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Hallam family
Hi I am looking for any information, photos etc regarding the Hallam family who lived at Rosselwood farm, at the end of the 19th century/ beginning of the 20th century. How did they acquire the farm, how long did they have the farm and did they sell it. Any information on the family would be appreciated
Posted: 2021
red mail Wood Family
My 3 X Great-grandmother Mary Wood married Thomas Paulson in 1785 in Oxton. I think she may have been born in nearby Thurgarton in 1758, the daughter of Edward Wood and Frances Shipman. Any help on this matter would be appreciated.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Paulson Family
Looking for anyone with Paulson connections. John bpt. 1792 Thurgarton, married Hannah Fitzgeorge, he was village wheelwright. Thirteen children all baptised in Oxton: Mary (bp.1815)m.Samuel Allen. Elizabeth (bp.1816) m. George Mompesson Heathcote. Thomas (bp.1818). Ann(bp.1819)m.Thomas Leake. Sarah (bp.1821)m.John Rowland Allen. Maria(bp.1823)m.Robert Hall. Melisent(bp.1825)m.William Storey. Edmund(bp.1826)m.Ellen Raby. John(bp.1828)m.Mary Stenson. William(1830-31). Samuel(bp.1831)m.Emma Brookhouse.Hannah(bp.1833)m.George Wragg/Thomas Greaves. Jane(bp.1835)m.Samuel Wibberley.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Frederick Spray
Hi, I am looking for any information please on Frederick Spray who lived in Oxton Nott's and died in the 1990's I believe, and especially his father (also Frederick with possibly a middle name beginning with T) who was born in either Staff's or Nott's in 1912 and died in 1937 aged 25. Parents were Frederick & Susannah (nee Edwards) who lived in Beeston Nott's. Thank you.
red mail Richardson- Strutt
Seeking information on Martha Richardson b 1786 Epperstone Nottinghamshire married to Abraham Strutt b 1791 Oxton d 1851 Oxton. Both buried in Oxton Churchyard. they had 5 children. seeking any information on them or any decendents or relatives.
red mail WHITLOCK - WAGG
LOOKING FOR INFO ON RELATIVES LIVING IN OXTON UNTIL 1950/60'S. TOM WHITLOCK WAS THE VILLAGE COBBLER, LOST HIS LEGS WW1 BUT DIDN'T STOP HIM PLAYING CRICKET FOR THE VILLAGE! MARRIED TO CONSTANCE WAGG (CONNECTED TO WAGGS OF HUCKNALL TORKARD). THEY LIVED AT A COTTAGE NEXT TO THE 'WATER SPLASH'. NO CHILDREN.


 
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