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red mail Hornby family
Has anyone any information on the Hornby family who lived in and around the Woodplumpton area in the 19th century, mainly as agricultural workers. Please get in touch if you know anything about this family. Thanks Jean
red mail Hodgkinson
I would like to learn more about a Richard 1598-1633 and his wife Grace Hodgkinson 1602-1634. I believe they were from Woodplumpton, and had a son George b 1624. Does anyone have any more info, please.
red mail Etherington
any info. on Richard Etherington born c.1801. He married Jane Disley. Richards parents were poss. Matthew and Elizabeth Etherington.
red mail Newsham Hall Woodplumpton
Can anyone point me to history of the Hall and its occupants?
red mail Ormerwood
Looking for information on the surname Ormerwood, in the mid 1700, living in Woodplumpton, Inskip, St Micheals on Wyre, and Preston St Johns, I have the census records to 1861/71/81/1901. Im trying to trace the meaning and origin of the surname, in particular John Ormerwood b c1770 who married Margaret Lankey at St Micheals on Wyre 1794, their children Nanny b 1802 Woodplumpton, married James Shorrock. Peter b 1804 Woodplumpton and Thomas b 1807 Woodplumpton, also Thomas b 1835c Inskip. Many thanks
red mail Billington
seeking information on the parents of Leonard Billington b 1751 who married Lydia Garner (b. c 1765) 1782 in Woodplumpton.
red mail Billington
I am reasearching the family name of BILLINGTON who originally came from the village of Woodplumpton, Lancashire. Any information or family connections please get in touch with me. Margaret

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