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red mail John Herbert
Looking for information on John Herbert of Raunds. Born in Notgrove, Gloucestershire he was a widower living in Raunds at the time of the 1851 census. Also his natural daughter Sarah Nichols (nee Clarke) who was the executor of his will in 1868.
red mail William Seal
Looking for William Seal who was married in 1804 Hannah Williamson in Ringstead. His son Stephen migrated to Kansas USA in 1870 with all his family. Family history says Stephen lived in Raunds before Migrating
red mail Jacklin
Doesanybody have any information about Catherine Jemima Jacklin born about 1865 possibly in Deansthorpe, but lived and married in Raunds to a Thomas Webb.
red mail any yorks in raunds
i was brought up in raunds i lived at chelveston rd my mother was pam york and father philip york and my nan was mildred york so anyone who knew these relatives it would be great to here from you
red mail Mayes family
Benjamin Story Mayes,b.1862 in Titchmarsh. The family later lived in Raunds. Benjamin was married to Ellen Jones. Benjamin'sfather was also called Benjamin, married to Martha Garton. They had 9 children; the youngest being Lot who was 'paralytic from birth' accordig to the 1891 census. Does anyone know anything about the family, particularly where the middle name of 'Story'came from, I think this may have been a surname from the past. Any help would be appreciated.
Hardwick family
Thomas Hardwick 1847 mrd Hephzibah Finding in Raunds and they had abt 11 children - William Fred, Mary, Nellie, Sarah, Samuel, Charles, Agnes, Mary E, Walter, Frederick. Any information sought.

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