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red mail hankins of Maxey
any info on the Hankins family of Maxey, please. I've got as far as William b 1809. many thanks
red mail Stephen Black 1766 - 1836
Stephen died in Maxey, and was buried on Jan 3rd 1836. He had married Sarah Waterford in St. Margaret's Leicester on 29th May 1815. He lived briefly at East Norton, Leics. However I have found nothing about him before his marriage. Family tradition is that he came down from Scotland. He married late, so may have had an earlier married life before Leicester.
red mail ROBERT PEACH C1790
I am looking for the christening of Robert Peach c1790 in Maxey. Can anyone help?
Patemans of Maxey
Looking for info on Patemans of Maxey, Northants. Traced back to Herbert Bn 1877, his dad John Thos? bn 1845, and his dad James bn 1820. Would be very interested to hear from any descendants of this line, as having problems tracing any. Thanks.
red mail Pateman Ashby Bollands Webb
Hi! I am researching the Pateman family any information would be gratefuly received. However I have gone as far back as John Pateman (Bainton, c1793) who married Elizabeth Bollands (1790, Maxey). John parents could have been Jospeh Pateman and Anne Ashby but I have no further deatils. Also John's Son Thomas Pateman (1824, Maxey) married Mary Webb (1823 Helpston/Maxey). Any information would be useful, i also have deatils of other Descendents (too many to list)
I am tracing the Christopher family tree and have reached the late 1700's. The trail leads to Maxey in Northants where the trail goes cold. The Lincoln branch of the Christophers seems to originate from here.

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