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red mail GH Dewey Marconi Operator
I am researching the sinking of SS Persia by U38 in 1915. GH Dewey was the Marconi Operator aboard the Persia and woul love to hear from family or anyone who can tell me about him.
Judson family
Researching the name Judson from mid 1600s. Are they the same family who were in Barrow on Soar previously?
red mail Wife's maiden name
Frederick Farnsworth born 1851 in Croxton Kerrial, married a lady called Dorothy, born 1851 in Holbrook, Derbyshire about 1876ish. I have searched and cant find her maiden name. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.....Kind regards
red mail WARD
I am researching this surname in this village
red mail Mackley
William Mackley -born 3 Jun 1798 inn Garthorpe and he died in Nov 1845 in Croxton Kerrial and he married Elizabeth Hebb -born 17 Jan 1799 in Saint Guthlake and she died in Croxton Kerrail in May 1885,William Mackley and Elizabeth Hebb were married in Croxton Kerrail on 25th of Oct 1820
red mail atter
Amey or Amy Atter bc1825 in Croxton Kerrial according to census but have yet to find any records.She married Thomas Bilson 1846 in Melton Mowbray.They were my husband's gg grandparents.
red mail barksby
Help 1841 census shows Croxton Kerrial & Barksby by 1861 census there was just Coxton Kerrial where was Barksby ? any information would help jean
red mail Chester/Dale
Am trying to find out more about George Chester and Margaret Dale. George was born in about 1675 and Margaret in about 1680. They were married on the 31 ? (unfortunately the month is illegible in the Parish Records) 1701 in Croxton Kerrial. I have traced 4 children: Mary born 1702; Elizabeth born 1705; William born 17112 and Margaret born 1714. Would be most appreciative of any information about this family.
red mail Edlin Family
Looking for information on three brothers and their families who immigrated to NewZealand. They were Thomas, George, and Joseph. Variations of spelling are; Edlin/Edlyn/Edlyng.

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