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red mail Sharp/Count
Thomas Count Sharp was born in High Roothing in 1819. His mother was Mary Sharp and he is believed to be the illegitimate son of Thomas Count - who may or not have lived in the same village. Does anyone have any information about the Count family?
red mail John Bacon
Would anyone have any info on John Bacon who married Ann Flack 24 Oct 1792.
red mail ALGER FAMILY
Looking for decendants of the Alger family who lived here 17th & 18th century. I am looking for a connection to the Alger family who lived at Great Canfield.
red mail BACON FAMILY
Has anyone any info on Sarah Bacon who was a school mistress here in 1848, and John Bacon who was a joiner & beerhouse.
red mail WHITEHEAD
Seeking background of Sarah Maria Whitehead who married Witham Estaugh at High Roding on 21st Oct 1779. I have not been able to establish any reliable leads, despite her fairly distinctive name.
red mail LACK
Family apparently in Willingale Doe. Mary Lack married there in April 1720 Isaac Estaugh. I should welcome information on the Lack family.
red mail ESTAUGH, ESTOUGH, EASTER
Isaac E. (born c. 1683) buried at High Roding June 1771. This may be the same Isaac who married Mary Lack at Wilingale Doe in 1720; they had at least 4 children: Isaac 1728, Elizabeth, Susanna and Joseph 1738.
red mail Dragonbeam House
I was wondering if anyone knew of the history of any of the old buildings in High Roding. In particular the pub and the houses along either side of it? Any information about how to access old photos or info would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks.


 
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