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Broxton Cheshire
BROXTON. Somebody has said it is the most confusing village in Cheshire, for who can tell where it begins or ends. It has no church to help us. It lies in the midst of hill country, and on one of its tree-clad ... more
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red mail George Allman born 1812
George Allman b 1812 Duckington had a son John Allman b 1833 Duckington married to Elizabeth ?, had a son George Allman b 1860 married to Mary?, had several children Elizabeth, Hannah, Mary, Amy, Ernest, Albert, Harry and Alice Allman b 1895 who is my grandmother. Would like to find out if any one can fill in the blanks Thanks
red mail Hargrave/Hargraves
Looking for any information about the parents of Samuel Hargrave born about 1800 in Malpas or Broxton, later moved to Chester.Samuel married Ann Smith born about 1795 in North Wales.They had several children, William, Mary and a Samuel who died at two years old.
red mail Lewis at Lower Farm, Broxton
Several generations of LEWIS family lived at Lower Farm Broxton in the 19th Century starting with my 2-g-grandfather William Lewis who was born in Marbury around 1810. My grandmother Marjorie LEWIS was born there in 1892. Her mother was Emily WEAVER. Information about either family would be welcome.

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