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red mail Baxter Family also in Houghton
1901 census for starters Civil parish: Huntingdon St Mary Ecclesiastical parish: Huntingdon St Mary and St Benedict County: Huntingdonshire Country: England Street Address: 22 High Street, Huntingdon John Baxter 36 Houghton, Monumental Mason Julia Louisa Baxter 35 Piddletrenthide, Dorset Roselie Masie Dixon Baxter 7 Cambridge Blanche Elsworth Baxter 6 Irene Marion Baxter 4 Katheleen Julia Baxter 3 After Kathleen's birth a son was born Jack Baxter
red mail Cross family
Help! Bertie cross 1886 m 1916 to Sarah Lewin 1894 son Walter G 1920/1983 St. Ives Hunts - 2nd marriage 1978 Hunts to Molly Dear/Sharman both had previous marriages dissolved, traced a 1st marriage for Walter in 1954 to Margaret Devereux Olpin in Derbyshire with a sin born 1957 as this is out of the area wondered if this is the right marriage, also unable to trace any records for Molly Dear/Sharman!!!!!
red mail William Maycock
Has anyone come across the name of William Maycock who died in Huntingdon in 1940. His widow, Lucy, remarried some eight years later, and moved to Downham where she died in 1969.i
Mary Ann Low b sept 1856. Married George Jabez wright. Parents were Jacob Low (1827-1903) and Lucy Cross (1825-1915). Jacobs father was John Low and Lucys was William Cross. Anyone got any info much appreciated.
red mail Rout-Mase-Carter Huntingdon
Looking for ancestors of Job Rout (1763-1842) and his wife Elizabeth (Bet) Mase (1771?-1861). They married Huntingdon 1792 (All Saints & St John). Were their parents also born in Huntingdon? Similarly, parents of William Carter who married Job Rout's daugter Bet Rout (b1803) in 1824 (All Saints & St John).
red mail John Yarrow
John Yarrow born C1790 Whitton, Huntingdon and married Sarah Merry in March, Cambs 20-10-1813. Tailor by trade. Any information about his parents and birth would be appreciated.Thanks Jenny
red mail mathew hopkins , st neots
I`m looking for Mathew Hopkins,umbrella maker born at St Neots Huntingdon 1800, his wife was Mary Swinburn their son william came to live in S,Wales
Avery Cox
Avery Cox of St. Benedict, Huntingdon married Parish Deighton on 15 June 1828. Parish Deighton was transported to Australia in May of 1836 for theft. What happened to Avery Cox Deighton? Parish Deighton did not return to England.
red mail Huntingdon Linfords
Looking to correspond with anyone related to James Linford, his father was Mace Linford and his mother was Jane Bullimore, they all dwelled in Huntingdon. James married at least twice, his first wife was Sarah and his second wife was Elizabeth. My great grandfather Robert Linford was 19 in 1881 and living with James and his family, James listed Robert as his nephew. I'm trying to discover Robert's mother and father.
red mail Little Paxton
Any imformation on James Braybrook who married Ann Warrin in 1745 in Little Paxton.
red mail Rusts Of Huntingdon
Has anybody put together a tree for the Rust family of Huntindon and Cambridge. I know about Alconbury House and James and George Rust but its the early Rusts Im interested in as they seem to so wealthy On one side I have the wealthy land owners related to Capabilty Brown whos daughter marries into the family and then on the other hand I have the poorer Rusts who work on the land I would love to hear from anyone who has info and I have Essex info in return My father spoke of a fall out in the family in earlier times Regards Mavis
red mail CATER of Huntingdon/Middlesex
I descend from Bardolph CATER b. circa 1765 Huntingdon. F/O David Bardolph CATER b 1799 d 1862 St. Pancras MIDDLESEX. David is my gg grandfather. Interested in hearing from anyone of this line. Any help appreciated, thanks. Gerry
red mail Maycock family
Has anyone any knowledge of the Maycock family from the Huntingdon area. Have found one mentioned on the first world war memorial at Ramsey - Edgar, son of Sam and Elizabeth Maycock who lived at 1 Gunthorpe Road Werrington, and was a native of Ramsey Hollow. Any leads would be very much appreciated, as I have hit a brick wall !
red mail allen family
Hello i am trying to find info on the allen family from huntingdon( robert. matthew john emily frances they also have london ties (thomas, robert ann) a few of their names, if you have these in your records please get in touch thank you
red mail Carter/st ives
I am looking for descendents of John Carter born 1822 in St ives huntingdon. He married Elizabeth Claxton in December1846 in Kings Lynn Norfolk he was 24 years old. Daughter Mary Ann was born in 1849 in Pinchbeck Norfolk. Son William was born in 1851 born in Kings Lyn Norfolk In 1851 the family was living in Kings Lynn Norfolk living at new conduit street He was workings as a carpenters labourer. Mother Elizabeth was 25. Children Mary Ann and William were with them. His sister in law Jane Claxton was living with them she was a nurse and 17 years old. Unmarried. Born in Rudham. Daughter Elizabeth was born in 1858 in Romford Barking Essex. In 1861 the family was living in Union Road Barking Essex Children Mary, Elizabeth and William was with them. John was working as a railway Laborer. does any of this sounds familiar?? shell
I'm looking for any information on the Skeggs family from Huntingdon. Particulary Fanny Skeggs born c. 1823. I think her father was Thomas Skeggs and her mother was called Ann (surname unknown). Fanny was married to John Miller they lived in Cambridge and they had several children all with the surname Skeggs Miller. In 1871 I find Fanny Skeggs in the Cambridge Union Workhouse with a son called Phillip Skeggs while the rest of the family are all still living together in Cambridge. Does anyone know why?
red mail Wood and Ingrams Nurseries
Wood/Ingram/Rumsey. My ancestor Sidney Erroll Rumsey married Elizabeth Mary Ingram in 1913, she was the daughter of Thomas Kendall Ingram, who I believe was part of the Wood and Inghams Nurseries. Any information on Wood/Ingram/Rumsey would be appreciated.
red mail Shelton/Thackray/Baxter/Murkett
George shelton married Mary Thackray. Son Emmanuel married (1) Martha Louisa Baxter (2) Alice Murkett.
Dorrington, Jacob and Lucas
I am looking for details of Jacob family in Huntingdon from around 1793. Parents Jonathan and June? , son Charles. Dorrington family from brampton, Spaldwick, Buckdne and great Staughton. Lucas family in Huntingdon marriage 1885 George Henry to Sarah Jacob
red mail Weaver and Barter
I live in Australia and am researching the Weaver and Barter sides of the family. The details I have are: George Alfred Weaver born about Jul/Aug/Sep 1853. I don't know WHERE he was born or who his parents were but I believe he married Clara Barter on 5th March 1877 in Adelaide, Australia. Clara's parents were Henry Barter and Rebecca Crouch who married in Collingbourne Kingston in England in 1846. They emmigrated to Australia in 1854 on the Navarino. I can't find any more info than this so I wonder if my dates and details are correct. If anyone can help I will be most appreciative, Thankyou in advance, Carol.
red mail Dorrington & Livett families in Buckden Huntingtdon
Looking for any Dorrington, & Livetts, from Huntingdon, and from surrounding areas.
red mail Do you have any of these surnames in your tree?
Looking for anybody connected to any of the following families PAGE(Hail Weston), BANKS (Bluntisham), BURTON (Hail Weston,St Neots) CARTER(Hail Weston, Alconbury Cum Weston), EAKINS/EKINS (Great Staughton), KING (Hail Weston,Buckden), MASON (Brampton), MITCHELL (Kimbolton) WHITMEE, ARCHER, REVELL (Yelling and Cambs)
huntingdon family
trying to trace family called radwell who lived in huntingdon father was called obadiah mother martha jane lawson son born 1884 called frank lawson
red mail Sanders Bedford
looking for info on parents of Sanders Bedford b abt 1796 in huntingdon. Wife Elizabeth Cox b abt 1799 Warbuoys.Spent most of their life in Eastrea where they had 7 children
I am researching the family roots of Thomas Jakes, Ropemaker from Huntingdon. Married to Sarah Morton. Father of Sarah, who married a Henson and Elizabeth, who married a Harbour. Thomas Jakes died in May 1891, aged 71 years. Do any of them appear in your family tree?
red mail Pumfrett of Huntingdon
I am looking for any information of the Pumfrett family from Huntingdon. They were brewers and owned the Falcon Pub and brewery for a number of years. When it was sold George Brighty Pumfrett joined the army and lost touch with the rest of his family. Also interested in his mother's family, the Brighty's of Ramsey and what happened to them.
red mail James Dickerson
Seeking information about James Dickerson. 1881 census has him living in London and born Huntingdon in 1830. Only James Dickerson I have found for this year was born in Winwick. Not sure if they are the same person. Any help gratefully received. Chris.
Searching for info./descendants of Edward KEY, possibly born late 1700s in Huntingdon. Edward became a hairdresser, as did his son Edward Ratnett and daughters Rachel/Emma Sarah. Edward Ratnett died in Huntingdon in 1851 (drowning accident). Thereis also a connection with Northampton and the East End of London. Any info. most welcome - many thanks.
red mail J. Pascoe
I have a watercolor painting done by J. Pascoe who was my great Aunt Rose Baxter's art teacher in Huntingdon. Does anyone have any information on him?
red mail Huntingdon, baxter
John and Julia Baxter owned a monument shop on High Street. John was a stone mason. They had four children, Blanche, Kathleen, Irene, Rose, and Jack. They immigrated to Toronto, Ca in the late 1800's. John Baxter was actually born in Glasgow, Scotland. Julia's maiden name was Ellsworth and her family was of french descent and owned a candy factory near Devon. Julia's family was very much against the marriage as John Baxter was a stonemason. The family were members of St. Mary's church.
red mail Huntingdon Balmer's
John Balmer and wife Elizabeth were members of Huntingdon's All Saints Church around 1800....they baptized Mary Ann(1801), John(1803), William(1804), Louisa (1807) and my gggrandfather James (1809) at the Church. John and his sons were ornamental plasterer's doing fancy ceiling works throughout the U.K....John (Jr) and William continued the family business in Hunts while my James moved to Cambridge to start his own.

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