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red mail Fuell/Juell
Ann Fuell/Juell married Jacob Bristow 1770 Holy Trinity Takeley. They were parents to my grt grt grandfather Edward Bristow. No record of birth for either Ann or Jacob in the area.
red mail Sarah Cass Takeley Essex
I would like to find out more about Sarah Cass who married George Mott at Takeley Essex 1720. Their child George was born in 1720. I think George's parents were George Mott and Susannah Paveley who married at White Roding Essex in 1693. George was from Berners Roding and I don't know anything about Susannah. Much appreciated Pat Australia
red mail Sarah Right or Wright 1720
Looking for Sarah Right born 1720 in Takeley. She later married a Jonas PATMORE of Albury or Much Hadham?). I would love to find out any BMD for either and anything about Sarah's parents, family, ancestors. Thank-you and in eager expectation :)
red mail George Morton
I am looking for details of the parents/grandparents of a George MORTON b c 1845 who married Mary Ann CHAPMAN in June 1866. I have a copy of his marriage certificate which shows his father as Thomas MORTON but from census information it appears to be George MORTON. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Howe in Takeley
Robert Howe, shoemaker, d. 1568/9, m. to Joan, 3 daughters, Elizabeth, Joan, & Mary. Was this the Robert Howe who also had sons Abraham and James who immigrated to New England in 1637? Or, is this a second Robert that lived in the Takeley/Hatfield Broad Oak area? Searching for the ancestors of Abraham and James.
red mail Speller family
Would like to hear from any decendants of Ann Smith who married Robert Speller abt 1770. Their daughter married a Richard Alger 1806.
red mail Alice Reynolds
I am trying to find out about Alice Reynolds who was born in takely essex according to the 1881 census. But all of her siblings where born in broxted why was this. Regards Colin
red mail ALGER FAMILIES
Would like any info or connection with the above families and their decendants who lived in the area especially Great Canfield. I am related to Daniel Alger who lived at Great Canfield 1811-1896 at Black Hall.
red mail Bambrose Green
Do anyone have any information on the Smith family form 1800onwards, they worked on Frog Hall, and Little Parndon as coachman/domestic.
red mail Family Heard
John Heard immigrated to Australia in 1920's from England as a child. His mother's name was Elizabeth. Thought to hail from Takeley in Essex. Our family would like to trace any relatives. John now living in Adelaide,Australia.
red mail Sach Family- Village of Takeley 1800's
Iam researching " Sach" family, they were Ag Laborer's William & Maria Sach (nee Day) and their children (1) James ( my GG Grandfather) (2) Robert (3) John and (4 ) Mary. All Baptised Holy Trinity Church Takeley. Williams parents were Robert & Susanna Sach (nee Bridge).. Any information would be greatly appreciated. GG Grandfather James was convicted of kiling sheep in 1828 and transported to Australia 1829.
stock family
looking for family of reuben stock born 1841 (father also reuben)married in barnston 1861
Henry Childs
Henry Childs was born 1845 in Takeley,Essex. Any information on Henry's family would be appreciated.
red mail Skingle
my skingle family came from the takeley area. does anyone have links to this family?
red mail Holy Trinity Church Takeley
My Great Great Aunt Fanny Brand was buried in the Holy Trinity Church in 1912 and born in 1857 in Great Dunmow when the fammily lived at Brick kiln Farm and she was baptised at Dunmow Parish church


 
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