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red mail Bradbury Family
Looking for any info on Sidney Leonard Bradbury1892 East Leake,died 1978 Essex cannot trace marriage but death cert shows a son John Derek Bradbury, his birth registration show his mothers name Bates tracing back she married a Thomas Bradbury in 1916 Market Bosworth Don't think this is right.John Derek died in Weymouth 1989 awaiting death cert to find any further info. Thank you.
red mail HARDY in EAST LEAKE
I am researching the HARDY family in East Leake in the 19th century. I would be pleased to hear from anyone with links to this family.
red mail TREECE/DARE
Can anybody tell me anything about the family of Elizabeth Dare who was born in East Leake in 1802? She married John Treece from Barton In Fabris and they had three children that I know of - Thomas (1818), Martha (1819??) and William (1821). Does anybody have any information about their daughter Martha who was my husband's 3 x great grandmother.
red mail GARNER family
I am looking for ancestors of Eliza Garner b. Abt.1825, father Richard a Stockinger. Married Joseph Cook. Both Eliza & Joseph were born in East Leake according to marriage certificate & Census but I cannot find anything further. They must have gone out during the 1841 Census! Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Gorick, Gorique, Gorrick
contact for Gorick, descended from Jacques Gorique, a Hueguenot silk weaver who arrived in England in early 17th Century
red mail TAYLOR
Early 1800s onwards, Thomas Taylor, wife Mary, Edwin, William, Ellen, and Betsy. They also seemed to move around the area later.
red mail Wootton
Trying to Trace John Wootton b. East Leake 1873 to William and Eliza nee Marshall of Bunny. They had a daughter Ada Wootton b 1895 who married Samuel Smith of Ibstock Leicestershire. Other children were Sarah, William, Eliza, Lil, Florence, Maud, Phyllis, Ethel and Leonard. In 1901 they lived The Green East Leake.
red mail Pidcock living in East Leake and surrounds
Ellen Pidcock married Tom Clarke and am Researching all generations back, would love to contact others also researching this area
red mail Hallam living in East Leake
Researching Hallam living in East Leake, Henry Hallam then Charlotte Hallam married Thomas Clarke
red mail Clarke families living in East Leake
Researching Clarke families from current day to 1826
I am looking for information on William Monk b about 1800 in East leake area and his wife Ruth Marriott b in Sawley about 1800 they lived in East leake where at least three children born, John,Elizabeth and James moving to Wymeswold about 1834 where Jane and my GG grandfather William was born in 1841
red mail East Leake
Looking for information about the descendants of Robert Morris and Joane Webb m:12 July 1633
Stevenson early 19th century
Seeking information about the family of Anne Stevenson born East Leake about 1823, daughter of John Stevenson. One of her two grandfathers fought at Waterloo and was commended “for valour”. She married John Gascoign of Kingston on Soar at St Mary's in Nottingham on 26 Jan 1846 and lived in Kingston until her death there in 1883.
red mail Haines
My Haines family moved to East Leake from Thrussington . Associated with the White family . Then dispersed thro the whole of the U K
red mail Belton in East Leake
Joseph Belton was born on 30 Nov. 1806 in East Leake, the son of John and Elizabeth. Joseph is married about 1836 to a Sarah (LNU)from Woodhouse Eaves and their first child George is born abt 1838 in Ruddington. Second child Emma born abt August 1840in Loughborough is married to Enoch Blood on 26 Dec 1859 in Ruddington. By 1851 the Beltons are living in Ruddington.
red mail Clarke
looking for contact with CLARKE families born in east leake
red mail Pidcock Family
looking for any PIDCOCK families born in east leake.
red mail Allsop Family
Seeking to contact any ALLSOP family born in East Leake

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