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PIPER - Long Melford, Suffolk
Thomas H PIPER 1851-1918 Long Melford, married Sarah Ann SORE born 1854 Lavenham Suffolk, died Feb 11, 1880 - Married 1874 Sudbury County Essex. Children: Sarah Ann PIPER (Known as Annie) born 1872, married Albert (Bert) HENSBY 4 March 1897 Croydon, County Surrey; Martha PIPER born 15 Nov 1874 married Sydney Charles HOWARD in 1904 Sudbury Essex, Suffolk. Thomas PIPER born 16 Oct 1876, died 30 Nov 1943 Long Melford - married Laura SANSUM 30 Aug 1919 Long Melford. Harry PIPER born 15 Oct 1878 Long Melford died 12 June 1958, married Mary Eliza QUINN on 20 Dec 1923.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Park Farm
Can anyone help with information about the Laflin family,such as how long they were at this farm? Thank you.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2021
red mail blunden
Can anyone add to the following imfo'? Edmund Blunden WW1 poet buried in l. MELFORD CHURCH YARD ( WE CLEANED HIS FLAT STONE ) ALSO ,I'M TOLD A BLUNDEN IS BURIED INSIDE THE GATE ,OFF THE MAIN STREET. WHO WAS HE ? VAST INDEX TO SHARE WITH GENUINE RESEARCHERS FOTO'S OF EDMUND'S MILL HOUSE AND PLAQUE CONTACT donald
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2019
red mail CRISSELL/CHRYSEL/CRISWELL ETC! and HILLS
Looking for any information on the Crissell/ Chrysal (various spellings) family from LONG MELFORD. Have information sent to me by one very kind lady, but we were both unsure of one link. Can anyone confirm/ refute the parents of John Chrysall/ Crissell born about 1723. We think they are John Chrysall/ Crissell born about 1704 in LONG MELFORD, and ELIZABETH HILLS. These two married in 1722 so dates fit, but any confirmation would be great! Also looking for ELIZABETH HILLS birthplace and ancestors.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail SIMSON family of LONG MELFORD
Looking for the ancestors of ELIZABETH SIMSON. She was born in LONG MELFORD in the second half of the 1600s. She married THOMAS CHRYSELL (CRISSELL ETC.) in 1687.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail LIGHTMAN family in LONG MELFORD
Looking for the ancestors of CHRISTIAN LIGHTMAN. She was married to WILLIAM CRESWELL (CRISSELL etc) in 1617, so must have been born 1600 or before.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail William York(e)
I am researching William York(e) who was my 4x Great-Grandfather. His wife was Ann or Hannah and he had several children: Thomas b1783 who died 1784; Sophia b1785, James b1787, Elizabeth b1789, Thomas b1792 (my 3x Great- Grandfather), Abraham b1793 who died in 1825; and Charles b1798. William had the Bull Inn in Long Melford for a while in the 1780s but went bankrupt and died in the Paupers Hospital in 1829, his wife having died there two years earlier. There are also links to the Sudbury area. If anyone is researching this family, or knows where William originated from or who his parents were, please get in touch. Many thanks.
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2019
red mail Sarah Willis
Born about 1821 in Long Melford any information regarding her parents etc. would be appreciated.
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Finch
I am researching the Finch family in Long Melford
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2017
red mail Newman family of Long Melford
Searching for all details of the Newman family of Long Melford - particularly personal details, siblings, parents and ancestors of James Newman, born about 1769. He joined the 7th Regiment of Foot in 1799, aged 30, stating he was born in Melford near the town of Sudbury. He lived in the Kingston upon Thames area of Surrey after his discharge in 1822.. Any leads or details would be greatly appreciated.

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