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red mail AVES, Elizabeth b Dullingham, Camb 1745
Looking for further details of family etc of Elizabeth AVES , believe she b 1745c Dullingham dau of John AVES and Susan CHALICE Married Samuel JAGGARD, Dullingham 1767. Any details of this family ?
red mail CLEMENTS, Charles - birth surname BYE
I've recently been told that my great grandfather Charles CLEMENTS, born about 1832, on applying for his five-shillings-a-week state pension had to obtain a Birth Certificate to prove his age. It is said that he then discovered he was a foundling, and that his surname at birth was in actually BYE. I suppose one or both of his adoptive "parents" may have still been alive, and gave him the information that enabled him to obtain his Birth Certificate. If anyone has any information linking BYE's with CLEMENTS, presumably in the Dullingham area, please get in touch!
red mail pearman
i am looking for any information on the pearman family from cross green dullingham and surounding villages
red mail MORLEY George 1649-1717
Seeking the marriage of George Morley from Balsham who with his apparently much younger wife Sarah baptised 4 children here between 1696 and 1701. Anyone come across it?
My great greatgrandfather was George SYMONDS born in Dullingham in 1842. His parents were Thomas and Susan, sibs Emma, Robert,William, Mary, Ann and Harriet.
red mail Moore
I require details of the Moore family, from 1800 onwards.they were publicans, farmers, millers & butchers.
red mail Symonds
Symonds family in Dullingham, any info appreciated. Thos Symonds is my GGG grandfather

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