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Looking for info on SAGAR family from Lancashire

I have a vast database concerning the SAGAR family from Simonstone nr Burnley and am always looking to add to it. I am particularly looking for info on any SAGARs from 1800s who lived in the Manchester area though may have been born around Burnley in the early 1800s

Looking for Alice Hannah Ramsbottom

Hi Anyone out there who is researching the Ramsbottom family from Lancashire. In particular my gt grandmother Alice Hannah Ramsbottom b 1867/68 either Blackburn or Burnley. mother Elizabeth. Elizabeth (not sure of maiden name) came from Huncoat, nr Burnley and was born 1832

Ramsbottom family from Huncoat

I am looking for any information on the Ramsbottom family who came from Huncoat/Altham/Burnley area of Lancashire. In particular I am looking for the father of Alice Hannah Ramsbottom b @ 1868 in the Burnley area. I know that her mother was called Elizabeth Ramsbottom but do not now if she ever married (or Ramsbottom was her maiden/married name). Elizabeth was born in Huncoat in 1832 and died in Burnley on HAmmerton St in 1894. Can't trace my gt gt grandparents until I am sure whether or not Elizabeth ever married. She appears on the 1891 census as living with her daughter Alice Hannah and son in law John Sagar, but Elizabeth is named as HEAP, she never married a Heap, I think she lived with Joshua Heap on Brown St Burnley from 1870 until his death in 1883.

Looking for Wilkins from Somerset

I have been researching my Sagar/Wilkins family for 5 years. My Wilkins line came from Somerset, moved to Durham and then ended up in Burnley Lancashire. They moved where there was work in the pits. I have come to a dead end with Thomas Wilkins b 1771 in Melksham, Wiltshire. He married Elizabeth Maggs. My research into the Wilkins family includes the names Maggs, Cottle, Francis, Button, Smith, Conroy.

Anyone with info on the this family would be greatly appreciated

Sue (from Bonnie Scotland)

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