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Upwell, near Outwell and Christchurch Cambridgeshire
Partly in Norfolk
 
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Watkinson
I would like to hear from anyone related to George WATKINSON born 1876. First marriage to Lizzie GREEN 2nd marriage to Florence Edna SMITH of Tips End, WELNEY. Moved to Wisbech, Cambs where he died in 1962. Daphne
Wooll and Sharpe and Bellamy
I am researching the Wooll and Sharpe families of Upwell, Emneth, Outwell and Walpole St Peter - all in Wisbech area. Particularly need to find the marriage of Richard Wooll Sharpe and Frances ca 1845. Also William Sharpe and Mary early 1850s, and Charles Sharpe and Elizabeth 1820s. Any help would be appreciated - I have most of the census entries but vital dates are hard to track. Thank you.
red mail Ancestors of Robert Jackson
He (my gt.gt.grandfather) was Born Upwell 1811. He married Rebecca Cater in Outwell on 01.07.1830.Have you a Jackson ancestor originating from Upwell or the next village Outwell? My Jackson trail has run cold and I can't find anything earlier than 1811. Would love to widen the net and discover if YOU have an clues to pass on. Trevor
red mail Thacker family of Upwell
Seeking information on Thacker family. My ancestor George Thacker b Necton 1823. Married Susannah Ogden from Emneth went on to be landlord of Globe Inn in Upwell. I have been unable to identify his parents. His sons were John, b 1850 and George Wm b 1853.
red mail FAILES
I am interested in finding some more information on my seventh great grandfather John Failes, who died in Upwell 1747 and his son Robert who probably died Upwell 1790.
red mail Upwell
Looking for any information relating to relative of mine born 1820 John(Jack) Gray/Grey. Christened at Upwell church ? year. Any living relatives in area, where did the family live etc.
red mail Setchfield, Russell
I am researching the above families they lived in Upwell and surrounding villages. Deborah
red mail Benjamin Johnson
Am looking for any information on Benjamin Johnson,my 3x great grandfather. He lived in Moulton,Lincs post 1830 but according to the 1861 census was born Well,Norfolk abt 1803. I don't know if this is Wells-next-the-sea, Upwell, outwell, or somewhere else with Well in the name.He married Sarah Morris in Lincs in 1838 and was a farmer of 60 acres in Moulton,Lincs.Any information appreciated.
Coatton Courten
I am seeking information contact with persons researching Courten Coatens Coatons in Upwell, in particular Thomas and Matha Coatton produced 3 sons and a daughter in Upwell between 1791 and 1799 the sons John,Thomas and Robert. The Daughter Ann died as a small child. Robert is believed to have moved to Thorney.
red mail Reeves Of Rollingham
My ancester William REEVE (married Lavinia BOOR) lived at Rollingham/Ralingham hall in Upwell - would love to hear more about the place and the people.
red mail Bridgeman
My g/granfather was William Bridgeman ,born Upwell, 1825.He married Elizabeth Hutchinson in 1842.I cannot find any record of William's parents. Any lead would be helpful.
Failes Family In Upwell, Plus Mary Ann Parlett (1771-1860)
Searching for info on my 6x great-grandfather John Failes, died Upwell 1746, and his son Robert Failes, died Upwell 1790, and his son Henry Failes, born Upwell 1769 and married Mary Ann Parlett in Upwell, 23 August 1791. Henry's 6th child James was born Upwell 24 April 1803. I've no documentary proof for any of these events and would really appreciate any confirmation or other details.
red mail Upwell
My gg grandmother was Elizabeth Bossingham. Her were married in Upwell, moved to Wisbech and later Walsoken. Her mother was a Watkinson and her paternal grandmother was a Stevenson - all in Upwell. I'd love to hear from anyone who finds these names familiar!...Dawn in Australia


 
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