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red mail Lane/Kirby
The marriage of William Lane and Ann Kirby took place in Deeping St James on July 17th 1843. Does anyone have information about these two people.
red mail RIPPON
LOOKING FOR DETAILS OF RIPPON FAMILY OF DEEPING ST JAMES. DATING BACK TO AROUND 1750.
red mail Ellis family
Looking for details of or family of Ellis family of Deeping St James and perhaps Nottinghamshire. Particularly Ann Ellis, born 1820 in Deeping, her mother Ann (1801 also Deeping) and father William Ellis born 1796 in Nottinghamshire.
red mail Spriggs family
Looking for family or information of Spriggs family, in particular Hannah Spriggs, born Deeping St James 1841 and married William Rippon of the same village. Also her parents Thomas Spriggs and Ann Ellis Spriggs.
red mail Ann Tiers
Looking for family or information on Ann Tiers born 1750 Deeping St James, married William Rippon of the same village. Or indeed the Tiers family of that general area.
HARRIET HARE BORN 1852
This woman had an illegitimate son John Thomas in 1870. She married a John ? Barnes around 1874. Can anyone tell me the names of the children of that marriage. I have photos of her and what may be her grandchildren but have no information of the Barnes family, though my grandfather took the name and it was my mothers maiden name.
Deeping St. James
Does any one have in their history a family living in any where near Deeping St James who had a son killed by a bull around 1870 to 1875.
red mail Indian Queen pub around 1900
Just wondered if any one knows about a pub called the Indian Queen in Deeping St James around 1900 i believe it may have been in Bridge Street. Would love to know if it is still there as one of my relations Charles Parsonage used to run it
red mail Oldham Family
Does anyone have any information on James Oldham, born Huntingdon ca. 1807, or the Oldham family in general? They were millers and bakers in Deeping St James in the 19th century. I have all the census records from that period, but I'm particularly interested in earlier records and more detailed material. Thanks, Neil
red mail rhymes and pateman
Just starting on Family Search any details of the above names would be greatly appreciated.
red mail John Broughton born Deeping St James c 1808
John Broughton married Amelia Ann Wright at St James' on 16 May 1833. He died about 1890 apr-june in same district. According to the 1841 census they had the following children George b 1840, James b 1837, Jane b 1838, John b 1834, Joseph b 1836, also Mary Ann b 25 July 1841. All at Deeping St James I am trying to trace John Broughton senior b about 1808 but can find no details of birthdate or parents names. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail BINGHAM
LOKKING FOR INFORMATION ON BINGHAMS AND ANDREW IN DEEPING ST JAMES /DEEPING GATE AREA. HAVING PROBLEMS SORTING OUT BINGHAM FAMILY AS SAME CHRISTIAN NAMES WERE USED.


 
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