, Solomon b/d 1857, Miriam born 1859. John born 1837 (my great x 2 grandfather) married Mary Atkins in 1859 and they had 4 children, George born 1862 (my great-grandfather), Sarah Ann born 1867, Emily born 1868 & Betsy-Ann born 1872. Please contact me if any of these names are familiar to you.
red mail Drabys
Any information regarding the members of the Draby family who lived in Bardney in the 1870's and 80's John Draby worked on the railway,before moving to Fiskerton in the late 1880's
Jesse Todd
Looking for any informations regarding Jesse Todd who was born in 1831. He married Mary Capewell and had 5 children. Any informations would be welcomed. Danielle
red mail Searching For Bardney Families
I have some info on Fountain's from Bardney but would love to find more. I also have some on a Turner family and a Moody family and again would like to find more. Dates start from 1750


 
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