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red mail Flamstead Village War Memorial
Working with the active encouragement of the Flamstead Society and the Parish Council, in November 2007 I began a project to create a written record of the lives of those men named on the Village War Memorial. Since that time we have identified a further 25 men from the Parish who lost their lives in WW1 but who are not named on the Memorial. I have also been able to find out some information on another 150 men from the Parish who fought in the 1914-18 conflict but survived and came home again. I would be happy to share any information on men serving in the Armed Forces from the Parish during either of the two World Wars (although the information we hold is strongly WW1 biased). I would also welcome additional information that would help us build up a better picture of any of these individuals. Simon
Peacock - 1700s
John Peacock born Flamstead 1792. Parents James P and Dorothy Coules. John had five sisters. The family traces further back to 1709. Has anyone any history of the movements of the Peacocks, the employments, etc.?
red mail SPARY - Flamstead/Markyate
I am researching my maiden name of Spary and have a detailed tree going back to beyond 1777 when John Spary of Boyton, Wilts, was born and came to Flamstead/Markyate around 1800 and started his very large brood! If anyone has any information or would like to ask about my tree, please contact me. Thanks for your interest.
red mail Thomas Miller/s of Flamstead
does anyone have any info on Thomas Miller/s and his family who I believe came from Flamstead? He married Sarah Martin, and they had 2 boys : Harry and William? Any info would be great. Many thanks
red mail Bone family
Straw people. My first is George Bone 1794. Is there anyone also aware that the Bone family resided in Flamstead for several generations. Are there any today? I would be very thankful for any help on my ancestry.
red mail Shepherd
Any information on the Shepherd family in this area would be greatly appreciated.:-D.
Hooker
Is anyone researching the Hooker family of Flamstead? I am looking specifically for William and Elizabeth Hooker and their daughter Mary, who married Thomas Sanders of Cheshunt. Any leads gratefully received Jill
red mail hoar
can anyone help me find out where thomas hoar came from before they settled in flamstead, thomas's wife was called mary. need to find out her surname? thanks in advance
red mail Help Please
I am researching Family History of GREGORY. I know late father in laws (grand)parents were born possibly Flamstead, or close by. I have a George and Emillie(?) Gregory with son William Henry and more children-unknown. I belive they were something to do with hat industry - sewing or similar. Late Father in law recalls walking, as a child, from Luton to "aunts and uncles (Charlie?) at Trowley Bottom". My father in law was born 1909. Any info out there??
red mail Bull In, Markyate St, Flamstead
Michael Grigg of London and Dunstable purchased the lease of the Bull Inn, Markyate St, Flamstead in 1614. In 1679 John Grigg, innholder of Markyate St and wife Susan and Eleanor Grigg of Hadingham, widow of John Grigg, formerly of Flamstead, gentleman, deceased lease to George Briggs of Dunstable property at Cheverell's End, Flamstead. Is there any family connection between the two GRIGG events? Does anyone know more about the Grigg family of Flamstead? Terry

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