Fletcher of Cockermouth Hall, Cumberland, England.
Updated: 2015-07-29 19:55:11 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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DOVE, Thomas d: 1666
DOVE, Thomas d: 1704 in Cullercoats.
DOVE, Thomas b: 5 JAN 1676
DOVE, Thomas b: 30 SEP 1684
DOVE, William b: 1629 d: 8 MAY 1714 in (aged 85)
DOVE, William b: 24 DEC 1685
DOWDALL, Alice Elizabeth d: 20 MAR 1932
DOWLER, Hannah b: 1814/15 d: 1845
DOWN, Bernard Stanley b: in 5 Margaret Maytom Ave, Durban, North Natal, England.
DOWN, Valerie June
DOWNES, Bertha d: PST 1871
DOWNES, Mary b: 11 MAR 1758 d: 12 MAY 1835
DOWNES, Mary Louisa
DOWNIE, John J. b: 23 NOV 1882 in Mount Prospect, Victoria, Australia. d: 26 JUL 1971 in Red Cliffs.
DOYLE, Elizabeth d: 1944
DOYLE, Henrietta Louisa
DRAKE, Frances Augusta Caroline b: 1750 d: in Young.
DRAKE, Francis d: 1661/62
DRAKE, Francis Henry b: 1756
DRAKE, Francis Richmond b: 1757 d: in Young.
DRAKE, Francis Thomas b: 1753 d: in young
DRAKE, Francis William
DRAKE, John b: 1370
DRAKE, John b: 1415
DRAKE, John b: 1440
DRAKE, John b: 1470
DRAKE, John b: 1515 d: 4 OCT 1558
DRAKE, John b: 1585
DRAKE, Rachel Ives
DRAKE, Robert b: 1542 d: 1 JUL 1589
DRAX, Isabel b: 1485
DRAX, Sarah Frances
DRAYTON, John d: C. 1292
DRAYTON, John b: 1715 d: 1779
DRAYTON, Sarah Daniels b: 1786 d: 1854
DRAYTON, Simon b: C. 1282
DRAYTON, Thomas b: 1650 d: C. 1717
DRAYTON, Thomas b: 1758 d: 1825
DREDGE, Anne b: 1803/04 d: 1858
DREUX, Adele of b: 1145 d: PRE 1210
DREW, Amy Clara d: 24 SEP 1929
DREW, Dorothy Mary Catherine b: 11 MAR 1890
DREW, Harry b: 17 AUG 1857 in England. d: 31 MAR 1910
DREW, Helen b: in , England
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