Fletcher of Cockermouth Hall, Cumberland, England.

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Including Fletcher of Allerton Manor, near Liverpool, several stand-alone local Fletcher families and detailed entries of related families of notable distinction. In this connection, a special acknowledgement is due to Mr Thomas Grindley for his stoic support.

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  • ID: I4048
  • Name: Christopher Francis FOTHERGILL
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 21 APR 1906 in Lowbridge House, Kendal, Westmorland, England.
  • Residence: Hundhow, Burneside, Westmorland, England.
  • Death: in The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenley (tel 378), Pembrokeshire, England.
  • Education: Sedburgh and R.M.C.
  • Occupation: Lt.-Col. West Yorks Regt.
  • Change Date: 1 DEC 2006



    Father: Sydney Roden FOTHERGILL b: 14 OCT 1864 in Aberdare, Glamorgan, Wales
    Mother: Winifred Steuart GLADSTONE b: 1870 in Capenoch, Scotland c: 1 AUG 1870 in Keir, Dumfries, Scotland.

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    If you could see your ancestors all standing in a row, would you be proud of them or not, or don't you really know? Some strange discoveries are made when climbing family trees, and some of them you know do not particularly please. If you could see your ancestors all standing in a row, there might be some of them perhaps, you wouldn't care to know. But here's another question which requires a different view. If you could meet your ancestors, would they be proud of you? (from Edith Fletcher's pedigree book)

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