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Barton-le-Clay, Barton in the Clay Bedfordshire
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john field or hannah brazier
Trying to trace my family back john field was a farmer who married hannah brazier Barton in the clay and silsoe area any help would be great
red mail Barton -help offered
Interested in connections to Wm Hook -Publican in the Bulland his wife Rebecca nee Arnold, also Thomas Chandler -Tailor and thier familys. I have quite a lot on the village and I am local if any body needs help or look ups. Sue
I am looking for the marriage of Charles Parrott and Nancy Knight in Barton (Co?)possibly in Beds Bucks or Herts June 1863. Nancy was born to Thomas Knight and Lucy Hide in Hitchin, Herts in 1846
red mail Alfred John Thatcher c 1884
I am looking for Alfred John Thatcher c 1884. He married Marion Bell c1876 (my Great grandmother)on 15th Aug 1937 in Mill Hill Middlesex. He died a few months after marraige.His father was called Richard William and was Queen Victorias Waterman.I have no idea where Alfred was born.
red mail Allen Family - Barton, Bedfordshire
Searching for information regarding George Allen b. c1829, Barton, Bedfordshire. Married Hannah Costin but think he may have been married before to Hephzibah ? (1851 Census return). Unable at this point to find George's parents names. Any info would be very much appreciated.
Seeking details of Edward John Beechener of Barton, Bedfordshire. Believe born 1893. Beechener family lived Green Farm, Barton. Edward served in the Bedfordshire Yeomanry from c 1909 to 1918. Believe also a relative was a well-known amateur jockey and married a Robinson in 1932.
red mail Herington
Information on Joseph Herington 1801 of Barton Le Clay with forebears in Pulloxhill, Bedfordshire and Kirdford Surrey

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