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red mail COLLIER family
My great grandmother was Bessie COLLIER born 1876 Crick. Her father was William Collier and her mother was Mary Ann Mawby. Bessie had many siblings but I am really struggling to find informationbor records on them. Especially her sisters, who are. Mary Ann Collier 1863. Catherine Collier 1866. Martha Collier 1869. Annie 1872. Louisa 1873. Also the youngest brother Roger (poss Matthew Roger). All born in Crick. Any help very much appriciated!
red mail Beasley
Trying to trace any history of the Beasley family from Crick. My father is Roland Beasley, his father & mother were Enos & Alice.Rolands grandparents were Thomas & Martha Beasley.
red mail BEASLEY , JOSEPH BORN 1835
Joesph Beasley, born 1835 Crick, emigrated to Whangarei NZ in 1863, His son Tom Married Eileen Maltby and my Grandmother Alice May was one of their 7 children, I would be keen to hear from any of the Beasley family that are still in the UK...
red mail Middleton of Crick, Hardingstone
Looking for information on ancestors or relations of John Middleton, b. 15 Nov 1846 in Crick, Northamptonshire. His wife was Frances Jane Katharine Winnifrith. Most children were born in Rusthall, Speldhurst, Kent. Son John Robert Middleton was born 28 Jun 1867, in Hardingstone, Northamptonshire. John Robert Middelton emmigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1887. Veteran of both South African Conflicts, later served with Royal Canadian Dragoons in WWI.
red mail Currin Family
I am trying to trace the Currin family who lived in Crick in the 1700/1800's. John and Ann (nee Robinson) Currin were possibly the licencees of the Red Lion tavern. Their son John and his wife Ann (nee Twigden) Currin emmigrated to New Zealand in 1842. I would appreciate any information on the Currin family.
MAWBY family
Any info would be welcome. Family seemed to be around Crick,Yelvertoft,Watford and also Arnesby in Leics - early 1800s
red mail H Bromwich
looking for details of this man who is recorded on Crick vilage war memroial as having died in World War 1. Our researches show no trace of him. Help please.
red mail Martin family
Joseph Martin, born 1821 Crick Northamptonshire. At age 32 living in South Weald Essex,labourer,brick fields.Married to Elizabeth from South Weald (she was Elizabeth Kendle before marriage) Lived in Billericay,occupation brick-maker.Died aged 74yrs 1893,Billericay.
red mail Crofts
John Crofts 1766 married elizabeth underwood had a son joseph looking for their Parents
red mail Iliff
My great grandfather Thomas Iliff born in Crick Northampton abt 1831. He had one sister Martha at least who was a School Mistress born in abt 1824. His mother was born in Crick Northampton abt 1790. His father William Thomas wasn't on the 1851 census. Thomas married in Canada in 1863 to Maria Jane Hunt of King Twsp. I would love to hear from anyone with family information.
Crick
I have traced my husbands family back to Crick in 1780's. They have had a connection with Crick before 1850 after this they migrated to the Potteries. Any help with this family greatly appreciated.
red mail DEATH OF CHARLES BRAIN
Killed in an accident on Northampton & Rugby Railway on 16 April 1879. Buried in Crick church-yard 20 April 1879. He was a 'navvy' Aged 23 years. Was there a Methodist chapel in Crick at the time? Any info at all very welcome.
red mail Mount Pleasan tFarm
My mother Margaret Elizabeth Towers was born here on the 14th February 1918. I have been trying to trace her family without much success if anyone knows anything about the family from 1909 please contactme
red mail Robbins
Henry ROBBINS (son of Henry and Miriam) was born in Crick, c.1761.


 
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