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Author Bispham Hall Colliery
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Bispham Hall Colliery
Posted: 23/05/2020 20:00:12
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A number of years ago I bought a mantle clock and it had a brass plate on with an inscription, it was from the officials and employees of the mine on the occasion of a marriage, could anyone tell me how I can find out about this persons marriage. I have looked on BMD but as I only have an initial for first name (S) and surname Pearson its difficult, any help or info would be appreciated. IP: 94.193.88.112
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