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red mail Hogger
I would like to know the names of my grandfather's ( Harry Hogger) first wife. She died about 1898 in Shimpling or Stanstead
red mail Sparke
John Sparke b. about 1783; d. 1867; m. Mary _____; son of Robert Sarah? Any information on this family appreciated.
red mail George Craske / Susan Mortlock
Seeking info about the parents or children of George Craske and Susan Mortlock (Married 30 July 1821) in Shimpling. There children were William, Mary Ann, Eliza, James, Thomas, Ellen, Sarah, Susan, Ann, Jane and Maria Craske
red mail Shimpling Parish Registers 1750-1900
I have transcribed the Parish Registers for St George's Shimpling, Suffolk and am willing to look up anything from them. Dates transcribed are 1750-1900 and are Baptism, Marriage and Burials.
red mail spite spight
spite or spight born 1786 and before
red mail John Rampling m. Sarah Wright 1779
The Wrights were long established in Shimpling but John seems to have been the first Rampling. In 1791 another one (Robert) m. Hannah Raisin or Raison. In 1818 yet another (George) m. Mary Hunt and I have not found a record of his birth in Shimpling. So, where did all these Ramplin(g)s come from?
red mail shrimplins from shimpling
awarded the village called simplinga in roman times the family (13 different spellings) was in the domesday book many still in england one was in Baltimore Co. in 1757 in Bedford Co. till 1797 (died there) and then some in Virginia (W.VA.), Ohio, some to Kansas in 1858 till present.


 
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