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red mail Eldred and Noon
Looking for Eldreds and / or Noons from Feering in Essex My great grandfather, Charles William Eldred, was born there 1st Jan 1843 - have birth cert - and his mother, Maria Ann Noon,born circa 1815, claims on later census returns to have been born there Maria married Thomas Eldred in 1838 at Weedon Beck, Northamptonshire, and by 1851 census they were established there Can find no Eldreds or Noons in 1841 census for Feering and Weedon Beck's 1841 census is lost
red mail Clark / Chapman
Seeking info. on Clarks and Chapmans who lived in Kelvedon and Coggeshall respectively. William Lenard Clark was later a policeman in Bushy, Herts., and was born 1865. Married Hannah Chapman 1887 at Braintree. She was born 1863. The father of one of them may have been a shoemaker in one of these villages. Any feedback appreciated.
red mail Joseph Skingley
Looking for info on Joseph Skingley b 1771 and wife Mary (nee Manning) b 1784
red mail HARDING
Any information on the Harding family living in and around Feering c1835 would be much appreciated.
Howard family
Any information relating to the Howard family who lived in Feering in the mid 1800s would be welcome
red mail Stowers Feering Essex
Hi I am looking for my fathers side of the family surname STOWERS they were born in Feering in the 1800's in particular William Stowers and wife Ann Rodgers Stowers nee Wood living 1881 Old Road Feering William was a farm labourer and his father also William was a gardener. any information however small please contact thanks
red mail Mary Ann Motts
Looking for information on Martha Motts & William Motts (Husband & Wife) both listed as being 60 in 1871 and living in Feering. They are believed to be the parents of Mary Anne my G G Grandmother.
red mail Thomas CORNWELL
Thomas CORNWELL b.c. 1793 at Feering, Essex. LDS records only go back as far as 1801. Does anyone know anyting about this man's birth detail and family connection?
red mail Gilson William & Hannah
William Gilson emigrated to Plymouth Colony in North America before 1634 with his sister Hannah's children, John and Hannah Damon. William and his wife Frances, who were childless, came from Feering. His sister's family was from Tenterden, Kent. William and his nephew built the first windmill in Plymouth Colony, suggesting he may have been a miller. Please contact me if you have any information about either the Gilson or the Damon family. I can provide a great deal of information about descendants of John Damon, of which there are a significant number here in the States. Many thanks!
Searching for this surname. Later moved to Great Coggeshall, Essex (around 1760) and then Lechlade, Gloucester (around 1810).

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