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Plemstall Cheshire
PLEMSTALL. A lonely lane between the meadows brings us to its church, a fascinating place for all who love the beautiful, and one of Cheshire's great surprises. Although its tower is modern, most of the church,... more
 
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red mail John Stafford & Mary Webster/Kinsey
My gx3 grandparents, John & Mary Stafford, are buried in a sarcophagus at the door of St Peter's Plemstall in Cheshire. We're wondering why they're buried at this location. John, a stonemason who may have worked on the "new" church in 1826, died on 24 Feb 1837 and Mary on 20 Nov 1841. Mary was a widow when she married John, her previous marriage being to John Webster. Most of these life events happened in Liverpool, Lancashire. John & Mary had three children, Joseph (b. 1812), John (b. 1815) and Elizabeth (b. 1817). Elizabeth married James Sheldon. Any information on John, born c. 1790, and/or Mary Kinsey, born c. 1776 would be greatly appreciated.
red mail FARRINGTON-OWENS
Looking for information on Emma Farrington. fathers name William. Emma married Charles Owens at St Peters, Plemstall in 1855. I only know of one child, my g grandmother Mary Ann. She married Henry Brown.


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