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red mail Butcher family in Market Harborough.
Thomas Butcher, a carpenter, died in 1780. His family included daughters Elizabeth,Sarah and Ruth, all unmarried in 1780, and Mary, wife of Isaac Botby (not sure of spelling). He had a nephew Thomas Burch, son of his sister Elizabeth Burch (Butcher). His wife must have died before him. He left property in Market Harborough, Wilbarston, and a place that I cannor read properly but looks like Salloughton (anyone know the correct spelling?). Witnesses were W. Wartnaby (Senior and Junior) and J. Watron. Any information appreciated.
red mail Barlow family
I am looking for any information about my great, great grandfather, John Barlow who was born in Wilbarston in 1851 and who was a bricklayer. In particular I'm trying to identify the maiden name of his wife, Emily, who was born in Stoke Albany at about the same time.
red mail Family history-NIXON
Iam currently researching my family history and have found out that 2 of my ancestors, JOB NIXON and his father, JOHN,lived in Wilbarston from about 1750 to 1771 . Job was born in Wilbarston in 1756.Iwould like to contact anyone who has local records to see if there are references to Nixons for this period. Peter
red mail William Driver
It is possible that a William Driver born 1762 came from the area. William was married at Lutterworth in Leicestershire. Any confirmation on Williams birth would be appreciated.
red mail John Hopkins Publican 1841
Does anyone know what the pub might be or have any info on this family John Hopkins b about 1801 wife Hannah nee Shatford b about 1806. they were married in Weekley 1823.
red mail Wilbarston
Researching Smith/Blissitt/Harding of Wilbarston. I also have data on other families there,contact me if interested.

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