The Edgoose and Related Families'
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ABORN

Elizabeth ABORN married Charles SPRECKLEY at Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, in 1799. She was the niece of Mary EDGOOSE nee ABORN (1738-1763). Elizabeth's line of descent from 1777 has been contributed by Christine Atherton (davenchris@thet33.fsnet.co.uk) and Mike Harper (mike@mjharper.fsnet.co.uk). 
 
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COOPER

I am indebted to Neal Welland (neal@well-and.co.uk) for permission to use information on the COOPER family of Kirdford, Sussex, which appears on his website (http://www.well-and.co.uk).
Ellen COOPER (1840-1917) of Kirdford was my maternal great grandmother 
 
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CRAFT

Information on William Jonathan CRAFT (1836-1907) and his many descendants in Australia was contributed by Judy Young to whom I express my thanks. William CRAFT's father John CRAFT (circa 1811-1893) married Elizabeth EDGOOSE (1815-1900) at Algarkirk, Lincolnshire, in 1835. 
 
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DADY

My thanks to Fiona Hodge for sending me her work on the later generations of the DADY family. 
 
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EAGLE

I am indebted to Helen McCullum (helen.mccullum@btinternet.com) for much of the information on the siblings and family of the Eliza EAGLE who married Robert James Edgoose (1867-1907) in 1888. Robert James Edgoose was the grandson of the Robert Edgoose (1798-1870) who was my great great grandfather. 
 
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ENSOR
The ancestry of Dorothy Alice Rainford ENSOR was kindly provided by Nick Gribble (nick.r.gribble@nnl.co.uk). It has been checked, corrected where necessary, and expanded where possible. My interest has been restricted to the Rainford ENSORs. 
 
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HALL

I am greatly indebted to the late Graham Adds for sharing all his research into the HALLs of Frimley in Surrey. For a number of years before his untimely death we worked together on a one-name study of our HALL ancestors with some success. 
 
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HARWIN

The majority of the information on the HARWIN ancestry of Doris Malisande EDGOOSE (1908-2003) came from Rhys Whatmore (Rhys@dwwhatmore.freeserve.co.uk). He was also instrumental in enabling me to receive all Doris's family papers and documents with her blessing after her death. 
 
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HINCHCLIFF

I am grateful to the late Captain Peter Wood RAN of Australia for information on the descendants of the David HINCHCLIFF (1837-1904) who married Alice EDGOOSE (1842-1880) in 1867. 
 
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HOLBORN

Ian Fordyce (Rosian@btinternet.com) provided me with some useful information about the family of Mary HOLBORN (1803-1886) who married John EDGOOSE (1802-1841) in 1837. 
 
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HUTSBY

Gill nee HUTSBY provided me with all the information on the HUTSBY family. Hannah (1841-1892), daughter of Thomas SWAN (circa 1818-1895) and Mary nee HUTSBY (circa 1820-1890) married John Robert EDGOOSE (1839-1914) at Brinsley, Nottinghamshire, in 1865. 
 
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LELO or LILO

I am grateful to Wendy LELO of New Zealand (wendylelo@hotmail.com) for initially bringing to my attention the mysterious John EDGOOSE of Fiji and his many descendants. 
 
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MILES

The MILES family tree is based on the work of the late B. W. EDGOOSE and the late Rev. BRANSON. I have checked their work, corrected it where necessary, and expanded it where possible. 
 
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PILKINTON and PILKINGTON

Ian PILKINTON (who insists that PILKINTON is not synonymous with PILKINGTON) provided much of the information on his great great grandfather William PILKINTON (1838-1923) and descendants. James EDGOOSE (1740-1772) married Elizabeth PILKINGTON (1736-1766) by licence at Stamford All Saints in Lincolnshire in 1761. 
 
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RIGGALL


The work on the RIGGALL family is based on printed sources; on information provided to me by the late Doris Harriet RIGGALL (1893-1980), daughter of Marmaduke RIGGALL (1851-1927) and his wife Harriet nee EDGOOSE (1858-1916); on the extensive work of Frances WALKER (quilters@patch26.freeserve.co.uk); and on further detailed information from Rosie Ekers. 
 
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SPAFFORD
The ancestry of George SPAFFORD (1823-1879) was provided by Mrs. Sue Davis, formerly a fellow member of the Guild of One-Name Studies, and Ben Morandi (benpegmor@aol.com). Clarissa EDGOOSE (1818-1894) married George SPAFFORD in 1849. 
 
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STANTON

The ancestry of John STANTON (1731-1810) of West Walton in Norfolk is largely the work of Mr. L. Bullwinkle. His extensive records were made available to me when I was a fellow member of the Cambridge Family History Society. John EDGOOSE (1770-1820) married Mary STANTON (1776-1828) in 1796. 
 
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WHARRAM

I am indebted to Christopher Richardson (cr003c2378@blueyonder.co.uk) for much of the information on the WHARRAM family. The Reverend Jesse EDGOOSE (1813-1856) took as his second wife Mary WHARRAM (1820-1900), the daughter of Matthias WHARRAM (1785-1866). They married at Hemingborough, Yorkshire, in 1849.  
 
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WRENCH

I am indebted to Pete WRENCH (peterwrench@yahoo.com) of Texas, USA, for much of the information on the eminent Victorian surgeon Dr. E. M. WRENCH (1833-1912) whose son John Henry Kirke WRENCH (1867-1960) married Lizzie EDGOOSE (1863-1942) in 1889.