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red mail WEBSTER of Swavesey
My family originated in Over and then moved to Swavesey. John WEBSTER (b. Dec 1842) (m. Mary Susannah WALKER, b. Jun 1849 ) then moved to Cambridge btw 1851 and 1861 (probably with his mother (Ann, nee THORPE b.Dec 1817) ). Their eldest son, Alfred James (b.May 1871) married Emily MEDLOCK (b. Jan 1872).
red mail ELLIS FAMILY
Looking for any information about a VIVIAN PAUL ELLIS prossibly born in Swavesey between 1900-1910. He qualified as a Dental Surgeon and was working in Muswell Hill, London in 1937 during which year he adopted his natural daughter GINETTE EILEEN CLIPSHAM born 27 Jul 1937 born to him and my Aunt Eileen E Clipsham. They were not married. Trying to trace any knowledge of VIVIAN PAUL ELLIS or GINETTE EILEEN CLIPSHAM
red mail Papworth of Swavesey
I would be interested in hearing from anyone with connections to the Papworth family of Swavesey. I have them going back to John Papworth and Mary Anderson who were married in the village in 1757.
red mail Lookng for Fear's
Im looking for any information regarding Elizabeth Gilson (nee Fear) born 28 Jun 1840, parents are John(born 1789) and Sarah (Born 1799.
red mail William Henry Papworth
Looking for the parents of William Henry Papworth, born in Anney Wood, East London, 1895, married Mary Ann Elizabeth Clarke. Possibly from a Swavesey family or nearby.His father was also William, a Thames pilot, born ? where. Thankyou for help.
red mail Mortlock
Seeking information about the Mortlock family who lived in Swavesey from 1750 (or before)until early 1900's, In particular, any information regarding Thomas Mortlock, who married Sarah Kidman in Swavesey in 1752. Many Thanks
red mail Thurley
Can anyone assist me with any information on early (1700s) for Thurley/Thirley/Thurlow marriages, descendants etc in Fenstanton or Swavesey. Thanks in advance. Ray
CRISP
I am researching my family origins, CRISP in Swavesey ; going back to Samuel Crisp, (1791); other descendants BURGIS, BEST, FINLAY ;and Robert (1786), possibly his brother; other descendants MITHAM. Family of farmers / butchers / inkeepers.
red mail Saker Family
I am trying to find out some information on my Grandmother, Dorothy Elizabeth Saker born around the early 1900's. Loved to hear from anyone who knows anything.
red mail Turnley/Trundley/Edwards/Earl
These are the main names I am researching in Swavesey, I also have many names that have married into these families, especially Turnley/Trundley. Any information regarding these names would be appreciated.
Pryor Family
My great grandfather John Pryor was born in Swavesey in 1849. He was the sixth child of Joseph (an agricultural labourer) and Elizabeth (nee Reynolds). The other children were Elizabeth born 1835, Ann born 1837, Joseph born 1841, Ruth born 1844, Samuel born 1847 and Thomas born 1852. The family lived at High Street in 1841, Church Street in 1851 and Joseph and Elizabeth died respectively at 3 and 5 Deans Terrace in the 1890s. I would love to hear from anyone with a connection to this family.
red mail Chapman, James born January 1874
James was my Grandfather and married Ada . They had Sidney, Gladys, Laura, Vera, Gwen,Cecil,Lillian and Reg. They subsequently lived in Peterborough. James parents were Joseph Chapman (farm labourer) and Emma Chapman (nee Bree from Over)
red mail Over, Cambridgeshire
Names: Gilson


 
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