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red mail windle family
i am looking for any information to do with the William Windle born approx 1806, he married mary ann barker. they had a son William Windle who was married too Ann Watson in 1859. her father was John Watson & Mother Ellen. They had at least 9 children, Esau Windle who married Emily Duckworth (Father James & Mother Mary Widdufe) in 1889, Mary A Windle, Joseph Windle, William Windle, Frances Windle, Elizabeth E Windle, Jane Windle, Henry Windle, Walter Windle, Wilson Windle, Esau had a son my grandfather. All these families were from the Barnoldswick, Earby Thornton areas Any information on any of these would be a great help
red mail Watson
Joseph Watson born Earby 1795 Wife Ellen born 1793 Kellbrook In 1841 lived in Barrowford. In 1851 Old Road Barrowford now Corlass Street. In 1861 Byerden Lane Burnley. Power Loom Weaver
red mail Smith
Looking for Nancy Unknown who married Israel Smith. Israel was born in Lothersdale in 1799 and later lived in Earby.
red mail Earby, WRY.
Israel Smith was born in Earby in 1799 to Ruth Smith but I cannot find anything about Ruth. Would be grateful for any info. Margaret
red mail Watson
My aunt was Elsie Watson B 1906. She married Ruskin Wyn Brown and had 1 daughter, Sheila. They lived in Earby all their married lives. Does anyone know where she was born? Margaret
red mail Jane Wordsworth
Info on Jane Wordsworth (Grandaughter to William Wordsworth) married to Robert Cowburn or Coburn. Children John, Alice, Leonard, Florence, Robert (& possibly Amelia and Mary). Any information appreciated
red mail Kinder
anything on Fred Kinder (or any Kinder family in or around Earby) would be helpful.


 
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