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red mail DUGDALE and BAYNES
My GGG grandfather, Ricard DUGDALE b 1738 married Mary BAYNES b 1743 in Melling in 1765. They then went to live in Tatham at the Rufsels farm. Does anyone have any information about them.
red mail William King
Looking for any infomation on William King born Melling around 1796. He moved to the Lake District where he married Mary Oldcorn
red mail Fleetwood Hesketh Bold
Looking for information on Robert Hesketh b 1764 and his father Fleetwood Hesketh b 1738 and mother Frances Bold. Lived at Wennington (or Wellington??) Hall in Lancashire. Robert buried at Poulton Le Fylde
JOSIAH SMITH a shoemaker, b. Melling, Lancs.c.1784 By 1834 he was in Gee Cross, near Hyde, Cheshire. His first wife was Betty Booth and they had issue Joseph, James and Zachariah Booth Smith. His second wife was Sarah (Wild?) and they had further children including Edmund WILD Smith and Robert CHARNLEY Smith. Josiah died in 1856 in Werneth, near Hyde. I believe Josiah to be the son of Josias Smith and Jennet Charnley who were married in Tatham, Lancs. in 1768. I should like to hear from anyone with a connection to this family.
I have a James Houldsworth on my family tree who according to the 1881 census was born in Melling in about 1865, his father was Richard Houldsworth born in Warton, Lancasshire and married to Ann ?.
red mail Turner Of Melling, C.xvii
Seeking ancestry of William Turner of Melling, whose daughter, Alice married James Carus (1636-1687)of Wennington in 1671. James' father, another James, also of Wennington, married in 1635, Alice, daughter of Thomas Craven.

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