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red mail Greensmith, Catherine Rebecca
Born Lenton, Nottingham, approx 1813. Married Thomas Wade 6 August 1834 Barmcote Nottingham. Died 22 Jan 1842, Lenton, Nottingham. This is my gg grandmother and any information would be of great interest. All these dates are approximate.
red mail Whitwell/Groombridge
Looking for decendents of Mary Amelia Groombridge who married William Whitwell at St Mary's Church in Nottingham 25 Dec 1858
red mail Search for descendants of Nottingham artist, T C Moore
Can anyone give me a lead on what happened to Sarah Moore, daughter of Nottingham artist, Thomas Cooper Moore, please? Sarah was 18 years old in 1881 and thought to be living at her father's home, in various addresses in Lenton and the Meadows districts of Nottingham, the last, which I have a record of, being 18, Skynner (or Skinner) Street, from the 1901 Census. I would be interested to hear from or of any descendants of T C Moore, in particular from Sarah.
red mail Gerald Kenway Hibbert
I am looking for any information about Gerald who was born in Wales in 1872. He married in Kendal, Lancs to Sarah Wilhelmina Dyson and in 1901 they were living in Lenton. Any information about them or their children would be welcome.
red mail Hudson
Looking for info. about Thomas Hudson b.1802 and married to Hannah Harrison 1819.His father George was from Wymeswold,Leics.
red mail John and Emma PERROTT
My g,g,grandparents moved to Lenton (from Birmingham) between 1868 and 1871. John was a leather dresser. He and Emma had 6 children when they moved to Lenton, 3 more were born in Lenton: Thomas, Mary Ann and Ada. If anyone has any info on this family I would love to hear from you.
red mail Wagstaff/carnell
Any information on Samuel WAGSTAFF bpt. 15.4.1722 who married Martha CARNELL 7.11.1752.

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