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red mail Coppin
Looking for any descendants of Harriet Coppin born circa 1840 believed to be youngest daughter of James Coppin. She later married Alexander William Laidlaw.
red mail Bradlough/Chappell
I am searching for information regarding maria Bradlough born in Brandeston in 1822, married Sidney Chappell in Oct 1844 Brandeston Church they had five children Henry, George,Sidney, Frederick and Anna. I would like to know who Maria's parents were and if she had any brothers of sisters. Regards marilyn
red mail Bucke
I am looking for information on the Bucke family living in Brandeston during the period of 1750-1840. They were owners of a smallholding I believe.
red mail robert jay
G.G.G.GRANFATHER ROERT JAY born 1768, parents ROBERT JAY and DEBORAH? information wanted as this is all we know. He married a RACHEL DURRANT AT CROWFIELD 1803, died there in 1855
red mail Lydia BUTTON of Brandeston
Lydia BUTTON was 'of Brandeston' when she married William CAPON in Brandeston in 1751. After their marriage they lived in Wickham Market & then moved to Easton. William was baptised in Easton but I cannot trace Lydia's baptism. Would love to hear from anyone researching the Button & Capon families.
CLUTTERHAM, NUNN
I can trace my ancestors to Brandeston about 1820, and the CLUTTERHAM and NUNN families.
red mail Crowfoot: Brandeston
Bishop Crowfoot (Bishop was his given name, not a title) was born in Brundish in abt 1814 and in 1861 was widowed and living with his in-laws and 5 children in Brandeston. The children were Bishop (b 1841), Arthur (b 1849), Isaac (b abt 1852), Emily (b abt 1856) and Eliza L. (b abt 1858) - all children born in Brandeston other than Bishop, who was born in Charsfield, Suffolk. This entire family simply disappears after the 1861 census, so far as I can see. Any clues as to what happened to them would be much appreciated.
red mail Tye
Looking for parents of Samuel Tye, born in Brandeston in about 1799. He may be the son of Samuel Tye/Mary Wakely who were having children in Brandeston at about the right time, but they did not marry until 1801 and seem a little young to be Samuel's parents. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail Bradlaugh
Looking for parents of Emily Bradlaugh, b. Brandeston about 1802. Likely candidates would seem to be John Bradlaugh & Elizabeth Garrod/Garrard or William Bradlaugh & Susan Chappel, who were having children in Brandeston at the relevant time. Any help would be much appreciated.


 
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