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Martha Denck
Looking for info regarding Martha Denck born abt 1742 in Sutton, Cambridge. She married William Boutall in 1757. Does anyone know who her parents were? Thanks, Emma.
red mail MEEKS, William
I am looking for more details about the parents of a William MEEKS who was born in Sutton in about 1814. He married Mary Anne Christmas in Willingham, Cambridgeshire on the 26th December 1837. On their marriage certificate it gives Williams fathers name as Joseph MEEKS a Wheelwright. does anyone have any more information concerning Joseph or the Meeks in Sutton.
red mail READ OR REEDS
Looking for any READ's from Sutton or surrounding areas.
red mail Genealogy
I'm looking for any of the Nicholls and related, families from Sutton, would be only too happy to hear from anyone.David.
red mail Vipan Shuker Granger
Mary Vipan daughter of Gabriel Vipan and Elizabeth Granger b abt 1702 m John Suker b abt 1693 Sutton Cambridgeshire.Any info on any of these people?
red mail Shuker /Leaford
John Shuker m Mary Leaford 09-09-1760 Any info on either family please They lived at Sutton Downham or Mepal Cambridge shire. They were my gggg-grandparents.
red mail King family (Cambs)
Earliest record so far is Samuel King born 1784 who married Elizabeth Jobson born 1786 & had a son John King born 1816. If anyone can help further this family line Please contact me.
red mail Thomas Turner
Thomas Turner born in Sutton about 1780. Moved to Norfolk and lived at HARDWICK. Information about siblings and parents required. No record in the parish records for Sutton

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