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I am researching the name LATHAM, which I have traced to the early 1800's - I think! Knowing that the Latham name was prominent in that era, I was troubled to discover that there was two branches of the family, with a recurring firstname (but spelled slightly differently) in both. The first spelling is COLTON and the other is COULTON. Other clues are similarly vague: marriages with ELIZABETH's and SARAH's make the task more difficult. If there is anyone who can set me on the correct path, it would be very much appreciated.
Latham, Woore
I am interested in the Latham family from Woore and Gravenhunger. Samuel Latham bap. 1783 married Elizabeth Leighton in 1807
red mail Ravenscroft of Woore
Trying to find information regarding the family of John Ravenscroft, born c1821 Woore, son of Joseph Ravenscroft.
red mail Twemlow
More information on the birth of Ernest John McGowan Twemlow. Ernest was the illig. son of Hannah Twemlow 1870 dau. of William and Mary Twemlow of Talke. Why did she have the child at Woore? Is a christening registered somewhere? Thanx ever so.. David
red mail Twemlow
Desparately seeking Christiana Twemlow who fell from a Spring Cart 1873 and died as a result. I am trying to find where she was buried but not had any luck. Her spouse and some of their children were buried at St Margarets Betley, but no trace of Christiana. Thanx David
Latham's In And Around Woore
I am researching the LATHAM family name circa 1800, from Woore also Gravenhunger Shropshire.
red mail Woore, Shropshire
I was born Audrey Mary Baker at 11 London Rd, Woore in 1929, Parents Roland James Baker and . Jessie May Baker Nee Lea, I am now Audrey Sutcliffe and live in Madeley, Staffs. I am looking for ancesters Baker and Lea

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