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red mail Isaac Leggett, b 1825, Wickham Market
Looking for a proven descendant of Isaac Leggett, born 1825. I have a set of three Cartes de Visite which I would like to be able to get back to the family. The first is of Isaac Leggett and bears a detailed inscription to his son, Frank. The second is of his wife's, Sarah Ann Campbell, headstone. The third is of Hannah Leggett of Hanwell, Middlesex. Despite the mention of Hanwell, I believe that the Isaac Leggett pictured was born in 1825 in Wickham Market.
frederick rosier from wickham skeith
looking for any help on rosier from wickham skieth he worked on manor farm in 1920-1946 in framlingham coles green he was married to my great auntie angelina.
red mail Sawyer -Skinner- -Boysen Family
Emma Sawyer who married Thomas Skinner was my great great grandmother she had four girls that i know of Emily, Fanny, Edith & Lillian . Fanny skinner(my great grandmother) b.1878 Wickham Market Suffolf England married Peter Johannes Boysen and had 4 children Ellen Catherina Boysen(b 1902 Greenwich, London.d 1903 Poplor London)Thomas Lorenz Boysen (b.1904 Poplar London, d.1904 Slepney, London.Ellen Marie Boysen b.17 June 1906 d. Echuca, Victoria Australia & Charles Boysen (my grandfather)b. 9 March 1908 England, d.15 April 1983 Rochester, Victoria Australia . Fanny (Skinner)Boysen & Peter Johannes Boysen left England for Australia about 1911 they had 5 children .I am researching my family tree and are happy to share any information i have,I'm looking for information on Emma sawyers family & family members or any descendant.
red mail Howe
Any information on Howe's, from 1835
red mail Curtis
Seeking Sarah Curtis and family born Wickham Market 1800+/-
John Howe
I am trying to trace the family of John Howe, born 1835 in Wickham Market. He was married to a Sarah Leech born 1835 of Colchester. I have information for family members after 1835 but I would like to go back, I know his father was a Robert Howe born 1805 ish maybe from Eye Suffolk.
red mail Sherwood - Wickham Market
Three generations of Sherwoods lived in Wickham Market between 1800 and 1901. All appear to have been butchers. John Sherwood (b.1845) left Wickham Market for the South African goldfields around 1875 and died in that country in 1904. His brothers remained in W.M. and Ufford.
red mail Schreiber - Wickham Market
William Schreiber lived in Wickham Market between 1795 and 1800. What was he doing there and where was his home? He was the biggest ratepayer in the town.
red mail Harvey Family tree
I am looking for information on my family name Harvey. My grandfathr Ernest was born in Wickham Market in July 1915. His mother and fathers names were Fredrick and Violet. Fredrick and Violet are both buried in Wickham Market but not sure about Ernest and his brothers and sisters. Please contact me if you have any information
red mail Elijah George Cook
Elijah was born in the Union Workhouse in 1868, to Amelia Cook. Any info about them or the Workhouse records would be much appreciated
red mail Legget Suffolk
looking for information on a Emma Leggett b c1824 in wickham market? she married a Stephen Treadwell in Lambeth c1851
red mail Ely, Eley
John Ely born 1800 Wickham Market married Mary Pyett of Little Stonham. Looking for his parents, James and Ann Ely.
red mail Newson's of Suffolk
Newson's Of Framlingham, Blaxhall, and Ipswich (May 05) Looking for information on the following: 1. Matthew NEWSON was born 7 SEP 1766 in ,, SFK. He was the son of 2. Thomas NEWSON and 3. Sarah GOSLING. He married Ann CARTER 4 DEC 1792 in St George, Hanover, London, daughter of Cremer CARTER. She was born ABT 1776. 2. Thomas NEWSON was born 6 MAY 1734. He was the son of 4. Matthew NEWSON and 5. Ann CRISP. 3. Sarah GOSLING was born ABT 1735. Children of Sarah GOSLING and Thomas NEWSON are: i. Thomas NEWSON was born 18 JUL 1762 in Framlingham,, SFK. ii. James NEWSON was born 30 SEP 1764 in Framlingham,, SFK. 1.iii. Matthew NEWSON was born 7 SEP 1766 in ,, SFK. He married Ann CARTER 4 DEC 1792 in St George, Hanover, London, daughter of Cremer CARTER. She was born ABT 1776. 4. Matthew NEWSON was born 15 MAR 1698/1699. He was the son of 8. John NEWSON and 9. Bridget BROWN. 5. Ann CRISP was born ABT 1701. Children of Ann CRISP and Matthew NEWSON are: i. Samuel NEWSON was born 25 SEP 1728. ii. Ann NEWSON was born 1 SEP 1729. iii. Matthew NEWSON was born 11 OCT 1731. He married Elizabeth STAFFORD 9 JUL 1763. She was born ABT 1732. iv. Mary NEWSON was born 31 DEC 1740. v. Francis NEWSON was born 31 DEC 1737. He married Margaret MERRETT 11 OCT 1768. She was born ABT 1738. 2.vi. Thomas NEWSON was born 6 MAY 1734. He married Sarah GOSLING 12 OCT 1761 in Wickham Market,, SFK. She was born ABT 1735.
red mail Whimper and Barber
Requesting research details of these two families they are not related but were in this area from 1700's onward.
Grout family
Searching for Grouts and Becks of Wickham Market, particularly Lilian Marie, who went to Argentina after having 3 baseborn children. Beck possibly father of one of them.
red mail Skinner Family
Thomas Skinner and Emma had four girls;Emily,Fanny,Edith and Lillian. Thomas came from Hacheston and Emma Sawyer from Shottisham, they moved to London about 1882.
Castell Family Tree
I have details of the Castell family Tree who were in Wickham Market in the 18th century the tree goes back as far as 1220 Nicholas castell lord of the manor at Horningtoft
Bullock Family Of Wickham Market
Researching the Bullock family of Wickham Market and Redgrave 18th and 19th century, Henry Bullock and Edward Bullock.


 
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