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I have your information, and have just seen Neil Kaleal's message. His mother, Pauline, is my husband, Adrian's, first cousin, and I wrote to her a couple of years ago. I received a reply to my first letter, but not the next. I am delighted to know she is still active. I see Neil corrected my mistake that William Henry Sykes Glew had a son whom I called Cameron, who is really Crawford! Your information was really interesting. I have transferred all the details of George Richard Glew's large family to my family tree, but would be really pleased to see the family tree when you produce it. I have not gone too far back with the Glews from Lincolnshire, mainly because it is difficult to know exactly which John Glew belongs to which branch of the family. I have George Glew (married to Mary Ann Sykes) as the son of John Glew born 1799 in Lincoln and died 1882 in Thorne. He was married to Sarah? and 8 children, George being the 8th. But I am not sure of Sarah's surname. Could it be Sarah Saunderson who married a John Glew in 1819 in Owston, Lincs. I also think John Glew was the son of John Glew and Jane Johnson (and the name of one son born in 1833 was Johnson, which might bear this out). Have you got any definite info? Incidentally, we live in Swansea, where there is a local councillor, John Glew, and I recently wrote to a Beverley Glew in Powys. All bound to be related somehow! If you do a family tree, I would be more than pleased to give any info. I have. By the way, neither of John Henry Glew's wives was originally from Manchester - they were Cockney girls, whose father, William, at one time ran a pub in Manchester!