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red mail Kerrison`s
Looking for details on George & Mary Kerrison, who had a son Edward (B 1812/3) in East Harling. Edward married Maria Gant (1839) daughter of William & Susan Gant, also of East Harling. Edward and Maria had 2 sons ,William A G Kerrison and Daniel G Kerrison, both born in Barnet Herts 1839-1842
red mail my mother
my mother lived in east harling around 1940-1946 married to a mr Dennis who she later divorced, I believe she worked for Gaymers? the cider company. She met my father there who after being released from POW in '45 lodged at Parkinson stores. Does anyone have any information on these people. regards Anne
red mail king Alfred Thomas
Looking for family Alfred has 13 brothers and sisters he left home to join the army and never as far as we know went back do you know any kin They also lived in Baynham, Rushford Euston area Fakenham Magna area and were sheppards his sister ran the stores in the street in Baynham village.
red mail GREGORY & KILLINGBACK family East Harling
I am researching the Gregory and Killingback (Killenbach) families of East Harling and would like to hear from any one else interested in these families.
red mail whitrod
looking for any "Whitrod's" from East harling and surrounding areas
red mail Ling, William Ford, Frances
I am looking for details on Frances Ford who married William Ling in 1811. Frances was born abt.1787 in Rickinghall, Suffolk. William, Frances and their children emmigrated to Tasmania, Australia in 1855
red mail Jessup - Allen - Gall
Robert Jessup 1739-1826 born East Harling first wife Elizabeth Allen Second wife Mary Gall between them they had about fourteen children
red mail Spinks - 18th C.
Interested in any members of the Spinks family late 18th century especially George and Alice (married 1796 I am told) and subsequent links to Middlesex/ London area.
red mail Wilson Green
Looking for any descendants of the Wilson or Green families from this village form the mid 1850s onward.


 
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