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Lacemakers in Nottingham. One address I have is
Commercial Buildings, St Marys Gate, Radford in the
1920s. Some went to Australia & Canada. Does anyone
know what became of others?
Any info would be gratefully received.
ps. I have a ticket dated 1856 for passage on a ship
called "Spray of the Ocean" from Liverpool to
Melbourne but have been unable to find any record of
this ship. Any ideas ?
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From: G.J.Moore <gjlmasm(a)sprynet.com>
To: k.b.woodward(a)mailexcite.com <k.b.woodward(a)mailexcite.com>
Date: Monday, January 07, 1980 3:49 AM
Subject: Moore of Nottingham
I am looking for relatives of John Moore, born in Syerston in 1841. His father was Thomas Moore and his mothers name was Susan. He had many siblings, sisters Mary, Emma, Fanny and Elisa. He also had brothers George and Henry. I have also been trying to trace Thomas's father, John Moor (I think Thomas added the "e"). I know that he died in 1821 at the age of 33 and is buried in Flawborough but can find no other record.
Does any of this ring any bells?
I am a new member and posting my interests for the first time.
I am researching the LENTON family. My great grandmother HENRIETTA LENTON
married FRED BROUGH of Wirksworth in March 1905. Henrietta's father was
GEORGE LENTON and her mother was called GRACE. Witnesses to the marriage
were a WILLIAM LENTON and HARRY SMALE LENTON.
I believe the family came to Derby from Nottingham but cannot find them
there to date.
I'd be very pleased to hear from anyone with the same interests.
Yvonne Robertson, St. Albans
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