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red mail New Ollerton Cemetery
Further to my post about finding the burial place of ancestors in Ollerton New Cemetery please note my CUTTS Ancestors lived in Ollerton and were buried there I don't have any ancestors with name OLLERTON.
red mail New Ollerton Cemetery
OLLERTON Wishing to find out about an ancestor who may be buried in New Ollerton Cemetery? Then contact the very helpful Burial Clerk at The Town Hall in Ollerton, - with your details, they were very helpful to me in finding my Ollerton Ancestors.
red mail tyler familly
John tyler b1835 marred magaret mary??b1845 trying to discover her maiden name
red mail NEWTON Ollerton
Ann Tudsbury moved from Edwinstowe to Ollerton and married Joseph Newton-they had at least 9 children,including Richard Tudsbury Newton,and mary ann Newton.Their mother ended up running a public house in Mansfield once widowed.Any links with this family ?
red mail Bradford Stiles, Dr in Ollerton c 1873-1895
Information required on Dr Stiles and family who lived in Town Street. Widow known to be living there in 1901. (Son) A Stiles is recorded on War Memorial. Records show Bradford Stiles as being buried with 2 baby sons, but no headstone visible in St Giles Churchyard. Would St Giles burials have taken place in New Ollerton cemetry at that time? Any help appreciated.
red mail Alfred Wiltshire, B Ollerton Notts 1867/68
Seeking information on Alfred Wiltshire who was born to William and Maryann (nee Savill) Wiltshire in Ollerton, 1867/68. Alfred later lived in Egham, Guildford and was postmaster at Witney during the First World War. Any information on the family most welcome. Kim in Tasmania


 
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