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red mail Rev. Edward Kinloch Jones
My great-uncle was Rector of Blakeney from 1935 until his death there in 1941. He and his wife Grace had chldren, Isabella Kinloch Jones and Thomas Kinloch Jones born 1903 and 1910 respectively and there was another daughter called Betty Kinloch Jones (d.o.b.unknown) who later became the wife of Andrew Stevenson, Headmaster of Norwich School during the 1950's I would welcome any news of any descendants of these people.
red mail Pond
My mother's family, the Ponds, all came from Blakeney and surrounds. They owned an ironmongery in Blakeney High Street which is now an art gallery/shop I believe. They also owned houses on either side of this. My great x2 grandfather was William Starling Pond b 1858. His antecedents came from , I think, Langham. We are related by marriage to the Starlings, Thompsons and the Dickersons. I am hoping to discover what became of William's siblings, Emma,Arthur, Jessie, Markby, Howard and Florence.
red mail Dickerson
Dickerson Sarah Ann b 1834 in Blakeney m William Starling Pond 1857 father John Dickerson. I am looking for information on both the Pond and the Dickerson families
red mail SPARHAM
Looking for information on my GGG Grandfather James Sparham b.1792 in Blakeney and his wife my GGG Grandmother Julia Widder Sparham nee Mills. They owned a farm in Walsingham. It was 200 acres and employed 29 labourers. Frederick Sparham b.1829 is my gg grandfather. Am doing research so would be glad of any info
red mail Simpson
Looking for further info on Richard Simpson, born 1831, who married Sarah Ewen in 1858 in Freebridge Lynn. I know he was a mariner whose family lived in Blakeney, Congham and King's Lynn.
red mail Fuller of Blakeney
Looking for information on possible sibblings and parents of Richard Fuller born c1820.
red mail BULLEN family
Looking for info about Thomas Jonathan (or Jonathan Thomas) BULLEN born in Holt, Norfolk but lived in Blakeney. Married Maria (formerly HURN, nee THOMPSON) who was born in Blakeney. Moved as a family to Lowestoft/Kirkley area ~ 1860.
I am looking for information the the Mayes family who where born in Blakeney, Norfolk. Some of the family moved into Wells Next to Sea.
red mail Isaac Mann
I am looking for any information on my great grandfather who was a master mariner and lived in Blakeney around 1850.
red mail Load(e)s
I am looking for anyone researching the name Load(e)s from Blakeney. The lived in Loads Yard Blakeney.
Grimes family from Blakeney
I am looking for Grimes' from the Blakeney area of Norfolk. My father Christopher Stanley Grimes was born in Blakeney in the 1920's. Would be grateful for any contacts.
red mail Starling, Blakeney
I am interested in making contact with anyone who has Starling connections in Blakeney. I have a complete family tree back to 1545, with family contacts in UK and other countries, and would be pleased to share information.
De Redder, De Ridder, Baines , Warnes Families
Interested in ANY info regarding these families in early 1800's in Blakeney region. Also, ship wrecks that occured near Blakeney 1813-1830 period.
red mail starling
I am looking for connections my grandfather was Thomas and great grandfather william everett Starling. I now live in Australia but visit uk frequently
red mail Thomas Yeoman(s) (b1802 Hardingham) and his wife Mary (b 1817 Blakeney)
My gg grandparents were living at Blakeney around 1845-1854 where their sons Edmund Jarvis and Thomas were born.
red mail Humphries
Mary Humphries b about 1848. parents unknown, but father may have been ship builder(Does that sound feasible?)Moved to Staff and married George Goodfellow . Help
red mail Jarvis
John Jarvis born c. 1806 in Blakeney, married Elizabeth Benton, born Hilgay 1809, in Kettlestone in 1831. Died and buried in Brinton 7th October 1868. His dauaghter, Elizabeth, born Thursford 1843, married Robert E. Thompson of South Creake.

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