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Messing, Beckwith
I am a direct male line descendant to David Beckwith born 1791 from Messing, Essex, he is my 4 x Gt. Grandfather he is the brother of Thomas Beckwith from Rivenhall, during Thomas' life he ran the Western Arms PH, was the farmer of Whiteheads, carpenter, blacksmith and shopkeeper. Hoping now to confirm who their father was. During Davids life he was a Baker, ran the Swan PH at Hordon on the Hill, the Cock & Magpie PH at Stanford le Hope. I have found out a lot about them but cannot seem to confirm who their father was?
red mail Abbott, Lucking, Harvey
I'm looking for any information about these family names who all lived in or near Messing up to a hundred years ago. Other addresses include Inworth, Tiptree Heath, Layer Marney etc.
Messing ; Inworth
John Bonner of Messing married Rachel Davis / Davies of Inworth in 1772.They had two sons : John 1776,William 1787 , both born in Messing.They had a daughter, Rachel,who was born in Tolleshunt Knights in 1805.Any info please contact me ,thanks in advance.
Land seizure 1722
Does anyone know of a place called Little Doubles and Great Doubles,somewhere near Messing.? It was mentioned in the court Roll for1722,as a part of Mathew Bonner's lands seized after his death in 1718.
Isaac Bonner born circa1697 Messing
Isaac was the son of Mathew and Margaret Bonner of Messing.I think that I have found his marriage to Amy Hughes in Messing on June the 1st. 1720.Can anyone help me to verify that he is the same Isaac,as the one born in 1697.If anyone has any info.on this family,please, please contact me. Regards Liz.
Messing 1756
Mary Porter married John Bonner in1756 in Messing.They had at least ,3 children,Mary , Lucy and John.Does anyone have any information on this family?
Am looking for any info. on the Bonner family 18th and 19th centuries
birch airfield messing
looking for any families that lived on birch airfield in about 1951-1955 in the nissen huts i lived in one on messing corner a lot of people moved from messing to wormingfod airfield all people were waiting to move into council houses can anyone help
Bourchiers hall Will of Matthew Bonner 1718
Have the will of Mathew Bonner who once held lands around this Hall which he mentions in the will of 1718.He married Margaret ? and had three sons ;- Isaac baptised 1695;Ogden 1702;Johnathan 1703.Mathew was a carpenter.who also held copyhold lands as well as other land which he purchased from the parishioners of Messing.He also mentions in this will that he purchased from a Nathaniel Abbot ,land and tenements.He appears to have left all to his wife for her natural life .The sons inherited from their mother.Does anyone have any links with this family?I think he may be an ancestor of mine .but have no proof.Have since researched Mathew's marriage to Margaret Ogden.Date 19 03 1690 St. James Dukes Place London.
red mail Ralph hills
researching the HILLS family who were connected to PRESTEAD HALL. Ralph is my grandfather and his father, John ,also farmed at Prestead Hall with his wife Lucy. Can anyone help?
red mail Cranmer
Am looking for anyone that has any information on the Cranmer`s, they lived in Messing,but also in surrounding village`s.Would love to find out where they came from and where they went!!Am a direct decendant.
red mail Beckwith
Am looking for any information on the beckwith`s of Messing,anybody with any information at all would be lovely!! Am a direct decendant.
red mail Fuel (surname)
Hello I have a Henrietta Fuel in my tree. She was born in 1820 in Messing. Anybody got any Fuels in their tree ?? thanks Jenny
red mail charles hills
looking for family info on Charles Hills born c1911, married to May Hume. Any help please?!
red mail HULL family
I am looking for any information relating to the descendants of James HULL b. 1802 who married Phoebe CORNWELL. James & Phoebe had 14 children born between 1829 & 1851.
red mail Hull
I am researching my grandmother Alice Maud Hull b May 7th 1893 d Nov 4th 1920 age 27. She was born in Messing, Essex. She had siblings, Ada b 1897, Beatrice b 1899, Ada b 1897, Edward(Isaac Edward) b1902 and I believe there was another called Amy. These children were born to William Hull b 1867 and Emily Hellen b 1872 in Messing. William Hull's parents were Everitt (Everard ) Hull b 1846 and Zilpah Clark. b 1847. Everitt (Everard) Hull's parents were James Hull b 1804 and Phobe Cornwall b 1809 from Kelvedon Essex. these Hull's were living in Messing ( source Census 1841, 1881 any information on this family would be appreciated. I am a direct descendent of this family
red mail Bass
Searching for details of John Alma Bass and familiy, born Messing ca 1855 son of Charles Bass born Witham 1819 and Mary Ann Bass born ca 1823 Messing
red mail Gulson - Brickmakers
Researching the Gulson name in villages of Messing & Great Totham during 1800s. They were brickmakers and 3 Gulson brothers emigrated to Australia mid 1850s to start a brickworks in Goulburn, NSW. Any information welcome. Helen
red mail Hull
researching my family tree finding out most of them came from around the Messing area GGG Grandparents James and Phoebe nee Cornwell.
red mail Cousins.Cozens, Chignell and Hull
I am looking for the birth of Elizabeth Cozens abt 1805 whose fathers name was Robert on her marriage to Robert Chignell on 5/1/1826 at Inworth Essex. Robert Chignell died about 1839 and Elizabeth married Jacob Hull abt 1815 from Wigborough Essex in September 1840at Witham Essex.Elizabeth had 7 children starting with Robert Chignell 1827, Mary Ann 1829, Eliza 1830, Rhoda 1832, Elizabeth 1835, Sarah Ann 1837, and William 1838. She had none by Jacob.
red mail Bush
The ancestors of President George Bush came from Messing. Colleen
red mail Hull
Researching my Hull ancestors who have lived in the gorgeous little village of Messing for many centuries. Colleen

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