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red mail Withers, James Reynolds, poet
I am planning on writing a dissertation on James Withers and his poetry. I would be glad of any information on him, his work, of the village of Fordham in the time he lived there. He was born 1812 and died there 1892.
red mail Turner
I am looking for details of Frederick Turner (married to Caroline?)born 1853, who migrated to Lancashire in the 1870s.
red mail Cambridgeshire, Fordham
Looking for any information on the Hills family who lived in Fordham during the early 1800s. His name was George Hills and was married to Elizabeth Aylard. There were four children, Ann- 2/6/1821, John Hills, April 2, 1823, George Hills, Sept 12 1824, and Mary Hills, August 14, 1826. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Harvey /Brown
William Harvey m Mary Brown 03-04-1769 in Fordham Cambridge shire. Their daughter Elizabeth m Joseph Shuker aft 09-08-1797. Any info gratefully received.
red mail Harvey of Fordham
any information of ancestors or descendants of Richard Harvey b abt 1773 married Ann ??, d Fordham June 1846. Five children Edward, Esther, Frances, Thomas and Kitty. I am descended thru Edward
red mail Greyhound Inn and the Turner family.
Looking for any information on the Turner family who kept the Greyhound Inn, Market Street/Station Road at the end of the 1800s especially Robert (Publican) and daughter Rebecca (Lilian). Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Parsonage Of Fordham 1588
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 3 Page 327 No 672 Thomas Hemingway and Anthony Bartlett, Yeomen of the Queenís Confectionary to the Queen. May 1588 Two petitions referring to leases in reversion of the parsonage of Fordham, Cambridge, andof the mansion house of the parsonage of Bradborne co Derby

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