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LAWS William
born 1731 m.1777 Mary WATT b.1751 Aylsham, Nolfolk. Any information please regarding his ancestors.
red mail baker the rookery
hi trying to do a family tree,traced grandparents father to the rookery buxton aylsham nothing i do seems to go back any further
red mail Mary Ames
I am looking for any information about Mary Ames or Amies, born in Buxton, Norfolk about 1846. She had a son - John Thornton - and later moved to Islington, London and married a Frederick Ames sometime between 1863 and 1871
red mail riches
looking for any information on Reuben Riches born in buxton in approx 1849 he later moved to gt.yarmouth where he married Jane Wells.
red mail Frankling millers and bakers
Thomas Frankling and Hepzibah Dawson married about 1758, raised a large family in Buxton Norfolk. Their son James was a miller at Stiffkey, as was James' son Felix born 1787, and Felix's son Felix born 1812, and his son Felix born 1834. Another Felix Frankling born 1811, son of James' brother Samuel, was a miller too at nearby Binham. I am looking for a Felix Frankling born about 1834 who migrated to New Zealand or Australia
red mail Frankling family of Buxton Norfolk
Felix Frankling was born at Buxton about 1770. In 1851 he was a retired Naval Commander living in Portsmouth with his widowed sister Maria, and a cousin Sophia Hayne, unmarried, aged 54, also born Buxton. Felix and his wife, Amelia Snook, had named a daughter Sophia Hayne Frankling, so they must have been closely associated.
red mail Re Rebecca Howe
I should of been more clear in my previous message, I am looking for her parents if anyone can help.
red mail Buxton , Howe
Looking for a Pebecca Howe who married a John Laws, he was born abt 1814 in Buxton freethorpe, he was a policeman. Any help appreciated Thank you.
red mail West
Looking for info Christopher West b.1728
red mail Charles Cook
Charles Cook was my Gt. Grandfather, he married Alice Flatman, had a son Herbert b.31st.Dec.1870. Any information on my Gt. Grandparents would be appreciated.
red mail Lydia Mildred
Lydia Mildred b c1786 in Buxton, Norfolk. Died c 1871 Skeyton, Norfolk. Was my grt grandmotherx3. She married my grt grandfatherx3 Edward Storey. Mildred is an unusual surname. Does any one have any other information on these ancestors of mine ? Thanks Jackie
red mail Buxton-Norfolk
Looking for relatives of Squire William Beck b. 1802 of Buxton Norfolk & wife Maria b.1800. Had a son named William & who moved to 15 Heath Rd Battersea with wife Lydia,( no surname, born in Lammas Norfolk) Had a son Charles, Daughter's Jane, Lydia, and Mary. Also a sister Maria who lived in Battersea.
red mail Rust / Andrews and Dunnings
Researching my family tree and it mainly concerns Buxton for the above names Andrews from the 1830's Rust from about 1800 and Dunning from at laest early 1600's, anyone with or wanting info please get in contact. Steve
red mail Navel Lt. Edward Samuel Taylor, Buxton
Born 1792 Aylsham, Norfolk to Samuel & Lydia Taylor. Married Harriet Hayne of Buxton Dec. 30, 1816. Harriet daughter of Michael & Mary (Frankling) Hayne. Edward & Harriet had Charles Hayne 1830, Herbert 1833 and Herbert 1836. Would beinterested in knowing if there were other children and about life in Buxton in their lifetime.
red mail Lowe, Buxton Norfolk
Researching the name LOWE in Buxton, Norfolk. My family lived there up to the 19th century before leaving the county. I've built up a quite large collection of records relating to the village and all names connected with it. I'm happy to share this with anyone else who has an interest in the parish.

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