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    Default Fargrose?

    I've found the first marriage of one of my ancestors Sarah. She married John Bee in 1817 Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Her maiden name is Fargrose, however I'm not having much luck finding Sarah or anyone with the surname Fargrose. So any help would be appreciated.

    I believe she later married William Smith in 1821 Holbeach.
    This is the record of her marriage to John Bee (it at the top on the right) I'm not very good at reading handwriting but it does look like Fargrose and that is what it has been transcribed as.

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    lincstothepast.com/Records/RecordDisplayTranscript.aspx?oid=604643&iid=390043

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    To me it looks like TARGROSE.

    Compare the F in Fields on the previous image (23 - top left hand entry).
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    You're right, that is coming up with some hits.

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