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red mail Flamstead Village War Memorial
Working with the active encouragement of the Flamstead Society and the Parish Council, in November 2007 I began a project to create a written record of the lives of those men named on the Village War Memorial. Since that time we have identified a further 25 men from the Parish who lost their lives in WW1 but who are not named on the Memorial. I have also been able to find out some information on another 150 men from the Parish who fought in the 1914-18 conflict but survived and came home again. I would be happy to share any information on men serving in the Armed Forces from the Parish during either of the two World Wars (although the information we hold is strongly WW1 biased). I would also welcome additional information that would help us build up a better picture of any of these individuals. Simon
Peacock - 1700s
John Peacock born Flamstead 1792. Parents James P and Dorothy Coules. John had five sisters. The family traces further back to 1709. Has anyone any history of the movements of the Peacocks, the employments, etc.?
red mail SPARY - Flamstead/Markyate
I am researching my maiden name of Spary and have a detailed tree going back to beyond 1777 when John Spary of Boyton, Wilts, was born and came to Flamstead/Markyate around 1800 and started his very large brood! If anyone has any information or would like to ask about my tree, please contact me. Thanks for your interest.
red mail Thomas Miller/s of Flamstead
does anyone have any info on Thomas Miller/s and his family who I believe came from Flamstead? He married Sarah Martin, and they had 2 boys : Harry and William? Any info would be great. Many thanks
red mail Bone family
Straw people. My first is George Bone 1794. Is there anyone also aware that the Bone family resided in Flamstead for several generations. Are there any today? I would be very thankful for any help on my ancestry.
red mail Shepherd
Any information on the Shepherd family in this area would be greatly appreciated.:-D.
Is anyone researching the Hooker family of Flamstead? I am looking specifically for William and Elizabeth Hooker and their daughter Mary, who married Thomas Sanders of Cheshunt. Any leads gratefully received Jill
red mail hoar
can anyone help me find out where thomas hoar came from before they settled in flamstead, thomas's wife was called mary. need to find out her surname? thanks in advance
red mail Help Please
I am researching Family History of GREGORY. I know late father in laws (grand)parents were born possibly Flamstead, or close by. I have a George and Emillie(?) Gregory with son William Henry and more children-unknown. I belive they were something to do with hat industry - sewing or similar. Late Father in law recalls walking, as a child, from Luton to "aunts and uncles (Charlie?) at Trowley Bottom". My father in law was born 1909. Any info out there??
red mail Bull In, Markyate St, Flamstead
Michael Grigg of London and Dunstable purchased the lease of the Bull Inn, Markyate St, Flamstead in 1614. In 1679 John Grigg, innholder of Markyate St and wife Susan and Eleanor Grigg of Hadingham, widow of John Grigg, formerly of Flamstead, gentleman, deceased lease to George Briggs of Dunstable property at Cheverell's End, Flamstead. Is there any family connection between the two GRIGG events? Does anyone know more about the Grigg family of Flamstead? Terry
red mail Nears/Dunckley
I am researching Nears/Dunckley families, the Nears originated in Essex but married into the Dunckleys, any one any information please
red mail Coots of Flamstead
I'm looking for information on Eliza Coots ( or Cootes ?) she lived in Flamstead in 1841 and was a widow with several children. I believe she was born in Hatfield in 1808.Does anyone know her maiden name also name of her husband ?
red mail parish records
I knoe my Coot/Coote family has a long history in Flamstead and I have traced it back to 1780. I just need confirmation that I am on the right track!!!! I cant get to the local record offices as I live in Dorset but I would appreciate any info anyone has on Coote/Coot?ginger and Harwood families in Herts and am more than happy to research what I can from the resources I have. Many thanks Tara
red mail hoar family
help needed to trace the hoar family of henry rogers hoar. have got back to1799 so if anybody can please let me know. thanks
red mail Woodard/Woodward
Does anyone know of Brechwood/Beechwood? I am researching the Woodard/Woodward family from Flamstead but on a couple of the census returns one or two family member's birth place is down as Brechwood/Beechwood. Was this/is this near Flamstead?
red mail Weatherhead
My family were living in Flamstead and Kensworth in the early eighteen hundreds. I have a lot of information to share if anyone is interested.
red mail Catlin
Daniel Catlin his son John Catlin and his son George were farmers at Holtsmere Farm and later Pound Farm from 17xx until 1881. George had 9 children William, John Thomas, Mary Anne, Lizzie Jane, Emma Louise, Eliza Alice, Christiana Rose, Edith Isabell and Julia. John Thomas is my great grand father.
red mail Woodward Thomas
Info from 1901 census says Thomas Robert Woodward b. approx. 1870 in Flamstead. He married Emma Allen and moved to Luton. He was an undertaker. Would appreciate any info regarding him/his parents and family. Regards Anne
red mail Pie Corner Cottage, Flamstead
A relative, Thomas Chalkley and his wife, Martha, were living at Pie Corner Cottage on the 1881 Census. I was surprised to see how many other families were also living there - the Flittons, the Wrights, the Bones, the Dumbletons, the Godfreys, the Gingers, the Burgesses, the Bandys. This sounds bigger than a cottage - does anyone know anything about its history? I don't suppose it's still there?
red mail GINGER
i am looking for any information on a WILLIAM GINGER of STUDHAM i think his wife was MARY ANN
Is there any one needing help with family history on any names of this village i am willing to help any one as i have alot of records
red mail Ginger, David Flamstead
I am searching for anyone who may have more information on David Ginger born 1848 Flamstead. Married Charlotte Potton. And information on any other ginger from Flamstead.
red mail coots of herts
I am research my great grandfathers family in flamstead. his name was george coot born 1883, his father was Joseph born 1859 and we thing that Josephs father was Uriah coot born 1808. Gorges mother was elizabeth nee ginger and his siblings were Arthur 1884, Ernest 1887, Lizzy or emma E 1877, William 1778 frederick 1880 and sarah 1882. Any info on this family would be very much appreciated.
red mail Hill - Flamstead
The Hill family lived at Heavans Gate Farm in 1851 and managed the farm for Richard Pearce who was a welathy land owner at the time. The Head of the family was George Hill and his wife Martha who were born in Great Gaddesden. They had at least 9 children, George (1830), Abigail (1833), John (1835), Joseph (1837), William (1839), Faith (1841), Samuel (1842), Thomas, (1844) and Martha (1848).
red mail kilbeys in flamstead
Looking for any Kilbeys in Flamstead - grave markers, in-laws, ANYTHING would be appreciated. We believe they were residents of the village in the mid 1700s
Looking for any information on the BURGESS family (families)from Flamstead. In particular the families of Joseph Burgess and Mary Garrett, Matthew Burgess and Mary Bates. Many thanks.
red mail flamstead
i am looking for any one who is researching this village m.
I am researching the Hawkins family of Flamstead, Herts and their move to Redbourn,ending at Redbournbury Mill. I have traced them back to 1715, but where did they originally come from?
red mail Hill Family-trowley Bottom
I am interested in any information on four generations of my ancestors who were born in Flamstead and worked on Puddephats Farm. My Grandfather Herbert Hill was born 3rd May 1891 in Trowley Bottom. Frederick George Hill born March 1868, married Elizabeth Bonnick, born Flamstead, 29th June 1889. His father William Hill born <1838> in Flamstead, married Susan Bracey/Bracy, born in Flamstead, on 29th March 1857. William's Father was George Hill born <1789>. He married Martha Andrews 30th April 1831 in Ware Hertfordshire. If anybody can help with any information on these people I would be be very grateful
Ray And Deamer
I would like to swap information on the Ray and Deamer families of Flamstead
My convict ancestors Richard,William, Thomas,Judith and Joseph Millard were born in Flamstead 1785-1800...parents were Richard Millard and Frances Hall.
I have ancestors named Hoar in Flamstead from about 1650 to 1800 and am researching the name generally but particularly in Hertfordshire.

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