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red mail Masters
Hi, I was wondering if anyone had any information regarding a William John Masters. He was born in Farthingstone in 1885 and I belive he was married to a Lizzie Lack. He is a descendant to James Masters and had at least 6 siblings. Thanks for all your help.
red mail Woodings of Yardley Hastings
Hello, I have found over 1,000 WOODINGS but cannot tie them all together. The person I would most like to give parents and siblings to is Charles WOODING B:c 1723 and who married Hannah Stevenson in 1748 in Yardley Hastings. The descendents of this couple have not troubled me, and I would be quite happy to share what I have. So if anyone can add anything useful to Charles I would love to hear from you. Kind Regards Peter
red mail Lack Family
Looking for any info. on Elizabeth Lack who married William John (or vice versa) Masters. I believe her mother's name was Jane. I think Elizabeth, who may have been called Lizzie, had sisters' named Edith & Alice. There may also have been a brother. Shirley
red mail Berrill
Looking for infromation about Leah Berrill, who was born in about 1842 and was an orphan in the workhouse in 1851.
red mail STUART
Looking for information on Edward and Ruth Stuart born 1806 in Yardley Hastings.Edward was a gamekeeper and Ruth a lacemaker. In the 1881 census they lived in blenley farm cottage. Also James Stuart their son born 1843.He had 2 children William and Sarah. He left the area with his children in search of work and settled in Bolton Lancs. Any info on the Stuarts of Yardley Hastings would be very much appreciated
Sarah Allen a widow
Sarah Allen a widow, of Yardley Hastings Northamptonshire, aged 33 years has three children aged 7 - 9 - 11. All employed in lace making, earnings 2/6, Their weekly relief paid by parish 4/- Their earnings from keeping a lace making school 9d. As a result of alterations in payment relief, they will from the 29th September 1835 only receive 2 shillings from the Parish. This was decided at a meeting held on the 2nd of September 1835.
red mail Convict Relations
I am seeking information on anyone who is connected to Joseph Bedford, James Underwood and William Downing who were sent to Tasmania in 1841 for their role in the death of John Dunkley, the gamekeeper of the Castle Asbhy Estate.

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