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Odd Rode Cheshire
ODD RODE. There is nothing odd about it except its name. It lies among the woods and has delightful glimpses of the long lake in the park. The most attractive possession of the church is the striking sculpture... more
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red mail Henry Dale
I'm looking for more information (and parents) for Henry Dale b. 1826 in Odd Rode. I know that he kept The Plough Inn in Alsager around 1860-1880 and was twice married to Charlotte Williams and later Sarah Key.
red mail Maxfield Family,Odd Rode and Northwich.
Looking for any information on my Maxfield family . My great- grandfather was Alfred Maxfield b 1856 d 1897 . He had 11 sons and 1 daughter before he died at the age of 40. Have traced some but not all of his descendants. My grandfather James b 1874 d 1946 was his oldest son. Alfreds other children were William,Sarah,Alfred,Frederick,Joseph,Percy,George,Arthur and Herbert who were twins ,Albert and Luther. Also from my GGG-grandfathers son John b 1840 d 1906 .He had 3 children James,Fanny and charles. Any information would be greatly received as my side of the family became detached in the 1940s and when i started my family tree i only knew my Fathers birthplace and birth date.
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red mail Sumner /Taylor
Anyone know anything about these names from 19th early 20th century around the Odd Rode area. James Taylor married Ellen Bostock of Radnor Hall 1860 .James Taylor came from farming family Hulme Walfield ,brother Ambrose lived Buglawton
red mail SKERRATT
Hi all, looking for any info re Elizabeth Skerratt b 1845 Odd Rode. Parents Thomas b 1804 Alsager and Elizabeth b 1808 Ipstones, Stafford. Cheers Julie

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