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Posted on Saturday, July 10, 2004 - 10:10 am:   

POSTED: Monday, 28 June 2004 12:31 AM
Hallo Roy

I have just found your website and the Levers you have listed. I am
interested the Lever family as an offshoot to my Peters and Clarke families.
Both Peters and Clarke families had one member each who married a Lever.
They were:

Mary Lever, b. 1863 in Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire. Henry Lever, b. 1871,
Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire.

Their father was James Lever, b. 1840, Agricultural Labourer. I dont know
where he was born. Mary and her father eventually lived near Carisbrooke on
the Isle of Wight.

I noticed that some of your Levers were born at Bishopstone or Broadchalk
which are close to Sutton Mandeville.

Do any of my names mean anything to you?



Roy Andrews
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Posted on Saturday, July 10, 2004 - 10:12 am:   

Hi there Christine and thanks for the message.
I can't help you at all with the Lever family - my Levers stayed in Wiltshire (as far as I know).
One of my Andrews ancestors married into the Lever family and produced a large lineage.

other options:

Cyndis list at;
It is huge and is dedicated to EVERYTHING genealogy.

The other thing to do is join the Lever mail List. Instructions are at;

Virginia Singleton
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Posted on Monday, May 30, 2016 - 7:39 am:   

Your answer to Christine caught my eye. I am working on my husband's Singleton line. I came across the name Lever. A Hannah Lever 1777-? married Noah Singleton 1752-1834. They had children by the names of Fasham 1780-1860,James 1782-?,Lucy 1785-? and Sarah 1789-1794. According to this information from Family Tree Maker these folks were born and died in Wiltshire, England. I need to know if this is correct and if any of the family came to Maryland. I feel the person who posted this info did not get all their facts correct so I was hoping you might have the correct information. At least I might learn the location my husband's family came from. Have a great day. Ginnie Singleton

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