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Offline Firefly23

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Stephenson / Stevenson of Grange & Milburn
« on: Tuesday 07 February 17 13:24 GMT (UK) »
Hello.
Am trying to find parents and wife of Thomas Stephenson bap approx. 1670. Don't have where he was born.
Have details of one son - Richard, bap 1710 in Grange, Westmorland. Richard married Eleanor Jackson and had 11 children in Milburn, Westmorland.

If anyone can help in providing details of Thomas, it would really be appreciated.
Many thanks

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Re: Stephenson / Stevenson of Grange & Milburn
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 07 February 17 17:57 GMT (UK) »
Hi Firefly
Just a thought Grange as in Grange over Sands used to be in Lancashire , Milburn is nr Appleby in Westmorland and there is a hamlet or house there called Milburn Grange

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Re: Stephenson / Stevenson of Grange & Milburn
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 08 February 17 08:03 GMT (UK) »
Good Morning, Fellsman.
Thank you for your reply; most kind.
Looking again at Richard and his family's parish records (Milburn) there are notes relating to Milburn Grange, I presume this would be the hamlet you refer to.
Many thanks
Robert