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SAMUEL SAMUEL FAMILY - BLACKMORE, ESSEX
I would be interested to hear from anyone who has any info on Samuel SAMUEL He was born in Great Dunmow in 1790 died 1869 and lived in Blackmore, married to Elizabeth (dec'd) with six children, then re-married to Anne. He was a bricklayer and may of had strong Jewish connections. His children were Archer, Sarah, Rebecca, Phoebe, Rhoda and Emma.
red mail Sutton family, Blackmore
I would be interested to hear from anyone who has links with the Sutton family in Blackmore from 1740 onwards. I am especially interested in tracing a marriage for Emily Sutton, born 1838, illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth Sutton. My last information shows her living as a servant in a cousin's family in Lambeth in the 1861 census.
Oval family of Blackmore
Researching Oval family of Blackmore ag. Lab. Emma worked as a bar maid in one of the inns.
red mail Blackmore
I have lots of info on the Catons of Blackmore, would like to get in touch with any one who is/was related
red mail Turner, Blackmore
Interested in Thomas TURNER b. 1770 Blackmore, Essex. Married Susannah MALYON 1795 in High Ongar Essex. Children include James TURNER b. 1802 King Street, High Ongar, and Catherine b. about 1804. Thomas TURNER possibly was the son of Thomas TURNER and Elizabeth PALMER m. 1763 Blackmore, Essex.
red mail Banister
My ancestor George Banister was born in Blackmore about 1790. He married a Sarah from High Ongar but I don't know her surname. One of their children William born about 1818 married a Rebecca from Blackmore who was born about 1822. Anyone have any more info? Christine
red mail Scruttons
One of my ancestors on my Mothwer`s side was Frederick Scrutton of Blossom Wood Farm near Wivenhoe. Amongst his children was Frederick C. Scrutton the elder brother of my ancestor Ambrose Scrutton. Frederick C. was born in 1863 at Wivenhoe and became a foreman of Fringrith Hall Farm, Blackmore. He was maried to Emma...? and they had 6 children - Ida b 1889; Fred 1891; Nora 1894; Dorothy 1896; Agnes M. 1899 and Harold F. 1900.
Sutton family in Blackmore
I am researching the Sutton family who were ag. labs in Blackmore from at least 1760 to 1890. I would be interested in anyone else who has information about this clan!
red mail TURNER family of BLACKMORE
I am seeking information about HENRY TURNER, carpenter; first known to be in village in 1841. He was born in High Ongar and died 4 March 1888. He married Rhoda Samuel.
red mail SAMUEL family - BLACKMORE
I am looking for any information about the family of Samuel Samuel who was a master bricklayer in Blackmore. His first wife was Elizabeth and second wife was Anne who lived to 99. He died 22nd April 1869. Children by his first wife were:- Rhoda, Rebecca, Archer, Sarah, Phebe and Emma. There is a possibility that there is a Jewish link to this family and that he might have been born in Dunmow. Any information will be gratefully received.
red mail HUMPHREY FAMILY
I am looking for information about the HUMPHREY family who lived in Blackmore/Ongar. In particular: Henry Humphrey born c.1797; Joseph Humphrey born c.1826; Peter Humphrey b.1850; Henry Humphrey b.1875. Peter and his family moved to Plaistow in East London in about 1890. Any information about them and/or their ancestors/descendents would be welcome.
Edward Bird Wearing
Edward Bird Wearing, born Blackmore, Essex 1810, married Kezia Ross in Shoreditch 1828, died at Crowhurst Lands Farm in 1873. Brother Henry, born in Essex,1815, lived in Brick Lane, Whitechapel married Martha ?. Love to hear from anybody researching the above family


 
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