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red mail Henry Ward from Brancaster
Can anyone shed any light on the following: Henry Ward - A Farm Labourer, living at Field House, Brancaster, Norfolk at date of 1841 & 1851 censuses. Married Susan (surname unknown). Their first child was also Henry Ward - born 1847 in Brancaster. Another son - John Frost Ward was born in 1852 in Brancaster and married Mary Ann Heyhoe (1852-1920) from Holm Hale, Norfolk. Any more info would be gratefully received.
red mail Bobbitt, Bobbet, Tillney
Samuel Bobbitt, the son of Robert and Hannah Tillney, was baptised at Brancaster on May 17th, 1795. Samuel's surname is also found as 'Bobbet' had been born on April 7th. Does anybody know if he was an only child or anything about his parents.
red mail Agnes Harper
She married Samuel Golding at Roughton on 22.2.1722. Born in Brancaster c 1705. Any information please?
red mail Thomas Hoye died 1467
Does anyone know of this man or his family? Wife Katherine. Sons Thomas and Richard. Daughter Johanna. Also mentioned in will, Thomas Lajoy, John Ancell, Robert Baysham.
red mail Fiddaman family of Brancaster
Anyone with any information on Fiddaman family, please? Thomas Fiddaman born Brancaster about 1797.
red mail Chosley Lane
Can you tell me where this isin Brancaster please? Cottenham family there 1841!
red mail sharley simmons
Simmons family born Brancaster (1861 census Sherley Simmons-sailor-born 1820). Has anyone info on this line of my family tree.
red mail Rebecca Bircham
Am looking for members of the Bircham Family. Rebecca Bircham may have been my great great great grandmother born in 1787. She married William Brown on 24th Dec. 1809 in Brancaster.
red mail Davis Of Brancaster, Norfolk
Looking for missing family of John Nurse Davis and his wife Mary Spanton. They are buried outside the old main door of the Church of the Virgin (C of E) in Brancaster, North West Norfolk. He was the local schoolmaster 1828-1860 and "retired"to become the shopkeeper in the High St. Any info on old Brancaster appreciated.

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