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red mail Jabez Cross & Kate (nee Hammond)
I am looking for families related/connected, my great grand parents. They lived in Norfolk and appear on several census reports in different locations around Norfolk.(1800-1900) Jabez Cross occupation listed in 1890 was a Inland Revenue Officer 1st Class. It was in 1890 that Harry Cross, my grand father was born in Hackford, Norfolk (Registration District Aylsham) He had siblings at least 1 brother and several sisters. I would like to hear from anyone who has links with these people and if they appear on their tree/s.
red mail Ann Buck
She married Thomas Burton at Hackford c1739.Their children included John Burton born 29.1768 who married Ann Brabator at Reepham on 28.1.1794. I am looking for the ancestors of both Thomas Burton & Ann Brabator.
red mail Thomas Burton
He married Ann Buck at Hackford c 1739.Their children included John Burton born 29.1768 who married Ann Brabator at Reepham on 28.1.1794. I am looking for the ancestors of both Thomas Burton & Ann Brabator.
red mail Fields Family
trying to determine the parents of Thomas Fields b 1801 (Barnham Broom) who married Sarah Beales in 1830. Children were born Hackford Norfolk
red mail Daynes family
I am researching the following names in Hackford:Daynes/Dayns/Dains/Daines etc., Batch, Lovet, Clackson/Claxton I have managed to get the Daynes back to 1546, but haven't managed to find anything about Catherine Batch or Sarah Clackson other than they married into the Daynes family.
red mail GUYMER
Researching Guymer in Hackford


 
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