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red mail Garfield Medbourne
Mr GGrandfather was William Garfield born 1860 to Robert and Jane Garfield in Medbourne, will be pleased to swop information
red mail Payne family of Medbourne
Hello: My ancestor, Benjamin Payne, married (1737) and died (1752) in Burton Overy and I've reason to think he may have come from Medbourne and married late. I'm therefore looking to make contact with any male member of the Payne family of Medbourne, with an established/proven direct descent from that family, who may be willing to compare their Y-DNA with mine, so that I can prove or disprove this connection. Many thanks...
red mail Orme family, Medbourne, Leics
Looking for details Joseph (Jobit) Orme born Medbourne Leics 1852/3 and family. Lived in Horse and Trumpet inn Medbourne, Leics until mid 1870's married Susan (Susannah) nee? in 1876. moved to Thurnby Leics then Cosby Leics about 1880.
red mail Ward family, Medbourne
Thomas Ward was an Ag Lab born Medbourne abt 1796 and died 1869. 1841 address "rectory, Medbourne". He married Susannah Norman and had nine children. Frances b 1821, Francis b 1823, Daniel b 1827, Thomas b 1829, Jane b 1831, Edward b 1834, Roseann b 1836, Amelia b 1839 & Betsy b 1842. Amelia Ward (my g grandmother) moved to Newport Mon about 1858 and gave birth to an illegitimate daughter, Priscilla, in Newport workhouse. I am keen to learn more about the Ward side of the family and would be most grateful for any information.
red mail Ashby
Looking for information on the ASHBY'S of Medbourne cum Holt. William Ashby (b abt 1717) married Mary Palmer (b 1718 in Bringhurst). William's father, also called William, was born around 1699 presumably in Medbourne. William senior married Mary Berridge in 1716 in Medbourne. Any information greatly received.
red mail Thompsons of Medbourne
Hi am looking for any info on the Thompson family wh came from Medbourne in the mid to late 1800's
red mail vendy/vendyback
Originally Vendyback, some branches of the family kept the full name, some shortened it to Vendy.
red mail William Driver
Looking for a William Driver born circa 1762, could have come from the Medbourne area. He had a brother called Samuel.
red mail WALKER- MEDBOURNEcum HOLT, Leicestershire
Jonathan Walker was master of the free school(43yrs)and parish clerk (22yrs). He died in 1820. His family and their offspring favoured some unusual forenames eg Treandaphelia, Shelab,Augustus,Savilla,Bethia. Savilla moved to Manchester sometime before 1863 when she married John Mathars ,my GGG/father. She named one of her daughters Amelia Treandaphelia.I would welcome any info about the Walkers or other Treandaphelias.

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