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John Hames, surveyor
My ancestor Thomas Knight of Chertsey, Surrey, was apprenticed to a John Hames, surveyor, of All Saints Stamford in the late 18th century. I am looking to find any information that might explain Thomas' move to the Chertsey area. One possibility is that John and/or Thomas might have been involved in construction of the Basingstoke Canal in the 1780s and 1790s.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
LEMON family
John Lemon born c1800-1807 Stamford, or possibly a small village in the surrounding area, married Sarah Ann Thompson Dec 3 1827 at St Johns, Stamford. 3 children John James 1829, Sarah Ann 1832 and Jane 1832, family then moved to the Winchester, Hampshire region, any connections from Linconshire or Hampshire sought. Thank you.
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for descendants of this family. in Stamford c1740 onwards, family roamed over southern and eastern counties of England, children born in Norwich and Winchester.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2021
Hare or Rudkin (Stamford Lincs)
My paternal grandmother, Agnes Rudkin, was born Agnes Hare, parents Jane and John Hare. Jane was 29 on the 1881 Census, John aged 27. She was born in Barholm and after she was widdowed she married George Phippen (originally from Greenwich, Kent) who was signalman at Greatford Gate. Agnes married Frank Rudkin (born 1886, son of Levi Rudkin and Eliza Stainby). I have a photo of Jane and George outside the signalbox. I would like to know any information to pass onto dad (also named Frank), but particularly to get further back on Jane's family as dad always insisted his mother's family came from Leeds. The Rudkins appear to come from Empingham and the surrounding areas.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Albert Shaw & Eunice Hudson
I am looking for information on Albert Shaw (believed born 1905) and Eunice Hudson (born Canada 1920). They are believed to have met in Bradford (Yorkshire) and lived in Stamford c.1943. Edward.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Baker
My great great grandfather was Edwin (Edward) Baker born 01/06/1851 in Stamford
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Hayre
Interested in the Hayre family living in Stamford during the 1800's
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2020
Richard Coy b. 1604 in Lincolnshire, died 10 April 1638 in Stamford, Lincolnshire. Married Lucian Lucy Anna Lenton b. Abt 1624, went to the Colonies, remarried in 1640 to Reverend Edward Buckeley b. 1614.
Posted: 2019
red mail Charles James Waters
I am hoping to find out if any of the Waters families living in Stamford today are decendants of Charles James Waters, who married Agnes Baker and had 2 children called Cyril Charles Waters and Frank Baker Waters. Charles James was living in Stamford, but was b. in Tamworth. His father, Charles Waters came from Weston, nr. Bath and was the brother of my ggrandmother, nee Esther Waters. Any information gratefully received.
Post Revised: 2016
I have hit a brick wall! I have a Joshua Jepston Oddy Slater in my tree he was born 1809 and baptised in Stamford. I believe he married a Matilda Robinson in 1834 in Ryhall Rutland. They had a son Joseph b.c. 1835. This couple appear to have separated. I believe Joshua had other children with a lady called Ann. Two children were abandoned and were in Stamford Union Workhouse for a time. Any help would be appreciated. Hope someone has Joshua in their tree! Thanks Pat
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2016

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