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red mail Pallant Family
I am trying to trace the birth/baptism of my 3 x Great Grandfather Joseph Pallant. He married Sarah Gomer/Gosler or Gower (her surname has been transcribed in various forms) in Bramford on 7 November 1822. On the 1851 census he gives his place of birth as Bramford but I have been unable to trace him. Any help or info appreciated.
Bumpstead family
I'm looking for help tracing a Mary Bumpstead. She was born around 1806 in Bramford and later married Henry Sillett in 1826. Her marriage gives a witness as John Bumspstead but I have no idea if this is her father. There is a possibility that her father was William Bumpstead, but any help with this would be greatly appreciated
Button, John
I am looking for records of a John Button, born around 1780, farmer from Bramford. Had two children, Peter Skipper Button and Harriet Button.
red mail Rivers Farm
Looking for information about Rivers Farm Burstall, near Sproughton Suffolk.Dates around 1700.
red mail Alfred Hitchcock
I am tracing the Hitchcock family tree, and I know that several of them lived in Bramford at one time. I am therefore intrigued that Alfred Hitchcock used the name Bramford in one of his films. Is there any known link?
red mail Morgan
I have found a Robert Bond Morgan b.1831,in this village. I would like any information on his family - father is George.
red mail Forsdike Forsdyk Forsdyke Hitchcock
Any information pre 1800's would be appreciated. I have details of a Jonas Forsdike circa 1780. His daughter Lydia married into the Hitchcock family from Bramford.

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