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Quantrills in Lincolnshire
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|Simon||Report||31 Jan 2004 18:36|
Doing a search brings up lots of Quantrills in Lincolnshire and I can't help but think (hope ?!) there'll be a common link somewhere. Rather than send individual messages to you all, add your Quantrill connections here ! I've got, Lily Quantrill (b 1896); siblings Ethel (b 1892), Arthur (b 1894), and George (b1899) - all these were born in Gedney. There father was Charles Quantrill born in Holbeach, 1866 who married Mary (b 1867 in Gedney) - maiden name, as yet, unknown.