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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FALLOWFIELD, Isabell b: 25 JAN 1670
FALLOWFIELD, Isabell b: 12 MAR 1676
FALLOWFIELD, Isabell b: 14 JUL 1704
FALLOWFIELD, James d: 1 AUG 1706 in Great Srtickland.
FALLOWFIELD, James b: 28 JUL 1679 d: OCT 1682 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, James b: 24 FEB 1704 d: 8 MAY 1723 in Young.
FALLOWFIELD, John d: NOV 1665 in (date based on inventory)
FALLOWFIELD, John b: 4 JAN 1668 in Great Strickland.
FALLOWFIELD, John b: 26 FEB 1668 d: MAR 1671 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, John b: 23 NOV 1679
FALLOWFIELD, John b: 26 JAN 1695
FALLOWFIELD, John b: 1795 d: 1843
FALLOWFIELD, Jonah b: 20 APR 1708 d: 1778
FALLOWFIELD, Jonah b: 1761 d: 1841
FALLOWFIELD, Lancelot d: 4 FEB 1711
FALLOWFIELD, Lucy b: in Great Strickland, Westmorland, England. d: 1682 in Morland from Millrigg.
FALLOWFIELD, Lydia b: 4 NOV 1716
FALLOWFIELD, Margery d: NOV 1642 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, Mary d: DEC 1631 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, Mary b: 23 AUG 1674 d: JUL 1675 in infancy.
FALLOWFIELD, Mary b: 26 NOV 1705
FALLOWFIELD, Nicholas b: C. 1495
FALLOWFIELD, Richard d: DEC 1667 in Morland Parish Register.
FALLOWFIELD, Richard b: C. 1542 d: JUL 1609 in Morland Parish Register.
FALLOWFIELD, Richard b: C. 1565 d: OCT 1636 in Crosby Garrett Parish Register.
FALLOWFIELD, Sarah b: 21 JAN 1685
FALLOWFIELD, Sarah b: 5 MAR 1711
FALLOWFIELD, Symond d: JAN 1636 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas d: PST 1663
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas b: PRE 1516 d: SEP 1579 in Morland Parish Register.
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas b: C. 1570 in (clue) d: DEC 1630 in Morland Parish Register.
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas b: 26 JAN 1695
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas 1 d: JUN 1612 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas 1 d: DEC 1588 in Young.
FALLOWFIELD, Thomas 2 d: PST 8 AUG 1666
FALLOWFIELD, William b: 1559
FALLOWFIELD, William b: 4 JUN 1672 in Great Strickland. d: AUG 1676 in childhood.
FALLOWFIELD, William b: 9 JUN 1676 d: 1718
FALLOWFIELD, William b: 25 FEB 1741 d: 25 SEP 1759 in (when only 18)
FALLOWFIELD, William 1 d: in infancy.
FALLOWFIELD, Winnifred d: MAR 1606 in childhood.
FALSTOLF, John d: 1460
FANE, Anthony b: 1613 d: 1643 in Slain whilst taking Farnham Castle.
FANE, Anthony b: 16 AUG 1859 d: 9 JUN 1922 in Hove, Sussex.
FANE, Catherine d: PRE 3 OCT 1649
FANE, Charles b: 6 JAN 1634/5 d: 18 SEP 1691 in Apelthorpe, Kent.
FANE, Charlotte d: 17 APR 1762 in Harpham.
FANE, Edward b: 1642 d: 1679 in St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
FANE, Elizabeth d: 19 MAY 1844
FANE, Francis d: 8 APR 1691
FANE, Francis
FANE, Francis b: FEB 1579 d: 23 MAR 1628
FANE, Francis b: C. 1611 d: 1680
FANE, Francis b: 19 NOV 1825 d: 3 AUG 1891
FANE, George b: C. 1616 d: APR 1663
FANE, Henry d: 17 DEC 1726
FANE, Henry
FANE, Henry b: 16 OCT 1703 d: 31 AY 1777
FANE, Henry b: 1739 d: 1802
FANE, John b: 24 MAR 1685 d: 26 AUG 1762
FANE, John b: 5 MAY 1728 d: 25 APR 1774 in (after a few hours illness)
FANE, John b: 2 FEB 1784 d: 16 OCT 1859
FANE, Mary
FANE, Mildmay b: 24 JAN 1601 d: 12 FEB 1665
FANE, Robert
FANE, son d: in infancy.
FANE, Thomas d: 13 MAR 1588
FANE, Thomas d: in infancy.
FANE, Thomas b: 3 OCT 1681 d: 4 JUN 1736
FANE, Thomas b: MAR 1701 d: 25 NOV 1771
FANE, Vere b: 13 FEB 1644 d: 29 DEC 1693
FANE, Vere b: 25 MAY 1678 d: 19 MAY 1698 in (when only 19)
FANE, Vere b: 25 MAR 1893 d: 12 MAY 1948
FANE, William
FANE, William
FANSHAW, William
FAREWELL, Anne d: 27 OCT 1566
FAREWELL, daughter
FAREWELL, Margery b: 1549
FAREWELL, William d: 25 AUG 1552
FARINGTON, Elizabeth
FARINGTON, Elizabeth
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