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red mail Sharman Family
Is anyone connected to the family of William SHARMAN, a Thatcher in Fingringhoe 1881 to 1901 - Living at Hyde Park Corner, Fingringhoe. William was married to Eliza, born Wivenhoe
Posted: 2003, Contact email reconfirmed: 2018
red mail Herbert Ledger Hall
Local farmer (1901 census says Haze farm, which I suspect to be Hay Farm). First marriage to Jane Louisa JARRETT (aka Louisa) gave 9 children. I'm looking for details of Frank HALL (final child allegedly by first wife but dodgy dates!) born about 1899 and details of Herbert's second marriage in 1903 (name uncertain) and 2 further children Katheleen HALL (abt 1904) and Arthur HALL (abt 1905). Kathleen died in 1985 and Arthur within the last 5 years. Thanks!
red mail Buck Suffolk
I too am trying to trace my relatives from the Suffolk area around Fingringhoe and Wortham. The Family seems to be very very large and would love to hear from anyone who has any information. Regards Marc
red mail Collisons of Fingringhoe
I would like to hear from anyone researching The Collison family that lived in East Donyland and Fingringhoe area from approx. 1750 - 1950.
red mail Buck family
My great grandparents Albert and Mary Buck (nee Green) lived in Fingringhoe in 1901, and they actually brought 12 children into the world, most born at Fingringhoe. Albert was a blacksmith and his 12 children were called George, Percy, Bertie, Claude, Clifford, David, Edward, Reginald, Ernest, Freddie, Ethel(my grandmother) and Victor. Thats a lot of Bucks to chase! My grandmother Ethel worked as a servant at nearby Donyland Hall.
red mail Felgate
Is anyone connected with the family of FELGATE. I would love to hear from you.

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