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red mail Samuel Baker
I am looking for more information on Samuel Baker (labourer), baptised 1819, mother Susanna, married Mary Ann. Possibly illegitimate son of Samuel Baker and Mary Large of Birch Hall. He was father of George Samuel Baker, born 1850. Any information about his parentage would be welcome! Judi
red mail Susan Akers
Trying to find any information on Susan Akers whose Birthplace is Given as Kirby le Soken in 1811. She married Martin Fairbrother 1n 1832 they are my Gt Gt Gt Gt grandparents
red mail GOLDINGS FROM KIRBY LE SOKEN
I AM RESEARCHING THE GOLDING FAMILY FROM KIRBY LE SOKEN. I HAVE TRACED THEM BACK TO 1790 IN KIRBY. THE GOLDINGS HAD LINKS BY MARRIAGE TO THE MANN FAMILY, ALSO FROM KIRBY. TRYING TO FIND ORIGINS OF THOMAS GOLDING WHO MARRIED ELIZABETH BROWN IN ST MICHAELS CHURCH, KIRBY (1790). HE MAY HAVE BEEN BORN IN KIRBY BUT WOULD LIKE TO MAKE SURE. THANKYOU VERY MUCH
red mail Ling/ Kirby, Suffolk
Looking for ancestors of May Ling, daughter of Henry Ling a farmer at Birch Hall in Kirby. She was born 6/3/1896 in Romford and her mothers name was Mary Ann. She married George Challen in 1922.
red mail richard stone .tree 1601original documents
Stone name genealogy old documents some going back to 1601 superb research documents old original handwritten diaries all about the industrial revolution and the destruction of farm machinery in the 1800s there are old documents on soup kitchens an d the names of countless people who were at starvation level in this period there are old documents relating to transportation to van diemans land australia and many of these essex labouring classes were transported to the united states of america and many people of the (stone) origin name sold up what belongings they had to enable them to pay there pass.Age to the u.S.A. Many were transported all because these farm labourers destroyed the threshing machines and as a consquence were transported from essex please note these diaries and documents are unpublished and are 100% original one of the main persons who was the landed gentry was one richard and thomas stone they controlled most of kirby le soken in essex .Richard was responsible for keeping these unique diaries he writes of ships being blown ashore on the essex coast and wrecked . This is a opportunity to obtain these rare papers . Richard stone was such an important person that he was a prolific lender of money to wealthy gentry who had fallen on hard times he would secure the loans against there estates . All the original unpublished information lays in these diaries if you are related to the stone name in any way then some where in the lineage you may find something of importance even if you are not a stone then all the documents from the soup kitchens and the transportation may hold clues for you .You may view this archive material if you wish be e mailing me .This material is in desperate need of some meaningful research . The main content relates to the stones of great bromley in essex and kirby le soken in essex .However richard stone was such a methodical member of the landed gentry he kept precise records and diaries of all the names of children in the soup kitchens and what there meagre allowances should be .I have no problem for you to come and inspect these unique rare records here at my house in the u.K.I purchased these documents and diaries at an auction here in colchester essex the oldest recorded roman town in england as i realised there unique historical significance .I only wish i was of stone lineage as i am sure i would find something of significance in this genealogy .However mine is much more difficult as it is connelly/vallely/flannagin/coyle/friel all irish related
red mail MANN FAMILY
mann family of kirby le soken since early 1700 all mariners
Taylor / Smee Families in Kirby-le-Soken
Looking for Information on these Families --- Joseph Smee, Labourer, widower of Susan ?, son of Joseph Smee married Martha Taylor, Spinster, daughter of John Taylor at Parish Curch Kirby-le-Soken 24 December 1843. --- Joseph was about 55, his first wife Susan had died 14 August 1842. --- I have the relevant 1841/51/61 Census entries but any other information would be MOST welcome as Joseph was my 3G Grandfather and is a brick wall in my tree. Also looking for info about the Annis / Anniss family between 1786 and 1851
red mail Phipps
Looking for links to the Phipps family living in Kirby Le Soken area from 17th-19th Century
red mail Box
I am interested in any information on the Box family living in Kirby le Soken from the mid 18th to the late 19th century.
red mail Rattle, Henry Tye
Looking for the marriage/birth of Henry Tye Rattle.He lived in Kirby le Soken from c.1840 until his death.Census says he was from Ipswich and born c.1798.His wife Hannah from Kirton,Suffolk.Any information would be welcome.
red mail Dillerstone, Thomas
Looking for the birth/parents of Thomas Dillerstone(or variants).He was born c.1785 in Essex/Suffolk,married Sarah Annis 1820 in Frinton,he died 1842 in Kirby le Soken.Any information on Dillerstone family would be welcome.
red mail Tye family
I'm looking for any information regarding my great,great,great grandfather Robert Tye who was born in Kirby-Le-Soken in 1797. Robert Married Susannah Rollison who I believe came from the same area.
red mail Macartney Family
I am interested in any information on Frederick Graham, Jane, Eva Constance, Alice, Mabel Harriet, Florence Violet, Blanche, Herbert Graham, Frederick Newton, Lilly or Ursula Macartney. Frederick Graham was vicar of St. Micheals Kirby from 1904 to his death in 1913
Wesbroom
Looking for information on John Wesbroom, born c.1807 in Kirby le Soken.
red mail BUTTON family
The Buttons I am researching lived in and around Kirby le Soken, Essex in the early to mid 1800s. I'd be interested in anyone who has any information on the family and what happened to them. The ones I have been researching owned or ran a public house in Kirby le Soken in the 1830s. The father's name was Robert Button.


 
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