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red mail Thegn THURSTAN
I am interested to hear from anyone who knows info on THURSTAN, the Thegn who was thought to have lived at THURSTON and generated the name of the town. He was possibly linked with the Frane (Fil Frane) family of Northants, Peterborough, Rockingham.
John Clarke and Elizabeth Makins
I am seeking information about the Makins family. Elizabeth Makins married John Clarke in 1848 at Thurston. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Makins of Lawshall, a bricklayer.
red mail Stiff family
I am researching the stiff family who lived in thurston. any descendants of william stiff born 1793 died 1879. i would be grateful for any help
red mail Catchpole
Hi, I am looking for the birth of Thomas Catchpole, born circa 1762. He married Susan Mulley or Malloy in 1779 in Thurston. Please email me if you think you have a connection. Barbara
red mail clarke/railway cotts
I am looking for any information on the clarke family of thurston.William George born approx 1912 was from a large family Ruby,Phyllis,Gladys were the sisters but I know there were brothers as well. Any info on any of them please.
red mail Barrell
Am researching Barrell in Thurston and Rougham Suffolk. John Barrell Married Mary Harwood 1822. I belive Father could be William Barrell from Beyton but have yet to prove it. Anyone interested please reply.
red mail Boreham Clarke Coe Smith Winn
THOMAS CLARKE - I have family connection with this family and would like to share the information.
Tracing Halls Family
Looking for relatives from Thurston area. Have traced several back to 1780's, any information would be most helpful - know that many of them were farming bailiffs/farmers/ ag labs. Would be prepared to pass on any info I have that would be useful for other interested parties.
red mail Thurston Village
If you look at the parapit of the bridge that crosses the railway line in Thurston you will see a worn indentation. It was caused by the local butcher's daily sharpening of his knives in the 1910 period. I am searching the GAME and AYRE families, andalso the BURROW families from Thurston around 1850 - 1910. Would be pleased to hear from anyone with connections
red mail Boreham Clarke Coe Smith Winn
William James Boreham m. Harriet Clarke abt.1838 at Wetheringsett, raised family in Thurston, emigrated to USA abt 1858. Family ties in Boxted, Great Cornard, Hartest, Bury St. Edmunds. Looking for family of Thomas Clarke, Harriet's father.
Thurston, Suffolk
Searching for information on the BARRELL family in the Thurston area pre-1800


 
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