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red mail COVINGTON MARSON
I'm seeking the origins of James Covington and Susan Marson, who were married at Walgrave in 1639, they were not born in Walgrave.
red mail Richard Garley
I am trying to find birth/marriage details of Richard Garley who is listed as living in Waters Lodge in the 1851 census, occupation farmers bailiff. I am descended from his eldest son Frederick Garley, b about 1846, who married Edna Ingoldby Chester in July 1874 in Broughton Northants. It would be great to hear from anyone tracing the same or a related line.
red mail John Barrett
Looking for info on ancestors of John Barrett who died in Walgrave in 1819. He was married to Susannah Watson. My line comes throught his son Richard Barrett/Barritt born 1778 in Walgrave.
red mail Looking for my Roots
I'm the grandaughter of Phillip Knight who grew up in the Old & Wargrave area and I am trying to trace my family tree. I know that my grandfathers dad was Edgar knight and his Father was Samuel Knight. I know my grandfather has family still in the area but dont know much about them. would be gratefull for any info.
red mail Lowsby family
I have a Bible, (Society for Promoting Christian Knowlegde), that has 6 names and birthdates for the Lowsby family. It says thet were baptized together at Walgrave, on July 7, 1823
red mail York
William b.1786 (Walgrave) + Elizabeth b.1789 (Welton)had a son George b. 1822 who married Sarah Mabbutt b. 1826 (Hannington). There son Phillip b.1852 went to live in Irchester in 1871 and started the family line of Yorks from Irchester. I am a decendant of this line and would like to hear from other decendants or any person that has information regarding this family.


 
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