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red mail wheeldon
Any details re the Wheeldon family of North Muskham in the mid 19th Century would be gretly appreciated
red mail Looking for relatives/knowledge of
Does anyone know of the history of The Carpenters Arms in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire between 1890 and 1914. The Beer House licencee was a Henry Woolley. Do you know of, or have any information of the occupants of this establishment around the turn of the century.
red mail Elizabeth Cocking m. John Windle
I'm looking for the family of Elizabeth Cocking b. 1818 in North Muskham, Nottinghamshire who married John Windle and are living with Elizabeth's ?parents? Thomas and Elizabeth Cocking on the 1841 census. Elizabeth and John sailed to America (to New York) in 1851 and eventually settled in Michigan in Hillsdale County. If anyone is related to the Windle or Cocking families in this town, please contact me.
red mail Connected to Swinderby?
Seeking to connect John Weightman who married Mary Shaw and ided at Swinderby, Lincs in 1820, with Weightmans from here. He would have been born about 1746, and may have had brothers called William, Hugh & Richard.
any simmons in the area please
red mail Edward Marsh + Family
Would like information on Edward Marsh (b1813 Averham, died 1869) shoemaker who lived in North Muskham with wife Mary Ann Greenwood, and children Betsy, Leah, Rachel, George and Henry.
Weightman - North Muskham
Hoping to contact anyone interested in the Weightman family. Mary Weightman b.1816 to Thomas and Mary Selby married James Wright 1834 at Norwell. Thomas and Mary Selby were master and matron of workhouse at Upton c.1841 to c.1851
red mail Thompson
Wright Thompson born approx 1855 in North Muskham married Mary Ann Patrick in 1872. They then lived in Newark on Trent, Mile End Road, Reading and Manchester with their children. Any info on either of them or their families greatly appreciated.

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