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Trying to find any information about my 4x great grandparents. They were born married and died in Billingborough. their names William Sharp 1770-1833 and his wife Elizabeth Sharp Nee Harmston 1771- 1830. I was wandering if they were buried in St Andrews churchyard and if they had a headstone. Thank you.Colin Paterson (Peterborough, England) 11th September 2017 @ 1:18pm
Good day friends I am visiting England in May and would like to visit the St. Andrews Church just South and West of Sleaford. My ancestry lived for a time in the area around 1615-1625. Thomas Dudley his wife Dorothy son Samuel and Daughter Ann all lived in the area from Boston to Sempringham before finally coming to the Colonies in 1629. According to some information Thomas met frequently at the church with the John Winthrop and others to plan the Cambridge Agreement later known as the Massachusetts Bay Colony Charter. If anyone would be able or willing to assist in access to the church or other points of interest I would be very appreciative. Kind Regards Jeff Jeffrey Millennor (Battle Ground, Washington, U.S.A.) 20th March 2018 @ 12:27am
Hello My name is John and I am researching for a book.I came across a photograph labeled 'Cabinet Portrait' shows a picture of an ornate door surrounded by foliage. On the reverse it has written 'doorway Sempringham Abbey church Lincolnshire.Given to me by the Vicar. November !888. Is their any history concerning this door? Thank you for your time. John John Taylor (East Sussex) 16th April 2018 @ 3:04pm
Hello - I am a professional genealogist doing research for a client who is visiting England in January. Her 2nd great grandfather was Rev. John J. Hodgson who was curate in Sempringham and Pointon at the time of his death in August 1877. Do you have any information about him - photographs cemetery record funeral bulletin or the like?
website: http:www.ccbreland.comClaudia Breland (Washington State, United States) 20th November 2018 @ 3:13am
Hi I am doing some research into my family tree I have a very distant relative called John Cooke who I think married Elizabeth Leak on 2791836. The record just says they got married in Billingborough there is no church listed. I am taking a wild guess that it was this church and was wondering if someone could clarify for me that they did get married here and if so what was the name of John Cookes father. There are so many Cookes that come up when doing a search its hard to tell which is the right one.
Many thanks Kerry.Kerry Jackson (Rotherham, South Yorkshire) 17th February 2019 @ 3:09pm
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