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red mail Warriner
My family came from Saxilby in the 1840's.Has anyone got any info to help trace all my family who were Winn,Vessey,Smith and Warriner,Warrinor,and Warrener.There were a lot of them there and I would love to hear about them. Pat
Besy Harrison b.7Nov.1824 f.Wm.,m.Sarah. Married Wm.Colley 27 Jan.1842. 1851 Census Betsy widow, children Frederick,6,Wm. 4,Keziah 2,Elizabeth 1. Interested in finding apprenticeship records for Fred. and Wm. Both stonemasons.
Wheatley /Brown
Im looking for information on the Wheatley and Brown families from Saxilby and surounding areas any one with any information cilicia
saxilby- school
Does anyone have knowledge of the world-war-one memorial board which was in the top school at Saxilby in the 1960's. Any help appreciated.
red mail Saxilby, Lincolnshire
I am a member of the Saxilby History group and we have lots of information on the people of Saxilby. We have recently publshed a book on the village history with many photo's. We are currently researching the next edition. Please contact us with any information or queries.
red mail Good Charles
Looking for information on the good's of Saxilby
red mail Bennett's
Any information regarding Pearson Bennett in Saxilby, in 1814 married one Anne Denman, children John 1815 David 1827 Jabez 1829,Pearson Bennett was a Weaver and died in 1830
Researching Bell + Holland
My g.g.g.grandmother was born in Saxilby baptised 4th September 1842 she was the illegitimate daughter of Mary BELL also born in Saxilby baptised 20th April 1823.Mary's parents were John BELL + Jane BELL nee HOLLAND married in Skellingthorpe 20th April 1807.If these are names anyone is researching I would be interested to hear from them.

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