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MOORE family of farmers in 18OO
great grandma elizabeth Moore travelled to Leeds and married my widowed great grandad George HUGHES in 1861. She had been a cook for a miller merchant on the Cambridge road after living in Cottinham and before in Willingham, anyone related?
red mail Kester/Gleves/Burkett
Would any one have any information on these families Kester, Gleves, Burkett. I am interested in the Kester family who married into the Gleves family also Burkett family. Any information about these families would be great. The first Kester I have in Willingham is William Kester born 1739 who married Mary surname unknown. His parents are Thomas Kester 1708 & Elizabeth Burkett 1712.
red mail John & Sarah Bradford from Willingham Green, Carlton & Great Bradley
Looking for info on John born c.1796 at Carlton, Cambridgeshire & Sarah born Great Bradley, Suffolk c. 1791. They had at least 6 chn. Mary b. 1816, James b. 1818, George b. 1821, Eliza b.1825, Charles b. 1827 died 1910. & Hannah b.1832. James & Charles came to Australia in 1853. John & Sarah are at Willingham green on the 1841,1851,1861 & 1871 Census.John died ar the Linton Workhouse in Carlton in Dec 1874.Sarah Died in 1872. Many Thanks.
red mail CARVELEY
Carveleys lived in Willingham from 1813 until 1891 A large family of 8 children living Church Place. Father agriculture worker. John and wife Mary (Burgess) George a son married Elizabeth Pepper.also from Cambridge March.
red mail The FEW family
Joseph Few b. 1766 married Ann Covell b. 1772 in Willingham in 1793. Does anyone have any idea of Joseph's siblings or parents please?
red mail Christmas Lack
I have info on the Christmas and Lack families in the early/middle part of the 19th century. I am looking for earlier traces of these families.

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