Village, Town or County  
 
 
Home
Help
Browse Entries

 

Pickworth Rutland
 
Store this place
Link to this place
 
Old Map of Pickworth
Street Map of Pickworth
 
Places within
Entries from 5 Miles around Pickworth
71-80 of 150
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

Entries around
red mail Aislabee family Stamford
Aislabee family, Stamford, Lincolnshire, c.1700. Any information appreciated.
red mail TEBBUTT Stamford
I'm trying to trace the family of Robert and Rebecca Tebbutt who lived in the Stamford area around 1881. I believe they had 4 children two of whom were named Frederick and Edith. They moved to New Zealand sometime between 1881 and 1893
red mail The GEORGE HOTEL Stamford Stamford
"Keepers of the Monarch of Old Inns" We have recently published this definitive record on the history and landlords of this well known and ancient Posting Inn. The book contains a full list of landlords from the late 15th century and gives an insight into the lives of the staff and their roles within this famous hotel. CharlesI made regular overnight stops at the Inn on his way to York, during the civilwar. The book is priced at £10.99
red mail Marriage lookup Empingham
Can anyone help with marriages at Empingham from 1812 onwards ? I am looking for marriage for Sarah Sophia Pearson and John Hardy around 1815.
red mail JAMES/SHARP Stamford
Looking for any children/grand children from JAMES SHARP. James,s father was William Sharp who was an officer in the army. James had a brother William John Sharp, and sisters Annie Gertrude, Mary Terresa,Florence Edith, Ruth and Kate.
red mail Sarah S Pearson Empingham
I am looking for birth of Sarah S Pearson about 1788 at Empingham, Rutland as stated by her on 1851 census residence Buckminster, Leicestershire or marriage to John Hardy about 1815 maybe Empingham also.
red mail Ludlam family Stamford
I'm tracing the Ludlam family who originated in Laughten en le Morthen in Yorkshire, but one of whom lived in Stamford. My interest is James Ludlam, Collar & Harness maker, St Paul's Street, Stamford, who married Sarah Davis at All Saints Church there in 1815, and who is shown as living there from 1841 til he died in 1866. There is also a Silas Ludlam, born in Stamford around 1826, who was a Carver & Gilder in the High Street (on the map, it seems an extension of St Paul's Street). Silas was married to Ann Oates in Sheffield, after which they moved back to Stamford, where he died in 1864. I can't find a link between Silas and James, apart from the fact that James's son Thomas named HIS son, Silas James Ludlam in 1858! Can anyone throw any light on this mystery? Please!
red mail WILLIAM TAYLOR Ryhall
WILLIAM TAYLOR b 1830 listed in 1861 census as being from RYHALL and in 1891 census from NORTH LUFFENHAM. l have him and his family in census 1861 onwards but am unable to locate them in 1841 or 1851 census. Would love to know more about him, his family, parents, siblings etc.
red mail Busby- Greetham/Oakham Greetham
Looking for any details of a William Busby b.1815 in or around Greetham.He married a Mary Spriggs and had a son also called William b.1835
red mail Adams Stamford
Mary Adams, born according to the census in Stamford about 1792, visited my ancestors the Vernon family in London in 1851. Mary was a widow. I would welcome any connections.

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next
 
Surname GeoSearch

Surname
County
Village/Town
Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries
Upgrade
Renew


To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.





Previous page