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red mail Salter family
I am researching the Salter family of Stradbroke. Matthew Salter was a cordwainer. He was born in 1702 & died in 1775. He married Mary ?. He outlived all his children. I have traced this line back from London.
red mail Keable/Keeble/Cable
Has anyone information on Virtue Keable living in Stradbroke married to John or James Keable? She was born in 1773 or 1781 in Thrandeston or Brandeston (Suffolk)and died in 1860.
Newman in Stradbroke
I am looking for info on Edward Newman born circa 1800, And his son John Newman born circa 1845. John moved to London and was living with his married sister and unmarried brother in 1861. Edward was a shoemaker and I believe he married twice. He died in 1883 at the Union Workhouse in Eye. Does anyone know if the workhouse records are available?
red mail Matthias and Mary Dale Green
Looking for info regarding Matthias and Mary Dale Green. My great grandmother, their daughter, Mahala Ann, b. Stradbroke 1846. Any info regarding this family would be so greatly appreciated. Thank You Nancy
red mail Ballard
Looking for marriage of Thomas Ballard to Margaret c.1650. Children all baptised in Stradbroke.
red mail Mills
Jane Mills m John Ballard 1750 in Worlingworth. Was she Jane of Benjamin and Jane b.1726? If so was Benjamin from Letheringham and brought up by Naunton family prior to being sent to Stradbroke as apprentice at age 10. The 'spanner in the works' is a Jane Mills with one child (no details), who had a vagrants pass from Cheshire in 1726. She was the widow of Robert Mills, a soldier, from Wingfield. Tried to settle in Stradbroke but was removed to Wingfield. Does anyone have info. on this Jane and her child? (She was caught begging in Cheshire, but spared the whip due to her disposition!)
red mail Ives, Bridges, Newson, Folkard, Pulham
I am searching for information regarding James Ives and his wife Rachel Bridges, and their children Rachel (married a William Bridges), Hannah (married a Benjamin Newson) Sophia (married a Mutimer), Susanna (married Jonathan Folkard, and James (married an Elizabeth Pulham). The family had connections with Weybread, Worlingworth and Stradbroke, but I still don't know where they originated.
red mail Folkards of Stradbroke
I would like to share information with anyone researching the Folkard family of Stradbroke. They had links to Laxfield, as well.
red mail PENDAL
Looking for connections to Arthur Pendal b1860 Stradbroke. Son of Edward Pendal and Eliza Stack (Marr 1840 in Hoxne.) Arthur married Rosa Jane Wiltshire in 1880 in Wandsworth London.
red mail Frost Davy Scoggins
Giles Davy born 1845 in Mendham Suffolk. Son of George and Lucy Davy nee Frost. Married Caroline Scoggins in 1875. 1891& 1901 living Church Street, Stradbroke, Suffolk. Children: Laura Davy 1876, Wm.George Davy 1877, Florence Davy 1878, Maud Davy 1879, Wilfred Davy 1880, Roland Davy 1883, Mabel Davy 1888-1892 and Mildred Davy 1894. Looking for any descendants.
red mail Boast, Hurren
Names: Boast, Hurren
red mail Betham - a herald
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Betham Sir William Betham born at Stradbrooke, Suffolk, 22nd May 1779, died 26th Oct 1853. An English Antiquary, Ulster King of Arms at the College of Heralds. His works include, "Irish Antiquarian Researches" (1827) "Origin and History of the Constitution of England and of the Early Parliaments of Ireland" (1834)
Chalker
Horace Chalker - Born: 1829 to Martha Cubitt Chalker. Father thought to be one of 22 children. Slight possibility of Marth's link to the 1st Earl of Stradbroke. Any information please


 
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