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Jackson marriage 1830
I would like to know more about a Luke Jackson who married in Barlow in 1830. His wife was Mary - and her name is transcribed as 'Wonner' but I believe this may be a misreading of 'Horner'. Any information or ideas gratefully received!
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Henricus (Henry) Millington
Trying to find any knowledge on Henry Millington. IGI has him married to a Joan Lowe on 4 Nov.1731 at Barlow. Joan was born on 14 Jan 1709 in Dronfield so one would assume Henry to be of similar age. They had 3 children (all I could find as yet) Samuel b1734, Elizabeth b1732, Thomas b1737 all in Barlow. Any help would be appreciated,
red mail William Lowe
I am trying to trace the birth of William Lowe born Barlow, who married Mary Ann Frith Feb.6, 1837 in Barlow. Mary Ann was a widowed school mistress there in 1881 census.
red mail John Millington and Mary Lea
I am interested in tracing the father of John Millington bpt 25/08/1799 at Great Barlow. IGI has his mother as a Mary Lea but there is no father. At around the same time there were several other Millington children bpt'd showing their father as Thomas Millington. These children included Thomas Millington Bpt 16/11/1794, Betty bpt 22/03/1800, Sarah Bpt 14/05/1909 and Hannah Bpt 01/03/1812. Unfortunately no mother was shown for these.
red mail Lowe Robert
I've reached as far back as Robert Lowe born c1863 and married a lady named Albertina. I'm sure that Barlow was their birthplace. They had at least one son also named Robert who married Annie Goodwin Bradley and eventually settled in Hasland. Does anyone have any other information ?


 
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