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red mail Sharpes of Castle Bytham
I am a descendant of the Sharpes of Little and Castle Bytham and wish to trace the bith of Edward Sharpe who married Elizabeth in 1782. Their son Thomas married Elizabeth Wing in 1810.
red mail Thornton
Louisa Thornton from Castle Bytham was my great grandmother. There should be a family connection to Eva Benstead married to Frank Benstead who lived in Uffington. Does any one know the relationship between these two ladies?
red mail Beecrofts and Sharpes in Castle Bytham
I am researching the beecroft and Sharpe families from Bytham and the surrounding area. Already have a fair amount which I am happy to share,but particularly now looking for siblings and ancestors of Richard Beecroft born 1858.
red mail Turner.Robert
Looking for any information on two Robert Turner's Great Grandfather Robert born 19th September 1843 Castle Bytham & Great Great Grandfather c 1807 also Castle Bytham this Robert married Hannah Atkinson c 1810 married 11th May 1828 Bourne Lincolnshire. Hannah found to be living with brother in law in Peterborough 1861 Census.
red mail Allen - Blacksmith in 1830's
Hi Can anyone tell me if there was a Blacksmith in either of the Bythams during the 1830's - 40's. My Francis Allen was a Blacksmith. I guess there is a possibility he may have worked in a near villages.
red mail Ainger Foster Families
I am looking for any family links for the Ainger Family Francis Born 1801 and Mary Foster His wife from Swinstead area. Looking for any information in their past. They emmigrated to Australia with two daughters around 1855.

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