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Trying to find Field
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|Denise||Report||28 Feb 2007 06:16|
I am looking for any information on EDMUND FIELD whose occupation was a Bricklayer. I believe he was born around 1800 (give or take a couple of years) and married Eliza Winkworth around 1822 (once again give or take a couple of years). They appear to have lived around the Hungerford, Berkshire area (although I have him as a witness on his son, Alfreds, marriage certificate in Holborn London) and had 10 children that I know of: Alfred Wallington, Margaret, Clara, Edmund Wallington, Ellen, Henry Wallington, Richard Wallington, Walter Wallington and Mary Wallington. As you can see they had a 'family name' of Wallington. Alfred Wallington is my Gt Gt Grandfather and he married Martha Jane Palmer at St Andrews Parish, Holborn Middlesex, but sadly they both died in 1877 of TB. I have only got as far back as Edmund then I hit a brick wall so if anyone recognises any of the details above, please get in touch. Many thanks