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red mail William Johnson
I am looking for a marriage between William Johnson, born 1842 St Germans Norfolk, and Mary? Ann Webb, born 1845 Eye Northants. In 1871 they were living at Thorney Dyke. I need to get a marriage cert to check their parents names. Thanks.
red mail Marmaduke Sutton
wanting to find birthplace and parents and siblings of Marmaduke Sutton born circa 1714. Marmaduke lived on Great Towers Fen with his wife Ann nee Peirson during the later part of his life. ie 1772 to 1782. He is buried in the grounds of Thorney Abbey. His g grandson Peter Sutton married Ellen Briggs and they emigrated to Australia with 4 little children in 1860. Think the lineage goes: Marmaduke, James, Thomas, Peter. any information thankfully received.
red mail Courten corton
Looking for parents of Robert Courten born c1800 in Upwell. Married Mary. Siblings are John, Thomas, Ann. Robert is 3x Great Grandfather.
red mail Bird family Nutsgrove
I am looking for any information relating to the BIRD family who lived at No 3 Nutsgrove, Thorney in 1926. They were tennant farmers. My mother was born there.
red mail Fosters Thorney
George and Mary Foster and their son Charles and family moved to Nottingham.George and Mary later moved to Eye Northamptonshire.Charles and Ellen had eleven children,William b.Whittlesey 1866,George b.Thorney 1867,Mary Ann b.Thorney 1869,Fanny b.Walton 1870,Frederick 1876,Charles 1878,James 1880,Samuel 1883,Ellen 1885,Herbert 1887 and Mabel 1891 born Nottingham
red mail Foster Charles born abt 1848
married ellen? of thorney? father george foster mother mary ? moved to nottingham abt 1865?
red mail John W Baines
I am looking for anyone who has any connections with John Baines whose mother was Harriet Baines who married a John Moren or Moran and after he died married a John Harrison and moved to Durham
red mail Palmer
Any information on Matthew Palmer married Mary Olding in 1800 Thorney
red mail Calling all Mazengarbs
Any info regarding the name Mazengarb & variants. I am descended from Isaac & Mary (Little Wigborough, Essex) and would like to know if there is a connection with the Massingarbs who came from France and settled in Thorney. Will gladly swap info.
red mail Spriggs
I am looking for information about my grandfather's family. He was John Thomas Spriggs, lived in Whittlesey around 1900 and was born in Thorney around 1883. His father's name was James (farmer).
red mail Henry Paling
Henry Paling was the brother of Ada,Annie one known only as tan and a few more whom I do not know yet but my great grand-mother was Annie Henry was born about 1850-1860 ,or if anyone has any info onn the Paling side i would like to know. they were born as far as I know in Cambridgeshire
red mail Hensman
any hensman records in Thorney especialy John bn approx 1795
red mail Forvargue (& variants)
I have been researching this French Huguenot line for ages but am having some diffiulty in separating the families. Would appreciate hearing from anyone reserching the French Huguenots in this area.
red mail Gibbs of Thorney, Cambridge
Jameas Gibbs b.1866. Father David.Mother Eliza nee Marshall.Owned 105 acres with an English Drove Farm House on it.Siblings were Minnie,Albert E,Leonard,Horace.James married Eliza Beeney 25.5.1891 came to Australia 1891/92.Any information would be great.
Courtens
I am seeking contact with persons decended from Robert (Coatton) Courten who spent most of his adult life in Thorney dying in 1884, Born in Upwell 1799. His sons included Stephen William and James and Daughter Martha amongst others


 
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