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red mail Tombling, Dawson and Able families
I have very recently (Oct.2012) found that I have some ancestors on my paternal line in the North Elmham area with surnames of Tombling, Dawson and Able families (some also from Bilney, Brisley and Beetley areas). I had gone to look for another line of ancestors (Brown and Fox families) from this area this summer and actually stayed in North Elmham for a week to look at Whissonsett, Tittleshall, Sculthorpe villages/churches. Now I find another line comes from around that area in my latest searches on line. Would like to contact anyone with surnames that match. Thanks. Jane
red mail Baker / Olley Family
I am researching for any baker / Olley family c 1800. David
red mail king family
my family lived in heath cottages old heath road for many decades the kings seem to marry women from the tuck family more than twice my grandfather was a teamsman henry king they lived in 3 heath cottage i would love to know more can any one help i would be most grateful rita
red mail Bradfield
I am looking for information about the Bradfield family of North Elmham particularly Hercules Sands Bradfield (born 1809) to Mary Bradfield (born~1772) They are related to Robert & Frances Bradfield, who was innkeeper at the King's Head Pub in North Elmham in 1841
red mail Tombling
Seeking information on parents of John Tombling who married Susannah Wright 1766 North Elmham Norfolk
red mail DAWSON, BONE, BIRD
Seeking information about my gt.gt. grandfather William Dawson b. c1810-14 in North Elmham, Norfolk. He married Mary Ann (widow of George Bird) formerly BONE born c1810 They later moved to Lowestoft where the children were born, and then settled in POPLAR. Any information about William or Mary, or their children George, Thomas or James would be greatly appreciated.
red mail BOWER; BOWERS
I am interested in making contact with anyone who may know of or be connected with a family named Bower or Bowers who came from this area and migrated to Australia in 1853.Thankyou Carol.
WHITRED and variants of North Elmham
Margaret WHITRED was born in about 1790-91 and gave her place of birth as North Elmham. In 1818 she married John THAIN in Bedingham, where they farmed a small acreage and raised a large family. Margaret's origins are proving very elusive. I should be grateful for any sighting of a family by this name or one of its many variants, which include WHITETHREAD, WHITEREAD, WHITTRICK among others.
red mail HUBBARD
My husband's 7G Grandmother was Elizabeth HUBBARD baptised 26 Sept 1663 to Robert and Cicely HUBBARD. Anyone else researching this family?
red mail HANSELL/HANDSELL
I am trying to trace the origins of Ambrose HANSELL/HANSELL and Catherine MECK who married in 1727 in North Elmham where they baptised 5 children: John 1731, Ambrose 1732, Matthew 1736, Matthias 1738 & Mary 1747. Matthew married Martha PILCH in Brisley in 1762 where they had 6 children: Ann, Elizabeth, 2x Catherines, Sarah & a Mary who went on to marry Edward CREED in Brisley in 1791. Would love to contact anyone who is also researching these families or who can help me find the familes of Ambrose & Catherine.
Pubs
Im looking if anyone could tell me anything about any residants of any pubs in North Elmham, especially pubs that are no longer public houses. In the years between 1700 and 1900
red mail William Davey born circa 1735 d 1813
Ancestor William DAVEY born circa 1735 married Jane AINGER in North Elhmam in 1759. I am seeking both their baptisms. They baptised 4 chidren here between 1759 and 1767, and both died in East Dereham in 1813.


 
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