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red mail Francis King
I am looking for a Francis King living in Theberton in Gypsy Cottages. They lived there in 1901. His wife was Rachael Wright. They had been in Bombay India before coming back to live in the cottages with their 5 children. Did Francis have siblings living in the same area? Francis was born in Theberton, Leiston in 1844.
red mail Theberton
I am researching my family tree, it appears that several ABLETT's came from the area in the 19th Century, does anyone have any information? Thanks
red mail Edith Sarah Youngs
Edith Sarah Youngs born 1867 Theberton died 1928 Argyllshire Scotland was my maternal great great grandmother married twice both times to gamekeepers parents Frederick Youngs and Emily Lyon. Anyone out there researching same?
red mail Marjoram
I am searching for relatives of my Marjoram family ancestors who lived in East Bridge in the parish of Theberton, certainly in the 19th and 20th centuries, and maybe earlier. Some of the Christian names are Richard, Robert, Jane, Harriet, Jessica, Aaron. It is also spelt Marjorum some times.
/Burley/ Shepherd/ SheppardBarber
John Burley(Leiston and Theberton) married Elizabeth Catchpole(born Aldringham) in 1818c in Theberton. Children included David, William,(who farmed The Grange at Theberton) Mary ann, Lydia, (born 1826(who died aged 11) Elizabeth, and Emily born 1820 who married Henry Shepherd in 1843 (parents James Shepherd and Mary nee Barber). Henry was then a widow being previously married(1841) to Charlotte Wyatt who died in 1842) Do you have any of these in your tree? Am particularly wanting to know who the parents of Mary Barber born about 1795 might be. Many Thanks.
red mail baker/bickers
i am researching my family tree, my grandparents came from theberton/sipton. they were Sidney baker he married Daisy bickers. sid had two sisters Gladys and ethel, Daisy and sid had 9 children my mother Jeane is the second eldest. any info would be a great help.
red mail Canham from Suffolk
I am trying to trace the family of Alfred Canham born abt 1824 father William mother Mary Anne. Alfred emigrated to Australia in 1852. Shipping records say farm labourer, Church of England illiterate. Maree
red mail Maxwell/George Hill - Theberton
Can anyone help solve the mystery. With an easy name of Hill you would think it easy to trace. George Hill born Theberton 1844 married to a Frances J Born Norwich, Norfolk 1846 - Children Robert John, Rosa A, Elizabeth M, Herbert, Sabina, Frederick M can only be found on the London Census from 1871, suddenly George changes name to Maxwell Hill ??? a Maxwell Hill can be found born in Theberton 1844 - son of Robert born Swaffham 1815 and Maria B Theberton 1820 any help to unravel the mystery or further information - greatly received Thank you
Samuel Canham
Looking for relatives of Samuel Canham married Lydia Rackham 1777 at Leiston. Lived in Theberton. Son Augustus,Daniel.
red mail Newstead Barker
My ggmother Mary Ann Newstead, d of John Newstead (b1830) and Sarah Ann Barker (b1828). She married a Mr Smith, possibly a soldier, and later at Lowestoft another soldier Adam Birnie (b1857).
BAILEY, KEMP, ALMOND in Theberton, Suffolk
THOMAS BAILEY born c1694 married 1st wife JANE KEMP 2-10-1722 Theberton, Suffolk. Seeking parents and bapt of THOMAS BAILEY and parents, birth/bapt and burial of JANE KEMP. Thomas and Jane had four children, all born/bapt Theberton: Thomas bapt 1722, Jane bapt 1725 (died 1744 Theberton), Ann bapt 1728 and William bapt 1733. THOMAS BAILEY then married SUSAN ALMOND 19-10-1733 Theberton and had seven children (not quite sure in which order they were born): Thomas, Susan, John, Robert born c1751 Theberton, Mary, and Jane born c1754 Theberton. Seeking parents, birth/bapt and burial of SUSAN ALMOND and any additional information on all of Thomas Bailey's children.
BAILEY, EADE in Theberton and Leiston, Suffolk
THOMAS BAILEY married RACHEL EADE 21-10-1813 Bramfield, Suffolk, and had five sons: Thomas bapt 12-3-1815 Leiston, Herbert bapt 2-6-1816 Leiston, Henry bapt 13-12-1818 Theberton (buried 27-1-1830 Theberton), Charles bapt 30-7-1820 Theberton and George bapt 6-5-1823 Theberton. Seeking any additional information on HERBERT BAILEY and CHARLES BAILEY.
Wilson in Theberton
Looking for anything on Elizabeth Wilson born about 1759, married John Burley(of Leiston) in Theberton 2nd. May 1784. Died Theberton May 1799. Is she in your tree? If so please get in touch. Marie
red mail Theberton Suffolk
I have been researching my family tree and have got as far back as 1785. I would love any information on the family name of Kerridge who it appears originated from this Village. My Great Great Great Grandfather George c 1785 was married there to Fanny Warren in 1808. His son Maurice married Louisa Deardon in 1846 in Marylebone London. Charles who was one of their sons married Jane Charlotte Richardson on January 1882 in Islington. His son Philip Joseph Henry Kerridge(my grandfather) married Margaret Esther White 3rd Aug 1919. I would be grateful if anyone has any information regarding this people to contact me.
Button
George Button, Bapt 2nd August 1829 at Westleton, living Charity Farm at time of 1841 census. Sailor - Ticket 311129 issued at Great Yarmouth in 1846 states that he was born Westleton 2nd Aug 1829, and was ticketed when aged 16 description includes he had mark GB on his left hand, was 5' 4" and had grey eyes. Does anyone reognise him?
Theodore Le Gay Burley
Looking for Theodore Le Gay Burley, born Theberton 1870. son of William Burley(farmer) and Martha Le Gay Brereton. Theo was a sub-editor in Norwich in 1901. His brother Leo went to USA and his sister, Evelyn died age 11 .What happened to sisters, Millicent(teacher) Mary(nurse) and Wilelmina? Does anyone have them in their family tree? Marie
Emily is found.
Emily, my long lost sheep , from Theberton is found! Grateful thanks to Elaine for finding Henry Sheppard initially. Without her message on curious fox I would never have found my Sheppards and Feveryears, Rouses and their forbears. Finding Emily is the icing on the cake!Marie
Button, Ellis, Smith
James Button b 26 Mar 1792, Westleton married at Thorington Hannah ELLIS b 25 Oct 1792, Bramfield. The couple had eleven children baptised at Westleton. Maria 1816, John 1817, William 1819, James 1821, Charlotte 1822, Mary Ann 1824, Hannah 1827, George 1829, Jonathon 1832, Maria 1835, Samuel 1837. William was arrested and spent time in Beccles prison in 1829 and was arrested on a 2nd offence of stealing in 1837 and sentenced to transportation. He arrived in Tasmania 1st April 1838 and died 1st May 1838. Hannah remarried 6 Nov 1840 to Dudley SMITH and lived Middleton cum Fordley. She died 1871. William was a sailor and married at Willunga in South Australia in 1850. Have contact with descendants of John lived Theberton), James (lived Theberton), Hannah (Fuller)(live Lowestoft) and Jonathon (Lowestoft). Seeking information on the other children and also on the fate of Jonathon's wife, Jane Hannah CRISP and their family. Three of his daughters were working in London in the 1881 census - his son, John Samuel b 1870, remained in Lowestoft and have contacted his descendants. Jonathon and George were both sailors.
Emily from Theberton.
Does anybody have an Emily born Theberton in 1820 in their family tree. Have you lost her? If so she just might be mine. She married Henry Sheppard(born Leiston in 1819) and she went on to have three children. Her husband, Henry was a brass moulder in the army. Who was Emily? Does anyone out there know.
red mail Smith, Sewell, Lucas
Hi, I'm looking for any info re my paternal great-great grandparents, Samuel Smith (1813-1870) of " The Farm ", Theberton and Emma Sewell ( 1811-1885 .) Their third child was Mrs. Joseph Lucas, ( b.24.5.1844, ?Annie Mary Smith ), who was a well-known Temperance lecturer in UK in 1880s. She moved to Sunderland in about 1877 after marriage. Samuel Smith and Emma Smith nee Sewell had children as follows: Alfred Smith ( 1837-1876) who married Martha Rose Daking on 31 July, 1865 at St. Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk( my GGparents):Emma Smith; Annie Mary Smith; Elizabeth Smith; Lydia Anne Smith; Priscilla Harris Smith;and Mary Linda Smith. Alfred and Martha Rose Smith had children: Alfred Edwin Daking Smith; Annie Helen Daking Smith; George Owen Martin Smith ( b.1869 Leiston. Suffolk-d.1947 Newcastle, Australia-- my Grandfather); Frederick William Smith, Edith Mary Smith, Gertrude Maud Smith, Samuel Gladstone Smith and Arthur Charles Robert Smith. Anyone know anything of these people? Thank you.
red mail Frederick Walter Bird
Frederick Walter Bird was born in Theberton 3 September 1875 and died 27 January 1947 at the Angel Inn Debenham. His death was registered by his wife, one M.A.M. Bird. He was a licenced victualler by trade and his grandfather was Daniel Rouse Canham (1804). His parents were Sarah (Canham) and Charles Bird - all of Theberton. Any info to help trace descendants would be welcome. He had brothers Herbert (1877), Henry (1879), Arthur (1880) and Ernest (1883) about who I would like some information also.
red mail Alfred William Bird
Born at Theberton 4 April 1869, son of Charles & Sarah (Canham) Bird (married 4 July 1864). Alfred died 8 February 1943 in Plymouth but had been on contact with his sister, Charlotte Maria (Bird) Shelford (my grandmother) who lived at Swilly Lodge, Plymouth from c. 1911 till 1941. His son, Ernest Walter Bird, died 4 September 1972. Alfred's other siblings included Alice Jane Bird who married an L Bacon; Edith Mary Bird, who married William Charles Parnell, and Frederick Walter Bird. There were others. Alfred's grandfather was Daniel Rouse Canham. Any information on these relations very welcome indeed!
red mail Lavina Lumkin
Looking for information on Lavina Lumkin born about 1833 in Theberton, Suffolk the daughter of John and Susan Lumkin. John Lumkin's occupation in 1850 was Gamekeeper and his residence was Castle Combe, Wiltshire. Lavina is my great grandmother who married William John Pullin of Castle Combe, Wilts on the 9 October 1859 in Shoreditch, London. Their daughter Ada Eliza Pullin is my maternal grandmother.
red mail Stannard
George and Caroline Stannard lived in Theberton with their four children William, Samuel, Edward and Emily. In 1901 census they live at Potters Corner Theberton. George, William and Samuel worked at the Ironworks.Any information on Edward or Emily would be helpful. William married Eliza Goodwin from Aldringham. William and Eliza were my maternal grandparents. William was killed at Gallipoli in 1915 aged 30. He was serving with 1st Battalion Essex regiment.
Thebarton Halll
Colonel William Jones circa 1820? wanted any information about this gentlemen and his family and time at the halll
red mail Looking for ROUSE or CANHAM
After any infor on the CANHAMS, mainly Theberton, but also surrounding area. Also wanted, info on Esther ROUSE, who married Samuel CANHAM in 1800, or any ROUSE's from the area.
red mail Baldry Family
Any info on Baldrys and the village
Canham
Any links with Canham, Smith or Baldry welcome.
Theberton In Suffolk And Thebarton In South Australia
Theberton in Suffolk eand Thebarton in South Australia should be sister towns. Not to be confused with The Barton in Wiltshire. Thebarton in South Australia is a small and historically important suburb in South Australia associated with Colonel William LIGHT who surveyed the city of Adelaide South Australia before it was settled in 1836. Residents in Theberton Suffolk might be surprised to find how important Colonel William LIGHT is to the people of Adelaide William Light was the son of Martinha Rozells and Captain Francis Light, founder and governor of Penang. He was born in Kuala Kedah, Malaya on 27 April 1786 and baptised on 31 December of that year. For much of the time William was looked after by his sister Sarah who was seven years his senior. At the age of six, young William was sent to Theberton in England to be educated. When only fourteen years old he joined the navy. At twenty-two he served with the Dragoons in Spain and Portugal and in 1811 was appointed Lieutenant. A yearlater, during the battle of Badajos, he was attached to General Graham, later Lord Lynedoch.


 
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