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red mail Aby Cemetery - (Aby - Lincolnshire)
While looking in Aby cemetery yesterday for WILLOWs family members I met another couple who had come from Grimsby and like us had been round the village for a church of some discription. For anyone else looking for the cemetery it is a little off the beaten track. If you go to the pub called the Railway Tavern (yellow building just outside the village) the cemetery is opposite and looks like its in the middle of a field. You can get to it though by walking round the headlands of the field. Hope this helps anyone else looking for it.
red mail Carratt - (Aisby - Lincolnshire)
Looking for more information on Ann(e) Carratt born c1824. She always gave this address on her census forms. Her mother was Catherine unknown surname born here c1796. Father was Richard Carratt c1786 and was born Folkingham.
red mail Grundy - (Aisthorpe - Lincolnshire)
Is anyone researching the Grundy family of Aisthorpe. John Grundy was born abt1765 and was married to Mary born abt 1769.
red mail Motleys of Algarkirk Fen - (Algarkirk and Algarkirk Fen - Lincolnshire)
Thomas 1861 = Sarah Elizabeth Ickeringill | Charles 1839 = Marie Elizabeth Smith | Thomas 1812 = Frances Basset | James 1790 = Elizabeth Jerson | Would love to gather more information on these families, all of whom seem to have been agricultural labourers, Charles and Thomas left the district for an industrial life in Yorkshire which ended in tragedy. I know little about the fens so any information on the history, social lifestyle of people contact through either Motleys, Smith ( hopeful!) Basset or Jerson would be appreciated. I'm stuck with James 1790 and Elizabeth Jerson.
red mail Hayton / Anderson - (Alkborough - Lincolnshire)
Charlotte Hayton B 1793 gave birth to Thomas Hayton 1814. Thomas Anderson believed to have fathered her son but they did not marry. She gave her son her surname. Thmas Hayton later married Frances Holland and had 3 children. Then married Sarah Driffill Meggison and had 5 children. Love to connect with relatives of these people.
red mail George Harrison family - (Alkborough - Lincolnshire)
George Harrison, born 1816, married to Ann, born 1812 in Poppleton, Yorkshire, had two sons William born in 1843 and George, born in 1847. Son George settled in Retford, Notts. Looking for any information on family, especially in Alkborough area.
red mail history / alkborough - (Alkborough - Lincolnshire)
connections with the WATERS FAMILY severn born 1806-1910
red mail Alkborough Graveyard - (Alkborough - Lincolnshire)
Does anyone know if a list was made of the headstones in St. John the Baptist graveyard before it was levelled. I am particularly interested in Thomas Wood buried in 1824. Can't understand why he was buried here as his wife was in Lincoln and his father and son in Bristol. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Wray/Glasby/ Bromby - (Alkborough - Lincolnshire)
I believe my G Grandmother was brought up in Alkborough. She was Annie Elizabeth Ranson Wray and her step mother Elizabeth was the sister of Edmond Bromby. Annie's mother was Ann Jobson.
red mail POW Camp - (Allington - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any info on pow camp in the area, and for info on Mary Betts
Clay & Sandey - (Allington - Lincolnshire)
I'm looking for information on Sarah Clay b:1813, Francis Clay b:1772, Thomas Clay b:1746, Francis Clay b:1704, and William Clay b:1679. The Clay family were certainly in East Allington as there are a number of graves there. I'm also interested in Elizabeth Sandey b:1771, and William Sandey b:1747.
red mail Althorpe, Lincs - (Althorpe - Lincolnshire)
My great x 8 grandparents were John Markham & Elizabeth (surname unknown) Dates of birth unknown but they had 8 children all born in Althorpe, Lincolnshire: Mary 1680/1685, John 1682, Joseph 1684, Thomas 1686, James 1688, Robert 1690, Elizabeth 1694,& Sarah 1696: James Markham born 1688 was my great x 7 grandfather, and he married Mary Nailer in 1712 Scotter. They had 6 children born in Scotter. Please contact me if any of these names are familiar to you.
red mail SPENCE - (Althorpe - Lincolnshire)
Any info on a family by the name of Spence 1901 Census shows them in Althorpe and Keadby
red mail Bowskill - (Althorpe - Lincolnshire)
looking for Elizabeth and Joseph Bowskill circa 1850's. They had 3 children, Sarah, born 1870's, Martha and Lavinia. Martha and Lavinia are listed as being born in Doncaster. Elizabeth was from Crowle.Sarah went on to marry Thomas Henry Griffin
red mail brown - (Althorpe - Lincolnshire)
looking for family of william brown on 1901 census living in althorpe he was born in worlaby in 1872 fathers name thomas mother frances
red mail Inn in Alvingham - (Alvingham - Lincolnshire)
I am trying to find details about an old Inn in the village of Alvingham around about 1750 plus, the building is still there now but is now a farm house. It was run by someone called Hand around about this time.
red mail Lingard (Linguard) - (Alvingham - Lincolnshire)
My ancestors James Lingard and wife Sarah (née Wood) married on 21,6,1821 at Theddlethorpe St Helen's. Both born early 1800s. I know their children and burial dates. I am looking for any information on their parents and circumstances.
red mail Garner/Coulson Families - (Amcotts - Lincolnshire)
I am trying to find any descendants of Mary Ann Garner (born 1856) in Amcotts, in 1879 married William Moody Coulson (born 1855). They had John( 1877), Annie Elizabeth( 1880) , Tom George (1882), Walter ( 1884) Eli (1892) and Florence Eveline (1894).They were all born in the Garthorpe/Ousefleet/Adlingfleet area and all married except Annie who looked after her grandparents, and it appears that they all ended up in Goole.
red mail Ancaster - (Ancaster - Lincolnshire)
Trying to find any information on my great grandparents Leonard Hammond and Eliza Fields who lived in Welbourn. Leonard was born about 1842 and came from Welbourn. Eliza was born in Ancaster around 1843.
red mail Ancaster - (Ancaster - Lincolnshire)
Blackbourn family cir 1850. Emsey was my great grandmother. Have photos of family, would love to share with any descendants.
red mail Warrener - (Ancaster - Lincolnshire)
Anybody got any information on the Warrener family from Gainsborough but they could have connections in Newark too.Iwould be so pleased to find out more about the paternal side.
red mail lee relatives - (Anwick - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any connections to Benjamin Lee b1797 at Anwick.Already have a lot of info.He is my Gt Gt Grandfather.
red mail lamyman family - (Anwick - Lincolnshire)
Can anyone help to find info of this family,i believe a Hilton Lamyman lived in this village.He was a preacher,boxer and a farmer.
red mail wilkinson - (Anwick - Lincolnshire)
a john wilkinson born lincolnshire in 1775 married ann in 1794 lived in anwick where his family were harriett born 1814 and martin born 1815/16 he was an agr/lab,any assistance.
red mail Cocking - (Apley - Lincolnshire)
William Cocking and wife Rebecca died here.Their son John farmed here until mid 1800's
red mail Shores - (Apley - Lincolnshire)
I'm searching for Eliza Shores bc.1850 dau. of James Shores & Matilda Turner who married in West Torrington 1849.
red mail The BARNETT family - (Appleby - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for past and present Barnetts in Appleby, my great aunt Mary A E Barnett was born in Appleby in 1880, her father Robert Greenfield Barnett was a policeman, her mothers name was Emily. She had three older brother and sisters, Margaret Emily, born in Lincoln 1874, Robert William Barnett, born in South Ferriby 1876, and Thomas Henry Barnett, born in South Ferriby 1878. They had six more children after Mary, in the village of Baston, then they retired to Bassingham and were there in the 1901 census. any information regarding Barnetts in Appleby and the surrounding areas would be very much appreciated kind regards ness
red mail Penson - (Asgarby - Lincolnshire)
Searching for any info regarding Sarah Ann Penson, b. circa 1850; married Andrew Thornley of Partney, they moved to Old Bolingbroke. Thanks!
red mail Thornley - (Asgarby - Lincolnshire)
Searching for any info regarding Sarah b. circa 1850; married Andrew Thornley (1872/3?) of Partney, they moved to Old Bolingbroke. Thanks!
red mail Cowling - (Ashby - Lincolnshire)
Searching for any information on the family of my GGrandmother Sarah Maria Clark formerly COWLING born Crowle, Lincolnshire 1863 any information would be wonderful as I know very little. Parents John COWLING, (b. 1825 Reedness) married Amelia (b. 1827) in Crowle. I have them on the 1901 census in Ashby, Lincs. Interested in hearing from any descendants of this couple.
red mail Metcalfe - (Ashby - Lincolnshire)
We are seeking information on family members from:- Ashby Lincolnshire:- Metcalfe ( Arthur Keal Metcalfe DOB 1883) Ashby Lincolnshire:- Metcalfe (George Metcalfe DOB 1874 Born Hibaldstow Lincs)
red mail Hollingsworth - (Ashby - Lincolnshire)
Think there are some Hollingsworths who were the children or grandchildren of John Hollingsworth, b. 1768 and christened in Frodingham, were borth or lived in Ashby. John appears to have married twice. His first wife was Sarah, surname unknown, had three children who I think survived her. His second wife was Mary Glover, b 1780, who he married in 1801, and she had 9 children. Their granddaughter Susannah, b.1857, married Charles Edwin Fowlston and was the mother of my grandfather Edgar Breasley. I am looking also for people related to her six children. I am in contact with persons related to Charles Edwin and Sidney. Would like to find relatives from the fourth son Frank (born Francis)and daughters Mabel (who I know died in New Jersey USA) and Nellie (Eleanor).
red mail Everitt's in Fenby - (Ashby cum Fenby - Lincolnshire)
Simon Everitt came to Virginia sometime between his birth in 1657, and his marriage to Ann Turner in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, in 1690, south of Norfolk, Va. That area was a colony of dissenters: Puritans, Baptists, and Quakers. His grandson, Thomas, named one of his sons 'Femby', which is an alternate spelling for Fenby. Naming people for ancestors and locations is a common thing in the culture of the American Southeast; so there is some indication that Simon's family may have come from that town. I'm interested in any information on the Everitt family in Fenby in particular, and Lincolnshire in particular. For one thing, the name Everitt / Everett appears to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon 'ebeorhart', which means 'heart like a wild boar'. As Frey, whose totem was a boar, seems to have been worshipped in that area of England, I'd like to know if there are other connections between Frey, the boar, and the Everitt family. Thanks
red mail James Keith Robinson - (Ashby cum Fenby - Lincolnshire)
i am looking for any information on James Keith Robinson born Grimsby 1937his father was George Robinson born Ashby Cum Fenby sept1899 his father was William Thomas Robinson born Swinhope in 1862 and his father was Thomas born Bratolf 1929
red mail Sarah Shields (nee Johnson) b. 1856 - (Ashby de la Launde - Lincolnshire)
Looking to find marriage record of Sarah Johnson to Thomas Shields in approx. 1880. She was born in Ashby de la Launde, he in Scarborough, Yorks. Trying to determine who was Thomas's mother.
Richardson - (Aslackby - Lincolnshire)
William Richardson was born in Aslackby around 1798. Any information to share regarding siblings or parents will be welcomed.
red mail Descendants of Clark family - (Aslackby - Lincolnshire)
I'm searching for any information on the descendants of the brothers and sisters of my great grandfather Thomas Clark, born in 1869 son of William and Anne. A large family all born in the Dowsby/Semperingham/Rippingale/Aslackby area over a number of generations. Thomas moved to Derbyshire in the 1890's. Siblings were Mary-Ann, Sarah, William, George, Georgina/(Harriet?).
red mail Philip Louth and daughter Ellen - (Aslackby - Lincolnshire)
Ellen Louth my grandmother born Aslackby 1864 her father was Philip he was a shepherd, has anyone any conections.
red mail Thomas Louth, - (Aslackby - Lincolnshire)
Am looking for connections to Thomas Louth, not Philip, a shepherd and father of Ellen born Aslackby 1864.
red mail GADSBY FAMILY - particularly Florence(Emma) - (Aslackby - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any information on Gadsby Family who came from Aslackerby, North Rauceby area. They were ag labs although one son joined the army and another the police force mid C19th. Special interest in Florence(Emma) who was adopted. Can anyone help!!! Thankyou.
red mail Faulkners In Asterby - (Asterby - Lincolnshire)
Looking for info on a Faulkner family from Asterby and surrounding area 1800's
red mail Rev.Dr Henry Southwell - (Asterby - Lincolnshire)
Produced the Universal family bible while he was rector of Asterby 1785
red mail Richard Houghton - (Aubourn - Lincolnshire)
Looking for details of the wife of Richard Houghton who was born c 1799 in Aubourn. I am also trying to find his parents - possibly another Richard with wife Mary. Any help much appreciated.
red mail William March - (Aunby - Lincolnshire)
Any information on William March Born Aunby Abt 1807
red mail Holderness/Warfe - (Bag Enderby - Lincolnshire)
I'm looking for infomation about William Holderness He married a Susanna Warfe from Halton Holegate, they where married at Bag Enderby 11 May 1761 and raised a Family there. What I'm looking for where he was born. The nearest I can get is Great Gonerby 1726, but I have no proof that is him. John
red mail Barholm, Wilsthorpe - (Barholm - Lincolnshire)
Looking for descendants of George William & Millicent Banks (Married c 1838). They had children George, Millicent, Sarah, Charles & Charlotte. They farmed at Barholm.
red mail Berridge Family - (Barholm - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any information on Berridge family who lived here 1881 census time. Father John Henry, Mother Mary and four children. Charles, Susan Florence, James and Henry
red mail WATSON.HILTON - (Barkston - Lincolnshire)
Lewis Watson born 1792 ,Father Lewis,Mother Lucy.Lewis junior married Sarah Hilton and thy had 8 kids all born in Dunham,Notts
red mail WRIGHT, John & BARTRAM, Elizabeth - (Barkston - Lincolnshire)
John WRIGHT, (1786-1858) & Elizabeth BARTRAM (1792-1874)were married in Barkston in 1813. John was the son of John WRIGHT & Catherine CARTER and Elizabeth, the daughter of Solomon BARTRAM & Ann BLACK. John & Elizabeth had 1 son and 8 daughters. The son, John WRIGHT (1830-1905) married a Mary Ann SCOTT (1831-1922)They and their 8 children emigrated to North America by 1870 settling first in Illinois, USA, than on to Ontario, Canada. I have considerable information on this 1 son, John and his wife Mary Ann but would like to expand my database on his eight sisters all born in Barkston. Some knowledge is already available on each one of them. Willing to share and exchange information with interested and serious researchers of this family.
red mail Perrin / Ashworth - (Barlings - Lincolnshire)
Looking for info on Sarah Jane Perrin or Ashworth born abt 1868 in Barlings, married James
red mail William Espin - (Barlings - Lincolnshire)
Any info on William Espin born in Barlings in about 1760 married firlsty to Elizabeth Longmate and secondly to Lucy Brown
red mail GEORE HAVERCROFT - (Barnetby le Wold - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for this man and his relatives, he was a great great great grandad through my dads' side. He owned a farm, Wootton Dale Farm House and had a daughter Fanny who married William Campbell Wood
ROGERS - (Barnetby le Wold - Lincolnshire)
Looking for Thomas Rogers a maltster married to Mary. Also his father Joseph Rogers and wife Sarah. They were living in Barnetby around the 1880s
red mail Draper-Barnoldby Le Beck - (Barnoldby le Beck - Lincolnshire)
Seeking information on all Drapers in Barnoldby Le Beck and surrounding area
red mail history / parish records - (Barnoldby le Beck - Lincolnshire)
tracing connections of the ' waters ' family
red mail Austin Families - (Barrow Haven - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for descendents of GEORGE AUSTIN ( Brickyard Labourer c. 1823 – 1902 ) who settled in Barrow on Humber about 1880 and lived there until his death . His wife was HANNAH , nee STAMPER ( b. Malton , Yorks 1828 – 1914 ). Three of his sons , JOSEPH , ROBERT and WILLIAM , moved to Hull before 1901 leaving JOHN ( Brickmaker , b. Laxton 1857 ) and TOM OGLESBY ( Brickyard Labourer b.Winterton 1868 ) in Barton and Barrow respectively . There were also 2 daughters ANN ELLEN and ANNIE ELIZABETH whose marriages & whereabouts are unknown
red mail Wagstaff Family - (Bassingham - Lincolnshire)
I am researching the family of Samuel and Mary Wagstaff believed to have had a farm in the Bassingham area, from 1870's until at least 1901 when Mary was running it with her sons. They had nine sons and four daughters.
red mail My Barnett Family - (Bassingham - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for my grandfather`s family, My GG Robert Greenfield Barnett, was a retired policeman, he retired here with his wife Emily, and two of their children Thomas Henry ( my grandfather born South Ferriby 1878, and Lancelot born in Baston in 1893. (the others, Margaret (b Lincoln) Robert(born South Ferriby), Mary A E ((b Appleby), Edith Maud (b Baston), Isabella Maria (b Baston), George Arthur (b Baston), Florence (b and d Baston), Winifred Elsie (b and d Baston). They lived in Baston and moved here between 1894 and 1901.I cant find them after the 1901 census. Are there any village historians, or genealogy enthusiasts, who may be able to tell me if there are any Barnetts in the local churchyard, or Barnetts living in the village now. Any information regarding the Barnetts would be very much appreciated kind regards
red mail Wagstaff and Wyers - (Bassingham - Lincolnshire)
I do have some information. Mainly Wagstaff. I would be happy to update you if you wish to get in touch.
red mail Rogers - (Bassingham - Lincolnshire)
Interested in any connection to the Rogers name in Bassingham. An Eliza Rogers was my Great grandmother.
red mail Allen - Blacksmiths apprentce - (Bassingham - Lincolnshire)
Have been told a Thomas Allen (born in India) is on the 1901 census working as a Blacksmiths apprentice in Bassingham. Would anyone know the blacksmiths name in those days- could it have been Minkley?? Tom in Lincoln by 1911 living in Cooling Street with the Minkley family, whose daughter he married. Any help appreciated
red mail Bassingthorpe burials and MIs - (Bassingthorpe - Lincolnshire)
I have found that an ancestor -Joseph Bruen (1664-1717)was vicar of Bassingthorpe Lincs from 1713 until to his death in November 1717 .He was also Rector at West Bridgford Notts.The West Bridgford registers state that he was buried at Bassingthorpe .I can not find any Bassingthorpe burials on line and I do not live anywhere near the Lincoln RO . So I would be very grateful if there is anyone who lives near Bassingthorpe or with access to the registers who could find out if he was buried there (November 1717)and if there is a gravestone for him. His wife was named Martha. Any information would be most appreciated, regards Liz
red mail brackenbury/brocklesby - (Baumber - Lincolnshire)
Hannah brocklesby,she m george brackenbury in Baumber 5/4/1841,age 29. Her father was Thomas brocklesby-labourer, mother possibly Mary. George was shown as a widower, but unable to find a orevious marriage. George b.1804. my father was John Brackenbury.
red mail William Ealand - (Baumber - Lincolnshire)
William Ealand, died c.1850, Baumber, Lincolnshire. Married to Sarah (Cook). Father of George, John (and others?). Information on antecedents or descendents wanted.
red mail Richard & Elizabeth STRAPS - (Beckingham - Lincolnshire)
Interested in connections to the STRAPS and related families of Lincolnshire: Thomas STRAPS b Coleby & wife Elizabeth CAPPS. His son Richard STRAPS b 1666 Beckingham & wife Elizabeth PIDD. His son William STRAPS b 1693 Heckington & wife Ann. His son John STRAPS b 1720 Donnington & wife Elinor. His son Richard STRAPS b 1749/50 Donnington & wife Ann EASTLAND b 1759 Upton, dau of Michael EASTLAND n 1724/25 Upton & wife Mary ROBINSON. Michael EASTLAND was son of William EASTLAND & wife Elizabeth TEAR.
red mail Robert Savidge - (Beckingham - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any information on Robert Savidge b.1796(?), his son William b.1821(?) who married Jane Watson and their son George Crosby Savidge b.1854 in Beckingham, who married Mary Barratt.
red mail Heaton and Goxhill - (Beelsby - Lincolnshire)
I'm looking for any information on Thomas HEATON married Mary GOXHILL 16/5/1780. Their children all born Beelsby. Joseph later moved to Louth & then further south.
red mail Beelsby, Lincolnshire - (Beelsby - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for any information with regard to Laughton (Loughton) from Beelsby. Henry (Head), Elizabeth (Wife), Arthur Henry (Son born 1880), George William (Son born 1882).
red mail West family - (Beelsby - Lincolnshire)
William was born 1727 and married Mary Otley in 1752. He died 1816. They had Ann, Edward, William and John. William b 1755 is my ancestor, tho I am not sure he was born in Beelsby, it may have been Metheringham. Any one know more?
red mail Appleby of Beelsby - (Beelsby - Lincolnshire)
Any information about the above line will be appreciated and my own research Ashared. This line originated in Catterick, Yorkshire and one descendent went on to establish "Appleby Coaches" in Lincolnshire
red mail McGinty - (Belchford - Lincolnshire)
I am researching the group of Irish migrant workers who were in the Belchford area during the 1940s. I believe one of the men was called McGinty
red mail Osgerby - Lincolnshire - (Belchford - Lincolnshire)
Descendants of Osgerby born Belchford 1820 on, lived Casitor district - Charles, John Ambrose, Edward, Thomas - Ann Frearson, Susanna Johnson, Hannah Dixon and Jane Osgerby. Descendant of their brother Henry is hoping to hear from you.
red mail jeffery family - (Belchford - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for any information on the jeffery family in belchford and surrounding areas in the late 1800s. thomas jeffery was a tenant farmer and had twelve children.
red mail Stephenson - (Belton (near Grantham) - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for the Stephensons of Belton in Axholm. Thomas born circa 1811 who married Frances Valentine circa 1830. They had the following children:- Sarah,b1832, Ann,b1837, Frances J,b1836, Mary,b1839, William,b1840, Thomas,b1845, Rachel,b1847, Jemima,b1850 & George,b1854.
red mail Holland - Belton - (Belton (near Grantham) - Lincolnshire)
Looking for information on William and Elizabeth Holland (no details) children Thomas b 1783,Elizabeth b 1767, Ann b 1769, William b 1772, John b 1775,Richard b 1776, Mary b 1778, Susanna b 1781.
red mail Crawford Family - (Benington - Lincolnshire)
Researching names Crawford, Bontoft, Hutton, Bolland, Maltby in Benington, Lincolnshire Area - ancestors and descendants of James Crawford and Mary Ann Bontoft of Benington, Lincs.
red mail Richard Scaman - (Benington - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for information on Richard Scaman who was christened in Benington in 1731 and married Deborah Adlard and they had 2 or more children. I'm particularly interested to know if they had a son James in 1756
red mail neal - (Benington - Lincolnshire)
john neal b1830married 1856 betsy mason his parents joseph neal b1796/1797 where? labourer then farmer benington seas end,how many brothers and sisters possible8+
red mail Smith, Futter - (Benington - Lincolnshire)
My g grandmother was Elizabeth Smith (b 1845). Her father was Henry Smith (b 1817 Boston) a tailor and her mother Ann Futter (b 1825 Frithville). She married Abijah Bolland a gardener (b 1843 Fishtoft) in 1869 and they moved to London and had 6 children. Any information about these family members or the Benington area at this time would be interesting.
red mail Crawford - (Benington - Lincolnshire)
looking for death of William Drury Crawford B 1841, also any info on Crawford and Luesley families
John KENT - (Benniworth - Lincolnshire)
Looking for connections with John KENT born c1745 in Benniworth. He married Elizabeth HODGESON 22 October 1770. They had 12 children, William, Margaret, Martha, John, Thomas, William, Mary, Anne, Christopher, Elizabeth, Edward and Joseph. He died March 1823. His parents are thought to be John KENT and Martha CROFTS. His siblings were Martha, Mary, Elizabeth and William.
Joseph KENT - (Benniworth - Lincolnshire)
Looking for any connections to Joseph KENT born 1791 in Benniworth. He married Anne WHITE 18th November 1811. They had several children Martha, John, Joseph, Ann, William, Christopher, Elizabeth, Mary and Samuel. He was one of 12 children see posting on John KENT, in Benniworth. He died March 1864.
red mail Richard Waite - (Benniworth - Lincolnshire)
Need information on Richard Waite m. Harriet White born 1796 Benniworth and Richard Waite m. Ann born 1796 Benniworth also.
red mail Wilson Family of Benniworth, Lincolnshire - (Benniworth - Lincolnshire)
I am trying to trace any relatives of Christopher Wilson b c 1809 in Benniworth married to unknown Elizabeth. They had at least 2 sons, George b c 1829 and Henry b c 1831 and 2 daughters Elizabeth b c 1832 and Martha b c 1834. Elizabeth (wife) died before 1841 and Christopher was an Agricultural Labourer - not known when he died. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Skill Family - 1861 - Gauntlet, Bicker. - (Bicker Gauntlet - Lincolnshire)
1861 my 2nd Great-Grandfather Thomas was living there with his mother Jane and siblings, at 6 Gauntlet Road, it was a farm with 31 acres. What happened to the farm between 1871 and 1881? If anyone has any information on this it would be most welcomed.
red mail Smith, Houghton and Brown - (Bilsby - Lincolnshire)
Looking for family tree information. William Smith m Mary Houghton/Howton 1856. Childrens names Arthur, Edwin, Mary A, Alice and Eardley. Edwin married Charlotte Smith 1884. Children's names Florence, Alice Eva, Mary A, Daisy, Edley, Albert and Wilfred Leonard. Other locations include-Thurlby, Althorpe, Obthorp, Fletland, Luffenham. Please contact me if you think this information matches your family.
red mail Edley Brown - (Bilsby - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for any information regarding Edley Brown and his family. He married Angelina Hill in 1874. One of their children was my Grt Grandfather Walter Ernest Brown (1877-1917). Edley's parents are William and Sarah Brown I have quite a bit of information already however I would love to know more. Will gladly assist anyone else on this family. Thank you
red mail THOMAS WILSON - (Bishop Norton - Lincolnshire)
married Mary Graves 3rd July 1780 @ Bishop Norton where they lived for over 20 years.Family of 13 children,My line is from John bap.21/03/1773 m.Sarah ? 1807 they moved to Searby.Have records of this family to Moses Wilson who was proprietor of Black Horse Inn Donington on Bain from About 1847-1852 the year of his death.His wife remarried and eventually his children all ended up in N.Z.
red mail WILLSON/WILSON - (Bishop Norton - Lincolnshire)
I think I may have a connection back from Thomas Wilson of Bishop Norton to Richard and Anne at Ulceby by Barton.Then back to Richard and Elizabeth(Pannell) Bishop Norton.Back to Richard and Mary at Blyton.Back to Richard and Elizabeth(Barnabie) St.Mark.s Lincoln.Is there anybody who can confirm this or know of any information on this family?
Rimmington - (Bitchfield - Lincolnshire)
Can anybody offer any info as to the parents names of Frederick Joseph Rimmington? He was born about 1840, was a joiner, married Ann Hawley in 1870, found on censuses in Manthorpe cum Little Gonerby and Grantham. Thanks
red mail Flintham - (Blankney - Lincolnshire)
I have some, but am always looking for more information on Flintham's from Blankney 1800 onwards
red mail PADLEY - (Blankney - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for any information on GEORGE PADLEY born approx 1843 in Blankney Lincs. Parents William PADLEY and Sarah (nee TAYLOR/FRANKLIN)
red mail Edward & Susannah Sharp - (Blankney - Lincolnshire)
I am researching my G.Grandparents.Edward & Susannah Sharp ( nee Plowright) who married in Pinchbeck Lincs 1826. they had three children all of whom were Baptised in Blankney... the Children were. 1. Jonathan Plowright Sharp. 1827 2. Edward 1828 ( My Grandfather) 3. Mary Ann Sharp. 1829 Edward is a Farmer in Pinchbeck according to the Census from 1851 to 1861.. they both died in Spalding in 1877. I assume at their daughter's house. Can anyone tell me who Mary Ann Married? she was unmarried in 1851 Cenus amd listed as a Farmrs daughter.. Would love to hear from anyone researching the " Sharp-Plowright Families"
Seeking information on Robert and Mary Sumpter - (Blankney - Lincolnshire)
Robert and Mary Sumpter lived in Blankney in 1796 when they registered the baptism of their son Thomas Sumpter. Any information about any of these three people would be very much appreciated.
red mail Sarah Shackleton B 1831 - (Blankney - Lincolnshire)
looking for marriage and death of Sarah daughter of Mary Tear and Henry Shackleton B 1831 Blankney Lincolnshire in 1861 servant in East Retford Nottinghamshire, found possible marriage but can't prove same.
red mail BRILEY/CHESWICK - (Blyborough - Lincolnshire)
Elizabeth Briley married Thomas Cheswick in Blyborough in 1697 they had 6 children.I am intrested in any leads to these families
red mail William and Elizabeth SIBLEY - (Blyborough - Lincolnshire)
Can someone please help me! I am in Australia trying to find out about the parents of my wife's great, great grandfather, George Sibley. According to his 1851 Census, George was born 1814 in Snitterby, Lincolnshire, and on George's marriage certificate in 1841, his father was shown as William Sibley, Farmer. I have been led to believe that the mother's name was Elizabeth, and the only family found with parents William & Elizabeth, were born in North Kelsey and Blyborough. I have found a William Sibley buried 31 August 1826 at St. Alkmond, Blyborough, and a Elizabeth Sibley buried 11 April 1849 at St. Alkmond, Blyborough, that could be them but cannot unable to confirm. Blyborough and North Kelsey are close to Snitterby. Would love to close the door on this last piece of the family puzzle. Peter
red mail Platt family - (Blyton - Lincolnshire)
Does anybody hold information on the Platt family living in Blyton circa 1825. They were John and Mary Platt and two daughters Eliza b 1824 and Elizabeth b 1825. I believe the family moved to Manchester soon after the girls were born. I also suspect Eliza may have died quite young. Dave
red mail Rose family, mid 1900 + - (Blyton - Lincolnshire)
During the 1960's I spent time on my Aunt and Uncle's farm, just after the railway bridge , Blyton, near Gainsbourgh, I thought that their name was ROSE, but now I am not so sure, I do know my uncle was called Bill(William), my Aunt was Ethel ( ne Lanes ) their children Geffory and Murreen. Iwas wondering if anyone think's that they know of them. my aunt went to live in Gainsbourgh after my uncle died, thanks from Elaine.
red mail Marshall/Akers Families - (Blyton - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for information on the Marshalls and Akers families in the Blyton area in the 19th and 20th centures. My mother's maiden name was Marshall. I would be grateful for any information. Thank you.
red mail Roberts family - (Blyton - Lincolnshire)
Any information would be welcome on the Roberts family from Blyton who were builders in trhe nineteenth century. My Gt Grandfather John Robinson Roberts was born in Blyton c1840 but movd to London and died circa 1898. He was the son of William Roberts and Elizabeth Robinson and had siblings George, Teresa (later Hallifield), Mary, Cecelia, William, Susanna ( later Smithson) and James. Any inforation on the family would be very welcome
red mail WILLSON - (Blyton - Lincolnshire)
Does anybody have any information on the Willson family who lived here between 1634-1700.I would like to know about Richard Willson and Elizabeth(Barnabie)and their family.I have a Richard born 1675 who married a Mary.
red mail Goodhand - (Bonby - Lincolnshire)
I'm mainly looking for any information about Julia Goodhand born in Bonby Lincolnshire in 1862. Her parents were Elijah Goodhand and Mary Healless and she had 13 other brothers and sisters. I would be interested to know what happened to her other brothers and sisters.
bonby villagers - (Bonby - Lincolnshire)
I don't know whether anyone can use this info, but I have a handwritten lesson book, belonging to my gggrandfather, Thomas Mitchell, which he wrote in 1826 in Bonby, and brought with him on the boat to America. The book lists several men's names, followed by Bonby, as if they were residents of the community.
red mail THOMAS WALTERS - (Boothby Graffoe - Lincolnshire)
A plaque has been found in this area. Can anyone help with its origin? Possibly not local to Lincolnshire. It reads: "Erected to the memory of Thomas Walters, whose life was devoted to the interest of this Church, Sunday School, and CE. Born June 2nd 1886, died Dec 9th 1946."
red mail JESSOP/JESSUP 19c - (Boothby Graffoe - Lincolnshire)
Edward JESSOP born abt. 1802 Boothby Graffoe. Married 1831 to Sarah Dickens, 7 children.
Bennetts of Boothby Pagnell - (Boothby Pagnell - Lincolnshire)
Looking for information on the Bennetts of Boothby Pagnell - William and Arabella and their children, early 1800s. He was a groom, she a laundress, where did they work?
red mail NEED HELP!!! - (Boothby Pagnell - Lincolnshire)
Catherine McDonnough Bennett - (Boothby Pagnell - Lincolnshire)
Looking for Catherine's father, McDonnough Bennett. She was born in 1850/1 in Boothby Pagnell but the father was not on the birth certificate. (Mother's name Catherine Bennett.) However, Catherine McD names her father on her marriage certificate, occupation Butler, conveniently deceased! Is it a coincidence that the father and mother had the same surname (but weren't married) or is he made up? Any information would be very helpful.
red mail Barkers of Boston Long Hedges - (Boston Long Hedges - Lincolnshire)
Robert Barker had a farm of 70 acres at Long Hedges which on his death in 1854 he left to his Wife Ann, who on her death in 1869 she left it to her daughter Elizabeth in spite of the fact that she had two sons who were older than their sister. Francis now deceased (1860)and Robert who became his sisters farm bailif. Elizabeth eventually sold the farm and went to live in Boston where she died in 1904. I would dearly like to find the location of the farm.
red mail Davidson Howes - (Boston West - Lincolnshire)
I'm looking for Thomas James Walter Davidson, his parents were Thomas George Walter and Annie Eliza Davidson nee Howes.Annie was killed in a lorry crash in 1933, she was olso known as lily davidson. Thomas James was born at 48a lower road Rotherhithe.You have a sister Dorothy who would very much like to get in touch with you or your children.
Pacey - Pain - (Boston West - Lincolnshire)
I am searching for anything on Jeptha Pacey or Priscilla Pain married at St Botolphs in Boston UK in 1821
red mail bailey - (Boston West - Lincolnshire)
can anyone help ive very little info but am looking for a charles or robert bailey (B) abt 1871 .He was a miller by trade one of his sons was charles percival (b) 1891 in boston and (m) a rose gotts in 1914 .they (m) in hull
red mail maidens-fuller - (Boston West - Lincolnshire)
i am looking for any information i can get on my grandfather, jacob ronald maidens-fuller born 16-9-1906,his parents or grandparents were jacob maidens and eliza fuller. if anyone has any information could you please contact curiousfox, thank you.
Looking for Relations of Thomas Trivett - (Boston West - Lincolnshire)
I am looking for information Of Thomas Trivett of Boston Lincs Occupation Attorney at Law he was married to Maria (nee Ball) sometime in 1780-1800. He iss mentioned in a will of My Great Grandfather x 4 ( John Ball, bricklayer of Boston) in October of 1813. He is known to have had 3 Children to Maria they are; John, Thomas and Deborah. He wife ie, Maria had passed away prior to 1813. Any information would be helpful.

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