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red mail Burrows around mid 1700's
Any info on Burrows/Burrus from Falkingham/Folkingham from the middle of the 1700's onwards. I have Thomas then his son Richard and then another Thomas. I need any info on birth or marriage.
red mail Ann Palmer
According to UK census information there were two Ann Palmers born here in 1830/1 one married William Page from Crowland, the other,Thomas Clifton . Can anyone help me sort out which was which?
Woodford, Ellis
John Woodford married Ann Ellis at Ewerby 25/5/1807. Their daughter Hannah bc1809 Folkingham married George Linsey (bc1807 in Ruskington). Both families had moved to Billingborough. It is believed that George's mother was a Hannah Ellis. I am trying to find out more about the Ellis family from this part of Lincolnshire.
red mail Information required about Cuthbert Edward Bradley and Cuthbert Bede
Cuthbert Edward Bradley (born 2nd April 1861) was an artist and also wrote hunting books. He lived at Folkingham and I believe he may have been the Vicar there. His Father was a victorian writer known by the name of Cuthbert Bede for his books. His real name was Edward Bradley. I have photos of Cuthbert Bede and one of Cuthbert Bradley with his brothers Henry Waldron Bradley (born April 14th 1863) and William Hancocks Bradley (Born March 31st 1862). Any further information would be great. Please contact me if you are interested in this family at all.
red mail Stredder
Josiah Stredder (b.about 1728, Boston, Lincs) and his son, also Josiah, (b. about 1756, Boston) were bakers at 17 Market Place, from about 1759 to 1820 - currently Quaintways Teashop. They gave rise to several generations of Stredders in Folkingham. Children of the elder Josiah, born between about 1754 and 1769 include: Suzannah, Holms, Ann, William, John, Henry Money, Dinah. The following are also said to be the children of the elder, but probably of the young Josiah born between 1781 and 1806: John, Hannah, Frances(Fanny), Edmund, James, Sarah. Many of the latter's offspring moved to Liverpool, Nottingham, or London. Some crossed the Atlantic. Many were master builders.
red mail Money
Money family please help.Cousin Canon Money was rector of Folkingham in the 1960s.
red mail HIND
My grandmother's father Joseph Taylor HIND had the 5 Bells Inn in Folkingham early 1900's.Does anyone have any memories or information about this.

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