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red mail Peacock John
I am looking for John Peacock who married Martha Tortiss of Shernebourne in 1808 they had three children Charles Mary and Robert born 1813 and died 1892 I think John was a mariner so may not have originated from Norfolk. His children and grandchildren lived in the Snetisham,Heacham and Hunstanton areas of Norfolk. Hoping someone knows the family Thank you
red mail Skerry at Heacham
Any info on Humphrey Robert Skerryat Heacham, chr 28 January 1869 at Sedgeford
red mail Cory
Eventually traced my grandmothers relatives back to Heacham, Norfolk. Her name was Alice Cory born 1857 to Elizabeth Cory of Heacham. DOB c1821 Found her on census 1841, father shown as Robert,Mother Sarah, anyone can give me any more information I would be very grateful.
Daisy Menghetti, pauper child or not?
HELP, does anyone know anything about.. Daisy Menghetti?. The only information I have, is taken from the 1901 census, which states she is DAISY MENGHETTI, born, abt.1893, birthplace, NK pauper child, (entered as a Boarder) Westminster Union, Heacham, Norfolk. I am trying to tie this child into my family, and would like to know if anyone can help with any information or ideas. Hoping for a reply, Thank you very much. Veronica.
herbert temple gidney
am looking for any relatives of the above with a view to exchanging information - anthony
red mail Dibben.....who?
Looking for the birth of Bessie Esmerelda Dibben.In the 1901 census it states she was from Heacham.Her father was called Charles.He was a soldier.She married my grand father Albert Edward Moody on 25.4.1896 at Kensington Registry Office.

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