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red mail Boraston/Shuter at Nineveh
I'm trying to find marriage details of William BORASTON b c1834 d 9 May 1908 and Hannah SHUTER b c1834 in Lambeth d 22 Jan 1910. They married sometime after 1851 census as Hannah was unmarried servant at Walton Farm, Stottesdon. Their eldest daughter Elizabeth was born c1855, eldest son Thomas b c1860. BMD index and ancestry searches negative. They are buried together at St. Bartholomew's, Bayton. Thanks. Malcolm
Mary Ann Edwards
I ma looking for any details on Mary Ann Edwards, daughter of John and Lucy Edwards b. abt 1851 in Bayton. I am particularly interested in her birth which I can find no direct records for.
Duckett family
Searching for any references to my ancestor Godfrey DUCKETT and wife Sara in or around Bayton c1606
PIPER Richard b. 1695, Bayton, Worcs.
Richard Piper was born 1695 in Bayton, the son of John and Jane Piper and husband of Mary. To my knowledge they had at least one son, Richard b. 1726 in Abberley, Worcs. If you have any knowledge of this family, I would love to swap information with you.
red mail Steward
Any information on the Steward family of Bayton would be grateful. Sarah Steward (my gg grandmother) born in 1838 in Bayton,and married Thomas Palmer in 1869 in Bayton.
Bayton - Cleobury Mortimer - Neen Savage
My g grandmother Elizabeth was born in Bayton (1868) as were her siblings Edwin, Ellen,, Rosa, William and Alice; father Edwin, 1826, born in Neen Savage, married a Harriet, born in Burford; his father probably John, married an Elizabeth (John was from Gloucestershire). I'd be interested to share information - perhaps with other descendants, or grateful to receive information earlier than 1800. Thanks

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