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red mail Tweed Family history
I am a direct 'male line' decendent of Thomas Tweed (b.1660). I would be interested in contacting anyone family information or any historical references to family or the area.
red mail Thomas m.1692 Elizabeth Deere.
Thomas married Elizabeth bury St Edmunds St marys church 31st may 1682. I have extensive research on the Tweed Family
red mail Salisbury Family
Looking for relatives of James Salisbury, born 1734 in Cheveley. The family later moved to Norfolk and Co Durham.
Charles Bird b.1791 Cheveley
I am looking for information (or descendants!) of the Bird family. My direct relation is Charles Bird, parents John Bird and Jane Reeve. I would like to know if Charles had any siblings. I suspect he may have had brothers William and Matthew and some sisters, but have no proof as yet. Charles lived in Barrow Suffolk later in life.
red mail Tweed family history
Thomas m.1692 Elizabeth Deere. His son John 1688 m.1716 Elizabeth Deere(2). (Another son William 1696 m. Margaret, had two sons Poulter). John's son Thomas 1724 m.1748 Sarah Nash. His son William 1755 m.1778 Amy Murrells. (Another son Thomas 1760 m.1779 Mary Price). William's son Jeramiah 1784 m.1808 Elizabeth Ginn. His son Henry 1816 m.1840 Susannah Bailey Sumersham, Hunts. Most of the above Cheverley. This is our line. Trevor
red mail Daines
Seeking information on the Daines family of Cheveley, to help compile family tree.
red mail CLAYDON
Looking for family of William Claydon, born Cheveley c 1824, in particular his wife, believed to be Emily Daines from Bintree, Norfolk
red mail NORBERRY Thomas c 1560-1629
Thomas Norberrie married Alice IMYN at Chevely in 1582. Their baptism dates are probably too early for the register which starts in 1559. His father is possibly the Thomas Norberrie buried in 1591, and the Elizabeth Norberrie who married in 1582 and Ann in 1584 are probably his sisters. Has anyone researched this family via the parish chest, wills etc and managed to establish or disprove any of these facts?
red mail BEETON Ann (later Cuttress) c 1685-1783
Ann Beeton appears from nowhere to marry Edmund Cuttress in Cheveley in 1705. They baptised 6 children here and both were buried here. But where did she come from? Any Beeton connections appreciated.
red mail CUTTRESS Edward (Yeoman) c1650-1718
Edward Cuttress and his wife Katherine baptised 6 children in Cheveley betwen 1681 and 1689, and both lived out their lives and were buried here. But where did they come from? Where and when did they marry?
red mail DEARE Family 1624 -
The Deare family first appear in Cheveley in 1624 with Jeffrey Deare (wife unknown) appearing from nowhere and baptising 7 children. His son William (1630-1710) (wife also unknown) had 7 children, the last of which was Henry (1663-1707)Henry married Mary FREEMAN and had 6 children, one of whom Elizabeth (1699-??) married John Tweed in 1716 and baptised 6 children. Am seeking (a) Jeffrey's baptism and marriage, (b) William's marriage(s) and (c) Elizabeth Tweed's burial
red mail TWEED Family from 1687 to 1811
My family of Tweeds lived in Cheveley for generations. John Tweed (1688-1763) marrioed Elizabeth DEARE in 1716. Their son Thomas Tweed (1760-1841) married Mary PRICE in 1779. Their son, also Thomas, maried Hannah FITCH in 1804. Finally their daughter Mary Ann (1811-1896) married William FRANKS in Wood Ditton and thereafter lived out her life there. Pleased to hear from any descendants of these families.


 
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