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red mail Matilda Barham
I would like any information on Matilda Barham, christened on Sept 27, 1801 at Virgin Mary, Winfarthing, Her parents were Michael Barham and Sarah, nee Colman/Coleman.
red mail John Fulcher
I am Looking for details on a John William Fulcher who is on the 1911 Census in Welbeck st Mansfield with his wife or partner louisa and also their Daughter Beatrice Emily. On the 1911 census he was born in Winfarthing in about 1861 and he worked as a road Contractor. I would like to find out where he lived and were he had been until his Death in 1946 in Salford Lancashire. I would Also like to Know his wifes maiden name. Her Name was louisa and she was born in Seaton Devon in about 1872 on 1911 census. Johns Daughter Married Ernest Evans in Mansfield in 1908 before moving to salford.
Woodcock Cullum
James Woodcock (b.1777 in Winfarthing) married Mary Cullum (b.1782 in Winfarthing)in the village in 1802.They had 9 children:Harriett (1803),James (1804), Mary (1807), Emily (1809), Job (1811), Israel (1813), Ann (1815),Ephraim (1817) and Ezra (1819). Does anyone have any info about either the Woodcock or Cullum families please.
red mail Munford Family
I have information on family migration to Canada and elsewhere. Regards Ben
red mail thomas self
I am looking for information on Thomas Self- born 1837, in Tibenham. He married Anna Peak and died in Keighley. I would like to know who his parents were and if any of his many children have relatives still living. Thank you.
red mail Robert Reeve
I am looking for any information on Robert Reeve the blacksmith. He was born c1831 and had at least 4 children George Arthur, Frederick, Herbert and Jane.


 
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