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red mail George William Taylor
I'm looking for information on George William Taylor who married Paulina Porter Hutchinson at St Saviours Church in Clarborough on 05/07/1897. George worked as a Moulder, a Blacksmith's Striker and was later in the Army (possibly killed in action). His father's name was Joseph.
red mail Brown, John
John Brown was born in Clarborough around 1816/17 to a Michal Brown. However on his marriage certificate his father is Joseph Motley. John married Ann Bacon of South Leverton in 1843. Any information on the Brown family would be appreciated.
red mail Grant/Cuckson
I am interested in any info on my grt. grt grandmother Hannah Cuckson b.1817 d.Jun 1903;her father Robert Cuckson; mother Mary Seels. I know she married Alexander Grant b.1815 d.1864 and took up schoolteaching on his death and can trace their descendants.
red mail Dunk/Pettinger marriage
Does anyone have any information regarding the ancestors of either Jonathan Dunk or Ruth Pettinger who married 16/5/1727 (according to my research)in Clarborough? They are my 6x great Grandparents!
red mail Clarborough and Welham
We are a group of villagers who are researching the history of our village and wonder if any of Curious Fox messagers had any information about our villages. Any information new or old would be gratefully received.
red mail Dunk or Dunks
I am looking for information on my 6 x Gt., Grandfather Jonathan Dunk born in Clarborough, Notts., in 1699.He married Ruth Pettinger born 1703, I do not know when they married. Also A Thomas Dunk born 1752 he married twice. But I do not know the dates, his first wife Elizabeth Ogley born 1764, the second wife was Elizabeth Linley born 1759. They had three children John, Mary and Thomas. Family tree ancestors about the 1700's were called Dunk, but after this time it changed to Dunks. Jim
red mail OGLE of Clarborough
Looking for info regarding George Ogle b. Sept. 1776 Moorgate. Married Jane Wright. George's father was Henry Ogle b. abt. 1748 Clarborough (a brickmaker). His father was Henry Ogle b. 1715. George & Jane had the following children - Henry b. 1802, Hannah 184, Timothy 1805,Jane 1807, George 1813.
Looking for Joseph Rogers born in Clarborough around 1821. His wife Sarah was from Little Gringley and their children were Sarah, Thomas, John and Joseph. Though none were born in the village
red mail Sarah Wilson
Sarah Wilson was my GG Grandma, who at the time of her wedding was known to be living in Clarborough. She married John Antcliff from nearby Elkesley, in april 1864. Her father was called Charles, a farm labourer. I do not know any other details, but would love to find out anything.
red mail NEWBOLD
My ancestor there is John NEWBOLD bp 8 Sep 1776 East Drayton/Clarborough, Notts. farmer. He m'd Elizabeth SPIVEY bp 1768 East Drayton m 1800 East Drayton, Notts.
Seeking any info on Joshua William Brooks marriaged Francis Summerscales 1 jan 1829 Sandal Magna Yorkshire,childern were born in Clarborough Joshua william 1833,Marhta 1838,mary 1832 (John Bapist 19 mar 1840) this is my GGGGgrandfathers family .John Bapist Brooks father was a Clergyman If anyone is linked please contact me.Thank you An Australia descendant.
red mail Cheswick/Clarke
John Cheswick born 1775 in Upton,Linc`s married a Hannah Clark from ? they had 2 children born in Clarborough before moving into Barnby Dun,Doncater they were Thomas Cheswick born 1797 and Elizabeth 1804.Large data base on the Cheswick`s for decendents
red mail freeborough of clarborough
looking for info on james freeborough, a tailor, and eliza taylor his wife, married 1857 in Clarborough parish church

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