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Seckers of Marston area early 1600s
I'm searching this for a friend. I have a John Secker at Hampton Court Palace, d. 1785. Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Secker (1693-1768) in his autobiography was 'certain' that John's grandfather (name unknown) was a relative of Thomas' grandfather, Leonard, who was a butcher in Marston & probably born about 1600. I have tons of information on the Seckers (glad to share) but haven't been able to pin down John's parents or grandparents. I think I need someone of this line to connect the dots, so to speak. Would appreciate any help greatly!
red mail Handcock
Looking for information on William and Frances Handcock - both were elementary school teachers and lived in Marston between 1885 through to 1910.
red mail Marston marriage
I am looking for any information on Joseph Banks who married Mary Damms at Marston, near Grantham in 1944. Mary was born 1921 and Joseph in 1909. Mary was a land army girl and is thought to have lived at nearby Denton Lodge.
red mail Wilson family
Has anyone any information on the wilsons of Marston?
Asher
Any information please on Hannah Asher born in Marston in 1805 and married Joseph Catlin. Thankyou
Catlin
Seeking any information please about the family of Hannah and Joseph Catlin of Marston. 1831 to 1901
Flowers of Marston
There are several Flower families on the 1881 Census for Marston.
red mail Flowers
If you have any information on any FLOWERS born in Marston please get in contact
red mail Rowland
I am searching for Edward 1793 John 1784, Elizabeth 1786 and Mary 1783 Rowland. All ere born in Marston Linc. Their dad was an Edward born c 1758. I believe that he might have married a Jane


 
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