Looking for information on the Mullock family

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Robert Hughes writes: "I am currently researching the history of the Mullock family, an old Cheshire & Shropshire family, with strong links in the Audlem district."

"Are you a Mullock descendant or may be aware of information regarding this family, then I would very much like to hear from you. The family were living at Lod(e)more Farm during the late eighteenth century and later settled in a number of houses in the town."

If you have any information, please contact Mr R B D Hughes, c/o "Cymanwlad", 48 Trem Arfon, Llanrwst, Co. Conwy, LL26 0BP or via email at mullockmorgans@yahoo.co.uk">mullockmorgans@yahoo.co.uk

This story also appears in the Local Genealogy Forum on Audlem Online where there are other queries about local families.


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