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red mail Salter family
Contact wanted with any Salter researchers in Worlingworth & Stradbroke. Any date.
red mail Wyborn
Looking for information related to william wyborn born 1840 he married sarah goddard
red mail Worlingworth Local & Family History
Anyone with ancestral connections to the parish of Worlingworth is welcome to contact us. We have regular access to parish records and an expanding archive of historical material, mainly concerning the period 1770-1900. If anyone has photographs of old Worlingworth or of people who lived there, we would be delighted to hear from you. And do visit our Worlingworth Local History Group website.
red mail William Goddard
Any information please on my maternal great-grandfather, born c. 1848 in Worlingworth. He later moved to Beddington in Surrey and is listed on the 1901 census as being a lamplighter. He married Louisa (nee Burleigh), who was born in Croydon c. 1859 and they had the following children: Sidney, Ethel, Alice, Edith, John and William.
RAY & SPURLING, Worlingworth
Hi there, does anyone have any info on the Ray or Spurling family? The furthest back I can go is that Samuel Ray (1790-1835) married Phillis Spurling (1791-1862). Thanks
red mail Clarke/Spurling
James Clarke of Worlingworth (1819-1909) married Mary Spurling (c1821-1899) in 1841. I have no information on their parents or siblings. I have been trying to establish a link between James and Edwin Cooper Clarke (whose mother was Alicia) but as yet have been unsuccessful. Any information on either of these families would be gratefully received.
red mail Ray, Neech, Smith, Reynolds
I am a descendant of a Ray Family of Worlingworth, Suffolk. To the extent I am aware, this ancestry begins with Samuel Ray (b 1678) of Worlingworth who married Lydia Neech (b 1680) of Worlingworth. Their children were: William (b 1705), Samuel (b 1706), Thomas (b 1707) and Lydia (b 1709) William married Rebecca Smith and had the following children: Rebecca (b 1731), Samuel (b 1733), William (b 1734), Rebecca (b 1736), Lydia (b 1738), Anne (b 1740), Sussanah (b 1742), Catherine (b 1744), James (b 1745), Mary Ann (b 1746), John (b 1747), Charles (b 1749), Elizabeth (b 1750), Peter (b 1752). James married Anne Reynolds and the family moved to Clare, Suffolk. These are my 5 x great grandparents. I would be grateful for any information.
red mail WORLINGWORTH HALL
My Spurling ancestors lived at Worlingworth Hall in the early - mid 1800s. Would love to find a photo of the Hall as I can't find one anywhere on the Internet.
red mail Spurling; Selsby; Ray; Freuer
William Spurling married Phyllis Selsby. Lived & died at Worlingworth, both buried at St. Mary's church. Son William Spurling married Rebecca Spurling (this is her correct maiden name) at Burston, NFK. She was a daughter of a William Spurling of Burston Hall and Mary (possibly Alden, or Olden, or similar). Wlm & Rebecca raised their children at Worlingworth where several died & are buried at St. Mary's church. In 1853 the remaining children and their parents emigrated aboard "Northumbria" to Port Phillip (Melbourne), Australia where they settled at Hawthorn at some stage & are buried at Boroondara Cemetery, Kew along with spinster daughter Ellen Spurling. Rebecca lived to be 104 y.o. Wlm & Rebecca's son William had emigrated to Australia around 1849/50 with his cousin (from NFK) Leonard Palmer & they had settled at country town Kilmore, Victoria. I descend from Wlm & Rebecca's son Selby Jeremiah who married in Western Australia and had a son named Ray Freuer (sometimes spelled Frewer) Spurling. Selby J. Spurling (my great grandfather) must have remembered his relatives' names (surnames Ray and Freuer) from his childhood in Worlingworth.
SAMUEL BRIDGES b.WORLINGWORTH
I'm looking for info. on any of the Bridges family my Gt Grandfather Edward was living with his granfather Samuel in the 1851 census. His father had died by the time he was married, to an Emma Crick in 1853. They had two chidren Edward Harry b.1854 and Lyon Nelson b.1872
red mail Bridges, Ives, 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 John Mayhew
I am trying to find my grandfather, John Mayhew, he was born in Worlingworth on 24th December 1885. Perhaps he moved out of Suffolk into a neighbouring County. His parents were Walter and Kate (nee Baldry). Grandparents were Charles and Eliza (Flatt). If anybody knows where he died could they please let me know.
red mail Hannah Chapman
Born circa 1794 and died 1877 in Stradbroke. Any knowledge of her parents would be appreciated.
red mail GRAY FAMILY
I AM TRYING TO FIND RELATIVES TO A LOUISA GRAY BORN 1824 IN WORLINGWORTH SUFFOLK, SHE HAD A DAUGHTER ALSO CALLED LOUISA GRAY BORN 1859 IN WORLINGWORTH. THEY BOTH WORKED FOR THE WRIGHT FAMILY IN BEDFIELD IN 1871.
red mail Worlingworth
Any info on Stephen Larter, born Old Ivy Cottage, Worlingworth circa 1895
red mail Mayhew, Smith Baldry, Durrant
Names: Mayhew, Smith, Baldry, Durrant
Gyford Or Guyfer - Worlingworth, Suffolk
Connected with the GYFORD or GUYFER surnames from the late 1700's to the early 1800's.


 
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