by MARYC 8 years, 11 months
SOLOMON WAS BORN AROUND 1849 MARRIED TO ELIZABETH ELLEN NORRIS. HE SUPPOSEDLY DIED AT SEA SERVING WITH THE MERCHANT NAVY AROUND THE LATE 1880'S OR 1890'S. CANNOT TRACE ANY RECORD OF HIS DEATH.
Looking for the parents of John Wildsmith. John who died approximately 1930-1940. John married Maude Roat - both buried in Kase Cemetery Riverside PA
Looking for the parents of Dr Thomas Wildsmith - 12/23/1863 - 5/9/1920
buried in Kase cemetery...
Looking for the father of Calvin Christian Ryan - 1892-1965
Catherine Ryan Brown - 1895-1957 (last address Newark NJ - sister of Calvin)
Lucinda "Jane" Ryan - 1869-1948 (mother of Calvin)
All buried in the Kase Cemetery Riverside, PA
CHARLES LAUNCHBURY was born 1823 in Botley, Berkshire, and died Aft. 1881. He married SARA ANNE HISCOCK 1844. She was born 1822 in Chaddington Wiltshire, England, and died Aft. 1881.
Notes for CHARLES LAUNCHBURY:
Bishops transcript of Parish...
I have been resarching my family tree forr 5 years now and have a few major road blocks.
The first is with Alexander M. Delaney. He was born 25 Nov 1825 in SC, Died 26 Oct 1882 in Dixie County, FL. He married Roadblock #2 - Mary A. Roebuck...
My dad was from Saint Louis MO. His dad was Alfred Brugman but through the years the spelling has changed My dad spelled it Brueggman he had 2 family members His moms name was Viola Parker. My dad was in the military for 24 1/2 years he retired...
The Census started in 1801, but returns before 1841 are very rare. This one covers the area around Cumnor, but omits my relatives in Hinksey.
William SLATTER, 37, vicar; wife Lucy 28; chn: Lucy 5, Jane 4; Thomas PARKER, 19,...
Last known address Rua Candido Benicio, 3541, Jacarepagua, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Father of Cecilia Ramos. Would like to contact any relatives in Brazil or other areas.
JOHN CALLADINE the third son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-) was born 1844 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham. He married ANNIE K. ELLIS. She was born 1848 in Manchester, Lancashire.
John moved to manchester where he was...
WILLIAM CALLADINE was born October 15, 1836 in Hucknall Torkard, the eldest son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-). He married LOUISA ?. She was born 1838 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottinghamshire. I have copied extracts from J....
CHARLES CALLADINE the second son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-) was born October 13, 1828 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham. He married ALICE DOBB November 21, 1853 in Hucknall Torkard St Mary, daughter of CHARLOTTE. She...
cases from Derbyshire Petty sessions 1770-1828
1820.1 CALLADINE John (Ripley, ML) Farmer [Poaching on sunday] 1st offence (Hurt c)
1827.2 CALLADINE Phillip (N/s, ) N/s [Trespass: wilful. (kemp john] fine: 1/= (Halton)
1828.4 CALLADINE Thomas...
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W497a Joseph TOMLINSON Head W 83 M Living on own means Carsington
W497b Anna M CALLADINE Niece S 40 F Alderwasley...
CALLADINE Ann 1911 Horsley Woodhouse
CALLADINE Annie 1912 South Wingfield
CALLADINE Emma 1883 Derby
CALLADINE George 1868 Horsley Woodhouse,Horsley
CALLADINE George 1871 Derby
CALLADINE George 1876 Derby
C 1861may05 CALLADINE Anna maria=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2105
C 1863may10 CALLADINE Joseph=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2233
C 1865dec03 CALLADINE Thomas william=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2391
C 1867apr21 CALLADINE Sarah...
Surname Childs name(s) Fathers Name(s) Mothers Name(s) year m d Entry Remarks
CALLADINE ANNE WILLIAM ANNE 1821 12 25 146
Alphabetical Burials 1847 to 1864
Surname First name Abode Day Mnth Year Age Entry Information...
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Family tree and genealogy records in the world. When they claim that on the web site, they are not kidding, for...
My Mother's side of the family is very interesting to me and I've been researching it and of course getting more and more intrigued with branching off and searching other sides of the family as well. Her name is Wanda Mae Risner d/o Osville...
I am looking for my family history, or to be precise - to find out if the family folklore is true. I want to identify the Nottingham pit (coal mine) where my great granddad discovered the River Trent to be full. He put in a pickaxe and started a...
The source of the name Launchbury is a mystery that many historians have tackled over the ages. R.A. McKinley, in his A History of British Surnames suggests that this is a surname exclusive to north Oxfordshire, was developed from the Lamprey,...