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red mail Mablethorpe (Leicester) Holiday Home for Poor Boys and Girls
Does anyone have old photos (early 20thC)or any information on staff, children, remembrances?
red mail Toder, Mablethorpe Hall
My grandfather Arthur John Curtis Toder (1894-1958) lived at Mablethorpe Hall c.1900-1905. His parents were William Henry Hole Toder (born 1863) and Elizabeth Horner Curtis Toder (b. 1861). I believe the family moved to Louth subsequently -- I have references to them living at Toronto House and Eastfield Lodge. Any information on the family or this house appreciated. Thanks, Ron
red mail Mablethorpe, Bank house
In addition to my previous message I know that my grandfathers brother was Reginald Dabb. Again if anyone has information on him it would be appreciated.
red mail Mablethorpe, Bank House
I am interested in information on Bank House. My Grandfather Stanley Lewis Dabb lived there and was wondering if the house is still there. Also trying to find information on my grandfathers parents, names, birth dates as unfortunately my father never knew is grandparents. My father visited Mablethorpe quite a number of years ago and said at the time the house was still there. Appreciate any help on either the house or the Dabb family who lived there.
red mail RAITHBY
Looking for any info. on the Raithby family who farmed in Mablethorpe 1880s particularly Richard Raithby b. 1850 who died 42 Wellington Road in 1940.Also his son Harry b.1882.
red mail WILYMAN
Looking for any info. about the Wilymans of Mablethorpe 1730-1760, particularly sons named Robert.Would also like to know the origin of the name?
red mail mablethorpe old hall
I am interested in information on the old hall mablethorpe . My grandmother was a childrens nurse maid there in the early part of the 1900s. I believe the family who owned it at this time were named TODER. MY GRANDMOTHER LEFT THE HALL TO GET MARRIED IN 1904 AND I STILL HAVE A PHOTO OF THE Toder Family with their children sent to my grandmother as a xmas card, I have a lovely photo taken with grandmother and one of the other maids .unfortunstly there is no name on the back for her If any one knows of a relative of theres who worked at the hall around this period and think the photo I have might be there relation I would be pleased to send a copy . any information would be welcome. my regards BARBARA
Sydney Coulbeck family - his father was Robert Winn Coulbeck, his brother was Collin (my grandfather). Sydney was born in Yorks Attercliffe approximately 1892.
Baines family
Mary BAINES b. approx 1795. Chr. at Maplethorpe with sisters Deborah and Lydia. Father probably William. Mary wed at Blakeney, Norfolk, in 1812, to Fredrik DE REDDER, then later remarried in 1830 at Castle Acre, Norfolk, to Anthony DREW. Has any one found Mary, Deborah or Lydia in their family. Deborah may have wed someone WARNES and lived in Blakeney also.
red mail Turner
Does anyone have any information about BYRON TURNER - Lay Preacher - married to Annie Elizabeth - children - Mary Elizabeth, William (married and settled in Australia) Nellie (Think it is short for Helen or Ellen) Emily and Alice. They lived on a farm in Mablethorpe approx. 1870 1890 then they moved to Normanton nr. Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
red mail Maria Bell
I have a sampler by Maria dated 1810 age 13. There could be links with Chapel St Leonards, Mumby and Cumberworth. Possibly links with John Keal husband of Mary Ann Willey married 26-7-1855 Alford. Also Thomas Keal and Mary Ann Snell married 25-11-1803 Cumberworth. John Keal was a carrier in the Mumby area evenually becoming a miner in Co Durham till the turn of the century. Does any reader have information linking the above names? I would be very grateful for any details.

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