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Peter ROBERTS married Susannah SCOTNEY, 1794, Grantham, both were of Spittlegate. Their children, William (b.1795), Charles Scotney (b.1797), Peter (b.1799)used the surname ROBINSON. In 1800, Susannah married William MUSSON (MUSSEN) in Beverley, Yorks. Family emigrated to Canada C1817. Anyone interested in these names? Were there emigration schemes in the area around that time?
red mail Kettle
Trying to find information on my Grandfathers parents. Their names were Edward born c1850 and Mary Ann Kettle nee Kettle born c1850. This was the information on my Grandfathers birth certificate. I cannot find their marriage or any entries on the census for them. My Grandfather was called William and he was born in October 1871.
red mail Challens
Is anyone researching the Challans family from Grantham. This family lived at 33 Grantley Street, Spittlegate, Grantham. I have information which may help.
red mail Wilcox Yard, Spittlegate, Grantham
Does anyone know the location of WILCOX YARD, Spittlegate, Grantham, please?
red mail Cragg family
I am searching for the family of Mary Ann Cragg whose address, in 1856, was Norton Street, Spittlegate, Lincolnshire. Mary married a William Alcock whose occupation in 1856 was a cow-keeper. Are there any contacts who know of this family.
red mail Black Family
George Black & Mary Black (Madden)had a family of 6. John & Sarah (Twins), Susannah,Mary, Frances and George Robert. Frances Married ? Bowen. George Robert married Charlotte Eleanor Watchorn in 1873 and settled in N.Z. what ship and when ?

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