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red mail JOHN CLARE 13 July 1793
Trying to find out if i am related to John Clare, the famous poet. If anyone knows any infomation on ancestors or his chilren or even anything about him, i would greatly appricate it.
red mail FIELDING/BEMBRIDGE
Searching for info on Thomas FIELDING who was a bricklayer at Helpston when he married Annie BEMBRIDGE who was a servant from Derby at Helpston in 1925. Thomas' father was Joseph. He had died by the time Thomas and Annie married. Thomas and Annie moved to Deeping St James/Market Deeping where they both died in the 1960s. They had three maybe four children, Audrey, Thomas and Ivy. Audrey married Johnny CLIFT and kept The Lincoln Arms at Spalding, Ivy married Lawrence FRANCE and kept The Walnut Tree at DSJ. Annie had a sister Louisa Jane who used to keep The Blue Bell at Glinton. Any info greatly appreciated.
red mail Thomas Seal
Trying to find out more about Thomas's parents John & Mary. Thomas was born in Helpston in 1830. I think they are down Seal with an "e" on the end.
red mail Tyler in Helpston
I am researching the Tyler family (sometimes Tylor or Tylar) in Helpston from about 1800 onwards. Thomas Tyler married a Mary from Peterborough (probably in Peterborough) and theylived in Helpston from at least 1830ish onwards. My line comes down through their daughter Sarah Ann Tyler b 1835. Thomas Tyler gave his place of birth as Woodcroft/Etton. But I cannot find a birth for him in Helpston. I think there were other Tylers in Helpston around that time who were probably related. Any help or connections welcome.
red mail Dolby
I am researching name of DOLBY in Helpston. Other family names, FRISBY. HILL and SHARPE, also Helpston.
red mail Crowson
I am tracing the Crowson line and need some help. I have reached back as far as John Crowson (1755, Helpston) who married Mary Bullimore (1765, Helpston). His parents could have been John Crowson (c1730, Helpston?) and Sarah Gambol / Gamble (c1730, Helpston?) I have lots more information about Crowsons from Helpston and the surrounding area. Any infomration would be gratefully received.
red mail Bean
I,m trying to trace Mary Bean, born Helpston 1839. I think that her parents were Francis and Jane. She married Richard Hill in Helpston in 1859 Francine


 
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