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Re: Skevington - Nottingham 1800's
Posted by: Bill Hawthorne (ID *****7243) Date: November 16, 2002 at 20:48:25
In Reply to: Skevington - Nottingham 1800's by Alec CLARK of 52

I find it interesting that I have a H.E. Skevington (female) b abt 1866 and a Henry (sometimes Harry) Skevington (male) b abt 1868 living with my Hawthornes in Philidelphia for the 1880 census. They are listed as grandchildern. Both childern are listed as being born in England and the Hawthornes lived in Radford Nottinghamshire prior to emmigrating. I've got three Hawthorne possibles for their mother; Sarah, Elizabeth,or a fifth Hawthorne who's name I don't know.

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