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red mail Hooker (Nettleton/Caistor/Market Rasen)
I'm trying to piece together a family tree of the Hooker family from the North Lincolnshire area. The 19th century male line of the family suddenly grew "Saunderson" in their given names (at least two called "William Saunderson Hooker"). I share the name and am having difficulty tracking down where the Saunderson/Sanderson family became involved with the Hookers.
red mail Robert and Thomas Barkworth
My gtgtgt grandfather was Thomas Barkworth, chemist and druggist who married Margaret Dobson in 1792 in Blackfriars in London. He is described in a 1798 lease/release document for land at Nettleton as the only surviving son of Robert Barkworth of Nettleton.
red mail Hooker
My great-grandfather, Edward HOOKER left Nettleton prior to the 1851 Census. His father - Robert possibly farmed in the area
red mail does anyone remember
Can anyone remember the Laverick family living Nettleton Top I lived there 1937 with Mum Dad and Grandads family Grandad Percy Laverick Nellie and Edward(Ted) Laverick were my parents name I would love to see old photos of house and area
red mail Quickfall
The Quickfall's came from Nettleton. Francis Wickford Quickfall married Ann Grantham of Nettleton in 1761. They had 12 children between 1762 & 1785. Sarah born 23/5/1780 was my husbands gt/gt/gt grandmother.
Coulbeck
The William Coulbeck family lived in Nettleton in the 1870's. William was my great great grandfather, Robert Winn was my great grandfather, there was another son Charles born in 1871


 
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