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Re: Cammack in Lincolnshire in early 1800s
Posted by: Tim Sylvester Date: January 29, 2002 at 13:18:45
In Reply to: Cammack in Lincolnshire in early 1800s by af whitlow of 295

Mary is possibly the daughter of Richard Cammack of Corringham and Nettleham (1758-1826) and his wife Frances Palfremman. They were married in 1782 at Upton upon Kexby. His will (Stow Wills 1826/46) names his five children, including his daughter Mary and her four children. The doubt arises because he calls her Mary Cammack. I believe this is an error. The other possibility is that it is a duaghter in law but there is no suitable canditate in the family tree. I have more details of this family if your interested back to the 16th century.

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