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red mail Ford
Thomas Ford, widower, married Susanna Barber at Hempnall 6th August 1728 by banns. So far have been unable to trace his first marriage. Any pointers would be gratefully received. John
red mail The Three Horse Shoes
My grandfather John Henry Wilson was the licensee of The Three Horse Shoes pub 1904 to 1912, he married Sarah Jane Wright 1904 at Kirby Bedon.At least five of my uncles/aunts were born there at the pub.Any information would be appreciated. Michael.
red mail John Read
Does anyone have John Read in their family tree? He was born in 1839 in Hempnall, son of John Read and Rebecca?
James Robert Scott and the Roberts family (James and Ellen)
My great grandfather, James Robert Scott, died in 1949 and lived the latter part of his life with his daughter (Ellen who had married James Roberts in 1926) at Stone Gables in Hempnall. He was subsquently buried in the Churchyard but what happened to his daughter Ellen.
red mail Baldwin / Southgate
I am seeking information about the family of BARZILLAI BALDWIN b. 1825 in Hempnall. He married Mary Anne SOUTHGATE of Norwich in Hempnall in 1849 and subsequently moved to Norwich. Any information about his parents (father = William?) or siblings or those of his wife would be most welcome.
Feltham Baldwin Stone
Looking for Baldwin and Feltham families My gt gt gt grandfather was Robert Feltham, married to Mary and we beieve last name Baldwin, in Shotesham St Mary in 1834,Their children were William, Charles, Richard, Ann, my gt gt grandmother Charlotte, and Susan, we also believe Robert,s father was also called Robert, and he may have had a brother Henry my gt gt grandmother married a William Stone of Loddon
Feltham
Looking for a Sarah Elizabeth Feltham, born about 1847 in Hempnall, daughter of William Feltham, carpenter.
red mail Looking for birthplace of William Revell born circa 1759 in Norfolk
William Revell b.1759 who moved out of birth village to Banham in Norfolk. Married Lydia Baxter in 1779. Possibly came from Hempnall. Any clues? Most grateful.
THAIN(E) of Hempnall & Fritton
Trying to trace the birth and/or baptism of a John THAIN(E) or THAYNE in about 1711, in Hempnall or nearby villages. His fathers name may have been John or William.
red mail Pitchers family Hempnall
I notice that Mike was asking in 2002/3 for any information on the Pitchers family originating in Hempnall - was there any? If so I would also be interested. Betty
red mail Morris, Hempnall, Norfolk.
Robert Morris, b. 1805, spouse, Maria. Children: Francis, Maria, Robert, Walter, Georgiana. I am a descendant of this family and have early photographs.
red mail Moore
Mary Ann Moore b:1825 in Hempnall. Her father's name was William Farrow. She married James Revell in 1845 in Hempnall. There are many families in Hempnall with the name Moore I am having difficulty tracking down which one she came from, can anyone help....?
red mail Revell
Looking for any info or descendants that come from the Revell name in Hempnall. I come from a long line of Revell's all born in Hempnall or surrounding villages. I have info from the late 1700's to present day but can not find any descendants other than my line.
red mail Pitchers Family
Looking for details on Pitcher family from Hempnall, Norfolk, specifically Henry William Pitchers, born circa 1844. Thanks mike
Goose Family
Details gratefully received on the GOOSE family from Hempnall. My 3x Gt. Grandmother was Mary Ann GOOSE born in Hempnall in 1801. Her parents were Jonathan and Elizabeth. She married James ALBOROUGH in 1822 in East Carleton where she died in 1871.


 
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