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red mail Looking for AMY ROBERTSON or ROBERTS
I'm trying to find some evidence to link Amy Robertson (1803 - 1875) to her parents Simon ROBERTSON or ROBERTS and MARY RENOLDS. I have found Amy on the 1841, 51, 61 and 71 census under her married name of AMY OWEN, it gives her birth place as Corpusty. She married JAMES OWEN on 22 August 1822 at HEYDON, witnessed by JOHN OWEN and ELIZA EKE. Thanks in advance!
red mail Corpusty-Saxthorpe
I am seeking any family history information concerning the Hill family in Corpusty and Saxthorpe. Related families such as Lewis (via Kathleen Forence Lewis - b 1930 who married Eric Hill (1904-72), Platten (via Henrietta Platten 1880-1955 who married George Hill 1880-1954), Jarvis (via Charotte Jarvis who married Richard Hill (1850-1931). Grand (via Sussannah Grand who married James Hill in 1845) are also of interest. A relative of mine, Janet Wilson was a teacher in Corpusty for many years and I'm also interested in the Wilson family too. Any information is welcome as being in Australia makes local research difficult except if it is online. Thank you. Paul
red mail Eke family
I am related to the Eke family from the Corpusty and Saxthorpe area. There has been mention of a lady who has collected many photos and then written a book on the area. I would love to know how to find a copy. Hannah Maria Eke was my great great grandma. I would love information on her father John Eke (1820-1866) and his father William and his wife Roseanna Bulock. Thank You. Heather
red mail Gooch the vet
My great grandfather (1830-1916) became a vet and had 4 children. where would he have done his apprenticeship?
red mail Southgate Family
I'm looking for any information on the Southgate/Butler family of Corpusty Norfolk. Thanks.
I am trying to find out anything I can about my gt.grandmother who was born Mary Dickinson c1870,....She married Joseph Denny a draper and grocer from Southwold. They may well have married at Mildenhall, but I'm not sure.
red mail Pinchen
I am searching for information on James Pinchen,a Baking Powder and Mineral Water Manufacturer who had a factory at Corpusty and a brewery at South Creake near Fakenham, Norfolk between 1865 and 1927(the date of his death). At that time, the factory was sold but retained the Pinchen name. I believe it closed during the early 1960s. Seeking history.
red mail Eke & Bullock
I'm mainly interested in the Eke family who lived in Corpusty in the 18th and 19th centuries. My ancestor, William Eke (b.1768) married his second wife, Rosamund Bullock, in Corpusty. His son William (b.1799) by his first wife Margaret Selth is my great-great-great-grandfather. William junior moved to Binham and married Esther Flood. Any info on Ekes in Corpusty greatly appreciated!
red mail Copious links to local families
I have been researching my Corpusty & Saxthorpe families for several years. My cousin Janet Wilson has written a potted history of teh villages that contains many Victorian photographs and anecdotes about villagers. The families I am linked to directly include: Hill, Jarvis, Bullock, Vout, Wilson, Mitchell, Skelt -and then links to Harrison, White, Hipperson, Shore, Pegg. Always happy to exchange info so please do get in touch. Rob
red mail Corpusty/saxthorpe
Looking for HOWMANS, HOWMAN, KEELER, SOUTHGATE, Scottow/Scotto - all from Corpusty or Saxthorpe - specially interested pre 1850 as there is so little information prior to this!
Pegg Family
looking for any of James Pegg and Phillis Gould,family they were married ,13 September,1801,
red mail Hipperson Family
Bill and Daisy Hipperson, my great-grandparents, buried at Saxthorpe, right next to their home village of Corpusty. Some family still in the area but any past family record details would be greatly appreciated.

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