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red mail LINE of Wollaston, Northants
I am seeking further info on Selina LINE b.1833 and lived in Wollaston until death in 1869. She had daughter Elizabeth Ann and son William.
red mail Cook's of Wollaston, Northants
My daughter is directlty descended from Joseph Cook born 1839 to John and Hepzibah Cook of Wollaston. John and Hepzibah were born 1807 and 1809, according to the census. Joseph married Caroline, and had a daughter Elizabeth b.1864, plus more children. If anyone else is researching these people, I'd love to hear from you.
red mail Bettles of Wollaston
Thomas Bettles was born in 1738 in Wollaston. His son Thomas was born around 1758. Looking for information on their descendatns and ancestors.
red mail Scroxton of Wollaston
Eusebius Scroxton was born in 1769 in Wollaston, Northamptonshire. His father is Thomas Scroxton who was born in 1738 in Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire. I have taken the line back into the 1650's but would like to compare my research with someone's who has done the same. Also, interest in gaining information on the descendants of Thomas and Eusebius Scroxton.
red mail john walker
Any info on the Walkers of Wollaston. Earliest known was William Walker 1655, had 4 children all born in Wollaston, Northants between 1688 and 1695.
red mail Cox
Researching Robert Marsh Cox born 1825 in Wollaston, Northants.
Pack family in Wollaston Northants.
Would be interested in sharing info re any members of the PACK of Wollaston
red mail loakes,wright,waples,pratt
All my listed family names seem to be from Wollaston or Wellingborough areas. Any info would be appreciated mostly 1750-1850
red mail green, maud
I am trying to find details of maud nutt ( nee green) married frank nutt had a son wilfred,
red mail LOAKES, LOAKE, LOKES or LOKE
I'm looking for any information on the names LOAKES, LOAKE, LOKES or LOKE found in Wollaston before 1800. Particularly Giles son of James. Thanks!


 
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