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red mail Stimpson
John Stimpson was born in Chedgrave about 1808. He married Charlotte Savill in London. He was one of the first Zoo Keepers at Regents Park. His son Alexander Stimpson married Daisy Roach. There are several Stimpsons in and around Langley and Chedgrave. I would be glad to hear from anyone else with this one in their tree. Helena
red mail Stimpson
Hi Looking for George Stimpson born c.1842 father William Stimpson also of Chedgrave c.1798 Married Hannah, George Married Mary Ann Harn 1862. ring any bells with anyone?
red mail Gill
are there any Gills still in this area of Norwich have an ancestor who was born in Chedgrave in the 1800's.
John TUNGATE & Margaret BARLOW (both of Broome) married at Chedgrave Norfolk 28/7/1721. Who were John's parents? John TUNGATE was their son and his children were John,Sarah & William who changed name to TUNGATT
red mail FORDER / MORLEY
Looking for FORDER's or MORLEY's in the Chedgrave area. Please contact me if you think you can help at all or you think I may be able to help you - no matter how small a tidbit you have, it may start something bigger! Thanks
John Land
I am looking for information on Robert Land Born 1774 Chedgrave Norfolk and married Mary Nunn at Southwold Suffolk on the 14th February 1804
red mail BLAKE , CLARKE
Looking for DONALD BLAKE b.1882 Chedgrave - THOMAS ARTHUR BLAKE b.1876, Grimstone - AUGUSTUS EDWARD BLAKE b.1874, Hickling. Also family of WALTER CLARKE AND SUSANNAH nee BLAKE b.1868, Grimstone. Their parents Henry and Sarah had both died by 1886 -some brothers and sisters were sent to the poorhouse and then shipped out to Canada a few years later. Any info please contact me.

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