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red mail LACEY / LACY
I am researching the Lacey family of Gedling / Shelford
red mail Leapers
Does anyone know ant information about the Leaper family from Gedling Notts around end of 18th and early 19th century? I am particurly looking for John Leaper born either 1836 or 1839 and his ancestors. Many thanks - in hope!
red mail William GROCOCK/E
Hi. I am looking for details of William GROCOCK/E m:1616 Gedling,children and parents.Can you help? Thank you. Alan.
red mail Gedling Blacksmith
Has anyone any info, pictures of the Blacksmith in Gedling who was my Grandfather c1942
red mail HOLMES Frederick
Looking for information re family of Frederick Holmes born c 1832 in Gedling, mother Maria Holmes. Frederick convicted of theft at Nottingham Dec 1847 (age15) and sentenced to 7 years. He was sent to Parkhurst on Isle of Wight, and was transported to Australia in 1850.
red mail Bird
Looking for any information about the Bird family. My great grandfather George is believed to have come from Gedling. Any information will be greatly welcome.
red mail Walter Wilkinson Alvey
Walter was baptized on 20 July 1806 in Gedling, he was the son of John Wilkinson Alvey and wife Hannah. Walter's daughter Hannah was born on 28 October 1836 in Carlton and she married John Blood on 27 March 1859 in the parish Church of Saint Mary inNottingham. Walter Alvey was living at Goose Gate and John's father was listed at Carter Gate both in Nottingham. Mother to Hannah at this time is unknown. Walter on 8 August 1841 at Gedling is married to a Ann Newman (nee Barrowcliff)born 1796 in Blidworth. Both later being buried in Ruddington.
red mail Euerby - Martin.
The EUERBY (or EWERBY) FAMILY, of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. My line: I. Mark EUERBY (EWERBY), b. circa 1750, in Wispington, Lincolnshire, d. 1802, in Minting, Lincolnshire (possibly the son or g.son of Edward EUERBY or EWERBY, of West Ashby,Lincolnshire, and a descendant of Robert EUERBY, Kt. / Heralds Roll / FitzWilliam Version), married Mary WOULD, of Thimbleby, Lincolnshire, d. 1798, in Minting (the dau. of William WOULD, of Kirkby-on-Bain, and Mary .......). Their 4th. son: II. Mark EUERBY, b. 1775, Tattershall (Tattershall Castle), Lincolnshire, d. in Car Colston, Notts., married, 15.III.1814 (Gedling, Notts.), Jane SAVIDGE / SAVADGE / SAVAGE, b. 1791, in Carlton, Notts., d. 27.Oct.1850, Car Colston, buried Church of St. Marythe Virgin, Car Colston (the dau. of Samuel SAVIDGE / SAVAGE, of Carlton, d. circa March, 1856, in Car Colston, and Sarah .....). Their 3rd. child & 2nd. dau.: III. Jane EUERBY (EWERBY), b. 1819, Gedling, d. 2.May.1875, Car Colston, buried atChurch of St.Mary, married 29.Dec.1845 (Car Colston), William MARTIN, b. 1820, Beeston, Notts., d. June, 1890, Car Colston, buried at Church of St. Mary (the son of Robert MARTIN, of Beeston, Headmaster/Schoolmaster, and Sarah MARRIOTT, of Car Colsto...
red mail Euerby Family
I am looking for the Euerby family. I know at the moment they came from Gedling, Screveton and Brinsley. They also have ties in Derbyshire and maybe Lincolnshire. Mark Euerby married Jane Savidge in Gedling in 1814. I need to know how many children they had. I know about John christend in 1814. He married a Hannah and I think died in 1883. Many thanks.
red mail Mellows Family
My Mellows ancestors came from this village in Nottinghamshire.
red mail Jane Hucknall
Looking for Bap information on Jane Hucknall. She married Thomas Horsley 13th June 1778 at All Hallows Gedling. I have found plenty of Hucknalls but no Janes. Think she may have been born around 1750 ish.


 
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