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1861/1871/1881/1891/1901 look ups offered+BMD>C191

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GeordieCath

GeordieCath Report 15 Aug 2005 22:27

Jess , Sorry i missed what you asked . The family that you posted doesnt seem to be the ones i am looking for . Catherine

James

James Report 16 Aug 2005 20:13

Hi Jess, As I am unable to find your thread for Tuesday, I will tender my thanks to you from here until it reappears. I am grateful to you for taking the time to look up some info on the Weston & Collins families for me. You have also given me the name of BINDLEY (linked to the Collins family) which is completely new to me, so I'm grateful for that also. Thanks again, Jimmy

The Bag

The Bag Report 16 Aug 2005 20:53

Sorry then , catherine that was must best shot. James, no problem- a pleasure. jess

David

David Report 16 Aug 2005 21:52

Hi Jess, Thank you for your kind offer. Can you please look in 1861 & 1871 for my g grandmother Mary Ann Sykes. 1881 says she was born 1851 New Brighton, Cheshire. She married David Hanna 30/7/1871 at Leeds parish church. residence at time of marriage Sykes Row presumably Leeds. Father John Sykes, his occupation Potter. Thanks David

The Bag

The Bag Report 16 Aug 2005 23:34

David. have tried all the john Sykes in leeds in 1871 and not one of them is a potter, Cant find Mary, in either 1871 or 1861 sorry

The Bag

The Bag Report 16 Aug 2005 23:38

Wendy might be.might not, best that i can find James Yeadon abt 1820 Adel, Yorkshire, England Head Bradford Yorkshire Mary Ann Yeadon abt 1821 Horsforth, Yorkshire, England Wife Bradford Yorkshire

David

David Report 17 Aug 2005 00:16

Hi Jess, Thanks for trying . I will have to have another thik about it. David

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 17 Aug 2005 08:32

Hi Jess Your link from yesterday disappeared so I don't think you saw my request, or I didn't see your reply, you looked for a George Frederick Hooper for me in 1861 but couldn't find him, could you look under Frederick Hooper b.1844 Burford, Oxford/Oxon, nearest Town to Bruford is Witney. Many Thanks Cheryl

The Bag

The Bag Report 17 Aug 2005 08:52

Cheryl - i did look, and yes, i deleted the thread! the only one i could find under frederick was way off, even given +/- 2 years Frederick Hooper abt 1846 Oxfordshire, England Son Oxford St Giles Oxfordshire -------------------------------------------- Have Just tried 'Hooper' born 'Burford' (nothing else) and found these Frances Hooper abt 1854 Burford, Oxfordshire, England Daughter Burford Oxfordshire George Hooper abt 1815 Sherborne, Gloucestershire, England Head Burford Oxfordshire Mary Ann Hooper abt 1821 Burford, Oxfordshire, England Wife Burford Oxfordshire Eliza Smith abt 1846 Burford, Oxfordshire, England Stepdaughter Burford Oxfordshire Emily Smith abt 1849 Burford, Oxfordshire, England Stepdaughter Burford Oxfordshire George Smith abt 1851 Burford, Oxfordshire, England Stepson Burford Oxfordshire

Cheryl

Cheryl Report 17 Aug 2005 09:40

Hello Jess Thanks for trying, another disappearing Rellie!! Thanks Cheryl