If you send for the birth certificate of your great grandfather/mother, the
child of this William Radford, then the mother's maiden name will be shown.
You are missing out a step in your research and trying to jump a generation.
The PRs might not help as you really don't know where they married, you are
only assuming, it could even have been a register office.
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On Behalf Of Mrs Watson
Sent: 28 October 2010 18:26
To: Notts Gen; derbysgen-l(a)rootsweb.com
Subject: [NTT] RADFORD Blackwell by Alfreton
HelloI am researching my great great grandfather, William RADFORD. He was
born in Skegby in 1856, but moved to Blackwell by Alfreton, where he married
Mary Ann (?)I have tried looking at Ancestry to find his marriage but there
are so many William Radfords that I am just stuck! Their first child was
born circa 1873, so he would (presumably!) have been married before then!
I'm trying to find out the maiden name of his wife, and order the marriage
certificate, does anyone have the PRs for Blackwell and could do a look up
for me, I would be so grateful!Thank you so much
See below for my research interests:
Fox, Hawley, Kitson, Naylor, Salsbury, Shimmel, Skidmore
Longstaff, Munn, Plews, Walton, Watson
IRELAND, County Down: Munn
Bower, Challens, Fox, Pitt, Smith
Daniels, Gotts, Grimes, Marshall, Slaughter, Wright
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