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red mail Adkin, (Adkins, Atkin, Atkins) of Snailwell
Looking for family of John Adkin (b. 1791)(1841 England Census) who lived in Snailwell (married to Francis), then moved to Ontario, Canada. His son James, born in Snailwell was married to Mary Hatley and they moved to Ontario, Canada. Their son, Robert Hatley Adkin, born in Snailwell (Atkin on 1841 census) moved from Ontario to Allegan county Michigan after marrying Mary Ann Burrows.
red mail Fysons of Snailwell and Wood Ditton
Finally traced my family of Claytons back from Wood Ditton to Adlington, Lancashire. But now have a Walter Fyson born Burwell, and had a farm at Snailwell marrying a Elizabeth Clayton in 1676 at W.D. which is confirmed by a court case of 1752. Would like to know of any other Fyson's of the area from around the 1660's.
Rev Nicholas Isaac Hill
Looking for any information on the Rev Nicholas Isaac Hill, Rector of Snailwell from 1796 till his death in 1854. Anything on the Rectory and happenings between 1796 and 1854.
red mail Baker, Capp
I am researching the Baker and Capp families of Snailwell during the late 1700s and early 1800s. In particular, my relatives are John Baker (born about 1777) and his wife Ann Capp. Their daughter Mary was born 7 Sept 1805 and baptized 6 Oct. 1805 in Snailwell. Mary married George Clift Wiseman in Snailwell on 16 Dec. 1825, They later lived in Mildenhall. Other Baker children include Mary's siblings: John (born 1809), Sarah (born 1811) and James (born 1813) all in Snailwell. Any information would be gratefully accepted.
red mail Snailwell to Rawtenstall
My G2 grandfather Edward Green married an Ellen Westley of Chippenham in 1860 and had 10 children the last three being born in Rawtenstall (1876 - 1880) where their descendants lived until 1997. Edward Greens father and grandfather lived in Snailwell and were both called Jonathan. Edward's GFather Jonathan married a Snailwell girl called Sarah Taylor in Oct 1791. I cannot find any trace of Jonathan Greens birthplace or family but I beleive he was born circa 1771. Can anyone help me?
red mail Brown/e of Snailwell
Records made at search office 20 July 2005. --- Marriages 20 April 1696 John Foke to Martha Brown 26 April 1696 John More to Martha Arnold 08 August 1709 John Brown to Sarah Taylor. Baptisms. August 18 1813 James Brown, F. John M. Ann August 15 1818 Sarah, " " " --- Dec 08 1815 Thomas Brown F. Thomas . M.Jane (without further records I am assuming this is my own family)--- March 3 1839 Frederick F. John M. Mary August 28 1841 William F. John M. Marianne November 20 1842 William F.John M. Maryanne May 11 1845 Edward F.John M. Maryanne July 25 1847 John F.John M. Mary Ann February 10 1850 Edward F.John M. Maryann December 25 1851 Henry F.John M. Maryann June 4 1854 David F.John M. Maryann March 1 1857 Elizabeth F.John M. Maryann June 12 1859 Mary F.John Baptism listed for a Louisa Brown 1845.6 to a Sarah Brown from Chippenham next village to Snailwell Baseborn. Dec 3 1876 Thomas Brown to F. Thomas M. Mary June 10 1877 Frederick F. Thomas M. Mary July 6 1879 Margaret Louisa F. Thomas M. Mary My own family of Browns are children of Thomas Brown born abt 1814 Snailwell to Susan Levell 1823 Exning.. Thomas Brown 1839, Elizabeth Brown 1840,Sally 1842, John 1843, Maryann, 1847, James Brown, 1849, Charlotte 1852, Jane 1854, Susan 1856, Louisa 1858,Maria 1860, Emily 1862, Alice 1865. All born in Exning or Snailwell.
red mail From Snailwell to Lancashire
My family Browns moved to Lancashire in or around 1870 marrying into families up there. If you know that your family came from Snailwell Cambs .get in touch to discuss our connections.

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