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red mail Salmon
Looking for the marriage details of William Salmon to Mary Madders? at some time between 1790 and 1802. Also possibly connected christening of Christiana Salmon. I have found the details of a Christine Salmon about 1800 but I do not think this is the same person.
red mail Rosson Martin
Searching for contacts to Rosson Martin b.1801 Wybunbury who married Ann Salmon in 1819. Ann b. 1785 in Betley was the dau of Wm Salmon and Ellen Jackson. They had two sons James b. 1824 in Betley and Joseph b. 1830 in Wolstanton.
red mail Steele of Betley Staffordshire
Steele or steel! From Staffordshire (Betley/Audley) I have lots of info (old steele bible) Looking for William Steele born abt 1870-2, married Lizzie Hamer 1901 Prestwich Manchester. I would like to know who his parents were? New to this site so still finding my feet here!
red mail Forsters of Betley
Looking for info on Harry forster and his family
red mail Malpass - bricklayers from 1750
Researching Malpass bricklayers , late 18th century to abt 1850. Cracow Moss
red mail Betley
Wanted for purchase any old photo postcards of Betley Court. thanx David
red mail summerfield, steele, broad
William Summerfield married Elizabeth 1800ish, publican of Lord Nelson, Wrinehill as was his son and daughter-in-law, John and Elizabeth Steele, and grandson Thomas and his wife Elizabeth. Any information on this branch either pre 1800 or post 1881? Photos or info on the Lord Nelson Public House, Wrinehill? Particular interest in location of Jane Summerfield, b.1851, (Thomas' sister), in 1891, and after 1901. Death date? Thank you.
red mail Gater Family.
Researching Gater family who were tailors and lived in Betley circa 1760-1850, having moved from Wybunbury. I have a large index of Gater references.
Research is being carried out by the local history society into the lives of all the Soldiers of the village who were killed during WW1 and WW2 any information would be very welcome.

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