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Baker----Bowls marriage
I am wondering if anyone is connected to either person in this marriage. Thomas Baker----of Kennett--- married Ann Bowls at Wicken on 27 July, 1816. I am researching the Baker's of Kennett and cannot place this member and would like to know more.
red mail Robert Cranwell
I am trying to make a connection to Robert Cranwell from Wicken who married a Margaret Jarvis around 1720ties. is any one connect to the name. Also Delphs Margaret Jarvice married John Delph in 1766.
red mail Mary and Sophia Marshall
Two of my great-great-grandfathers married these two ladies from Wicken within 7 years. (1816 and 1823) I wonder if they were sisters or cousins. Any information about the Marshall family of Wicken around this period will be gratefully received.
red mail ROWLISON
Richard ROWLISON was born in Wicken c 1828. His parents were John Rowlison and Elizabeth SHAW. Richard was fighting with his brother when his mother was knocked down. Richard aged around 16, then ran away and joined the 11th Devonshire Regiment of Foot using the alias John Rowlison Elmer He sailed with this Infantry to Australia c 1837. Richard was a convict guard on both Norfolk and Cockatoo Islands in Australia. He married Anne Elizabeth Moore in Sydney. Richard was with the 11th Devonshire Regiment when they opened up Victoria Barracks in Sydney where by this time he was a sergeant. He still used his alias on official records for the birth of all his children, but appears to have dropped it when the eldest child married and reverted back to Richard Rowlison.They had Mary, married Edward ABRA, Rebecca married William BOWDEN, Richard SHAW ROWLISON, and William SHAW ROWLISON, another son died. The family lived in the ATTUNGA district of NSW Richard died in Tamworth in 1882, and Anne died at Manilla near Tamworth in 1909. Would love to hear from any who knows anything about the Rowlison or Shaw families. I believe an uncle Rowlison had the Black Horse Innn at Wicken.The name may have been spelt Rawlinson, or Rowlinson.
red mail Phypers
Material available on the family of Joseph Phypers of Wicken and son who relocated to Chesire/Yorkshire
Wicken, Cambridgeshire
Researching my ancestors from Wicken, PARR,PHYPERS, SPARKES. Any information on the locality and engine pumps greatly appreciated.

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