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Stuck on dob of Elizabeth TARPLING who married Francis PROCTER 3/2/1717, ILMINGTON
red mail j s johnson
j.s johnson painted Valenders lane ilmington before 1939,can anyone identify the artist,who may be related to my great grandmother
red mail Haynes in Ilmington, Warwickshire
Trying to trace the descendants of Joseph Haynes, who died in Ilmington 1882. He and his wife Anne lived at the Manor House for some years. One son was Alfred.
red mail Ayres family
i am trying to find information on john Ayres b. about 1786 who married raised a family to ilmington, the 1841 census showing him with his 5 children john, henry, selina, ann and mary but no wife believe she may have been lucy arthur but not sure of this ! would like to confirm his wife name and anything on john maybe baptism but not sure if born in ilmington
I am trying to help my uncle trace his family back, we have not ordered a certificate yet, but if the information we have is correct then Giles Keeley is his great great great grandfather. We think Giles and Hannah Roberts daughter, Isabella, born 1823 married Joseph Grimes in 1845, it is the Grimes name we are following.
red mail Keeley
Keeley family 1795 to 1864, large family moved from Lower Quinton, Glos. Names Giles, William, Joseph. Any descendants willing to share info.
red mail Thomas Hawkins - Ilmington
Thomas was born in Farnborough, Warwickshire in 1710. Thomas Hawkins & Esther Haddon were married in Radway 1736 then went to live at Ilmington abt 1740. Son James was born 1740 in the work house,His son John B;1770 in Ilmington married Ann ?. Their son John B;1801 married Ann Rose.Their son Alfred b;1834 married Eleanor Harbone and they came to live in Selly oak, Birmingham. I am willing to share info. Any help gratefully received.

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