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red mail Taylors of Brassington
I have a distant ancestor Anthony Taylor who lived in Brassington and married Hannah had son Henry in 1780 who married Elizabeth Moss. There son Robert Taylor was my great great grandad who lived most of his life in Elton with wife Martha Taylor (nee Staley) of Elton.
red mail Flint Family
Am seeking information on the family of Anthony Flint who married Elizabeth? and moved with his family to Biggin, Derbys. in 1781. Any ties with any other FLints? Deborah
red mail Fearn family, Brassington
I am looking for Lydia Mary Fearn, born in 1882 in Brassington, father Benjamin Fearn, mother possibly Elizabeth. Any help appreciated, Sandra.
red mail Spencer Family Brassington - Isle of Man
I'm looking for the parents of Robert Spencer bn.1775. He married Ann Lomas bn.1782 in Brassington and her parents were Mary and Ralph. I know Robert moved to the Isle of Man with his family from Brassington but I'm not sure if he was born there. And we have a family rumour from a great aunt that he is linked with the Chatsworth family. Does anyone have any info?
red mail WATSON, Temperance (Mary) born 1800 Mayfield, Staffordshire
Looking for any information on Temperance WATSON born in Mayfield, Staffordshire in 1800. Her family lived in Brassington Derbyshire where she married Thomas WHEELDON in 1820 at Brassington. Thomas died c1833 after which she remarries to a Reuben Hough born c1822. Thomas Wheeldon had at least 5 children with Temperance (also known as Mary) - John WHEELDON c1820, William WHEELDON c1822,Thomas WHEELDON c1825, George WHEELDON c1827 and Robert WHEELDON c1829. The family moved around living in Dalbury Lees, Brassington, Wyaston, and Yeldersley in Derbyshire over the years. John WHEELDON c1820 may have lived in the Hulland Ward area of Derbyshire. I don't know what happened to George or Robert and would be grateful for any information on any members of this family. I would be willing to share any research with interested parties.
red mail Handley family
I am researching the Handley family of Brassington, descendants of Joseph Handley and Lydia Allsop who married in Brassington on 15 Dec 1800. I would particularly like to find information predating their marriage Thanks, Sue
red mail Walton/Watson
George Walton 1855 - 1937 and Elizabeth Walton (ne. Watson) 1857 - 1929. Lived at Lydgate House, searching for family info e.g. their parents names. Have info of their descendants.
red mail Johnson Family
I am trying to find out about the parents of Annie Johnson born Brassington 1910. I believe Annie lived on a farm with her parents, but later moved to Shirebrook when her mother remarried.She had an older brother.
red mail Ann Walton<1798>born Isle of mann.
Her second husband was Greatorex,she had a son John Walton <1835>.does anyone know who her first husband was?.
red mail Who knows Walton/Taylor
They were both born in Brassington about 1836,Elizabeth taylors,parents were John & Hannah Taylor from Nottingham
red mail WATSON/WHEELDON of Brassington, Derbyshire
Any data on WATSON or WHEELDON families of Brassington, Derbyshire. Already have lots of details on various WATSON & WHEELDON families which I'm willing to share. Cheers
red mail Gregory, Benjamin
Searching for details on Benjamin born circa 1776, family lived at Harborough House, Brassington and were farmers.
red mail Francis Slater, Farmer
Francis Slater, a farmer, married Hannah Wayne in Brassington in December 1821. Would like to know more details about the wedding and Francis Slater.
red mail Wayne Family
Hannah Wayne was baptised in Brassington in 1796, her parents were William and Ann Wayne. Would like to know about this family.
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