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Casemore family of Hartwell and Roade
Hi - is anyone else looking at the Casemore family of Hartwell and Roade? Our interest is James Casemore who, according to the 1851 census was b1825 in Hartwell. We cannot find him in 1841, but there is a Casemore family In Hartwell in 1841 and 1851, including John Casemore and his second wife Lousia (Lucy); the 1851 census shows that John was born in Aston Clinton, Bucks. There is a James Casemore living with the Keen family in Aston Clinton in 1841, but this James is not ours: you can follow the AC James through later censuses. Will
Looking for anyone who has information regarding a family called Pinckard who lived in Roade possibly 1945-55. The husband was an invalid having lost both legs in a railway accident. I believe the wife was called Polly.
red mail Denton
Looking for information Ethel May Denton born ~1875 also Fred Douglas
Bennett, Gawthorne
I am trying to locate the marriage registration information for Thomas Bennett and Elizabeth Gawthorne, who were married in Roade, Northamptonshire, England, on March 29th, 1880. I am desperate to find the names of Elizabeth's parents, and also their birth place, as well
red mail roade and staverton
hi was wondering if anyone could help me in my search to the link of the Amos family from Roade with Longbuckby and any Amos in Staverton in the early 1800's and late 1700s thanks maz
searching for websters born roade, john 1803 and catherine 1801 of samuel and sarah samuel of john and mary longstaff no traces found of Bp John 1803 or parents marriage. John 1803 moved to Liverpool and Bootle where he died in 1865 the father of2 daughters and 7 sons.
red mail Roade Families
Names: Sturgess Robinson Smith

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