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red mail Samuel Taylor
I am trying to confirm the parentage and baptism date of Samuel Taylor born Bedfield in about 1796. He married Susan Haward in Bruisyard. They later moved to Dorset.
Curtis family
I have an ancestor John Taylor who married Kerenhappuch Curtis in October 1815 in Bedfield. I cannot find any information for either of them and am particularly interested in finding out more about kerenhappuch Curtis. Has anybody got any information of the Curtis family?
James Juby, 1800 - 1879
This gentleman was my 3 x great grandfather, and I have considerable information on his descendants, always ready to learn more about the Juby family. My grandmother was Blanche Juby, and I was born in Ipswich in 1942. Meg
Elliott and Pemberton
I'm interested in these families. Robert Elliott b.c. 1795 (son of George Elliott?) Robert married Elizabeth Pemberton (b. Monk Soham 1793) in 1819; he was a carpenter to trade. I have him in the census records, and would like to follow up on his children, Benjamin (1816), Caroline (1822), William (1923) and Eleanor (1830). Also interested in taking the family back a further generation.
red mail Crisp
I am looking for info on william crisp and his wife Mary Ann (maden name Hayward / Haywaid) living in Bedfield 1851 two sons fredrick and octavius By 1871 octavius was living caerphilly south wales
Looking for ancestors of John STammers, born abt 1814 and his daughter Susan Stammers, born abt 1856 possibly in Bedfield, Suffolk. Susan Stammers married Charles BALLAM
red mail Juby
Details wanted of the Juby family who lived in Bedfield, Laxfield or surrounding areas.
Stammers - Bedfield
Early 1800's.I have information back to William Stammers and Susan Short,married at Laxfield 5/7/1796.
Gyford - Bedfield, Suffolk
Connected with the GYFORD surname from the 1800's.
Abbott - Bedfield, Suffolk
Connected with the ABBOTT surname from the 1700's.

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