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red mail Cleaver
Looking for parents of Sarah Ann CLEAVER, (& beyond). Born, Dec 28th 1815, in Yelvertoft, Northants. She married, John Cox BAUM, and moved to his home in Leicestershire. They were married on Sept 25th 1836, in Wigston, Leic's. She was either a widow at time of marriage, or had an illegitimate son at this time. The son's name was Henry KING BAUM. Were there any KINGS in Yelvertoft? Any help would be very much appreciated. Mark.
red mail Elizabeth Clarke b. 1844 Yelvertoft
Struggling to find a death record for Elizabeth Clarke (born Townsend). She married John Clarke who died c1865. She appears in 1891 census but not in 1901. Eliminated 3 potential records in Wellingborough, Loughborough and Daventry. Any info on what may have happened to her would be greatly appreciated. 3 of her 4 children moved to Leicester, the other son found in Warwickshire.
red mail york family in yelvertoft
hi i am researching my family tree and my grandfather charles york was born in welford, northampton in 1857 parents john and elizabeth. john was a bootmaker and was born in yelvertoft in 1812. any help on the yorks in yelvertoft gratefully received
red mail Pebody Family
My 2X great-grandfather was Ihomas Pebody, son of Thomas and Prudence Whitmell. My 2X great-grandmother was Ann Bailey. Their eldest child was Jane, born in 1842, ten more followed! The last were twins Joseph and Bailey born in 1863. I would be delighted to hear from anyone with links to this family.
red mail Minor, Minors, Mynor, Mynard
Looking for connections to William Minor who was born in Yelvertoft in 1773 but then moved to Lutterworth and Bitteswell. The name is recorded in several variants but ended up as Minor in the 19th century.
red mail Johnson And Pick
John JOHNSON married Deborah PICK, 1749.

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