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red mail Farmer Family Duston Northampton
I am from a long line of Farmer's from Duston in Northampton and have a vast family tree developing, if anyone has or would like any information on the family please do not hesitate to contact me.
red mail Farmer Family of Duston
Looking for relatives of Herbert T. Farmer from the Duston area; Daughter in Canada is trying to do family history.Please advise if you know of any connection to this family. Thanks in advance.
red mail Katterns
I am researching the Northamptonshire Leach side of my family tree. The Leaches were mainly in the shoe trade in Duston/Dallington/St James End in Northampton. Percy Katterns Leach was born in 1883 to John Leach (father James) and Annie Wagstaff. I have not come across the name Katterns before, but it seems to be a surname which appears rarely in Northants and other counties. I would be interested to hear from anyone with this surname, or whose tree includes it. Many thanks.
red mail REEVE family
Looking for the ancestors of William Reeve who was born in Duston about 1780. He married Ann Jelly in Duston in 1799. Any info on either family greatly appreciated, Jane
red mail JELLY family in DUSTON
Searching for the ancestors of Ann Jelly. She was born in Duston in about 1780, and married William Reeve in 1799. Does anyone know anything about her ancestors?
red mail Valentine, Walter William - missing.
Looking for Walter William Valentine, born Bedford 1848, who was known to be in Duston with wife Ellen and children in 1873. Soon after this, Ellen moved back to Bedford with the children and it is thought that Walter may have stayed on in Northamptonshire (possibly Kettering or Duston) and had a second family, using an assumed surname. Need help to locate Walter (my great grandfather) Any suggestions welcome.
red mail Flavell
John Flavell was believed to be in Duston in about 1837 where he was described as a miller. He later moved to Bell Green, Foleshill, Warwickshire.

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