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Henry Sharman & Mary Coleman
I come down from Henry Sharman & Mary Coleman who married in Rothwell in February 1742. I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has done research into this family.
red mail The Willis Family
Iam seeking information about the Willis family of Rothwell, especially prior to 1773. In the mid 19th century they lived at 14 Bridge street. Alan
red mail russell/turvey
I am looking for any relatives of my great grandfather William George Turvey who died in 1958 aged 77 years. I have a copy of his death certificate and it is signed by hid daughter a G.G. Herbert of 3 Harrington Road, Rothwell. My grandmother was his eldest daughter Elsie May Turvey. I would love to know of any relatives to my grandfather in the kettering area. Thankyou.
Am researching the SHORTLAND family in ROTHWELL from mid 1700s back. Got stuck on a WILLIAM who was b. 1661-65? in ROTHWELL? He married an ELIZABETH abt 1661. Can anyone help
red mail Rothwell Barretts
Any information on a John Barrett (abt 1736) and his parents would be appreciated. He ended up in Walgrave.
red mail Barlow: Rothwell, Northants
Am trying to find record of birth of John Barlow, mason, circa 1804, and confirmation that his parents were Samuel and Mary Barlow (both born 1776). Any personal details of John's son Edward, mason, builder, farmer (1829 -1891) - eg what he built in the area, & which was his farm, gratefully received. All lived in Rothwell most of their lives. AB.
red mail Gue,
My ancestor Palemon Morgan GUE b. 1808 in Ealing lived most of his life in Northampton. He was the local registrar and church warden at Rothwell. He lived at Woodbine Cottage during 1860's, then later at the New Inn. He married 3 times, Ann Lane, Ann Chapman (my, and Mary Ann Marsh nee Ball.
red mail Bosworth Rothwell
I have an interest in the Bosworth Family of Rothwell in particular John Bosworth bn c 1748 also the Yeomans family Sarah Yeomans bn C 1780 I need to trace the parenage of both both believed to have been born on Rothwell
red mail Essex Family
I'm looking for details from 1851 and prio regarding my gt, gt, gt grandfather George Wiliam Essex. He was 13 onthe rothwell census of 1851, but, i can't find which of the other Essex's on the census were living with him. He moved to Denford inthe 1850s and was a baker, possible that his father was also a baker. Any information, including his subsequent marriage to Ann, would be gratefully received
red mail BUTLIN & BARLOW
Hi all, I have a John Butlin b abt 1795 Rothwell mar 03.04.1820 to Ann Barlow b 14.07.1799 Rothwell. Ann's parents were Samuel Barlow and Mary ? Any connections to anyone? Cheers Julie
red mail Panther
William Smith, PANTHER Looking for family of W.S.Panther (gamekeeper)1779/1780-1855 (died 5/2/1855) married Rebecca Morris/Morriss?1806-1850 at Pytchley. Did not migrate.He was a widow of 72 in the 1851 Census and mentioned Rothwell. Mother maybe Catherine??? Any information of his parents or siblings greatly appreciated. Have photos of some of his children. James and wife Mary Anne TAYLOR came out to Australia on the "Posthumous" in 1850 to Adelaide. (More information if needed)
red mail Oram Family in Rothwell
I am looking for family of Robert Oram born c1812 in Rothwell. He married Fanny (or Francis depending which census u look at) who was born in Broughton c1814. I believe Robert had many siblings Ann, William, Elizabeth, Isaac, John, George and Hannah. Any of these in your tree? Please get in touch Thanks Beth
I am interested in hearing from anyone descended from/related to my great-great-grandmother, Frances Croft, born in 1820 in Rothwell. Her parents were Thomas and Frances Croft, and she married Joseph York in 1838.

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