Author Topic: MELLOR Leicester/Warwick border  (Read 1590 times)

Offline Trees

  • RootsChat Marquessate
  • *******
  • Posts: 5,105
  • Can't see the wood for the !!!
    • View Profile
MELLOR Leicester/Warwick border
« on: Tuesday 09 May 06 16:02 BST (UK) »
I am trying to trace Thomas MELLOR b 1782-( date from his Death certificate) the problem being I'm not sure where he was born.
Thomas MELLOR m Phoebe CHESHIRE (b Carlton Leicestershire) in Grendon Warwickshire 1803 .  Children are born 1804-1818 in Carlton Leicestershire 1841 census they're in Sibson Leicestershire Phoebe dies in Sibson Leicestershire 1845 and he died Chilvers Coton Warwickshire in 1850.
I wonder if anyone can help me locate Thomas or do I have to visit both Warwick and Leicester?
Trees
Census Information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

For details of my research interests please see
mcmullin.me.uk
Also read the children a story from Story Time at the same web site.

Offline Trees

  • RootsChat Marquessate
  • *******
  • Posts: 5,105
  • Can't see the wood for the !!!
    • View Profile
Re: MELLOR Leicester/Warwick border
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 18 October 09 13:15 BST (UK) »
It has been a long time since we added to this topic so time for an update
I have found in Family Search a Thomas b 7 Jun 1785 baptised in Norton juxta Twycross to a Richard and Mary. They had 8 children baptised there between 1777-1798 and a Mary bap 1775 in Twycross St James!

We are now thinking that
Richard married a Mary first known child 1775  Where and When did they marry?
William married Elizabeth CLARKE 11 Apr 1765 Twycross
A John marries a SARAH but where and When?
And an Ann married a Thomas Orton at Twycross in 1767

Can anyone see baptisms for Richard,William ,John and Ann?
We feel they were siblings The area is so close to county boarders they could have originally com from Leicestershire, Warwickshire,Derby or Staffordshire
Trees
Census Information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

For details of my research interests please see
mcmullin.me.uk
Also read the children a story from Story Time at the same web site.