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red mail smith/stock/drane
looking for information on ggg grandfather John Smith born 25/1/1807,married Mary Ann Stock 8/2/1829.His parents James Smith and Ann Drane married 29/11/1796.Any help connecting these families greatly appreciated.
red mail Scudder Giver
Thomas Scudder married Martha Giver 1769, perhaps she was from Little Sampford, any info on these two families much appreciated.
looking for decendants of either of these families who lived here latter part of 19th century. Kate Alger nee Buttle born 1875 had some of her children here early 20th century.
red mail Joseph Digby
Joseph was baptised 17.04.1791 in Little Sampford, Essex. His parents were Thomas Digby (1764 - 1844) and Elizabeth Wakefield (1771 - 1850). I believe he had seven siblings. Thomas was born in Finchingfield, Essex, of Joseph Digby and Sarah Suckling; he may have had two or three siblings. Can anyone help with BMD's of Joseph's relatives and other family details, please?
Samuel Francis
Have info on Francis family from Little Sampford parish registers. Please e-mail me for details
red mail Giver/Guyver
Thomas Hawkes of Great Sampford married Esther/Easter Giver/Guyver 18.08.1754 at Little Sampford. I would appreciate receiving any family details of bride and grroom. Derek
red mail Samuel Francis - Little Sampford
Samuel Francis born about 1775 - married a Frances ? date unknown. Children were James b 28 Oct 1804, William b 18 Feb 1812,John b 24 June 1815, Elizabeth b 7 June 1815, Charles b 16 Feb 1818, Hannah b 15 April 1819. Can anyone help with more information please.

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