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Eason Horbling
I am looking for the background to Martha Eason, Chrstnd 15/6/1813, who went on to marry William Hall 23/5/1833 in Threekingham, Lincs. I believe her parents were Joseph and Mary Eason, but there seems to be several to pick from. In the 1841 census I have come across Joseph Eason, age 75 and wife Mary, age 50, together with children Jane, John, Emma and Isaac + a John Eason, age 60, who I assume is Joseph's Brother ? There seems to be a substantial difference in ages between Joseph and his wife, which makes me think that he may have married more than once. I have come across a Joseph Eason marrying Mary Phenix/Fenick? in 1793 and also marrying Mary Tupholme in 1815. So...can anyone please say if this is the one and same Joseph, if and when did the first wife die, if there was one, when and where was Joseph born , and who were his parents ? This may be a lot to follow, but I live in hope. Thanks
red mail publican`s Gosberton Clough
Can anyone give me information on Robert Willcock and Abraham Willcock. In the 1865 Kelly`s directories they are both publicans. Robert at the ship Surleet?and Abraham at the Duke of York Risegate. My ancester is a younger brother called Thomas who married a Jemima SMITH
red mail Sarah Johnson of Rippingale Lincs Rippingale
Looking for the Parents of Sarah Johnson and or Siblings, Sarah was born at Rippingale 16 Dec 1807. She Married Joseph Pell at Aslacksby in 1830
red mail dallewater of Threekingham Threekingham
I am researching the family of Dallewater. I am trying to find the parents of Henerey Dallewater who was christened on 29th July 1744 at Threekingham Cum Stow Green, Lincs. All I have for the parents is James and Jane Dallewater (nee ??) Please can anyone help with this brickwall? Any help appreciated. Thank you
red mail Thomas Foster & Susannah Newland Newton
Does anyone have access to a book called "Notes on the Foster Family of Dowsby and Moulton and their Marriage Connections?" If so can someone tell me if Thomas Foster who married Susannah Newland in 1776 in Grantham and had a daughter Ann born 1778 in Newton-in-Aveland who later married William Collins is mentioned in the book?
red mail William Lane and Sarah Throsby, marr 1763 Billingborough
Hi Looking for any descendants of william Lane and Sarah throsby who married at Billingborough, Lincoln, in 1763. Love to hear from descendants of their children, Mary 1764, Jane 1768, William 1761, Charles 1766, Martha 1775, John Lane (my line) 1776, Sarah 1778. My second great Grandfather was Charles Lane son of John of 1776. Charles married MaryAnn Crane in 1823 and in 1825 they went to Newark Upon Trent, Nottingham to raise Bavin 1823, Thomas Crane Lane 1826, Charles William Lane 1829, John Lane 1831 Henry Lane 1835, Frederic Lane 1837, Joseph Lane 1839 (my line) Mary Ann 1841, Martha 1843, William 1845.
red mail Wilson family Dunsby
Emma Wilson born 1850 in Dunsby to William and Eleanor (nee Clark). Youngest of six children. William was an Agr. Labourer. Charles Walter Wilson born 2nd Jan 1866 to Emma. Father unrecorded.
red mail Arthur Johnson b1877 Millthorpe
Looking for info on Arthur Johnson b1877 in Millthorpe. He married Lily Astling b1875 in Claypole, Lincs. They married in 1899 and lived in Claypole, where they had one child, Hugh Loughton Johnson. I'd like to find Arthur's parents or siblings...or anything else about him. Thanks.
red mail GADSBY FAMILY - particularly Florence(Emma) Aslackby
Looking for any information on Gadsby Family who came from Aslackerby, North Rauceby area. They were ag labs although one son joined the army and another the police force mid C19th. Special interest in Florence(Emma) who was adopted. Can anyone help!!! Thankyou.
red mail ellingworth Haconby
William Ellingworth, born Haconby about 1816, married Ann Sharp in 1841. They had a number of children and seem to have been in Horbling in 1881.

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