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Tivetshall St Mary Norfolk
 
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red mail Nichols Family
My great great grandfather Thomas Nichols was born in this area and worked on a farm. He was illiterate. He migrated to Australia in 1885 with his wife Elizabeth ( Nee Fulcher) his three sons George Charles and Richardson, and his daughter Mary. If anyone has information on his UK history, please contact me.
red mail drane
Looking for anything on William Drane Farmer wife Frances children William/Charles/John/James
red mail FOX
I am looking for Robert Fox who was born in Tivetshall St. Mary about 1767, married Sarah Adkins in 1796 at Fundenhall. Any informaion would be gratefully received.
red mail Ford, Everett and Potter
Loking for any information on Ford Everett and Potter families, in late 1700 to early 1800,
Nichols and Lighton Families from Tivetshall St Mary
I am looking for information about the Nichols family of Tivetshall prior to 1851. John Nichols born c.1811 married a Susanna and had 5 children including Thomas Nichols (1837) my direct ancestor. (Also Elijah, John, Sara and Anna) Thomas married Eliza Lighton of the same village.
red mail Aylmer in Much Hadham Herts. England
A monument to Judith Aylmer was erected by her son Theophilus Aylmer at St Andrews Church Much Hadham Hertfordshire. Judith Aylmer was the daughter of Robert King she was married twice first to Nathaniel Trahere in the reign of Queen Mary and later to John Aylmer Bishop of London she had 8 sons and 2 daughters and lived to 1618 age 78 years.
red mail Bishop Of London From Tivetshall
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 John Aylmer was born at Tivetshall St. Mary, Norfolk 1521 and died at Fulham London, 3rd June 1594. An English prelate he was made Bishop of London in March 1577. He had been installed as archdeacon of Stow in June 1553, but on account of his heretical opinions was obliged to take refuge at Strasburg and Zurich until the accession of Elizabeth. He was an opponent of Puritanism, and was bitterly attacked in the Martin Marprelate tracts. His administrationof his office made him exceedingly unpopular. He is supposed to be the - Morrell - 'the proude and ambitious pastour' of Spenser's - Shepherd's Calendar.
Scales Charles
Am searching for the birth of Charles Scales in Tivetshall St Mary's about 1790+. He appears on the 1851 census in Eye, Suffolk and states he was born in Tivetshall St Mary's.


 
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