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red mail Clark family, 19th. century
I'm intersted in any recollections of the Clark family who lived in the Caenby/ Glentham area,during most of the 19th.century. Peter Clark was an ag.lab.who had 8 children,(Maria b.1811, William b 1813, Rabbina b.1815,Biram b 1817,Eliza b.1819,George b.1821, Robinson b.1825,Ann Caroline b.1827),by his first wife,Jane.Peter's second wife, Hannah,had 6 children,( Mary b1833 was Hannah,s child by a previous relationship),Maria b1836, Jane b.1837,Millicent b.1839, John b.1843,Harriet b.1845.
red mail Clark family - Fanny, Ellen, Byron
Looking for info on my G Grandmother Fanny Clark - in 1881 Census aged 2. Census has her and Ellen (17) as granddaughters of Byron & Eliza Clark. However we have been informed that Ellen was in fact Fanny's mother. Any further info would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
red mail Francis Howsam
I'd be grateful for any information relating to Francis Howsam. He was a shepherd. His daughter, Susannah Howsam married William Snell Clipson (b. 1853) in May 1876.
red mail Thompson
Looking for the parents/marriage of Frank Thompson, born about1800 in Glentham Lincs.Son William Edward moved to Clowne Derbyshire in about1865. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Whitlamb - Wesley
Rev John Whitlamb from Lincolnshire married a Mary Wesley (1696-1734) - Mary's parents were Samuel and Susannah Wesley - any assistance available?
Lincolnshire Roots
My 3rd Greatgrandfather, John Whitlamb was born in Glentham Lincolnshire 18 July 1807. He married Susannah Parkinson 21 November 1833 in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire and had one son George born in England 24 May 1834. There second eldest son John wasborn in America in Cuyahoga County Ohio 02 September 1836. Would love to contact Lincolnshire family.

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