Author Topic: John ROTTON b c1705 - where?  (Read 385 times)

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Re: John ROTTON b c1705 - where?
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 04 October 20 19:43 BST (UK) »

Re John Rotton
Hello i am a relative for sure of your friend re John Rotton born 1705 d.1769 he was my 5 Great Grandfather, I would like to share information with you

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Re: John ROTTON b c1705 - where?
« Reply #10 on: Monday 05 October 20 16:02 BST (UK) »
Hello koalagirl and welcome to Rootschat

Neither I nor my friend have any family connection to John Rotton.

He lives in Derbyshire and is very interested in local history and often ropes me in to helping with his research into various things for articles in the village magazine and asked me to see what I could find about various people including John Rotton.

As far as I am aware, I found the info he wanted (though failed at finding a baptism for John Rotton).
His article will have been finished a while ago and he will have moved along to something else.

However, if you are looking for info I will be happy to share what I did find, make another couple of posts and then contact me by PM (Personal Message)  and we can take it from there :-)

Info on the Personal Message system on Rootschat is here:
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Boo

 

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Re: John ROTTON b c1705 - where?
« Reply #11 on: Monday 05 October 20 16:22 BST (UK) »
Re John Rotton b. 1705
That is so disappointing Boo I was hoping to find a relative I have everything to be found on my Rotton Family the only mystery is where john was born and who his parents were, that is why i was so excited to read your message. I have been in contact with Herefordsire archives, and they do not have anything, but she did find Norbroom the estate in 1841 Tithe Map.
 
There has been many incorrrect postings about the family and that makes me upset, one has to search and find the truth, like you I am suspecting the Ambrose in Derbyshire maybe his brother, John's son,  Robert Joseph was my 4th Grandfather and so it all goes on right to me. What a strange hobby your friend has, I can only hope it is all done with good searching, because others copy, I am sure you understand.

I am wondering if you have researched Robert Joseph because what is on line is incorrect i have only recently found the correct history on him. Anyway Boo I was so pleased to see everything you wrote was right and that you have searched correctly, disappointed though anything I can help you with also please do contact me.
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