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red mail Dickersons in Occold
Starts with Daniel Dickerson marrying Pleasance Mayes in Occold in 1741 and subsequent children baptised there. Does anyone know anything about either family during that time? Thanks.
red mail Wilding of Occold
I am looking for any information on George Wilding born 1801 of Occold. He married Eliza Allum abt 1821 and had children of Harriett, Mary Anne, Emma, George, Ann, David, Dennis and Alice. He died in 1846 aged 45 years. I have drawn a complete blank on being able to trace my Wilding ancestors further back and any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail aggus
in 1851 john was 70 ag lab born occold igi says bpt 20 aug 1780 at occold sfk parents john/ann looking for proof and ann? john jnr had son john who married elizabeth nurse in mildenhall
red mail Reynolds in Occold
Looking for any information of the Reynolds family of Occold and their local descendents.
red mail Pulham family of Occold
I am looking for information regarding an Elizabeth Pulham, born in Occold about 1791 and married in Stradbroke in 1810 to James Ives of Worlingworth. Any help would be appreciated.
cook or hammond with EB?
I am looking for the family of my grandfather Thomas William Cook, son of James Cook and Sarah nee Hammond. As a family we have a genetic skin disorder called epidermolisys bullosa simplex which causes blistering mainly of the feet and hands. They lived in Occold and later moved to Debenham.
red mail MOSS family Occold
Looking for any information on John MOSS and his family of Occold - He was born around 1795 and married in the parish of Barham
looking for anything or anyone relating to the name PERRY from either Occold or Debenham in Suffolk.

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