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red mail Gunter
hey Does anyone know anything about the Gunter Family that use to live in Ashover
red mail Twigg
I have an ancestor, Elizabeth Ward, who married a William Twigg in Ashover in 1766. I believe they had at least one child, Mary (christened in 1767). Elizabeth died in 1812 in Ashover. I would like to know if they had any other children and also what happened to them.
red mail Hodgkinson
I am trying to find the exact parentage and grand parents of Edmond/Edmund Hodgkinson 1667-1748, who lived and died in Ashover.
red mail Nightingale
I am searching for any information re the Nightingales from Ashover. I know all about Florence Nightingales lineage. But I have an ancestor, Anne Nightingale b 1676 in Ashover, married Edmond Hodgkinson in 1694. Anne is the daughter of Richard & Sarah(Bland) Nightingale. I would like to connect her to Florence's family.
red mail Maxfield/Macksfield
Looking for details of Mary Maxfield bapt. 1798 at Ashover. Parents Thomas Maxfield and Hannah Taylor. Mary married Thomas Hill and they lived at Attercliff cum Darnall, but when did she die? Are you a descendent of Mary and Thomas? Do you have any other info. about this person? If so I would like to hear from you.
red mail Hopkinson's of Ashover
I have Ellen Hopkinson born 1732 in Ashover. She married James Beardow/Bordow (surname changes over time)and had a daughter Ellen in 1757.
red mail John Hopkinson born cica 1796
I am researching the Hopkinson family. I am looking for any information relating to John Hopkinson bc 1796 in Ashover and married Mary Bradley bc 1796 in ? at Ashover church 27/10 1817. I cannot seem to find any information on these families.
red mail Beardow. Fretwell.
In my tree, I have a George Beardow born c1734 in Ashover, Derbys. He married Ellen (maiden name unknown).They had a daughter also called Ellen, born 1757 in Ashover. She married William Fretwell born 1757.
red mail Tarr family
Hello, I am searching for anyone who has information that may help me to understand more about the Tarr family. William Tarr (originally from Mansfield b.1850/1) married a Mary Mowbray (of Ashover b.1852) and lived at Stonedge Ashover from the 1870's onwards to their deaths. They had numerous children, most who fled the area They also later in life (after 1901) owned the Red Lion there. Anyone who has more information, I would be very delighted to hear from. Note: the census of 1881 calls this family Torr, which has caused a few problems while looking them up. Thank you.
red mail featherstone
I'm researching Featherstones - John Goodall Featherstone & family. Kate
red mail Marriott Family
Looking for information on the Marriott family especially the parents/siblings of Joseph Marriott b. c1748 and married Ann Watts. Any info would be great.
George WHEELDON married Sarah SWINDELL 1808. His parents were Edward WHELDON and Martha JOHNSON. Any info?
Henry WHEATCROFT married Lucy WALKER at Ashover 1839. His ancestors were James 1796, Anthony 1763, and another Anthony. Any info?
red mail William Charlesworth & Sarah
Looking for information on William Charlesworth and his wife Sarah. Sarah's maiden name is not known, neither is her birth year or place. It is not known either where or when William was born or when he married Sarah. They had the following children.Sarah 1782, Mary 1784, William 1785, Hannah 1787, Esther 1791 and my 3x great grandfather Isaac born 1792. Any information or help would be greatly appreciated
red mail Babington
I am researching the Babington family of Dethick and Ashover, Derbyshire, and from 1610 in Londonderry where Brutus Babington became Bishop. They are part of my ancestry. Is anyone else researching this family?
red mail Wagstaff/ragg
Any information on William WAGSTAFF born 1650 who married Margaret (W)RAGG 28.4.1679.

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