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red mail Drake, Hunn - Acle
Jacob Hunn (1834 - 1918) married Jane Drake (1833 - 1918) in 1852. Jane was the daughter of distinguished RN seafarer Spencer Drake. They had a brood of children over the next twenty years and then Jacob mysteriously disappeared from view, subsequently turning up and dying in Australia. The Acle Community Archive states that "It is claimed the last man to put in irons was a Mr Hunn for beating his wife, who was daughter of Commander Drake RN", so this may have been the catalyst for his sudden departure. Does anyone know the full story behind this please?
red mail Ward family portraits, Acle Mill
Robert Ward (1792 - 1871) married Mary Burton (1789 - 1870) and ran the mill at Acle in the 1800s. I'm interested in any portraits/photographs of this family, whether ancestors or offspring, particularly their son Thomas Burton Ward who came to Australia in the 1850s. (Have photos of their son Robert and his wife Harriet Hunn and her sister Emma Hunn Ward.)
red mail Esther Ward marries James Tungate
My ancestor Esther Ward born 1842 Blofield, married James Tungate late 1860 in Blofield. According to 1881 census they were living in Acle with Esther's parents, but there is no sign of any children. Can anyone help with this please
red mail James Manthorpe born 1781
Looking for the family of James Manthorpe born 1781 in Acle. Have found him in Loddon & Clavering, Norfolk in 1841 census but unable to determine if he married or had children, hoping a better look at census might help.
red mail Elizabeth Allen
Looking for information about my GGGG Grandmother Elizabeth Allen born circa 1760 in Acle, Norfolk. She married James Manthorpe in 1781 in Acle and had 10 children, being James, John, William, Susan, Sarah, Charles, Mary Ann, Eleanor, Jonathan and Elizabeth.
red mail Drake /Shingle
Phillis drake b.Flegg wed / Shingle children all born Acle my interest is parents of Phillis if any one can help please
red mail Samuel Crisp d.1857
I'm looking for Samuel Crisp who died in 1857 in Acle and is probably buried there. His wife was Ann Moor who lived in Acle in 1861. Any help would be appreciated. A check of the cemetery would be marvelous. Thanks
red mail Robert & Harriet Ward
Looking for information about Robert Ward, who came to Australia around 1856? He is my g grandfather who we know very little about . Any help very much appreciated
red mail acle
im looking for my wife's grandad ernest richelieu barber i have no info about him at all i think he was born in acle norfolk and died in rollsby norfolk if you can help it will be appreciated terry
red mail SPARROW
William SPARROW was born in Acle in 1797. I have no information on his first wife, but they had 7 children, all within the area.
red mail Goodrum, Felmingham, Scott, Griffin
Families lived in Acle in 1800's.
red mail Hunn-Barber-drake-jermy
all acle family names
red mail Cutler Griffin
my g-g-gfather William Cutler b1834 m Harriet Griffin. 1881 census - farming 78 acres at Windmill Barn
red mail Henry Patterson, b. Acle 1857
Seeking information on Henry Patterson, his ancestors and immediate family, born Acle 1857. Migrated to Egypt and married Maria Allich in Alexandria 1886. Three sons - Harry (b ?), William (b 1889) and Sidney (b 1890). Remarried following death of first wife (1890) to Elizabeth Miller, Alexandria, 1900. Further children not known, believed at least one daughter Phyllis Miller. Died Alexandria 1914.
red mail Rushmer(e) family of acle
looking for anyone with knowledge of William Rushmere and his family who lived in Acle about 1895. Rosannah Louisa was my grandmother, (william's daughter)she left Acle to marry my grandfather George Robinson in about 1910

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