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Elizabeth SHARMAN (married 1736)
I am looking for information about Elizabeth SHARMAN of Ditchingham who married William LARK or LARKE of Woodton on 24 Sep 1736 at Sisland. Thank you.
red mail Hannah (Anna) King
We are searching for any knowledge or relatives of Anna M King born in 1839 in Ditchingham. She married Alfred Hill in London in 1858 and had Alfred E Hill who travelled to Australia. We believed she stayed in London.
red mail Gutteridge / Guthridge
I have been looking for my GGG Grandfather William Gutteridge who was born in Broome in Norfolk. I know his wife was called Elizabeth but do not know her maiden name. I have recently been given some information that a William Guthridge married an Elizabeth Taylor in Ditchingham, Norfolk on 29 October 1823. I am hoping Thay someone might be able to give me further information regarding these two. I have found that the Spelling of Gutteridge sometimes lapses into Guthridge
red mail WOODS Family
I am researching the many WOODS family members originating in Ditchingham and surrounding villages of South Norfolk and North Suffolk. If you have any WOODS connections I would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail my late grandfather samuel johnson
trying to trace my late granfather born ditchingham 1856 father farmer had a brother my grandfathers name samuel johnson he died in february 1947 in cavenham mildenhall suffolk aged 91 is this the same person do you know any familly history are you related to me, i think they also lived in denton,
red mail Tubby family
In the 19th century Charles & Emily Tubby, and their son Charles & his wife Mary Ann (Greengrass) had children baptised here. The elder Charles was a husbandman & his son was a labourer.
Three Bells. 17th C House on Free Lane. Would like to know history of.

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