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red mail Ann Scott of Lawshall
Searching for details of the Scott family of Lawshall - particularly the family and ancestors of Ann Scott (born about 1807). She married Thomas Allen in Kensington, Middlesex in 1827. Any leads or details would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Morley
My family lived in Lawshall for most of the 19th Century. I have photos of people outside the village pub but can not identify them. Does anybody know of any links?
Catchpole
Can anyone help me with the Catchpoles of Lawshall? I have Abraham Makins married to Sarah Catchpole during the 1790s. Then all of a sudden Sarah has gone and Abraham is married to Mary Catchpole instead!
Makins
Can anyone help me with the Makins family of Lawshall. I believe that Henry Makins was married to Mary Holden and had at least two children baptised at Lawshall, Elizabeth Makins 1813/14 and Frances Makins 1816.
red mail GIRLING FAMILY OF LAWSHALL
Seeking any information with regard to Charles and Ann Girling, who lived in Lawshall in the early 1800's. They had 8 children, all born in Lawshall.
Goldsmith family of Lawshall/Pimlico
My 2nd great grandfather James Goldsmith born 1823 in Lawshall Suffolk to George Goldsmith & Elizabeth Davis, married twice, the second time to my 2nd great grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Mulock nee Brown, they had 4 children including my great grandfather James Goldsmith born 1867 in Pimlico, I am interested in what became of his children by his first marriage to Susan Dorling, I know that his son William died 1868 in Marylebone soon after he married Caroline Death, but have no knowledge of his daughters Susan Mary Ann Goldsmith born 16 November 1847 Bloomsbury, or Elizabeth Martha Goldsmith born 22 December 1854 in Marylebone,
Dye,Rolfe, Albon,Farrow
All these names feature in my family tree mainly living in Hartest and Lawshall 1800 onwards.Does anyone recognise these names and could pass on any information.
red mail Sparkes, Lawshall
Josiah Sparkes (1802 -1866)wife Louisa Playle, 10 children including Louisa (1838-1863 )who died giving birth to Tom King Sparkes my great grandfather. Josiah pparents James Sparkes(1725 -1803) and SarahTodd (1771-?) any details would be appreciated
red mail Robert Underwood
Robert Underwood was married abt 1755 Lawshall to Mary Farrow. He was a farmer. A son, John was born 1759 Lawshall. and also became a farmer in Brockley. Any details or connections on the above much appreciated.
red mail John Harrold - about 1760
Can anyone help with the Harrold family of Lawshall, Suffolk. In particular John Harrold b. abt. 1760 who married Susan Ely in 1784 at Lawshall.
red mail King William Pub
I am seeking photos of King William Public House that once stood in Lawshall, particularly during WWII, when a great aunt ran it.
red mail Ransom Family
I am looking for the birth place of William Ransom, about 1762 he married Susan Bacon about 1782 they were the parents of Unice Ransom she was born about 1792 in Lawshall Suffolk.Unice married John Hurrell in Lawshall in 1815.
red mail John Ransom
Looking for information on John Ransom. Born 11th May 1791 at Lawshall, suffolk in UK. Parents were William Ransom Jnr and Susan Bacon.
DEATH family
Interested in any DEATH families Lawshall, Alpheton, Lavenham & Long Melford.
red mail Green Family
Would be v. interested in hearing from anyone descended from Joseph Green and Sarah Hurrell married Lawshall 1818. Sarah was born in Lawshall - Joseph was prob. born in Birdbrook. Green's lived in Lawshall till early 1900's then on to Whepstead andvarious other places.


 
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