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Mary Key(1722)
The above lady married my ancestor in Great Easton in 1722{John Grout)but no trace can be found of any children from this marriage. Does anyone have any information on this. Regards. Michael.
red mail Alger/Potter families
Would anyone have any info on Elizabeth Alger who was born here and married a John Potter. They later resided at Park Farm Great Canfield. Would like to find out who her parents were.
LAMBERT FAMILY
Would like any info on the Lambert family who lived in the village at the end of the 18th century.Steele Lambert who was I believe the son of Jeffrey and Martha.I think they also had 2 daughters baptised in the church.
red mail Ellis/Collins - Little & Great Easton
I am look for information on the Ellis family in Little Easton and the Collins family in Great Easton.
red mail Albert Alfred Mead
Interested in any information about ancestors of Albert Alfred Mead, born 1877 died 1940, and thought to have family connections with Great Easton, Essex including Isaac Mead. Had brothers Sidney and Andrew and mother maiden name Anderson. Family subsequently resided at Lewisham and Blackheath, London.
red mail Thomas Patient - Great Easton
The 1861 census shows - Great Easton, Essex Thomas Patient 69 born Great Easton Hannah Patient wife 63 born Birchanger Mary Ann Stock gr.dau 8 born Lt. Easton. I am interested to know if Hannah Patient. was born Hannah Wybrow or Whybrow or variant. Hoping to contact others researching this family.
red mail Old Photos
I have some old glass plate negatives of your village and wonder who could help me identify them please? Thanks Glynn
Patient
Looking for any Patient families from Great Easton


 
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