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red mail Looking for Dewing and Brown families
The earliest I have for these families is Jane Dewing & Richard Brown who Married at Cawston in 1712. I'm looking for ancestors and descendants, and happy to share what I already have.
red mail Allen Family - Cawston, Hevingham, Swanton Abbott
Hi, I am currently researching my Allen ancestors and have hit a brick wall when it comes to John Allen, who was born around 1772. He married a Mary (surname unknown) and they had five children between 1802-1809 all of which are baptised in Cawston. Only the middle child, James, survived. However I cannot find a birth or death for either John or Mary, nor their marriage... Their son James married and had a family in Hevingham and the next generation also lived in Swanton Abbott before my great great grandfather moved to North Woolwich around 1890 - Would love to hear from anybody with any information on the Allen families of this area of Norfolk - Many thanks, Gemma
red mail details of Cawston Smockmill
Would like photographs or any information on Cawston mill that was burnt down and owned by the Pye family
red mail John and/or William Thomas Goss
Does anybody have any information on the two people? They lived at Eastgae in the early 1800's before moving to Norwich
red mail Woodhouse
John Woodhouse was born in Cawston c.1800. I know he married Mary Dix (daughter of Matthew Dix and Martha Thornton) in Antingham in 1828. In the 1851 census he was residing at Gunton Lodge with his family where he worked as a gamekeeper. Any information about this Woodhouse family and John's line in particular gratefully received
red mail savage
Robert Savage,born 1791, Cawston, living in Southgate.Wife Mary,children George,James,Maria,Thomas.My g.g.g.g.grandfather. Son James moved to Ashington Northumberland, between 1861-1871.earlier history not known.
red mail Austin of Cawston
Reuben William Austin was born at Cawston in 1841.His parents were Abel Austin and Charlotte(Sarah) Dyer. I am trying to locate details of his siblings Mary Anne , Alice and Herbert.
red mail Austin
Mary Anne Austin was born in Cawston C1840 and died at 23 Grafton Street London during the late 1800's.She was residing with a family with the surname of Ogilvy.I am trying to locate details of her death and of her two siblings Alice and Herbert.
red mail Tubby family
From 1770 to the present, many Tubby families lived here. Spouses include Savage, Manning, Barrett, Wells, Cox, Bacon, Starling, Lakey, Joyce, Soame, Hall, Ling, Deacon, Southgate, Warner, Voutt, Wright, Crowe, Watling, Chapman, Stearman, and that's just to 1897.
red mail Emma Clarke
Trying to find details of Emma Clarke who was formerly Emma Seely, born Postwick 1838 of john Seely and Mary Rudrum. She vanishes from the record after 1867, dies in the Aylsham district, and is buried in Postwick with her sister who died in the 1860s. A Great Uncle remembers an Aunt in Cawston - but if it is Emma, it is his Great Aunt! There was a farmer Clarke here at the time. Husband? The Seelys not to be confused with the Salle mafia!
red mail Otway
Any Otways of Cawston - please contact me.
red mail Causton/Cawtson surname
This village is thought to be the main source of the Causton/Cawston surname which is found mainly in England but also Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand. Pre 1600 the spelling of this village name was Causton

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