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red mail Thomas Robinson Webster
1843-1900 Looking for a marriage of Thomas to a Frances. They had 3 children, Thomas 1817 Caroline 1828 and Emma 1832
Thomas Moore Whitman
I have an ancestor by marriage, Thomas Moore Whitman, born 1842 in Suffolk, died 1929 in Barnack. He was, from all accounts, a very popular and good schoolmaster there. He married my relation, Emma Wire, from Colchester. They had two daughters who both died unmarried, and two sons. Would be very grateful for any info.
red mail Watson
I would like to make contact with the descendants of two of my grandmother's brothers who were both born in Barnack, near Stamford/Peterboro. William Samuel Watson was born in 1861. He had one surviving son William Henry Watson born in 1886. George Trevor Watson was born in 1879 and had 4 children - George Henry, Dorothy, William Arthur and Ralph (known as Roy).
red mail Newborn/Betts
Elizabeth Newborn born in Barnack 1777 and married William Betts in Barnack in Novermber 1801. I would be grateful for any information anyone can pass on to me as I have reached a deadend in my search. Thanking you for any replies in advance, Ron
red mail Francis Henson b.1815
Francis was born - apparently - in Barnack, Northamptonshire to Daniel Henson and Elizabeth (nee Chapman). They had several other children, Jane, Rose, Sarah, Elizabeth and Daniel, all in Barnack. I am unable to find Francis's date of birth or marriage to Maria beaver in circa 1840. Perhaps someone can help. Tony.
I am researching the Mitchell family from Barnack. In particular my grandfather Arthur Mitchell born May 1906 at 2 The Terrace Barnack. Arthur was the son of Fred Mitchell & Maud Millicent Curtis.
red mail Barnack Avery's
Names: Avery

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