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red mail allyston/elliston/seymour/pilgrim
looking for any info on the above family names from 15th and 16th century.
Black Notley. Essex
EMERY All born White/Black Notley Braintree Essex. from 1800 worked at Mill.
red mail Peake or Peak
Researching Peake/Peak/peek family - farmers from Black Notley
I would be interested to hear from anyone who is descended from William Smith, born in Yeldham in 1843. In 1871 he was living in Shalford, Essex with Sarah who was born in Wethersfield. In 1881 he was living in Cressing Road, Braintree with Jane, also born in Wethersfield. Was this the same person? All details match other than her name. Sarah/Jane? died in 1882. By 1891 William was in Black Notley, with Emily nee Spooner and three children. Mark Charles born in 1883, John William born in 1885 and Frances Allen born in 1890. William was shown as a Labourer - Braintree Local Board on his childrens b/certs and his own d/cert. I have never found a marriage for William. If you connect with this family I would love to hear from you. Heather
red mail Smith, Last
Are there any descendants of Frederick Smith, Ellen (Last) and Dora, Mary, Winifred and Sydney. Frederick was working as an Agricultural Foreman on a farm in Black Notley in 1901. They were originally from Suffolk.
red mail Tunbridge Family
Looking for family of Isaac TUNBRIDGE farmer Black Notley circa 1800 wife Phoebe, children Isaac F 1820 Martha R 1820 Charles e 1822, George d 1824
red mail Campin/Bale
Seeking info on descendants/ancestors of John Campin , a farmer in Essex in mid 1800s. He had a daughter Mary Ann who was born at Black Notley c1826. She married a Richard Bale at Southwark on 30/05/1852.
red mail Lucy Thorogood
Hi there, The above lady was baptized 17/12/1854 and was married to my ggfather William Savill 12/10/1872 but the marriage cert states Louisa Thorogood- probably as the banns state 'Lousa'. Any takers? Doug

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