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red mail Gretton - Thomas and Mary
Thomas Gretton, b 1744, had 7 children with Mary, but have no information on her. Does anyone have the maiden name of my ancestor, and her marriage to Thomas?
red mail LEADBETTER
I am seeking any contact relating to the family name - LEADBETTER - originating from Stowe in Staffordshire. Thank you so much David
red mail Meakin, Stowe; McKenley, West Bromwich
John Meakin of Stowe married Jane Adams in 1856. Some of their children emigrated to the USA in the 1880s, particularly Florence (ca.1875), John (ca.1869) and William (ca.1871). A sister of Florence, married Joseph McKenley in West Bromwich. Their daughter Louisa also emigrated to the US. Being a UK descendant of John and Jane, I should like to contact US or UK descendants of the families for family history/genealogical research.
red mail wardle/leadbetter
i am looking for my gr.grandmother annie wardle her first marriage was to a leadbetter her second to Joseph Barber in 1907 i can't find anything on her 1st marriage or where she was born her father's name was william
red mail perkin
i looking for any history of the perkin family. there was joseph, william, george, catherine,also robert. all lived around sandon, salt and hopton. any iformation would be excellent thank you
red mail Brain/Brayne
Searching for any Brains from abt 1750 to 1901 I have a marriage for Elizabeth Brain to Aaron Griffin 1829 also a marriage for their daughter Harriet griffin and Samuel Brain/Brayne would like to find connection between families
red mail Samuel Perkin
I am looking for information on a samuel Perkin b.1799 in Stowe, Staffs. He was the son of John Perkin and Mary Widnal. Samuel married Martha Haskey of Gayton on 30th January 1822. I believe that Samuel may have been 1 of 9 children. Any help would be appriciated.
red mail Attwood of Stowe
Trying to trace origin of early (c1840-60) bottle, impressed "Attwoods Ginger Beer, Stowe". Were there Attwoods here, or is it another Stowe? Please advise.


 
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