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red mail Riches/Hewitt
I am looking for information on Sarah Riches nee Hewitt who died in Dersingham in 1842. She was married to John Riches. Any information greatfully received.
red mail John Kent
I am looking for any information re siblings of John Kent born in Dersingham in 1808, parents Samuel Kent & Maria Hendry, they were married in 1805 in Dersingham. I believe that Samuel Kents father was also Samuel Kent, mother Rose Ward, but cannot verify if I have the right family. John Kent moved to Kings Lynn and was the landlord of the Town Arms for a period in the 1800's.
red mail Fitt Families
I have been researching my family tree and would welcome any information regarding living or dead Fitt family members as I wish to fill in more details on my family tree. From my research I have established the family was in Norwich in mid-18th century (and probably earlier), and then Dersingham and Great Bircham. Thanks for any information in advance..
red mail Robinson, Elliot, Brady -1700's - Dersingham - Norfolk
Searching for info on Holythorne Robinson m. Anne Elliot,1747,children Henry-1747,Mary-1749,Anne-1753. Also, Knot Robinson m. Mary Brady,1743,children Elizabeth-1744,Tabitha-1746,Knot-1751. I have trees through Holythorne and son Henry to present day to share. Looking for info on the others and earlier ancestors.
red mail Gent
Any info on Sarah Gent c1771 of Dersingham area, married Benjamin Leggett. Will share other gen. Colin
red mail Dersingham
I am researching the following families who were in Dersingham at some time in the 1700/1800s. Applegate Herring Bunn Gent Boydon Neale. I am willing to exchange information with others re these families.


 
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