Fletcher of Cockermouth Hall, Cumberland, England.
Updated: 2015-10-09 13:25:11 UTC (Fri)
Contact: William 'Guy' Fletcher
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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DOCHERTY, J.P. b: in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland
DOCHERTY, Kathleen MacDonald b: in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland
DOCKRAY, David d: 24 NOV 1853 in Liverpool.
DOCKRAY, Mary d: 7 JUL 1824
DOD, Elizabeth Johnson d: 1911
DOD, Grace b: APR 1622 d: 1675
DOD, J. W.
DODDING, Beatrice b: in Ulverston.
DODDING, George d: AUG 1667 in infancy.
DODDING, George b: in Conishead, Ulverston. d: PRE 8 APR 1657
DODDING, Margaret d: 1678
DODDING, Mary b: C. 1647 d: 16 APR 1673 in Cartmel Parish Register.
DODDING, Miles d: 1607 in Ulverston parish register.
DODDING, Myles d: APR 1683 in Ulverston parish register.
DODDING, Sarah d: 1744
DODDING, Ursula b: in England.
DODGSON, Ann d: 15 JAN 1783 in a cottage at Roanstrees.
DODGSON, Ann d: 24 NOV 1831 in Holme Cultram
DODGSON, Anne b: 1741 d: 1795 in Ellell.
DODGSON, Annie Mason b: 1894 d: MAY 1945 in Beckermet Cemetery.
DODGSON, Charles b: 2 NOV 1800 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland. d: 21 JUN 1868 in Croft.
DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge b: 27 JAN 1832 in Daresbury. d: 14 JAN 1898 in Guildford.
DODGSON, Eleanor b: C. 1710 in (clue) d: 17 SEP 1790 in Lamplugh Parish Register.
DODGSON, Elizabeth Anne b: 1770 d: 17 APR 1836
DODGSON, George b: C. 1723 d: 10 FEB 1770 in Stoneknowe.
DODGSON, Lewisa b: 1833 d: 1898
DODGSON, Robert b: C. 1694 in Dodgsonstown, Stapleton Parish. d: MAY 1765 in Stapleton Church.
DODSON, Agnes d: 1854
DODSON, Mary d: FEB 1835 in Loweswater Parish Register (Bishop's Transcript).
DODSWORTH, John b: 1595
DODSWORTH, John b: PST 1615
DODSWORTH, John b: C. 1650
DOISELET, Louise b: C. 1636 d: 1691
DOLAN, Mary Ann d: PST 1858
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