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red mail William JACOB of Horseheath
Seeking info on forebears of William Jacob Esq of Horseheath and his wife Anne (nee Higham). William and Anne were the progenitors of the Jacob families of Bromley, Horseheath, and Gamlingay, many of whom then moved to Co. Wexford and Dublin. This William Jacob d. c. 1532. His son, Richard, married Winifred CHAMBERS of Royston. Seeking ancestors in order to assist proving connection with other currently unconnected Jacob lines (in Wiltshire and Hampshire).
red mail Kettle family - Church farm
John and Charlotte farmed here and raised family from 1840's looking for anyone researching Kettle's from Rutland Smiths from Hundon or Kedington Suffolk.
red mail George Ashman
Looking for anybody else intersted in George Ashman and his family. Only his 2 older children were born in Horseheath, the younger ones were born in Cowlinge.
red mail Pettit of Horseheath, Cambridge
Maud Pettite born appr. 1522 married Lewis Flack, they lived in Horseheath, Cambridgeshire and had two children John Flack 1545 and Audrey Flack 1547. These two ancesters are at the top of my tree. Do they match with anyones family tree.
red mail Woodley Family
John Woodley was born 1805 in Horseheath, Cambs. I would appreciate any information about John's predecessors and siblings. Thank you. Barry
red mail bowers Horseheath, wicken
I am looking for info on Bowers who lived in Horseheath in 1800,s. Also Salmon, Pettit, Dyson. Some are connected to The Camps, Wicken and Burwell. The Bowers name changes going further back, Boar, Bore.

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