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red mail Lilley Village Hertfordshire
Hi I live in Lilley and have started to gather information regarding the village past and present with the idea of putting together a booklet or book. I would love any information regarding my street West Street where I live or any stories photographs you may have. I look forward to hearing from you.
red mail ellen brigham nee brown
ellen brown was born in leominster c1837married william brigham in hull they moved to pimlico london where william was a blacksmith in 1871,having a daughter jane ann born in1868,.after ellen died in 1876 in middlesex william had a son to mary ann in hull yorkshire. Is anyone else looking for my grandparents and family?would dearly wish to know about ellen's family i know her father edward was a carpenterbut nothing else about them.
HARPER Maud Louise
Looking for information on my grandmother, Maud Louise HARPER born 1882 Cockenhoe lived locally until 1911 census where she was cook at the Lilley rectory, employed by the Rev Edward Genge. By 1914 she was known as Maud HILLIER(formerly CAIN) wife of Hubert HILLIER and had a child Patricia Maud born in Abbotts Ann near Andover Hampshire. Can find no record of any marriage. Does anyone know how long she lived at the rectory?
red mail Information req. on Joseph Pateman
I have a lead to England, London, Joseph Pateman and Ann -?-, son is William Pateman born 12-07-1772 in Lilley (Hertford). William was married to Sally Piers (died <1822). William died 7th april 1849 in The Hague (The Netherlands) and was later married to Meijnouwtje van der Willige in The Hague. I am qurious to my partly English roots, so any information is welcome. Last name of Ann could be Ashby. Richard
red mail Frederick Robinson
I am a direct descendant of Frederick Robinson born in Lilley in 1851< His parants George and Dianah and is grandparants John and mary also lived in the village.I beleve he worked on the land, would any one with a connection to this family or know of this family through the history of lilley please contact me thank you.
Clark Family - Lilley Herts
George Clark abt. 1836 Marr Ann (?)born abt 1836 in Cockernhoe (my g-g-g grandparents). Children - Joseph (abt. 1857), James (abt. 1862), George (abt. 1864), Daniel (abt. 1866), Ann (abt. 1869),Harry (abt. 1872), Elizabeth (abt. 1874), Emma (abt. 1876), Fanny (abt. 1880). Joseph marr Ellen (?) (abt. 1861 in Lilley), Had Jane Emma Clark 31 Jan 1886 - she marr Charles Duncan Dewar 19 Dec 1912. I am keen to establish the maiden names of 'married-ins'. Also anyone able to identify any links with 'Herbie' Gower who worked Putteridge Estate as game keeper. Any leads greatly appreciated. Cheers - Clive
red mail Butterfield Family Tree
I am Looking for details on a George Butterfield who married a Joan(e) Hurst about 1640 in Hertfordshire>their marriage birth parents and any thing else.great thanks Josie
James Cherry
James was Christened 15 Jan 1797, m. abt. 1820 probably in Lilley, Herts. Son is William Cherry b. abt 1922 in Lilley, m. to Caroline Jarvis 6 May 1843 in Lilley. Can anyone help me with his spouse?
red mail History Book:- Lilley Herts.
Book title''Between the hills'', short history of the village, can be obtained from the publication section of The Hertfordshire Family History Society.
red mail Lovett
Silas Robert LOVETT, married Sarah WEBB,lived in the village until mid 1980' lived in village, most went to the old village school, all now moved away.Silas and Sarah's Ashes interred in the path of rememerance, at village church.
red mail Webb
In Village From late 1700's to Mid 1900's, any information welcome
red mail Bodsworth
In the village from late 1700's up to mid 1900's, any information welcome.

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