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red mail Kirton/Curtin/Curtain/Curten in Wimblington
Looking for any connection of Kirton in Wimblington. They may have come from Lincolnshire. Some of them moved to other parishes near Wimblington. Names Randolph William James
Fishers, Bailey, Low/ Lowe, Kinwood, in Wimblington
i,m looking for relatives of my grandfather William Fisher b 8.3.1871 in Wimblington, his Father was George Fisher and his mother is we think susan nee Bailey.
My ggrandparents, George SETCHFIELD and Lizzie HOLLAND were married in Nth Wichford abt Dec 1898. Lizzie's mother was Hannah EDIS abt.1846 and father John HOLLAND abt.1846. George's mother was Ann Smith abt.1847 and father James Setchfield abt.1840 possibly son of Rebecca Setchfield.
red mail Any info Saberton family
My grandfather was Cecil Robert Saberton born 1920 died 1989 would like to know more about his family
red mail Parkinson in Nailsea
John Parkinson b. abt 1755 in Hatfield, Doncaster? married Hannah Maskill in Bedminster in 16 apr.1780 or 1790, they lived in Nailsea and had a daughter Sarah and a son Thomas b. 1791. Official searches tell me they cannot find them. Info comes from 2nd great-grandfathers diary. Thomas later married Sarah Jenkins from Somerset, he was a cordwainer. Does anyone one know of them, trade, address, any other info? Corinne in Oz
red mail Morris and Short Families
Any information welcome. Morris family moved from Lincolnshire to farm beside the Sixteen Foot River. Father Richard. Sons included Hugh and Marshall. Also Isaac Short, born Northampton.
red mail Parkinson
My great great grandfather was John Parkinson who was born in Wimblington on 20/5/1862
red mail Thom'p'son Family
Robert Thompson {farmer}b.1818 Wimblington d.1881. He married Diana Watkinson in 1852.The 1871 census shows them living in Rosemary Cottage. Their daughter Julia Watkinson Thompson, was my great grandmother, I would be pleased to exchange information

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