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red mail Proctor/Kilshaw
Any information about the Proctor and Kilshaw families past and present. Also Bulman and Graham
red mail BUSH - Heversham with Milnthorpe
Bush - Thomas Burrow Bush lived in this area early and mid 1800's he had 3 sons, one of which was George who moved to London and was a tailor. George is my great grandfather and I would like any information please, there is info that a Bush married an Ann Burrow, this may be a link
red mail CUMPSTON(E), COMPSTON
1615 Agnes CUMPSTON christened. Any family details welcomed
red mail Jenkinson
Ethel Jenkinson lived in Sunny Vale Heversham from about 1910 until her death in 1955. Most people would remember her as the village Sunday School Teacher. Any memories, anecdotes, etc would be very much appreciated. She fostered me during WW2.
red mail Turner
looking for info re: Elizabeth Turner b. 1827 christened 04/02/1827 parents William & Martha ??
red mail Briggs
Looking for birth record of Thomas Briggs, born 1830?..a blacksmith, married in Kent in May 1854 aged 24yrs. Died in Kent August 1854 aged 24yrs. His father was listed as Thomas Briggs, Gardener. No mothers name. Birth/baptism can not be found in Kent. Cheers Ann
red mail Redhead Family
Seeking any Redhead fmily born in Heversham during 19th century.


 
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