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red mail Bircham/Ayres
Searching for information on my great3 grandfather's family. Joshua John Bircham born: about 1794 in Burnham Thorpe. Married Susan Ayres 1830 also born in Burnham Thorpe in about 1806. Any information regarding his parents would be gretaly aprreciated.
red mail Sandell ?
I am looking for relatives of Edward and Rose Sandell of Shammar Cottages. Any help much appreciated
red mail SANDELL - North Creake
I am a descendant of Edward married Anne Shinkfield 1800. I am seeking information on Edward and his ancestors. I have a data base of Sandells containing nearly 2000 records.
red mail Woodcock & Hendry - North Creake, Norfolk & Stoke Newington, Middlesex
Looking for the parents of Robert Woodcock (builder) born Norfolk abt 1783 & Anna Hendry born North Creake, Norfolk abt 1785 who married in North Creake on 11th November 1805. Both died in York Place, Albion Rd, Stoke Newington in 1855 & 1862 respectively. Any information on their ancestors would be much appreciated.
red mail Shinkfields of North Creake
My line goes back to John Shinkfield (b1775) and Mary Tilson (b1779)of North Creake. I would appreciate any information on these two and their families and relatives of their time as well as ancestors before them.
red mail SHINKFIELD - North Creake, Kings Lynn
Seeking information re William SHINKFIELD born about 1778 in NORTH CREAKE. His father's name was John. William married twice - first to Martha HALL 1802 in KINGS LYNN; secondly to Amy HAGREN (nee MASON)
red mail Tuck
I am looking for information on the family of Alfred Tuck married to Maria Wordingham.
red mail Ebdale
Tryng to find out any information about the Ebdale family in the UK and Norway. Our family is located in New Zealand
red mail North Creake, Norfolk
Looking for my grandmother's family who lived here in the 19th century. There was a Robert Ebdale buried in this village according to a newspaper cutting. Any idea which local paper that might have been?

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