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Frederick BUCKLEDEE 1827 Whatfield Suffolk
Help please! There were two Frederick Buckledees born in 1827 at Whatfield, Suffolk. Can anyway help with details of what happened to these two?
red mail Steward and Cuthbert
I would be grateful for information on the Steward, (Stuart), family of Whatfield, Suffolk, particularly Isaac Steward who married Mary Cuthbert (b.1766). Their daughter Mary married Thomas Mays at Walton. Their daughter Maria married John Scutcher.
red mail Robert Rowe / Susan Girling
Robert Rowe married Susan Girling in Sibton in 1794. My wife has connections through the Rowe line. We would love to hear from anyone with any information on these families
red mail Vesey - Whatfield
Have Vesey family buried at church in Whatfield. Can share info as required. Marriage link=FORTH. Would love help finding any gravestones /MIs inside. David, Canada
red mail Vince
Loads of them from Whatfield in my family tree. Oldest entry Robert Vince 1736.
John Thomas Cooper
Born February 1855 Married Dinah Cutting
red mail MUMFORD Edward c1675-1749
Edward Mumford married Alice Nunn of Brent Eleigh here in Whatfield in 1705. They moved to Chelsworth where they lived out their lives. I have not found where Edward came from. Can anyone help?
red mail HAMMOND John c1630-?
John Hammond and his wife Mary baptised a single child Mary here in 1663. Other than that I know nothing about them - baptisms, marriage,other children or burials. Would be grateful for any pointers. This child Mary married a Robert White and lived her life out in Semer.


 
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