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Lincolnshire / Re: Richard Alfred Dean, an Iron Fitter
« on: Saturday 13 July 24 10:07 BST (UK)  »
In 1921, he was working as an Engine Fitter at Ruston Hornsby


Cambridgeshire / Re: Hannah Eversden 1711-1747
« on: Monday 08 July 24 14:47 BST (UK)  »
There were two William Eversdens, one in 1700, the son of Joshua and Alice, and the one in 1701, the son of William and Mary.

The trees have the son of Joshua and Alice marrying Mary Danker.


Cambridgeshire / Re: Hannah Eversden 1711-1747
« on: Saturday 06 July 24 14:34 BST (UK)  »
Some trees have William marrying Mary Danker, born 1677.

Others have William, born in 1700, marrying Mary Danker who was baptised in nearby Bourn in 1703, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth.

No further evidence of any Eversdens in Norfolk after 1699, so it could be them in 1699.

The trees have Mary's birth as 1677, and there was a Mary Tyrrell baptised in 1677 in Fritton, five miles from Tharston.


Lincolnshire / Re: Looking for Charles E Sandy
« on: Thursday 04 July 24 14:52 BST (UK)  »
George was a Shoemaker, later Boot Repairer.

Some trees on Ancestry, if correct, have the Stones family going back to 1560, and the Clipsham family back to around 1700.


Lincolnshire / Re: Looking for Charles E Sandy
« on: Thursday 04 July 24 10:43 BST (UK)  »
In 1911, Clara Ruth, born in Bardney, daughter of George and Emily, nee Clipsham, was in Ferry Road, Bardney, together with sister, Constance.

George born in Timberland in 1851 and Emily in Bardney in 1867

1911 - Charles Edward Sandy was in Broxholme, Lincoln. Father, John Alfred, born 1881 in Bardney and mother, Mary Jane, nee Beaumont, 1880 in Langtoft, York

In 1921, Charles was boarding in South Ormsby, Alford, born 1904 in Martin in Timberland.

In 1921, Constance and her parents were still there, but no Clara Ruth, and I can't see her elsewhere.


P.S. Clara Ruth Stones was baptised on 14th August 1903 in Barney, daughter of George and Emily.

Constance Alice May Stones, born on 26th May 1906 and baptised on 26th June, married Arthur W Harness in Horncastle District in 1925.

Leicestershire / Re: John Harris born around 1811 in Leicestershire, I think.
« on: Wednesday 03 July 24 11:14 BST (UK)  »
A possibility, but mother not Foster:-

There was a John Harris born on 30th August 1811, and baptised on 26th January 1812, in Lutterworth, Leicestershire, son of Richard Harris and Frances.

Other baptisms of siblings state that Richard was in the militia.

Richard Harris, serving in the Leicestershire Militia, married Frances Wheeler by licence on 8th March 1806 at St Mary de Castro, Leicester.


Cheshire / Re: ACKERLEY family from Bickerton and Poulton cum Seacombe
« on: Saturday 29 June 24 10:06 BST (UK)  »
I am not certain if this is the right person:-

His marriage to Elizabeth Fillingham has his father as Samuel.

The 1851 census in Guilden Sutton has John, son of Samuel, a widower, born 1836 in Guilden Sutton, although Samuel born in Bickerton.

In 1841 in Guilden Sutton has his mother as Sarah.

Samuel married Sarah Jones on 9th February 1833 in St. Mary's-On-The-Hill, Chester.

Only two of the children seem to have been registered on the GRO. All baptised in Guilden Sutton, except for John on 27th March 1836 in Coddington as Acherly.


Cornwall / Re: Langmaid Family from Highway
« on: Friday 28 June 24 16:27 BST (UK)  »
A lot of trees have the family:-

Richard Langmaid, son of John (1795-18640 and Mary Ann Jones !797-1858)

Married Jane Ann Lander, born in St Veep in 1828, in 1858

They don't seem to have her baptism, but there was a Jane Ann Launder, baptised in St Veep, on 2nd March 1828, daughter of Nicholas and Elizabeth Hill, who married in St Veep on 2nd October 1827.


Merionethshire / Re: Llanaber burials [near Barmouth]
« on: Thursday 27 June 24 09:20 BST (UK)  »
There are images of some graves on this site, but not the one of Catherine:

I took some images a few years ago, and it is on a slope. The older part would be difficult, but the modern part had some paths.


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