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red mail The Burtons of Derbyshire / Staffordshire
Any information re John Burton born 1720 died 15/12/1792 around Stapenhill / Newhall / Bretby area. Wife Mary 1725-1794. He had children Charles 1755-1821. Lettice 1759-1846, (died a spinster), John 1763-1846 (1st wife possibly Hannah & 2nd wife Ann) and Rebecca 1771-? (married Thomas holbrook). Any information about the Burton family would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
red mail TOON
researching my uncle's family, where I've found his mother's family of TOONs came from Stapenhill, Derby. THOMAS 1810-1871 & HANNAH had I believe 8 children of which I've found marriages for the last two: EMMA to THOMAS ALLAN 1864 (family living Stapenhill on 1881 Census) & WILLIAM who married ELLEN/HELEN/ELEANOR CROSSLEY 1868 (family living Repton 1881) One of thier son THOMAS married ELIZABETH WILMOT 1891 Barnsley. Thier daughter ANNIE TOON married HERBERT BLAKESTON (my uncle's parents)1925 Pontefract. Anyone researching any of these names would like to share info? thanks
red mail Stapenhill Comrades
I am looking for information on Stapenhill Comrades FC c.1920s/1930s. I am particularly interested in Reuben Bromley who played in the position of goalkeeper.
red mail Stapenhill
Has anyone done any work on the Mear family. John Mear, listed in Pigot's Directory as a beer retailer in 1835 in Stapenhill was my GGGrandfather. I am trying to ascertain if he was of the same family as Robert Mear, son of Francis and Elizabeth Mear( buried in Stapenhill churchyard) who was the national Schoolmaster in Stapenhill for many years.
red mail Harold Mulvey
Looking for any information about Harold Mulvey who was a farmers pupil at Stanton House Farm in 1901. The family were called Arnold. Trying to find where he went from there. A fellow pupil was Reginald Bennett from London.
Looking for information on Moses SIDDALLS, born circa 1817 in Burton-on-Trent to Hannah TOON and John SIDDALLS, they were married 14th January 1800 in B-on-T. Moses was a Journeyman Shoemaker, and married at least 3 times, first to Catherine COLLIER,Dec 1840 who died in childbirth ( their son John, died 6 months later), then he married my GGGrandmother Sarah PARKER, who died in 1858 in the Workhouse, from where she had married in 1848, then a Sarah Jane CAUSER in 1861. On the 1871 census he was a News Vender, and I would like to find out if that meant that he was selling newspapers on the street corner or was he selling them from a shop? Moses died in 1879 in the Workhouse. I think that both Sarah & Moses were probably in the WorkhouseInfirmary, but that might be wishful thinking! Any information on any of these names would be extremely welcome. I would like to know what they were like and more about them.

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