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red mail Ford, Christopher and Marilyn
I'm trying to find out any details of my uncle Christopher and his wife Marilyn and their twin boys MIchael and Charles. They lived in "The Manor" Reevesby, Mareham Le Fen (according to the UK telephone directory of 1972). Christopher died around that time in a car accident that was covered in newspapers of the time. I am trying to locate the current whereabouts of my cousins.
red mail Johnson family Mareham le Fen
I have traced my Johnson ancestors back to 1596 in Mareham le Fen. They lived their for at least 300 years. My earliest Johnson up until now is William (3/7/1596) I have traced the direct male line up to my late Grandad James, who was born in Kirton Lincs in 1900. There were also a lot of my Johnsons living in Skillington Lincs, where they remained until around the 1900s.
red mail Donner (Donnor) family Mareham Le Fen
Looking for info on the Donner family who lived at Mareham Le Fen in the late 19th century. David Donner worked as Woodman at Revesby Hall (I believe) was married to Annie (Prestwood) and had 7 children, one of whom was my paternal grandmother. Can't find any info after 1901 census so am interested in period before and after this. Might have some info to swap. Thanks.
red mail Mareham le Fen 18-19th centuries
Names: Lea, Mitchell, Tomlinson, Keal, Stenit
red mail More on the Parratt/Parrot family.
John Parrot married Mary Colson in Tattershall. They had several children in Mareham le Fen. The surviving children were Susanna born 1772, Eustace born 1775 and John born 1782. Mary died in 1783. John married Ann Nash in Coningsby in 1785.
red mail Parrot Family.
Susanna Parrot baptised 22.11.1772, John Parrot baptised 20.2.1774. Parents John and Mary Parrot. Any information welcomed.

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