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Posted: 07/10/2010 17:00:47
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Does anyone, anywhere have any knowledge of a Lead miner with any of the above surnames(Christian name John) working around Ninebanks 1775-1800? It may well be possible that he died sometime between 1775 and 1800.
His wife was named margaret Makepeace.
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