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red mail STAMP - Binbrook or Tows
My great-grandmother, Eliza Ann STAMP (father George a labourer) married a Thomas BRUMBY in Rigsby cum Ailby in September 1857 age 20yrs. Subsequent census docs later, show her born in Tows with various spellings and/or Binbrook, Lincs. LDS web site shows her christened St Gabriel's, Binbrook March 1837 - father George & mother Ann. Does anyone have any other info they could pass on to me please?
red mail Pygot
Hi I am looking for a Elizebeth Pygot (or similar) Married a Robert Ellerby 1872 Pontefract area she is listed as being born in Binbrook can any one help
red mail WILSON - Lincolnshire
Have records of Wilsons in and around Binbrook,Donnington-on-Bain,Sealby,Bishop Norton.Earliest,Thomas Wilson married Mary Graves at Tealby.They lived at Bishop Norton.Looking for any relations out there.
red mail Neal,Hammond,Whyman Families
I am looking for any information on these three families.My Gr Grandmother Catherine Elizabeth Neal married George Arthur Hunt in New Zealand 14 april 1881.Her father Robert married Elizabeth Whyman in Binbrook 1852.Her mother was Frances Whyman who married John Hammand of Hobling.In the 1851 cencus they lived in Louth with Sons William and David,and Daughters Rachael and Jane.In the 1841 cencus they were living in Hull Yks.They were quite itinerant as the chidren were born in Billingbro,Sleaford,Hull and Gosberton and Frances was born in Crowland.Roberts parents were probably George and Unice but I suspect she died and he married Henrietta.Any light you can shed on any of these people would be gratefully received.
Brumpton family
I am looking for information about the family of James Brumpton (b 1816) in Binbrook who married Rebecca Simons from Tathwell in 1839. James's father was called William, but there appear to be two William Brumptons in / around Binbrook at the time, and both were married to women called Elizabeth. I'd be grateful for any ideas!
Dixon, Dickinson, Binbrook, Lincs
Am trying to find details of James Dixon b. 1813 and his wife Frances (Fanny) Dickinson b. 1814 in Binbrook - can anyone help?
Frances Dickinson
Am looking for details on a Frances (Fanny) Dickinson, b. Binbrook 1814. She married a James Dixon b.1813 - have no further details on her or her marriage. Can you help?
red mail Taylor / Wright / Hare
I am trying to find any persons who relate to the Taylor family of Binbrook (or Binbrooke as the old records show)and Kelstern and Fotherby, Lincolnshire. If you have any links please contact me.
red mail Tusting
Looking for any information on my ggg grandfather Robert Tusting born 1815 in Binbrook. Father Samuel Tusting, a farmer. Robert married a Mary Keith/Keefe in 1842 in London. Any information on him or any Tusting family in Binbrook would be very much appreciated. Many thanks.
red mail Markham
Looking for information on my ancestral GGgrandparents George MARKHAM 1801-1877 born Binbrook died Ulceby(gggrandfather) Birth/parents in Binbrook not as yet confirmed, St Gabriel & St Mary Bishops Transcripts for 1800-1801 missing/illegible (Info from Lincolnshire Archives) but am sure they were: William MARKHAM 1771-1830 Binbrook Married Jane SEARBY 1770 – 1830 Binbrook. Interested in hearing from any descendants of this couple.
red mail Binbrooke - Riggall
I am looking for details of the Riggall family who I believe lived in the Binbrook area in late 1890,s. My grandfather Fred William Riggall is registered as born in Binbrook 17th July 1898.
red mail Temperance Hall & Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Binbrooke N Lincs : 1891 Population : 1,084 - Has a temperance hall and a reading room.

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