Fletcher of Cockermouth Hall, Cumberland, England.
Updated: 2014-10-01 15:49:09 UTC (Wed)
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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EVERY, Edward b: in Essington, England. d: 9 MAR 1826
EVERY, Henry b: 4 JUN 1777 in England d: 28 DEC 1855
EWBANK, Margaret d: MAR 1690
EWEIN, Jean b: 25 MAY 1612 in High Church, Glasgow, Scotland.
EWING, Mary Anne
EYRE, Adam d: NOV 1634
EYRE, Adam d: JUL 1648 in infancy.
EYRE, Ann b: in Highhow, Co. Derby, England.
EYRE, Anna Maria d: 1826
EYRE, Anthony d: in Young.
EYRE, Anthony d: PRE 1619
EYRE, Anthony b: C. 1536 d: 10 APR 1575
EYRE, Anthony b: 1576 d: C. 1657/68
EYRE, Anthony b: C. 1691 d: 1748
EYRE, Anthony b: 9 JAN 1727 d: 14 FEB 1788 in Grove.
EYRE, Anthony 1 d: in infancy.
EYRE, Anthony 2 b: 17 SEP 1634 d: NOV 1671 in Rampton.
EYRE, Anthony Fountaine b: 1746 d: 14 FEB 1794
EYRE, Anthony Gervas b: AUG 1812
EYRE, Anthony Hardolph b: 5 MAR 1757 d: 13 APR 1836
EYRE, Anthony William
EYRE, Arthur d: PST 1506
EYRE, Arthur d: PRE 1619
EYRE, Barbara d: in infancy.
EYRE, Barbara b: 1798 d: in Benmonsey.
EYRE, Caroline d: in Young.
EYRE, Caroline b: 1806
EYRE, Catherine d: PST NOV 1719
EYRE, Catherine b: 1692 d: 1723 in (unmarried in 1703)
EYRE, Charles d: 1819
EYRE, Charles d: 2 AUG 1763
EYRE, Charles b: 3 JAN 1768 d: 2 JUN 1796
EYRE, Charles Wasteneys
EYRE, Charles Wolfe
EYRE, Charlotte d: 1800
EYRE, daughter 4
EYRE, daughter 5
EYRE, daughter 6
EYRE, Diana b: C. 1702 d: 1763
EYRE, Diana b: 26 JUL 1723
EYRE, Dorothy b: 13 JUL 1788 d: 22 NOV 1853
EYRE, Dorothy 1 b: 1690 d: 1698 in childhood.
EYRE, Dorothy 2 b: 1700 d: 1719 in childhood.
EYRE, Edward d: in Young.
EYRE, Edward d: 5 JUL 1555/6
EYRE, Elizabeth d: 1750
EYRE, Elizabeth d: 20 MAY 1805
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