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red mail John George Wright
John George Wright son of George Albert Wright and Sarah Ann born 1895 in Giltbrook went to WW1 (as possibly married with one or two children). After the war he was living in Ashford with his mother, brothers and sisters. In 1922 he emigrated to Australia and changed his surname. There may be descendants in Ashford, Greasley or Mansfield who have have lost the trail at this point. I can help there and I would be keen to find out anything from his familly in the UK.
red mail Thomas BURROWS
Thomas BURROWS was born circa 1666 in Greasley, Notts. He married Sarah HARRISON at Dale Abbey, Derby in 1688. No record of Thomas's birth or baptism has yet been located. Their children were: Elizabeth(1692), John(1694),Mary(1695), Thomas(1699), Jonathan(1702), Samuel(1704) and William(1707) all born in Greasley. SAMUEL(1704) married JANE BENNET(1702). If anyone can provide any information on Thomas's parents or anything to do with this family, I would be very grateful.
red mail The Clifton family in Greasley
I'm trying to find out more about the Clifton family in Greasley. My grandfather Eric Clifton's father was George (coal miner) and his mother was Minnie (Rose) (nee Waling). They lived on Lynn Croft in 1904 and married in 1903 at the church in Rempstone where Minnie's family lived.
red mail Todd's Hall and Bleak Hall Building
I am trying to tie together some birth certificates with the 1841 census. In the census, my family (Robinson) are shown as living in Bleak Hall Building, I have certificates that (I think) show the same family living at Todd's Row. Is Bleak Hall Building in or reasonably close to Todd's Row? Can anyone tell me anything about either place? Thanks Mark
red mail hill family
I am trying to trace the relatives of the Hill family. Beatrice Hill was born in 1909 in Greasley Nottinghamshire. Her parents were Henry Hill and Eliza Hill maiden name is not known. Beatrice Hill married Albert Stevenson who later died. She then married Charles Taylor.
red mail Hattons of Greasley and Basford
My GrGrGrGrandad Peter Hatton married to Ann Armstrong domiciled in Greasley.I'm trying to find the Northern Irish connection in the family.From info. given to me it appears that Co.Tyrone could be the region.He worked as a Hawker,she was a lace maker.They had about 8 children.Any info.much appreciated. Peter was born 1804c. Ann in 1810c. Regards to all you searchers Michael.
red mail Wright family of Greasley
Looking for anyone with info about Kate Wright who was born in Greasley who later married James Platts. Her father Jabez Wright was a blacksmith in Greasley and her mother was an Alice Anthony.
red mail Fawcett/ Eaglefield
I am looking for more info about my grandparents Benjamin Fawcett m Fanny Elizabeth Eaglefield. On 1891 census they were living in Greasley Basford ages 11 and 8. Bens father William Fawcett was born in Durham and listed as Coal Miner. Fanny`s father born Eastwood was a Blacksmith. Any info greatly appreciated or info on Greasley Basfod. Thanks, Chris.
red mail Millership
Within Greasley parish is an area now known as Beauvale. it is not unlikely that in earlier times it was pronounced Beaverlee or even Beverley
red mail MILLARSHIP, MILLERSHIP, Beggarlee, Beaverlee, Greasley, Deneasley, Beverley
1901 census shows Samuel MILLERSHIP, a Coal Hewer, born in "Beverley" Notts about 1829, living in Oldbury, Worcestershire. In 1861 his birthplace is transcibed as DENEASLEY but on scrutiny of the original I think this should be GREASLEY. It looks as though a whole family moved from the coal-mining area of Nottingham to the coal-mining area of Oldbury around the 1840's. Samuel's sister Eliza married Oldbury-born Job CLIFTON and in 1861 Job and Eliza's eldest recorded child is Daniel aged 19, also Oldbury-born. Any additional information will help please.
red mail Hand, Sarah
I am interested in Sarah Hand, b. Greasley 1775. She married Joshua Cree in Newark in 1776 and died there in 1843
red mail hudson, bacon
looking for info on John Edward Hudson adn Kate Bacon believed to be from the greasley area or at least lived there in 1900's when they had a son called William Bacon. Any info would be great
red mail Musgroves and Brentnalls
Have quite a few Musgrove ancestors who lived and were born in Brinsley and Greasley. I believe Joseph Musgrove married Katherine Brentnall in 1803. Any info on the musgrove and Brentnall families would be greatly appreciated.
red mail FLINT/WOOD
William FLINT married Elizabeth WOOD about 1717. His father was William and mother Isobell SANDERS. Elizabeth's parents were Joseph WOOD and Mary. Any info?
I have detail on Sellars family born Greasley 1803 +...Peter Holmes
red mail Royston
Sarah Royston born c1667 in Greasley married John Dawes in 1687, they were both Quakers and had lots of kiddies but I cannot find her parents, any help appreciated.
red mail Hoyland Emily B. 8 Aug 1875
Looking for details on above. Married a John Joseph BALL from Blackwell, Derbyshire.
red mail Flint
Any information on Hannah FLINT bpt. 25.4.1755 who married Adam WAGSTAFF 16.12.1777.

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