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red mail Mutton Family
Looking for anyone with connections to the MUTTON family, originating in Filby, Norfolk Regards Phil
WHITRED
I am interested in information on George Whitred b. 5 Feb 1837 in Ormesby. He appears on the 1871 Census for Filby with wife, Sarah Reid, and 4 sons: Albert, Charles, George, and Timothy. By 1876, the family was living in Ontario. According to George Whitred's death record, his father was named Timothy Whitred. Appreciate any assistance! I have lots of information on family after arrival in Ontario
red mail Jacob Thompson
Jacob Thompson died by drowning in filby broad aged 81 in 1943 any other info would be appreciated ie..press cuttings
red mail Filby-Popes's Hall
I have ancestors who apparently lived/worked at Pope's Hall, Filby, Norfolk. I would like to find out more about the Hall and the farm/estate. I would be grateful for any related info.
red mail Piggin Family
The Piggin family were present in Filby from the mid 18th century if not earlier.
red mail Hannah Aldridge Maiden Name Unknown
My great grandmother Hannah Aldridge, (nee Helsdon) was born ca 1854 in Filby, according to the 1901 census. Her parents Robert H Helsdon, born ca. 1813 and Elizabeth Unknown. Any matches here? Am happy to share info.
red mail Brittenden/humphrey
Researching my family tree. My g/g/g/grandmother Harriet Brittenden nee Humphrey(father Benjamin Humphrey, mother Ann Barber) was christened at Filby Norfolk in 1793. She married Edward Brittenden in Chatham in 1811. Anyone researching any of these names??


 
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