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Wrenbury Cheshire
WRENBURY. By a three-cornered green stands its fine 15th century church, with some amusing stone faces outside, and a very pleasing inteiior bright with white walls and many windows. There are box pews with cre... more
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red mail BRETT
My BRETT lot seemed to use St Margaret's church for official occasions: they were Thomas BRETT b.1778 & Phillis nee EATON b. in Marbury. Their children incl: my GGGrandfather Ralph b. 1808 , Georgeana b. 1812 , Phillis b.1810 , Jane b. 1815 , Richard b.1821 Anyone looking at this family?
red mail Glassey
I am looking for information about my Grandfathers family Glassey many of whom came from Wrenbury. Mary and Samuel married in 1807 and Samuel's parents were William and Mary. Any information would be very helpful thank you.
Any information on the Thomassons of Wrenbury would be very welcome, George Thomasson moved with his family from wrenbury between 1851-1861 into Staffordshire. Part of the family owned Frith Hall Farm. Gill
red mail Cliff(e) Foxley King
Researching Cliff (e) /Foxley/King / Family Nantwich/Wrenbury/Sound Cheshire,
red mail SPEED: Chorley, Cheshire
Henry Speed was born in Chorley, Cheshire, in 1809. He may have had a brother, John, born c.1794, in Chorley. In 1830 John married Amy Burrey, also born in Chorley (1810). They moved to Liverpool soon afterwards. Any links appreciated.
red mail Coopers of Wrenbury
Any information about the Cooper family in the 18 & 19 centuries, especially about the ancestors of James Cooper (= Elizabeth Whoolham 1771) would be most welcome.
red mail WHALLEY, Wrenbury, South Cheshire
Richard Whalley (baptised at Wrenbury in 1785) married Jemima Chesworth of Baddiley in 1810. Richard's predecessors were from Aston in Acton by Nantwich. The earliest Whalley I have is, John Whalley (Walley), who married Margaret Alcock at Acton P.C. in 1699. Later Whalleys lived in Wharton and Winsford.
red mail Starkey of Wrenbury
Researching the Starkey family of Wrenbury, Nantwich. Anne Starkey 1527, married Richard Babington in 1555 and produced a son, Brutus who became Bishop of Derry in 1610. Anne was the daughter of Richard Starkey of Wrenbury who was born about 1500. The Babingtons are ancestors of mine. Does anyone know about the Starkey family?

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