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red mail Furnival Family
Looking for any information about William and Elizabeth Furnival and their children John and George.John Born in Mucklestone around 1815
red mail Eardley Family in Mucclestone
Looking for details of any kind on an Eardley family from Mucclestone. Joseph Eardley born c1805 in Mucclestone. No baptism entry in St Marys Church register, but maintains on all census born at Mucclestone. Married Lucy Daniel in 1828 who was a descendant of a famous Staffordshire Potter. Joseph & Lucy were married at St Peters Church Stoke on Trent and some of their children baptised there before moving to Burslem. Have been unable to establish definately who Joseph's parents were and if there were any siblings. (there is some suggestion it may have been a Joseph Eardley and Ann Ward but this is not proven) Would like to trace this family back to early 1700's or earlier if poss. If anyone out there has some proven link to this family I would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail Daniel DUNN family
Seek information on Daniel DUNN family residing in Mucklestone in 1800's. Daniel & his wife Mary Ann (maiden name unknown) had several children including Hannah, Mary Ann, Sampson, George, James, Henry and Thomas. Thomas DUNN married Mary Ann (maiden name unknown)and had 4 children: Samuel b. 28 Sept 1856, Henry b. 11 May 1860, Daniel George b. 13 May 1863 and John b. 6 Nov 1866. Daniel George DUNN (my grandfather) came to Trenton New Jersey as a young man.
red mail William Boughey
Looking for information about the parents of William Boughey born 1833 in Knighton near Muckelston, he was an apprentice blacksmith in the 1851 census- mothers name ?Matilda Boughey- wifes name Anne- daughters name Mary Champ Boughey. In 1981 he was a publican in Newcastle under Lyme
red mail Old Lane Aston
I'm looking for any information about Old Lane, Aston, near Mucklestone, particularly whereabouts it might be today.
red mail Allman family
Looking for information on the Allman family, particularly Richard or Nathaniel, early 19 century.
red mail UNDERWOOD
Looking for further information on the Underwood family who lived in the Mucklestone/Market Drayton areas in the early19thC. Known ancestor Nathaniel who was a shoemaker, other family names include Francis (in more than one generation) and William (worked in Oakley). Family members John and Elizabeth moved to Liverpool.
red mail Poulson John, Mucklestone,Staffs
John Poulson B. abt 1840. believed at Mucklestone, married to Ann nee Price, parents of Ada Poulson b. abt 1874 who married John Isaac Price
red mail Mucklestone, Staffs/ Shrophire
Has anyone any information on the Latham family, a number of whom were born in Mucklestone and surrounding area in the early 19th century.
red mail Mucklestone Staffs
zlooking for details of William and Elizabeth Furnival married about 1810 = children include Jas John Mary Ann George Samuel etc

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