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Re: STONES and DAKIN - Yorkshire and Lancashire 19th century
Posted by: Janette Stender (ID *****4994) Date: December 10, 2005 at 05:41:41
In Reply to: STONES and DAKIN - Yorkshire and Lancashire 19th century by Leslie Moody of 27

This is just a curiosity more than a help. Per White's Directory (1901) of Sheffield & Rotherham, p. 748 GRA, Harry Gunby was a 'brass founder' and that was at the foundary named Stones and Gunby.

My ggg-grandmother was Sarah Moody; her son married Mary Annie Gunby; and a 'Mr. Stones' attended my grandfather's funeral in Rotherham. I am hoping one day to find a photo of Mary Annie Gunby; one of Sarah Moody is improbable because of the time frame.

Janette


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