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red mail Wild's of Brinsley
I have Ann Wild born 1819 in Brinsley, daughter of John Wild. She married William Meakin and had a son named Aaron in 1839. William died and she remarried in 1850 to James Riggott, and had a son named Reuben. I'd love to know Ann'smothers name, and who was the mystery Enoch Wyld age 15 (sp) with her on the 1841 census? (Presume nephew/brother? Cant find him after 1841.)
red mail John Richards, Notts Area
Looking for info on John Richards b 1864 Brinsley, Nr Greasley Nottingham married Catherine (surname unknown) b 1862 in Newthorpe. It is believed they moved to the Wath/Wombwell area of Yorkshire about 1900. Any info Please
red mail Richards,John, Brinsley
Looking for info on John Richards, c 1864 in Brinsley, Nr Greasley m catherine ? In the early 1900's moved up to Yorkshire, with several children.Even the surname of Catherine would be a help. Thanks
red mail Hatton - Jepson Brinsley
Can anyone give me information regarding Peter and Ann Hatton, they came from Ireland and lived in Brinsley in 1851. Also Thomas and Mary Jepson who lived at Brinsley Gin at the same time.
red mail Purdy
I am seeking info on one MARY PURDY who gave birth to ABRAHAM RILEY PURDY, her son born out of wedlock? June 1820 and baptised at Greasley parish church 26 June 1820. At this moment in time this is the limit on my knowledge of my great great grandma. Any help at all would be very much appreciated.
red mail Musgroves and Brentnalls
Have quite a few Musgrove ancestors who lived and were born in Brinsley and Greasley. I believe Joseph Musgrove married Katherine Brentnall in 1803. Any info on the musgrove and Brentnall families would be greatly appreciated.


 
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