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Sheila and Jim,
I wish you all the very best of luck in your Research Room. I'll be
following you there.
On 26 May 2015 at 08:00, <nottsgen-request(a)rootsweb.com> wrote:
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> 1. SHEILA GREENALL (dgnotts101)
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> Date: Mon, 25 May 2015 09:24:50 +0100
> From: dgnotts101 <dgnotts101(a)aol.com>
> Subject: [NTT] SHEILA GREENALL
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> Dear, All
> With immediate effect, both Sheila Greenall and David Greenall have stood
> down from their roles
> as Bookshop Manager and Membership Secretary from the Nottinghamshire
> Family History Society
> The only reason why I left the Society bookshop after 25 Years?
> we have love running the society bookshop over the years and helping a lot
> of people
> Thank You and goodbye
> Sheila and Jim Greenall
> We are about to setup a new Research Room at
> End of NOTTSGEN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 54
With immediate effect, both Sheila Greenall and David Greenall have stood down from their roles
as Bookshop Manager and Membership Secretary from the Nottinghamshire Family History Society
The only reason why I left the Society bookshop after 25 Years
we have love running the society bookshop over the years and helping a lot of people
Thank You and goodbye
Sheila and Jim Greenall
We are about to setup a new Research Room at
I am looking for any information anyone may have on the Harris/ Higginson
families from Sutton in Ashfield in the mid 1940's. I am specifically
looking for Barbara May Harris who married John Higginson in 1943.
Could some one please tell me how or where to look for descendants of the
following family. I am most interested in knowing if Thomas of Retford is
the same as the Thomas of Strood, Kent. It looks like they could be one and
the same. I would like to follow the other lines as well.
GEORGE1 COBB was born on 25 Feb 1700 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
England. He married
Anne Carlisle on 03 Sep 1730.
George Cobb and Anne Carlisle had the following children:
i. THOMAS COBB was born on 17 Nov 1731 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
ii. ANN COBB was born on 15 Oct 1733 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
iii. JOHN COBB was born on 18 Feb 1736 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
iv. SARAH COBB was born on 18 Jan 1738 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
v. GEORGE COBB was born on 26 Nov 1742 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
vi. JOHN COBB was born on 03 May 1747 in West Retford, Nottinghamshire,
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