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ARMIGER - GRAHAM
Trying to find marriage details,etc, for ARMIGER who married GRAHAM. I know that they have at least 1 child named VINCENT ANTHONY (born ond quarter 1968 Cleethorpes reg dist).Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
BRIAN AND PAMELA WALTERS
Brian lived with his parents at 13 Oslear Crescent Cleethorpes South Humberside. With his wife Pamela they emigrated to Canada, around 1960's ? They lived in Alberta, but i can not contact them.. Many letters have failed to find them.. Have you an address i can use, as i would like to catch up with them again. Last time i met them was in the 70's. I was best man at their wedding! Any help would be very welcome.. Many thanks. Arthur
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2021
Hardiman in Cleethorpes anf Grimsby
I am anxious to find information on my grandfather Joseph Hardiman who was born in Longborough in Gloucestershire in 1860. When he married my grandmother Mary Maria Goodwin in 1905 in Cleethorpes his condition was Widower, and I am not able to find a previous wife for him . I know he left Gloucestershire as a young man, but don't know what happened to him until he re married . He was a carpenter , and at one time had a shop in Cleethorpes.
Posted: 2008, Contact email reconfirmed: 2021
red mail BRIMICOMBE/GOFF
Looking for information on Dorcas Brimicombe married Ernest W Goff in Grimbsy in 1917. In 1916 her address was 113 Poplar Road Cleethorpe given as next of kin for her brother Sidney Charles Brimicombe when he enlisted in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force. Cannot find any children from this marriage or his name on the Commonwealth War Graves site. Dorcas came from Devon not known where Ernest was born. Any information on this couple would be appreciated.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Gertrude Elizabeth Smith nee Smedley
Gertrude Elizabeth Smedley, born 1887, Hull. Parents William Henry Smedley 1863-1935 and Theresa Mary Smedley, nee Smith, 1865-1936. Both parents buried at Cleethorpes where WH Smedley had been a Port Missioner for many years. Daughter, Gertrude Elizabeth married George Ormsby Smith at Grimsby in 1915. Known children of Gertrude and George - June Smith and George Smith are my second cousins once removed. If anyone knows anything of this family I would be very pleased to hear from them.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2018
red mail MACKRILL
Looking for anyone linked to the MACKRILL's of Cleethorpes who may have links to the MACKRILL's in Welton Le Marsh. My MACKRILL's are predominately Welton Le Marsh area. Thanks, Leonard
Posted: 2012, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Fred Holmes
Looking for any information on Fred Holmes who lived in Cleethorpes early 1900's. He married Eleanor Spencer and they were both in Sheffield before this. Also looking for Elizabeth Mirfin who was Eleanor's daughter from a previous marriage, and John Mirfin. Any leads would be appreciated.
red mail William Henry Willingham
I am looking for family history information re the family of Muriel Grace Willingham, daughter of William Henry Willingham of Cleethorpes, a fish merchant. Muriel Grace was born in 1914 married Essel Emel Westman in 1946 at Cleethorpes. He was a Canadian, I assume, there with Canadian forces at the end of World W, USAar II. My son Ian is a great grandsonn of William Henry Willingham. Would appreciate any assistsnce. Best regards, Carol
red mail Nuttell Nuttall
I have information on Nuttell family Grimsby from 1825,before this Benjamin Nuttell lived in Hull. I would love to hear from any descendants.
red mail Broadley's of Cleethorpes 1709 - 1827
Would love to swap notes with you if you have any family history that touches on these family names in Cleethorpes from 1700 - 1850. The Broadley's were fisherman and Weslyean Methodists and were illiterate up until the last part of the 1700's. Thus the family name is spelled in many ways in the Old Clee Parish records. Brodel, Brodle, Brodwell, Broadle, Broddell, Brodell. Yes, oddly enough these names all refer to the same two generations of family that became "Broadley" by 1790. Note that they married into the Hubank and Wardale (Wholdale, Wholdall) families. Would love to hear from you. Note that it appears the Broadley's lived in "Middlethorp" or "Far Thorp" which in each case I believe refers to the old hamlet of Itterby between Oole and Thrunescoe.

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