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I am tracing family back to Samuel Manley and his wife Charlotte Evans, through their son Edwin Manley baptised 21 April 1841.

Edwin had a brother Harry baptised in 1837.
Sister Ann baptised on 7 July 1839
Sister Mary baptised on 15 September 1844.

I believe Charlotte and Mary died after this date as they are not on the 1851 Census with Samuel. Nor is Harry but he may have been old enough to have gone into work.

I noted the article you had printed re a Philip Manley of Gulberwick, Shetland who had contacted Audlem Online and hope the History Society may have kept a way of contacting him.

Samuel is my Granddaughter's Grandfather x 6.
Regards
Cheryl from Australia

Audlem Online says: If anyone has information, please contact editor@audlem.org and we will put you in touch with Cheryl.

 

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