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red mail Wilkins of Arrington - (Arrington - Cambridgeshire)
Would love to hear from anyone who may be researching or related to the Wilkins Family, which originated in Arrington, Cambridgeshire. Both William Wilkins(christened 12 Dec. 1824), and son Isaiah(born 1857 Arrington) and their respective families,later emigrated to Qld, Australia. Any information, regardless of how trivial, would be greatly appreciated.
red mail WILKINS OF ARRINGTON - (Arrington - Cambridgeshire)
I am interested in the Wilkins of Arrington as they form part of my background family history. I have details back to 1765. Anyone with similar interest in this family willing to make contact?
red mail CHARTER - (Arrington - Cambridgeshire)
Charter Family INC JOHN Charter, Alfred John Charter, Elizabeth Charter, Arthur Charter,Ernest Charter 1870's
red mail arrington born - (Arrington - Cambridgeshire)
I was born in Royston and lived on a farm in Arrington during 1954 Did anyone know my parents or have any information my mother worked in a village called Wendy I understand my father worked for a garage and John Jordan flour people
red mail Mary Baldwin - (Arrington - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for a Mary Baldwin born 8.9.1650 in Woodridge Suffolk - who married Robert Richer 24.2.1669 Whittesey, Cambridge. He was born 8.9.1646 St AMrys, Whittlesey. I am wanting her parents and further back as I have traced up to Here from the New Zealand descendants - any help will be much appreciated - thanks Colleen
red mail Looking for... - (Ashley - Cambridgeshire)
Any one who has any information to help with my family tree. The family name was IASON. they lived in and around Ashley 1880 to about 1920.
red mail Residents in the 1900's - (Ashley - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any details on Mabel Lillian Lawson nee Chapman and a George Victor Mayes, both living in Ashley in the 1900's. George is named on Mabel's death certificate in 1984 as her nephew. I have yet to make the connection. Info from 1911 Census. Mabel had an older sister, Eva Maud b. 1894, brother William b. 1902 and sister, Ettie Edith b. 1907. I have found a record of a marriage of Ettie to a Harold Hopkins. I'd be delighted to hear from anyone who mght have connections/information.
red mail Cole - (Babraham - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for details of the marriages of the father of the local historian, the Rev William Cole. William (Snr) married four times and cant find his marriage to Catherine Tuer (nee Apthorpe) or his fourth after 1724. They may be in Babraham, Lt Shelford or St Clement's, Cambridge.
red mail Nunns Bartlow - (Bartlow - Cambridgeshire)
Does anyone have any info re a James Nunn originally from Bartlow Cambs born 1844 - He was a school master and moved to Mid Wales (unsure when)married Mary from Toddington Gloucester also school teacher
red mail Nunns of Place Farm, Ashdon - (Bartlow - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for any information on Josiah & Charlotte NUNN of Place Farm who married at Bartlow Church in 1829. My great grandfather named James b1844 was a son. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
red mail Marshall - (Boxworth - Cambridgeshire)
Any information on the family of James Marshall b.circa 1786-1846 and Catherine unknown b.circa 1793-1839. Known daughter: Sarah 1823-1889 NSW Australia, married 1853 Thomas Shipp.
MARSHALL of Boxworth. - (Boxworth - Cambridgeshire)
Hoping someone knows of my, Thomas MARSHALL, son of Wlm.MARSHALL and Catherine BAKER. Thomas was born 1821, he came to New Zealand in 1854 as a single man. It is thought his older brother was already in New Zealand. If anyone has Knowledge of either brothers I would be grateful.
red mail ANN HARPER/MUNCEY/MUNSEY - (Boxworth - Cambridgeshire)
Hi there I am trying to track down ANN, the wife of Alan (Allan) MUNCEY / MUNSEY whose maiden name may have been HARPER born around 1765. The Muncey(s) lived in the Boxworth area for many centuries.
red mail UNDERWOOD - (Boxworth - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for anyone researching the Robert UNDERWOOD family, etc. in Boxworth, Cambridgeshire between 1780 and 1870.
red mail Barnes, Verley, Wilson, Allgood, Abrahams - (Boxworth End - Cambridgeshire)
These are some of the family names recurring in my family tree and all have lived for over 100 years in Knapwell, Boxworth, Bourne and surrounds. I would be interested to hear from anyone sharing these family names. Lynne
red mail Anstey - (Brinkley - Cambridgeshire)
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Christopher Anstey was born at Brinkley, Cambs 31st October 1724 and died at Chippenham, Wilts 3rd August 1805. An English satirical poet he was the author of - New Bath Guide 1766 etc.
red mail Brentwood - (Brinkley - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any BRENTWOOD family members, any information would be appreciated. Karen
red mail Symonds - (Carlton - Cambridgeshire)
I am interestd in any connection to the Symonds family in Carlton c 1800.
red mail LANE - CARLTON/BRINKLEY/BOROUGH GREEN - (Carlton - Cambridgeshire)
Hi. I'm researching John Lane b. c1782 Carlton. In 1841 he was a woodman living with his wife Mary and children Mary Ann; Louisa; Ephriam; John and Henry in Norney, Brinkley. When he died, in 1857, he was living in Borough Green. I'd be glad of any information on the family. Thanks.
red mail Symonds - Whiskin 1807 - (Carlton - Cambridgeshire)
Hi all. Would like to find out info about James Symonds born April 1807, Carlton, Cambrideshire and his wife Sarah Symonds (nee Whiskin) born around 1818. They had a son Robert Whiskin Symonds born 6th November 1855 in Linton, Cambridgeshire. He married Jane Barrow in 1878 Rosewood, Australia. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Reynolds - (Caxton - Cambridgeshire)
My great grandmother, Mary Ann REYNOLDS, was born 14 September 1850 in Gamlingay, Cambridgeshire, registered in Caxton. Her father was William REYNOLDS. In September 1870 at Rottingdean SSX she married Charles KNIGHT, born Funtingdon, SSX in October 1845. Any further information on the Reynolds family would be welcome.
red mail BAKER FAMILY - (Caxton - Cambridgeshire)
red mail Fordham born Caxton - (Caxton - Cambridgeshire)
Searching for info on my GtGtGt Grandfather John Fordham born 1804 found him on 1841 to 1861 census in London Said born Caxton Cambridge. Have not been able to find any earlier info on him eg: Birth Marriage etc Have been searching for ages now but seem to have hit a brick wall! So if anyone can give any help it would be much appreciated
red mail Scotter/flack - Cambridge - (Cherry Hinton - Cambridgeshire)
Any information re. these surnames would certainly assist me with my Family Tree.
red mail heywood - (Cherry Hinton - Cambridgeshire)
My great grandmother Alice Spiller was living at Cherry Hinton Road .She died at that address in 1944 -I believe she was living with my one of her daughters kathleen or winnie and winnies husband is named as informant and son in law J.c Heywood.I would be most interested in hearing from ay of the Heywood family or anyone who knew this family
red mail Cherry hinton - (Cherry Hinton - Cambridgeshire)
I am researching the Ventris family.
red mail Kelsey of Sutton Montis, Cambridgeshire - (Cherry Hinton - Cambridgeshire)
Please can anyone help me? I am searching for a family in Cherry Hinton in the 17th Century. I am told that the Parish Records show that a baby girl ALICE was baptised on 27 September 1635, the daughter of STEPHEN and ALICE KELSEY. She married John Upton of Wilmslow in Cheshire and had a family of formidably clever children. Family legend has it that she was a 'considerable' heiress (in the family archives I have a number of ladies so described, but mysteriously in every case the money seems to have vanished with them!) Is there a local history group in the area who may be able to help. Any information will be truly appreciated
red mail Cawthorn - (Christchurch - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any connections to my CAWTHORN family of Christchurch.
red mail TYERS - (Coates - Cambridgeshire)
I have Tyers ancestors in Coates 1700-1900
red mail Gale - (Coates - Cambridgeshire)
My Gale ancestors, Thomas & Isabella, lived in Coates from 1830's till 1880's & I would like to hear from any other Gale researchers.
red mail OVERSTALLS of COATES - (Coates - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information on the OVERSTALL FAMILY; including MARTHA OVERSTALL who was born in Coates in November 1855 to parents WILLIAM OVERSTALL and ELIZABETH OVERSTALL (Nee; CLARK).The family moved to Bacup, Lancashire by 1877.
red mail Coates in Cambridgeshire - (Coates - Cambridgeshire)
I am researching the village of Coates in general. Currently my focus is on the years for which census returns are available although more recent news is of interest.
red mail Papworth Family of Comberton - (Comberton - Cambridgeshire)
Any information please on members of the Papworth family of Comberton Cambs. 18th-20th centuries.
MASH FAMILY from CONINGTON - (Conington - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for ancestors of Mary Mash, born about 1725 in Conington. She married William Tabbitt in 1746.
red mail Wakefield - (Coton - Cambridgeshire)
I am searching for the birth record of Ephraim Wakefield born possibly in Coton or maybe Cherry Hinton around 1803. He married Frances (Fanny) Searl(e) in Coton in1824. His parents were believed to have been William Wakefield and Mary Brooks.
red mail Blows Wilson - (Coton - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for details of Blows Wilson who was the blacksmith in Coton in 1901. His son, another Blows Wilson, married a cousin of mine, Henrietta Maria Roope. I know they settled in Coton and had 2 sons, Aubrey Robert and Victor Blows. Any information on this family would be much appreciated.
Vessey Bartholomew - (Croxton - Cambridgeshire)
Bartholomew married Maria Bodger at Croxton Parish Church on 29.12.1714. He does not appear to have been baptised in the church and I am unable to find his place of birth. Help please.
red mail Chapman Edward c1720-1772 - (Croydon with Clopton - Cambridgeshire)
Edward Chapman "a sojourner" (ie visitor) married Ann Edgin in Potton in 1746, and thereafter they baptised 7 children in Croydon parish, both eventually being buried here. Am seeking clues as to his and her origins, also would like to hear from any descendants - my descent is through William born 1752
red mail stuart - (Croydon with Clopton - Cambridgeshire)
Richard Constable Married Mary Wyat 1723 - (Dry Drayton - Cambridgeshire)
Names: Constable
red mail Richard Dilly - (Dry Drayton - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information on Richard Dilly (or Dilley) born about 1774. I know he married Sarah Morley Booth in 1801 in Dry Drayton. If anyone knows when or where he was born or his parents names etc. Please contact me.
red mail Jenyns, Webb - (Dry Drayton - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information regarding Thomas Jenyns and his wife Mary (nee Webb), married in 1799 at Dry Drayton, went on to have several children,Thomas,Mary Ann, Harriet, Eliza and Timothy, maybe more children born.
red mail Symonds - (Dullingham Ley - Cambridgeshire)
I am interested in any connection to the Symonds family of Dullingham Ley
red mail Oak/Oake - (Dullingham Ley - Cambridgeshire)
Am interested in any information of the Oak/Oake family of Dullingham and Dullingham Ley. I have lots of info so far, but any additions would be very welcome.
East Hatley - (East Hatley - Cambridgeshire)
William BREED was born in East Hatley around 1852. He married Julie Payne who was 3yrs his junior, having been born in Croydon. Around 1877 the family moved to Hatley St George. Among their children were Alice, Sarah, Albert, Fanney and Catherine. Any further information would be most welcome.
red mail WILLIAM ERNEST HOWARD BILLING - (Elsworth - Cambridgeshire)
Any information appreciated on William Ernest Howard Billing or family. William was born 1888 and lived at Elsworth. Served WW1 as a Corporal with the Bedfordshire Yeomanry before being commissioned to the Notts and Derby Rgt.
red mail Brand - (Elsworth - Cambridgeshire)
My wife's paternal line come from the Elsworth area, earliest member Edward born 1792 married Elizabeth Glover from Little Gransden. Anyone having any information would be appreciated. Paul
red mail Wright, Luck, Day, Goodwin, Piggot, Fensome - (Elsworth - Cambridgeshire)
My 4th Great Grandfather was John Wright born about 1775 in Etlisley, Cambs. My 4th Great Grandmother, Sarah Day Wright was born abt 1779 Gravely, Cambs. They were married Feb 11 1800 in Cambs. Their son Samuel was b 1802, Eltisley. Samuel was married twice that I have found. His first wife and child died shortly after she gave birth. Samuel's 2nd wife, Eliza Piggot Wright was b 1810 Gamlingay. They had the following children: Martha b 1829, Sarah b 1831, John b 1835, William b 1836, Jane 1839, Betsy 1842, Samuel b 1845, Mary b 1847. John married Sarah Goodwin Wright who was born abt 1828 Houghton. Sarah had a child before marrying John, her son was James Goodwin, John and Sarah lived in Elsworth and had the following children: James, Phillip, Arthur, Julia and Lydia Wright. Phillip Wright married Hannah Fensome in 1875. Phillip and Hannah are buried at St. Katherine's in Irchester. They raised a large family in Irchester. There children are Arthur b 1877, Erma, John b 1876, Rebecca b 1879, Lydia b 1880, Ellen b 1880, Phillip b 1884, Ada b 1885, Emma b 1887, Florence 1887, George b 1888, Ethel b 1892, Edith b 1894, William b 1896, Lily b 1898. Lily Wright married Joseph Luck. They lived in Irchester and raised 8 children. Joe and Lily and their family immigrated to the US in 1949. I am interested in learning more about the family history and making contact with other relatvies
red mail Rosin Rosen - (Eltisley - Cambridgeshire)
John Rosin,born 1806. Married Eliza from Upton. Any references to Rosin/en in this area.
red mail The Big House - (Eltisley - Cambridgeshire)
Anyone help with this. Was there a large house back in the early 1900's known to the locals of Eltisley as the big house. Any one know of a family back then by the name of Sewell.
red mail CHAPMAN William (1752-1816) - (Eltisley - Cambridgeshire)
William Chapman from Croydon-cum-Clapton married Ann ELLWOOD in Eltisely in 1797 and they baptised 6 children here including in 1809 my ancestor Edward. William died here in 1816 and his widow later remarried. Interested in hearing from any descendants or connections.
red mail CHAPMAN Edward 1809 - ??? - (Eltisley - Cambridgeshire)
Edward Chapman born Eltisely 1809 but at marriage of Gravely married Elizabeth Marratt of Gravely in 1834, and they baptised a single child John in Eltisely in 1835. Elizabeth died only one year later aged 21, after which Edward has disappeared without trace. Interested to hear from anyone who has come across him
red mail Creamer family - (Eltisley - Cambridgeshire)
I am trying to find the Creamers who lived in Eltisley around 1750 to 1810 to sort out who was the father of my James Creamer born around 1778 and who married Sarah Cade in 1801 James and Sarah moved to the Offords later.
red mail Harvey landlord of The Plough Inn - (Fen Ditton - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information on William Harvey supposed landlord of the Plough Inn 19th century and his wife Sarah
red mail Peachey - (Fen Ditton - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for anyone connected with the PEACHEY family living in FEN DITTON near CAMBRIDGE throughout the 19th century and/or the Peachey family in WALWORTH/LAMBETH/BRIXTON (LONDON) from 1870 onwards. My husband's grandmother was a Peachey. Her grandfather William Peachey was born in Fen Ditton around 1844 but moved to London in the late 1860s. William was 1 of 10 children born to George and Frances Peachey, both born in Fen Ditton around 1808 and 1804 respectively.
red mail Duckling family - (Fen Ditton - Cambridgeshire)
In my family tree I've traced a Mary Duckling who married a man with the surname of Colborn in the 1800s. She lived in Fen Ditton and it seems they came to the North East for work, in the shipyards, railways or mines. One of the census entries has her father or grandfather spelling the name as Ducklin but this appears to be an error as all other info spells it as Duckling. Does anyone else have any info on the Duckling family please? I'd love to hear from you and can share more specifics. Thanks!
Reynolds Family - (Fen Drayton - Cambridgeshire)
My 3 x great grandparents Thomas and Hannah (nee Offley) Reynolds lived at Johnson Street, Fen Drayton at the time of the 1841 census. Thomas was born in Fen Drayton in 1764, and although he was about 77 years old he was described as an Errand Man! His parents were William and Ann Reynolds, also of Fen Drayton. I would be very interested to hear from anybody connected with this family.
red mail PARBLES family - (Fen Drayton - Cambridgeshire)
I have an interest in the PARBLES family, especially if anyone can help me with Robert PARBLES b.1836 in Welney, Norfolk but later lived in Fen Drayton with the family of Robert and Elizabeth DING. He married local girl Emma Golding in 1858. The 1871 census shows them living at 7 Honey Hill. They had been married 13 years by then but do not seem to have had any children. After 1871 they disappear - can anyone help me with any information about them after 1871?
red mail Ward - (Fowlmere - Cambridgeshire)
Hi my gggrandfather was from Fowlmere apparently and I was just wondering if anybody has any connections or info on the family. His name was Stephen Ward and his wife Harriett they came out to Aus in around 1850. Thanks and bye for now Nola in Aus
red mail Wedd Family History - (Fowlmere - Cambridgeshire)
Wedd family history including a family tree going back to the sixteenth century and beyond. Anyone with an interest please contact us.
red mail Sherwood & Perry - (Fowlmere - Cambridgeshire)
William SHerwood came to Fowlmere sometime before 1811 with his wife Elizabeth (nee Smith). They had four children William (1811-1811), Charles (1812-1880), Jane (1815-1889) and William (1818 - )at Fowlmere. Charles Sherwood married Mary (nee Perry)of Fowlmere in 1833 in Fowlemere and had a large number of children. I am one of these descendents. I am interested in any connections to either of these families.The second child of Charles and Mary Sherwood was Charles who migrated to Australia before 1868.
Bateson - Foxton - (Fowlmere - Cambridgeshire)
Am interested in hearing from anyone who may have a connection with the surname Bateson, Beaumont, Barnard, Whitney, Whittby in Foxton, Cambridgeshire England,
red mail paper Mill - (Fowlmere - Cambridgeshire)
Does anyone know of the existance of a paper Mill in the vicinity of Fowlmere please c 1770s
red mail Payne or Dickerson - (Gamlingay Cinques - Cambridgeshire)
Hi! I am looking for information regarding George Payne whom married Elizabeth Ada Dickerson in the late 1800's (about 1875-1901) They had a daughter named Edith in 1902. I believe George was a lay Preacher in either the Baptist or Methdist church in the Gamlingay Cinques.
red mail Muncy or Thresher - (Grantchester - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any info on the following: David Muncy (1788 - ?>1851) Blacksmith married to Susan ? (1782 - >1851) Children Ann Muncy (1822 - >1901) m- <1841 to Mr Thresher Daughter - Clara Thresher (1845 - >1901) m - to Alfred Langford
red mail glasscock and clark - (Grantchester - Cambridgeshire)
looking for any information on the glasscock's or clark's dating back to 1800 to 1900.
red mail Muggleton family tree - (Grantchester - Cambridgeshire)
Mrs Florence Emmines, formerly Miss Florence Muggleton of Grantchester, will be planting an ornamental pear tree outside the village hall in Grantchester after the church service on the morning of Sunday August 31st 2008.The tree is being planted on behalf of the Muggleton families & will replace the Christmas tree that stood on the site & was planted by Harold Muggleton for the Queens silver jubilee.The roots of the Christmas tree were causing damage to the village hall & so had to be removed, we have been told the same should not happen with the new tree.Following a reunion of Muggletons at the village hall last year it was voted to give a tree to the village to further enhance the beauty of the place & to remind folk of the Muggleton family tree.A Joseph Muggleton & mary Ann Boutle married in Grantchester church 17th jan. 1822 they were the founders of a large family of Muggletons in the village, now the family have moved world wide & where once there were many Muggleton's in the village now there are none by name but still many with the Muggleton blood.On saturday 30th August Lucy Barnes a 4x great grandaughter of Joseph & Mary Ann Muggleton will follow in their tradition by getting married at Grantchester church. It is hoped as many as possible will come to watch the tree planting & chat to Florrie, now 88 , who has many fond memories of the village of yesteryear.
red mail Dilley - (Grantchester - Cambridgeshire)
My g.g.g.grandmother was Maria Dilley, is there anyone out there related?
Arbon Names - (Graveley - Cambridgeshire)
Seek Arbon family information in & around Graveley
red mail Thurley of Graveley CAM - (Graveley - Cambridgeshire)
My interests: THURLEY and variations including THURLOW, THIRLEY, THIRLEIGH, THURLY and THIRNELL. The latter name is, I believe, a change of name that the original THURLEY family in Graveley took on, but for what reason, I may never know. One family that I am aware of in Graveley: in 1749 there was a marriage between a George THIRLEY and an Anne CASTLEMAINE, both of Graveley by Banns. From Graveley, I think members of the family found their way to other nearby villages such as Yelling, Hilton, Fenstanton, Swavesey, Conington, Elsworth.
red mail NIXON ANCESTORS - (Great Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
I am trying to find more information about my ancestor Thomas Nixon, who married Susanna Day in Great Eversden in 1809.Thomas Nixon was from Cambridge, but Susanna was local. I would like to contact anyone with the name Nixon or Day now living in Great Eversden.Can anyone help? Peter
red mail LEADER FAMILY CAMBRIDGE - (Great Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
Hi I am trying to trace back the family of George Leader born 1859 who married Eliza Brinkley 1866. Can anyone give me a helping hand?? Thank you. Lynn
red mail Great Shelford - (Great Shelford - Cambridgeshire)
Any info helpful on this village. I am related to many families.
red mail John Webb - (Great Shelford - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information on origins of John Webb, born c.1778/9 in Great? Shelford, but moved to Melbourn, Cambs. Wife, Sarah; 4 sons - James b 1816; Samuel (1818); Joseph (1820/21)(my gg g/father) and Charles (1831). May be able to share info on descendants.
red mail WARDS OF GREAT SHELFORD - (Great Shelford - Cambridgeshire)
I am seeking information about George Ward (b1792 Shoreditch, London) and his descendents. He married Mary Sterns (b1800 Gt Shelford) and had a son William Ward (b1826) who worked as a wheelwright in the village. There is a possible connection with Christiana Ward (b1818). Thank you.
red mail ROBINSON, - (Great Shelford - Cambridgeshire)
Descendants/relatives of Mary Ann Robinson. bpt. 16th September 1838 at Great Shelford. Father William; mother 2nd wife Mary Ann Sheldrick. Any information please after 1851 census. May have gone to London and married there.
red mail thrower family - (Great Wilbraham - Cambridgeshire)
looking for any info on the Thrower family around 1870-1875 especially Female Thrower born A/M/J 1874
red mail Jarman - (Guilden Morden - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for information on Edward Jarman b March 1806 and his father Samuel Jarman presumably also born in Guilden Morden. Edward married Mary Pateman b March 1808 in Steeple Morden, they married in March 1833
red mail Pearce,Pateman,Newman, Cubis, Gray - (Guilden Morden - Cambridgeshire)
Seeking any contacts with family history related to Guilden Morden. I have extensive fH in this village and would like to hear from anyone with connections to the Mordens.
red mail Albert Leonard - (Guilden Morden - Cambridgeshire)
Can anyone tell me what happened to Albert Leonard b1875 after he left Guilden Morden, cambridgeshire. He used to work for the GNR and could have been transferred.
red mail Jeremiah WHETSTONE of Guilden Morden, Cambridgeshire - (Guilden Morden - Cambridgeshire)
Jeremiah WHETSTONE (born 1790) of Guilden Morden married Esther HICKMAN of Dry Dryton, Cambridgeshire. Their children were born at Colne Huntingdonshire 1815- 1827. The immigrated to Canada by 1851 and settle in Ontario in East Nissouri Township, Oxford County.
red mail Mary Leonard married Thomas Randall / Randle - (Guilden Morden - Cambridgeshire)
The marriage took place in Guilden Morden when Thomas was 21 and Mary was 19. The Leonards seem to have a long history in GM. The couple had several chidren and eventually Mary died in May 1873 still in GM. In 1877, Thomas reappears married to my GG Grandmother Elizabeth Wood in Burley (Headingley) Leeds Yorkshire. This seems a long way for someone who has spent all his life in Cambridgeshire. Can anyone suggest a likely reason for the move? Thomas was an agricultural labourer.
red mail Bates Family - (Guyhirn - Cambridgeshire)
My G-G-Grandmother: Sarah Bates b.c.1828 Guyhirn Pretty sure Parents (found on list of 1841 Census) were: Joseph (b.c.1796) and Ann (b.c.1801. Anyone researching same family, or has access to Guyhirn census details?
COBB and FOSTER - (Guyhirn - Cambridgeshire)
We should like to hear from anyone researching the family of John COBB, who married Amy JACKSON in 1806, or the family of George FOSTER, who married Ann GRIMARD, nee COBB,in 1842.
red mail Adams - (Hardwick - Cambridgeshire)
I am interested in the Adams family that lived in Hardwick, Cambridgeshire (1570-1750). Other names Pemberton, Sindrey or Cyndrey, Armstead
red mail HOBSONS IN HARDWICK - (Hardwick - Cambridgeshire)
I am researching the Hobson family of Cambridgeshire and I understand that my Grandfather Leonard (Len) lived in Hardwick in around the 1940's and 1950's. He lived in the house on Kings Road farm and later in the cottages on Main Road with his wife Daisy and their three children. Does anyone know from where I could find more detail?
red mail Sargeant - (Harlton - Cambridgeshire)
Jane Sargeant born 10 Nov 1819 in Harlton and died 28 May 1894 in Victoria, Australia. She married John Cummins from Ireland in 1847. They had two children - Margaret Sarah (from whom I am descendant) and another son I have no information on. Am looking for information on her parents. Father was Page Sargeant, but have no further information. Help would be appreciated.
red mail WHITBY/HAYLOCK - (Harlton - Cambridgeshire)
seeking info. on David Whitby (Wibney)b.cir 1800 in Cambridgeshire who married c.1820 in Harlton, Charlotte HAYLOCK. Issue: Elizabeth (1822)Sarah (1824)David (1826)John(1827)William(1828)Thomas(1832)Daniel(1834)Jane(1836) & Charles(1838). Elizabeth m.Robert Rutter from Toft in 1838 & in 1855 with 5 children NSW. Sarah & Jane immig. in 1853 & were both married in Araluen NSW in 1865.
red mail Ernest Reuben Brock - (Harlton - Cambridgeshire)
Ernest Reuben Brock, born 14.04.1878(9) in Harlton - my grandfather. Died in Fulham, London 1957. His mother: Mary A Baldwin (b 1852) m Reuben Brock (b1848) had 3 children: Walter b1874, Ada b1876 and Ernest b1879. I am interested to know their religion and any information at all about my grandfather, Ernest Reuben Brock born 1879. Thank you Celia
red mail Bangle 1829-1849 - (Harston - Cambridgeshire)
BANGLE Sarah dau Edward BANGLE/Sarah STUBBLEFIELD born 1829 Harston migrated Australia 1849 BANGLE James b. 1818 and Henry b.1820 both born Harston brothers of Sarah also came to Aust.
Chapman/Taylor/Knights/Miller - (Harston - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for various familiy's from Harston. Particularly James Chapman born c 1880 and his wife Amelia Taylor born c1880. Also Albert Miller b1874 and his wife Elizabeth Knights b1873
red mail John Hammond - (Harston - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for more information about John Hammond b. 1846 in Harston and married my grt grt grandmother Elizabeth Green in 1887. She came from Bury Huntingdon and they married in Middlesex -presumably working there. Any information would be gratefully received, Thanks, Susanna
red mail Jennings family - (Harston - Cambridgeshire)
Does anyone have any information on the Jennings family who lived in Harston in the 18th century. I would be very grateful for any information. Sarah.
red mail THOMAS PRATT born 1675 in Harston - (Harston - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any information on Thomas and his family. I think he married an Elizabeth and had 7 children. Who were his parents and grandparents? Can't seem to get back to them. Any help would begreat.
red mail William Brooks - (Hatley St George - Cambridgeshire)
My gg Grandfather was according to censuses born in Hatley Cambs in 1828 though one does indicate Trinity, which is Ely way. I believe his parents were William and Elizabeth, but require confirmation
Rayner Family - (Hauxton - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for information about the Rayner family. John Rayner, bn 1818, married in 1842 at Trumpington. He had a daughter Eliza. That is as far as I have got, can anyone else help me to find his parents/wife's details?
red mail West Family Hauxton - (Hauxton - Cambridgeshire)
Hannah (Ann) WEST b.3.2.1847 Hauxton (My G.Grandmother). Daughter of William WEST and Ann HAYS,STUBBLEFIELD. Information on West family greatly sought and would be appreciated.
red mail Thomas Gurner - (Hauxton - Cambridgeshire)
Thomas Gurner was born 1828 in Hauxton, he married Mary Ann Newitt 21st August 1854 in Cambridge. I know from the certificate that his father was William Gurner of Newmarket Road Cambridge a labourer. Does anyone have these people on their tree.
red mail Thomas Raby or Rabey - (Hauxton - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for any information on a Thomas Raby born Hauxton circa 1812, married a Sarah Ann Beard (born Tottenham)
red mail Gotobeds in Horningsea - (Horningsea - Cambridgeshire)
My gt grandfather James Gotobed, born 1845 in Fen Ditton moved to Horningsea and married Rachel, nee Bendall in 1869. They had 7 children and I am interested in finding more information on their eldest child Frederick James, born 1870 who was last found on 1881 census as scholar living in Cambridge with his uncle. Cannot trace him after that date.
red mail Asplins in Horningsea - (Horningsea - Cambridgeshire)
I am researching the Asplin family line that included Amos Asplin born 1868 in Horningsea.
Caroline Smith Teacher - (Horningsea - Cambridgeshire)
Caroline Smith b 1846 Limehouse London. Lived in Cambridgeshire with grandparents William and Ann Morgan and Aunt Caroline Morgan. She was a Teacher, later living at Horningsea. Never married.
red mail Chivers of Horningsea, Sto-cum-Quy, Cottenham and Histon. - (Horningsea - Cambridgeshire)
I have William Chivers, b.abt 1625 at Horningsea. He m.Susan, b.abt 1630.They had 4 children - Francis and Stephen (twins) b,06.1650 at Horningsea. Susanna b.1653 Susan b.1656. William buried Horningsea 28.7.1668.Susan buried 29.01.1699 at Horningsea. Stephen m.Elizabeth - both buried at Stow-cum-Quy. Williams Grandson Stephen b.1716 at Stow-cum-Quy m.Susan Wayman 29.06.1749 at Cottenham. He d.1777 at Cottenham. Does anyone have information about the family before 1625? Would appreciate any help.
red mail Ellis Family - (Ickleton - Cambridgeshire)
We have an interest in the ELLIS family of Ickleton in the 1700-1800 era and would appreciate any further info.
red mail Ann Eversden b. 1800 - (Ickleton - Cambridgeshire)
My gt. gt. grandmother was born in Ickleton, Cambs in 1800 and finished her needlework sampler, which I have, aged 12 on Septr. 2nd 1812. Her needlework is immaculate. She was presumably literate, from a "genteel" Jane Austen type family, about which I would like to know more if possible.
red mail Ward and Kemp families - (Ickleton - Cambridgeshire)
I am a descendant of Harriet Ward and George Kemp who came to Australia on the ship "David McIver" in 1853 with their two daughters Harriet Ward Kemp & Sarah Ann Kemp. I would like information about their families in Ickleton. Many thanks.
red mail Philpot family - (Ickleton - Cambridgeshire)
The Philpot family ran a pub in the village of Ickleton in the 1800's when I believe it was a busy village on the main London-Cambridge road. They also farmed in the area. Does anyone have any information about them please? They also had connections with Great Chesterford.
red mail HAYLOCK - (Ickleton - Cambridgeshire)
I have been researching Nathanial Haylock and his descendants, thought to have been from Ickleton, Whittlesford and close towns. I have some burials for this name as follows: 29 Apr 1722 Sawston (St. Marys); 16 Sept 1727 Burwell (St. Marys); 6 Dec 1747 Ickleton (St,Mary Magdalene) and 16 Oct. 1757 Stapleford, (St.Andrews). Does anyone have any information regarding the people buried at these churchyards i,e, ages, relatives etc.
red mail Unwin - (Impington - Cambridgeshire)
Martha Unwin c1842, married John Emmings c1864 at Impington. Her father was Timothy Unwin c1817, mother Sarah A Unwin c1818. They lived at Impington. Martha was my g grandmother, she had a brother Josh Unwin. Seeking any information on the above.
red mail Impington - (Impington - Cambridgeshire)
Do you have any old photographs and information you are willing to share with the local village society. We have a large archive of photographs etc and could also be able to help you. I am also very interested in Impington Hall, which until 1805 was the home of the Pepys family
red mail George Allan Stedman - (Impington - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for descendants of George Allan Stedman, living at 5 Clay Close Lane, Impington, Cambridgeshire. This was probably during WW1 as this entry was in my grandfathers diary, who was convalescing in London from injuries sustained in France. He met G.A. Stedmans' son in London in December 1918. G.A. Stedman is my greatgrandfathers nephew.
red mail Impington Hall - (Impington - Cambridgeshire)
The last family to live at Impington Hall was the Morey-Weales, from 1921 to 1925, the Village Society know very little about them. So can you help. Other famalies to live at the Hall, which sadly no longer exists, over the years included the Pepys family (until 1805), the Bamfords (1864-70), William Caldwell (1872-91) and the Macfarlene-Grieves (1892-1921). From 1805 to 1864 the Hall was owned by the Pine-Coffin of East Down in North Devon, who rather than live there themselves rented it out.
red mail Unwin family - (Impington - Cambridgeshire)
Can anyone tell me if there is a link between the Unwin's of Impington who started the Seed business and the Unwin's of Essex. In particular Unwin's of Coggeshall, Essex.
David Baker - (Kennett - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
David and wife Emma Jane were living at Kennet ,Cambridgeshire when Herbert David was born 18/04/1883. He was listed as a porter on G.E.R. I wish to know of other Bakers living in Kennet at the same time.
Ranns in Kennett - (Kennett - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
i am trying to find the ancestors of Thomas Ranns, born Kennett around 1790. He married Honour Belsham, in 1815.
red mail Fison family 16th C. - (Kennett - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
Looking for info. on F. family in K. before the 1550's. I have wills of Simon (d. 1508), John (d.1552) and James (d.1560), also names of non-family witnesses and legatees.
SMITH FAMILY - (Kennett - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
would like to hear from anyone connected to the family of Ernest William Smith who married Alice Lawrence in 1914 and lived in Kennett most of his life. He was also well known in the gundog world as a judge I believe. As far as I know he lived at Kennett Hall cottages and was a gamekeeper.
red mail Kingston, Cambridgeshire - (Kingston - Cambridgeshire)
Richard Mills was born in Kingston, Cambridgeshire in 1791. He married Catherine (surname unknown) who was born in Scotland in 1786. They lived in Kingston, Cambridgshire. Their children were Clement who also went by the name of William born in 1817, Edward was born in 1823 and daughter Matilda was born in 1826. Clement was my ggg grandfather. He married Sarah Blows (1817) the daughter of John and Elizabeth Blows ( 1781) also of Kingston, Cambridgshire. Sarah had a brother Willliam Blows born in 1811 in Kingston. Any information on these families would be very appreciated.
red mail Kingston 1760 Richard Mills Jane Rutter - (Kingston - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for a Richard Mills born in 1760 who may have had a son Richard born in 1790 in Kingston, Cambridgeshire, England. Richard (1790) mother's name was Jane. I believe it may have been Jane Rutter who was born in 1764 in Bourne, Cambridgeshire and died in 1799 in Kingston. Richard (1760) remarried after her death. Children may be David Mills 1795, Mary Mills 1796, Ann Mills 1784,Jane Mills and Charlotte Mills 1798 all born in Kingston.Cambridgeshire. Any help would be appreciated.
red mail Kingston Cambridgeshire - (Kingston - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for family members of Edward Bowd born 1829, mothers name Ann. Edward left England in 1855 with his brother Fredrick and arrived in Australia in April 1855. There were also two sisters that we know of Angelina and Namoi, possibly more. Edward married Esther Carman and they settled in Millthorpe NSW and remained there until his death in 1885, not sure where Fredrick settled.
red mail HENRY RUTTER - (Kingston - Cambridgeshire)
Henry Rutter b.1748 d.1820 Kingston married Mary MILLS b.1757 d. 1837 Kingston in 1777 Kingston. Issue thought to be Henry 1778; Mary 1780;Jane 1783;Sarah 1787;Elizabeth 1791; Mary Ann 1794; John 1797;Martha 1800; Catherine 1805. Any additional information welcome.
red mail RUTTER James - (Kingston - Cambridgeshire)
Born Kingston 1709, mother possibly Mary, no father's name available. Married Elizabeth Flowers in Bourn in 1740. Children Elizabeth 1741, Sarah 1745, James 1747, Henry 1748,John 1749, William 1750, George 1754, Flower 1759 & William 1761.
red mail Taylor , William - (Kirtling - Cambridgeshire)
Born c1851 in Kirtling,Cambridgeshire, children Rachel,Charles, Rose, Thomas. Wife Mary A Barrow c1852 born Woodditton. William's parents Barzillai,c1814, and Susan Taylor. Seeking any information on the above.
red mail NASH James c 1700 - ? - (Kirtling - Cambridgeshire)
James Nash first appears in my family tree baptising two children in Kirtling - Sarah (1728) and Hannah (1730)with his wife hannah, and thereafter they disappear, so I am seeking help in identifying his baptism his marriage and burial and his wife's burial. His daughter Sarah married in Kirtling in 1748 to Thomas Tweed and thereafter moved to Cheveley
red mail Galley Family - (Kirtling - Cambridgeshire)
William Galley, born 1813 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. He married a Mary Ann Hazelwood on 16th May 1834 at Kirtling Cambs and, in the 1841 Census had 4 children Eliza (7), Louisa (7),William (3) and Daniel (1) Would appreciate any info on any of the family. Many thanks
red mail Bachelor's Hall Farm - (Kirtling - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for information on Bchelor's Hall Farm in Kirtling from 1870's. The Claydon family lived here from sometime to prior to the 1881 census. In 1881 Thomas and Mary (nee Rowlinson) lived with their family at Bachelor's Hall. They had married in Withersfield around 1848 and then lived at Burrough Green in Cambridge where most of their 18 children were born. The youngest of their children, Florence Bertha, was born in Kirtling in 1874. My great-grandfather, William was their oldest son and he was born in Withersfield and as far as I know never lived at Bachelor's Hall having moved to work in London as a horse-tram driver in the 1860's. The Claydon family continued to live at Bachelor's Hall until Thomas died and his wife Mary took over the farm. One of Thomas' sons Joshua and his daughter, another Mary were still living at home with their mother during the 1891 census. If anyone has any information or photos of Bachelor's Hall Farm at this time or any information about any of the Claydon family I would love to hear from you.
red mail SYMONDS Kirtling - (Kirtling Green - Cambridgeshire)
I am interested in the Symonds family who were in Kirtling late 1800s/ early 1900s In particular descendants of Thomas and Caroline Symonds and their daughter Phoebe
red mail Miller / Green - (Landbeach - Cambridgeshire)
I'm searching ancestors & decendants of William MILLER (b 1833 Landbeach, d 16 Oct 1922 Unknown location. Father James MILLER) and his wife Mary Ann GREEN (b 24 Apr 1833 Landbeach, d 28 Nov 1901 Unknown location. Father William GREEN). They married 3 May 1854 in Chesterton Cambs, and emigrated to NSW Australia I believe sometime before 1855/56, but definately before 1863 as their daughter Mary Ann was born in Australia in 1863. They had 10 children: William John (1855-1856), John (1856-?), James (1858-1903), William (1861-?), Mary Ann (1863-1942), Joseph (1866-?), Sarah Jane (1868-1877), Rebecca (1870-?), David (1873-1874), and stillborn female (1878). If anyone can provide any more info, please contact me! (also see LITTLEFIELD / MILLER under Droxford, Hampshire)
Cooper in Landbeach - (Landbeach - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for descendents of Benjamin Waldock Cooper and wife Ann Rowell
red mail Brooks - (Landbeach - Cambridgeshire)
Aussie family descended from Ann or Annie Brooks, b.c. 1847; & Walter Wright, married 1874 Landbeach.Parents John & Judith.After marriage family lived Paddington, Chelsea & Fulham. Son Percy George & family emigrated to Australia 1909.Only info known at present is from Censuses and marriage cert. Any info on family appreciated.
red mail Landwade St Nicholas - (Landwade - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
Seeking any information on the Blythe family living at Landwade at the end of the 19th/ beginning of the 20th century at Mill Cottages or about Landwade itself.
red mail Cotton Family of Landwade, Suffolk - (Landwade - Cambridgeshire / Suffolk)
Seeking information on any descendants of the Cotton family that lived in Landwade Manor from about 1428 to 1850. The last Cottons to own/occupy Landwade Manor were as follows: Sir John Cotton MP for Cambridgeshire between 1764 and 1780. His son, Admiral Sir Charles Cotton (d1812) and finally Sir St. Vincent Cotton and his brother Alexander Cotton (b 1804) who sold Landwade Manor in 1854 when the Cotton family association with the manor and the parish ended. Seeking male descendants with Cotton name from this line to participate in a DNA study of the Cotton Family.
red mail Stubbings - (Leverington Common - Cambridgeshire)
Michael Stubbings and before him Brton Stubbings were in this area. Do you have any knowledge of these people -there in 1881
red mail Angell - (Little Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
William Angell married Isabella McGhee don't know any dates. they had son Henry Edwin b. 13.12.1844 and William Thomas b. 1846.
red mail Angell of Great Eversden - (Little Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
William Angell was born c. 1823 son of William and Sarah in Haslingfield. He married Isabel McGhee Jan - Mar 1844 in the Caxton Registration area (Volume 14, page 37). In 1851 he was living in Great Eversden with wife and children, Henry Edwin (6), William Thomas (4) and Mary (1). He was a farmer with 97 acres and employed 4 labourers. He does not appear on the 1861 census for Great Eversden.
Nicholls Little Eversden - (Little Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
I am looking for the birth place and dates of Thomas Nicholls (b1774c) who married in 1797 Elizabeth Whitby b27 June 1779 they had 6 children one of whom was John my GGGrandfather. Hope someone can help as I have hit a bick wall. Joy
red mail Gibbs of Eversden - (Little Eversden - Cambridgeshire)
Looking for a connection to Gibbs of Eversden CAM, migrated to Adelaide, Australia. William Gibbs married Sarah Wakefield 1845 Little Eversden CAM, migrated 1852, George Gibbs migrated 1849 with son John Thomas aged about 2yrs, no wife apparantly, Sarah Gibbs migrated before 1854, married Wm Hall 1839 , possible death for Sarah Hall in Adelaide 1854. William Gibbs died 1860, brother George then seems to have married Sarah Gibbs widow in 1875. Trying to find a marriage for George Gibbs in England before 1849.
red mail papworth-williamson - (Little Gransden - Cambridgeshire)
imformation appreciated on George Williamson,Esther Papworth.Married 1861Gransden Thank You.
red mail flanders;williamson - (Little Gransden - Cambridgeshire)
any info on marriage between Phoebe Flanders/Samuel Williamson 1845would be very much appreciated .thank you .

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