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red mail Maddocks, Williams, Edgerton, Walters, Lyster, Groom
looking for info on these families from Shropshire area 1600 -1800s or earlier! :)
red mail Stubbs Family
Trying to link a Joseph Stubbs born circa 1815/16 with a William Stubbs. A William married Sarah Ikin in either 1802 or 1803 which is the nearest possible link at Moreton Say. Can anyone confirm this please. Also the Stubbs or Stubs family before the 1800's in this area seems largely to comprise of the children of Thomas and Mary Stubbs. There was a William born in 1761 but he also died that year. They had Margery,Mary,John,Anne,Susanna,Sarah,Joseph and George between the years 1733-1768. Thanks.
red mail Penlington Family in Moreton Say
Hi looking for any info on Joseph Penlington and his wife Hannah. They had 6 children between 1791 and 1804. Their youngest Alexander married Elizabeth Vaughan in 1822 and Elizabeth chitwood in 1829. Thanks
HORTON family
I am researching the HORTON (John b1796 and Sarah b1791)family who lived on New Street Lane all their married lives. John was a beershop keeper and farmer. Their children were William b1814 married Martha DAVENPORT, Ann b1815 married Joseph HOLDING, Robert b1816 married Elizabeth ?, Thomas b1820 married Elizabeth MADDOX, and Sarah b1826.
red mail hill family
looking for anyone who has ties with the hill family of moreton say or moreton wood area
red mail Gregory - Williams
Thomas Wms married Deborah Gregory here in 1827, both baptised here in 1806. Thomas > Thomas (1831) Market Drayton > Henry Eccleshall (1863) > Joseph (1887) my grandfather Birkenhead > Liverpool. Information about either family?
red mail Furnival
Looking for anyone who might have information on the family of John and Eliz Furnival.My gr grandmother was Sara Ann and married George Walton they moved to Liverpool. Also John had a sister Martha who married Amos Bonell they sailed to Canada in 1834.


 
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