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red mail Joseph Ginn (born 1806)
I am interested in finding anything about Joseph Ginn, born 1806 in Eynesbury. In 1828 he married Mary Ann Garner in Wapping and lived in East London working as a Tailor until his death in 1881. In census records he gives his place of birth as Eynesbury, Huntingdonshire, but as yet I can find nothing further about his birth or parents. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail Abbott family
I'm looking for any members of the Abbott family who lived in Eynesbury in 1938. James Abbott died in Chatteris 1938 and from the funeral report one of the wreaths was from his brothers and sisters in Eynesbury. Any help would be appreciated
Bath, Ann
Looking for any information on a Bath family in Eynesbury and in particular an Ann Bath who was born in 1820
red mail The Caress / Bull family.
Sarah Bull married William Caress .They had two sons.The Bull Family of St.Neots were master Builders. Our family were Centered around The Huntingdonshire /Kimbolton region.We lived in Eynesbury.The first house we lived in was In St.Marys Street,Then we moved to Montague Street.Can anyone send further info of The Bull family.I am looking for info on Nigel Bull.He was a distant Cousin.
red mail Lawson
Looking for anything about a Stephen Lawson who lived in Eynesbury in the 1940s/50s/60s. He died in 1971. Any news would be appreciated
red mail edward howard
My paternal grandfather, Edward Sudbury Howard was born in Eynesbury, St Neots, circa 1865. He is shown on the 1871 census as a visitor to William and Mary Knight at Eynesbury. His father, William was born in Carlton-on-Trent and his mother Mary Elizabeth nee Willmore was born in St Neots. Any info re the Willmore or Howard family history would be much appreciated. William was a shoeing smith and, until moving to Nottingham Edward, at 16, was a blacksmith.
red mail Richard Smith/Ann King
I am trying to find out the parents of Richard Smith who married Ann King in Eynesbury in 1760. would appreciate any help
red mail dixie
looking for information on joseph dixie b.1796.married ann clark and family.
red mail Harness makers and Saddlers
Looking for any information about harness makers and saddlers in this area. My g grandfather, William Villers born 1819 in Burton on Trent, gave this as his occupation in the 1861, 71 and 81 Census for Eynesbury. Any help much appreciated
red mail Titmus Northfield Quin
Gabriel Titmus b.1823? married Mary Quin b.1849 Waresley (her family from Ireland. Any info.appreciated) Their son, Charles Frederick Titmus married Esther Northfield 1893 at Eynesbury. Would love to hear of any descendants. - Julie
red mail Corn, Booth
Edward Albert Corn b.1855 Toseland, married Martha Booth b.1857 Sutterton, at Surfleet 1874. Settled back in St Neots. Census tracing 1871, 1891,1901. No trace on 1881. Has anyone any information? Would be much appreciated.
red mail Dilley
I am trying to trace the family of George Dilley born Eynesbury in about 1800. George moved away and married Elizabeth from Wiltshire, with their first child, John, being born in Bristol. A John Dilley born in Eynesford in 1807 named 3 of his sons, William, John and Thomas, as did George. I feel therefore they must be related. There were several other Dilleys born in Eynesford in the 1851 census. Can anyone provide a link with George ?
red mail Thomasin Lawson, Dixey or Voss
Entered as Thomasin surname Lawson in Spaldwick parish record of her marriage to John Fairey, but appears in other places as Voss or Dixey. She was born in Eynesbury in 1808. Can you please solve the mystery?
Am seeking details in respect of Archibald Victor Whittemore, born Eynesbury c 1892 and living in Luke St in WW1 when he served with the Bedfordshire Yeomanry. Possibly known also as Joe Whittemore. Any personal/family information appreciated.
Am seeking details of Frederick James Howe born 1893 in Eynesbury. Lived Luke St in WW1 when he served with the Bedfordshire yeomanry. Any information appreciated. Believe brother served with the Bedfordshire Regiment.
red mail tracing family tree
I am trying to trace any member of the brace family who reside in or around Eyensbury My great great grandfathers name was george brace married to susan. My grandfathers name was John and he was born in 1869 and was married to Jane Croft at st neots in July/Sept ??? my father was born in Kettering Northants where I was also born I now live in North East and would be grateful for any assistance by any members living in these areas regards George
red mail CROWFOOT/HOLLIS Marriage
John Crowfoot& Anne Hollis were married in Eynesbury Church 23rd August 1819. Witnessed by John Hollis..John's occupation is listed as Shoemaker/Cordwainer...The births of 6 children are also registered at Eynesbury...Anne Hollis was born in St.Neots...Thanks, Sue Ellen
Seeking any details of Walter James Stracey Cook born 1894 and lived Eynesbury (or family) Served with the Bedfordshire Yeomanry in WW1 but transferred to the Liverpool Rgt and was killed in action in November 1917.
Any information appreciated on John Frederick Allen b 1893 and living Eynesbury, or family of same. Served Bedfordshire Yeomanry WW1 and wounded October 1918.
red mail MIMS/MIMMS
John & Lydia MIMMS(nee ENDERSBY) had 11 children here between 1788 and 1806, all but one survived to adulthood. Their son James was my 3x gt g'father. he went to Southwark, but other branches of the family stayed in Hunts/Beds/Cambs. Does anyone connect with this family?
red mail Basketmakers
My gggrandfather was Amos FREEMAN a basketmaker born about 1819 in this village. His wife was Martha MASON. Any info. welcome.

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