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Mrs Victoria Palmer victorialouisepalmer@yahoo.co.uk UNITED KINGDOM I am seeking information on my great-great-grandfather William Hunt, born 1841/1842 in Lincolnshire. He had his own flour mill at Wootton, Lincolnshire. In 1891 he lived at Hunts Mill, Wootton, with his wife Elizabeth Hunt (nee Smith), born Sunk Island, Yorkshire 1846/1847. In 1901 William lives with his family at Mill Lane, Wootton. Does anyone have any photos of the mills or know about the family?
Mrs V Palmer victorialouisepalmer@yahoo.co.uk UNITED KINGDOM I am seeking any information on a Fred Hunt, born 1861 in Barton, Lincolnshire. He married a Mary J Whelpton, who was born 1855 in Redbourn, Lincolnshire. He lived in Hull in 1901; all I know is that he was living with his wife and three children, and was a stone mason. Does anybody have any more information on his family or where he worked?

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