Do you have an burial information for Richard who died in 1842 and Jane Worster 3rd wife who died in 1864.
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Thread: DARLOW of L.Buckby
08-05-2006, 7:59 PM #11sandy hallGuest
09-05-2006, 9:31 AM #12GromwellGuest
Worster Long Buckby
I cannot found a marriage's for Richard Worster & Elizabeth Bland or the buried for Richard and Jane as my Microfiche Reader is broke and to much to repair, so have just order a new one.
You could try Carole Eales of the Northants look up exchange.
But have found this on the family search which could fit with (Elizabeth 1st marriage's ) Elizabeth Bland as you said she was a Widow, John Bland & Elizabeth Warren 15th April 1790 but you would have to check the records, this was West Haddon.
The WORSTER was big in West Haddon of this time, so that's the place I would start !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well not much I can do at this time so in a couple of hours I'll be going for lunch at the Old King's Head in the village.
13-05-2006, 7:00 PM #13sandy hallGuest
Thank you Charles
I know of Carole thanks we have helped each other many times.
I used to be a volunteer on the Northants Look up Exchange but had too many requests so could not give hundred per cent to people therefore removed my name.
We have Marilyn and Alan's marriage indexes and I thank you for that information on the marriage.
As there were quite a few graves in the non-conformists churches I think I will have to get in touch with the Ministers and see if I can look at the books that are not depoisted at the N.R.O.
Hope you en-joyed your lunch.
15-05-2006, 2:38 PM #14GromwellGuest
The lunch was great, I have been again today so it must have been good, and a couple of beers help's.
Glad to be of help with that marriage's
So cheer's for now.
07-04-2019, 12:24 AM #15
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that is my mothers family-Ancestry-Darlow Family Tree
Winifred Darlow b 12 Dec 1807,Long Buckby-parents Joshua Darlow b 03 Jul 1785 Whilton, Northampton & Mary Capel b 21 Jan 1787 Brington, Northamptonshire. If you are registered with ancestry give me you login name and I will send you an invite to my tree ,will take you back to 1690.
07-04-2019, 7:06 AM #16
Sorry Peter. This is a very old thread (last used in 2006) and only the authors of the first couple of posts (from 2004) are still members. You can tell by the word “guest” and lack of any other information under people’s names.
I see that you have also joined another old thread. We don’t allow duplicate posting as it’s irritating if someone spends time helping only to find that the same info has already been given elsewhere. I have therefore closed this thread, and will leave the other one open.
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