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Hayward
Trying to trace any living relatives of Mildred Jessie Hayward born in Great Cornard in 1879 and attended Great Cornard School in 1888. Please contact me as I may have a posession of hers.
red mail Susan Crysel
Looking for any in formation on the Crysel (Crisell or Crissell) family in or around Great Cornard. Specifically for a Susan Crysel 1771 (guess on date), who she married and when and date of death. The Crisell line can also be found in Kelvedon Essex.
red mail Alston of Great Cornard
Looking for a wife for my gggrandfather John Alston b 1784 in Great Cornard. Any help greatly appreciated.
red mail Wakefield
I am keen to exchange information on members of this large family who lived in Great Cornard during the 1800's and early 1900's (and possibly earlier).
red mail Brown Bowers
I am researching the Brown family from Great Cornard and would like any info re an Elizabeth Bowers (1782) and William Brown (1778) married on 12 Feb 1803.
Emma Felton
Emma Felton b c 1867, one of about 13 children of William Felton and Sarah Barham. She married John Dunkley in 1886. Any information about the Felton family much appreciated.
william EMSDEN m Lucie SIMONDE 9 October 1592
Any further information regarding the EMSDEN and SIMONDE families prior to this date welcomed.
red mail Jacobs
Does anybody have any information on Mary Ann Jacobs who married James Maddock in Great Cornard on 20th April 1832
red mail Boreham
William Boreham, born abt.1720, married Jane Winn in Great Cornard, died there in 1762. Children:Wm.,Jane, Mary, Winn, Ann, Susan. Looking for parents of William.


 
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