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red mail Ellis, Turnbulls of Moulton
I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has information on my 4 Greats Grandfather, Matthew Ellis, who was born in Moulton around 1756. I believe his parents were William Ellis and Amy ( nee Harvey). Matthew was a Farmer and Grazier and married firstly Mary Footit on June 30th 1796 and secondly Rebecca Barber on Dec 9th 1803, both in Moulton. I am descended from Matthew and his frst wife Mary. Their daughter Sarah (baptised Sept 12th 1796) was my 3 Greats Grandmother. She married William Turnbull on Jan 27th 1820. I have quite a lot of information on the Turnbull family going back to the late C17th if anyone would like this. Best wishes
red mail Death Date - Moulton, Mouton Chapel or Spalding
Hello, I am hoping someone can help me. I have been unsuccessful in finding a death for my gg grandfather. His name was John Henry Ground (sometimes spelled Grounds) He was born in Spalding or Moulton and married Ann Bradford there in 1864. They had many children and moved to Toronto, Canada in the 1880's. Ann died in 1911 and is buried here in Toronto. Her head stone says wife of the late John Ground. Sometime after 1891 and before 1911, he went back to Spalding and died. He was born in 1844, so therefore would have been in his 60's. I ordered a cerificate for a John Ground that died in Doncaster but that wasn't the correct one. Can anyone help me? Regards, Nancy
red mail Butterworth Family
Looking for information on the Butterworth family of Moulton, Lincolnshire. Especially the parentage of Martin Butterworth, born 1779, married Sarah King, he died in 1839 in Moulton. Also would be interested if anyone has seen any graves to the Butterworth family.
Pitts & Clark
Henry Pitts from MOulton,Lincs married Susannah Clark from Fosdye,Lincs.They were parents of Mary Pitts who was the mother of Ann Farmer.Any information on the family,please.
red mail Vincent/Wrangle
John Vincent m Hannah Wrangle at Moulton in 1832. Looking for any info on these two as I have known the above for 20 years but little else other than Hannah wa the daugter of John Wrangle and Jane Waite.I know nothing about John Vincent. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Buffham family Moulton or Moulton Seas End
Searching for information re Frederick Buffham c1879.John Buffham possibly Woodhouse Lane Moulton Seas End c1841.Robert Buffham 1802.
red mail Griggs - Moulton
Lots of Griggs family members lived in Moulton 1800's - and were butchers. My father Les Griggs was a bulb grower in Cobgate Road too, but much later 1950's onwards. Would love to hear from any connections
red mail Sketcher/Scetcher
Trying to trace the marriage of a Samuel SCETCHER/SKETCHER to Rebecca. Samuel was baptised in Moulton where he & Rebecca lived & baptised 5 children: Joseph 1789, Edward 1791, James 1793, Matthew 1793 & Jacob 1796. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail Elizabeth Biggadike
Elizabeth Biggadike was my 3x great grandmother.She was born at either Bourne or Moulton, Lincs approx 1814 and was married to Austin Buffham of Roman Bank, Moulton. Any information on the Biggadikes appreciated. Variant Biggadyke.
red mail Austin Buffham
I am looking for information about an Austin Buffham born abt 1797 in Moulton Lincs. He was an Agricultural labourer,living at Roman Bank Moulton. He was my 3x great grandfather.
red mail John Eugene Savage
Looking for birth of John Eugene Savage, about 1795, married Ann Smalley 1818 in Surfleet. Was School Asst. Moulton 1817/20. Son John Smalley Savage bapt.22/1/1819 and Edward Watson Savage bapt. 5/9/1820
Mashford Family--Moulton near Spalding
Looking for the Mashford family of Moulton near Spalding in the early 19C and prior. Here's a few names from the branch I'm researching, any information whatever would be very helful. Thanks! Thomas and Mary Ann Mashford. Their children, Edward and Emily Mashford. Edward Mashford b.1839 and his wife, Sarah Frank(s). Their children (b.1860s & 1870s): Henry, Frank Hawkins, Lucy, Alfred, and Martha. Also, an old family legend: the Mashfords were not from England originally but were merchants in France and had immigrated during the late 18C. Who knows? Anyone? Anyone?
red mail Surprise!!
Further to my posting about the missing Wilsons I have some further information on the James Edwin Smith mentioned within. I moved to Moulton just over a year ago and I was surprised to find that the previous occupants had left a bunch of papers andlegal documents on the house which went back nearly 90 years. Now, I wasn't really interested in them at the time so I just put them in a draw and forgot about them. Anyhow, when I started looking at my family tree and after discovering more about the Moulton connection I decided to have a look at the document. The first name I saw caught me by surprise because it was that of James Edwin Smith. I'm not sure if it is the James Edwin who married the Wilsons or not as they called their first son James Edwin but it definately did surprise me that the house I moved to was on land that my family owned some 90 or so years ago. Further to that I have now noticed that the house 3 doors from me has a plaque on it which says J.E.S. and the date 1919.The house is called Victory House and I suppose that was because it was commissioned just after World War I had been concluded. Sometimes family history can be a lot closer than you think!!
red mail 1891 - Missing Wilsons
I've been doing some research into my Great Great Grandfather who was James Edwin Smith who was born in Whaplode c1858 and died on 26 Nov 1943. James was married to a Dorothy Ann Wilson who was born c1860 in Moulton and died on 11 June 1937. On the1881 Census I have found a family of Wilsons who lived in Cobgate Lane, Moulton. There are two Joseph Wilsons described as the Head of the family and one must be Dorothy's father and I am guessing that the younger one is actually Dorothys brother. The brother was married to a woman called Phoebe and on the 1901 census they are both resident in Moulton. Now the 3 sons of Phoebe and Joseph end up in Warwickshire in 1901 so I am supposing that the Wilsons packed their bags after Dorothy married James which would be after the 1881 census and only returned after the 1891 census when their sons were all employed in the West Midlands industries. Joseph and Phoebe also had a daughter called Hannah. On the 1901 census there are only two references to a Hannah aged 35 who was born in Moulton, Lincs. The two names I have are Hannah Ogden who had moved to Peterborough and Hann...

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