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red mail John Ramm Elizabeth Barnard Henry Glaster
I am looking for details of a John Ram(m) who was transported to Tasmania in 1825 who possibly left his Wife Elizabeth and 3 children in Binham and any news of Elizabeth and Henry Glaster or Glister or Glaister
CRANFIELD/CARRINGTON
My CRANFIELD/CARRINGTON Ancestors originated from Binham in Norfolk. They moved to the Limehouse area of London in the 1860's when Rebecca Carrington married James cranfield. I would like to hear from anyone tracing the family names.
sands
any imfo on sands in binham
red mail Pointon/Emerson
Im looking for information on Mary EMERSON Baptised on 7th December 1790 Binham, Norfolk, England. 3rd child 6 known children of Charles EMERSON and Ann DURRANT. Married John POINTER/POINTON 20 December 1813 in Binham Parish Church. Nine known children of John and Mary. 3 children, James, Jeramiah and William all migrated to South Australia. Have lots of information on that part of the family. Interested in going back wards and also branching out to family left behind in England
red mail Eke & Timbers families
I'm interested in the Eke family who lived in Binham in the 19th century. William (b.1899) was a gamekeeper and farmer. His daughter Margaret married Samuel Peacock Timbers, a shoemaker and grocer.
red mail Scotter Families, Binham, Walsington, Norfolk
Any information on the surname "Scotter" would be gratefully appreciated. In particular, JAMES SCOTTER (Circa 1814) and his family, Mary Ann, John, Benjamin, Richard and William (my direct line). Many thanks.


 
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