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red mail Samuel Scoggin married a French girl in Bruisyard.
Samuel Scoggin BIRTH: 1 Oct 1601 - Bruisyard, Suffolk, England DEATH: 5 Apr 1645 - Bruisyard, Suffolk, England MARRIAGE: 1 Feb 1621 - Suffolk, England SPOUSE: Marie Lucie Leroy. Marie was born in Bruisyard, both her parents were born in France. What were full-blooded French doing in Bruisyard in the late 1500s/early 1600s?
red mail Why would George Scoggin leave Bruisyard for Virginia 1652
George Scoggin (b1630), son of Samuel Scoggin (b1601) went to Virginia as an indentured servant. I have read that many indentured servants of this period were prisoners of war. Were the boys of Bruisyard on the losing side of a revolt?
red mail Last and Newson family members
Looking for any information on the Last family in Bruisyard and also any info on the Newson family of Darsham
red mail Taylor David b 1828
I am looking for any info at all on David Taylor Born 1828. He moved to Dorset having married a woman called Emma Cornish b. 17.1.1828 from Bruisyard. They had 5 children Samuel John David 1859, Edwin 1861, James 1864, Alfred 1869 & Catherine Fanny 1871. They appear on the 1861 census as living at Piddletrenthide, Dorset, then in 1881 living in Langton Matravers, Dorset. I would appreciate any help with their roots in Bruisyard, grandparents Samuel Taylor, Hannah ? thomas Haward and Lydia Stammers. Thanks
red mail Hurren family, bruisyard, about 1800
I'm looking for my great-great-grandfather William Hurren, who was born in Bruisyard in about 1802. He appears in the 1841 census living in Lnodon with his wife Jane (nee Strahan or Strachan), who was born in Gloucestershire. They had sons John (b. about 1851 in Shoreditch), Benjamin (b. Poultry, London in 1850), and Samuel, also born in London in 1852. I'd be really grateful for any information at all about William's family in Suffolk.
Reynolds Family 1897-1918
My grandfather, Robert Graystone Reynolds farmed at Church Farm,1897-1918. He was married to Edith Alice Maple and they had nine children. Any further information welcomed. David
red mail newsons of bruisyard
Samuel Newson and Sarah Goldsmith of Bruisyard had four children, Samuel, John, Ann and Harriet in the 1820s/1830s. I am researching this family tree and would be grateful for any information re this family.
red mail STAMMERS
I now havesome info regarding Haward and Taylor family of Bruisyard, thanks to other Fox warchers! My Susan Haward was the daughter of Thomas Haward and Lydia Stammers who were married at Bruisyard in 1793 approx. Please could anyone help with info on the Stammers family, it would be much appreciated. Thanks
red mail TAYLOR
I am looking for info on Samuel Taylor who married Susan or(Susanna) Haward or could be Hayward or Howard at Bruisyard in 1820. I originally thought that Susan came from Layham in Suffolk, but now think she was from Saxmundham area. Any help much appreciated.
red mail Taylor
I am looking for info on the Taylor family of Bruisyard, Suffolk. Samuel Taylor who married Susan Haward (or Susannah Haward) at Bruisyard. They had a son named Henry, who moved to Dorset, WHEN? Susan Haward was originally from Layham, Suffolk. I would be grateful for any help at all.
red mail Taylor Henry
I am looking for any info at all on Henry Taylor Born 1824. He moved to Dorset and married a woman called Caroline who came from Axminster, Devon. They appeared on the 1881 census as living at Loud's Mill, Fordington, Dorset. I would appreciate any help. Thanks


 
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