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red mail Bishop / Woodly
Hi, I'm looking for any information on Daniel Bishop or Ruth Woodly born c1791 in or around Cranham. They later moved up to South Ockendon and had children, among them was my Descendant Daniel born c1821 who was a farmer,and David, Sarah and Susannah Bishop. Any info on any of these people would be greatly appreciated. thanks for your time. Christine.
red mail Anthony CARSON and Sarah LAYZELL
Hi This my 1st post, i am looking for the family of Anthony CARSON and Sarah LAYZELL,They had a daughter Mary ann who married Robert HALL. Anthony and Robert both were born in norfolk lived and died in Cranham Essex England. Jill
red mail Richard Chandler of Cranham/Purfleet
Richard Chandler, born abt 1790/1800, a labourer in a gunpowder magazine, had son Joseph Chandler born 1825 Purfleet who married 1845 Cranham, Eliza Sache born 1827 Cranham. I believe Joseph had a brother Daniel and possibly other siblings. I have been unable to find Richard's birth - can anyone help?
red mail Lazell
James Lazell married Sarah Hills on 13 Oct 1769. They had at least two sons: (1) James, born about 1769 and (2) Thomas bapt. 27 Apr 1777. James (b. 1769) married Mary Johnson, and they had 10 children. Any further information appreciated.
red mail Lazell
Interested in all Lazell surnames in the Cranham area. Especially descendants of David and/or Thomas Lazell. David Lazell married Elizabeth Smith December 1837.
red mail Cranham, Essex
I am looking for John Morrish born about 1847, migrated to Australia about 1874/5
red mail Chandler/lazell
Daniel Chandler (b. Abt 1814) married Charlotte Lazell (b. Abt 1812) on 10 Dec 1837. Daniel was a blacksmith and his father was Richard Chandler, a labourer in a gunpowder magazine; Charlotte's father James was a labourer.

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