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red mail PLAYFORD family Docking
Am interested in tracing other descendants of William Playford and Maria Hammond who married in Docking in 1856. Their children were William (1862), who is a direct antecedent of mine, Deborah (1858), Charles (1866), Rose (1869), Beatrice (1870) and Florence (1876). In 1871 and 1881 they were living in 'Paradise', Docking. William moved to London and married Hannah Allen in 1885. They had five children: Annie (1888), my great grandmother, George, William, John and Laura.
red mail William Finbow c1793
I am looking for information on William Finbow born c1793 in Norfolk. He married Frances Mary Kemp. They had had nine children who were all born in Docking - Frances, John, Samuel, William, Eliza, Susan, Mary, Ann and Louisa.
red mail William Finbow c1823
I am looking for information on William Finbow born c1823 in Docking. He married Frances Smith in 1849 also in Docking. They had seven children (that I know of): John, Luke, Robert, James, William, George and Emily who were all born in Hunstanton. Any information on this would be much appreciated
red mail rudd/powley/francis
has anyone a connection to John Rudd and Mary Powley living in the vilage 1800-1870 Also Robert Rudd son of Mary Rudd b.1845 who married Kezia Collins. Sarah Rudd Marys sister married Francis abt 1852.
red mail Docking Heritage Group
The group now has a permanent home in the village hall. The Tony Arter Room is open on Wednesday mornings from 10-12. We have a collection of village photographs and some registers on film and as transcripts. Find us at The Ripper Hall, High Street Docking.
red mail Sherringham family Docking
Am trying to trace above family - Phoebe Sherringham born 1833/36 Brancaster - father Martin Sherringham Shoe Maker mother unknown. Phoebe had 11? children, all illegitimte all in Docking - Polly Laura, Walter Martin Powell, Clara Jane Powell, Margaret Powell, Rosanna,Lucy Phoebe, Elizabeth Smithson, Mary, Lydia Smithson, William. Phoebe married Robert Smithson 1880.
red mail Oughton/gale
I am trying to unravel a mystery, whether an Ann Oughton from Docking, Norfolk, moved to Lambeth where she married Charles King Gale from Waltham Abbey in Essex. Can anyone confirm this or shed any light on this. Charles King Gale (carpenter) is known to have lived in Waltham Abbey with Ann and his 8 children.
red mail MELTON/LAKE
Looking for any information on the ancestors of Samuel Melton and Mary Ann Lake, (re TOBIAS LAKE) thank you
red mail BIRD family
The Bird family were gardeners and market gardeners in Docking for nearly a century but then seemed to disappear in the 1930s. Does anyone have a connection to them. The last two appear to have been George and Frederic, twins maybe. Frederick died aged 59 but George seems to have gone to Middlesex and married. The first entry so far is for Timothy Bird born c.1763 who married Ellizabeth Brooks from North Creake in 1798.
red mail Henry Smith
Looking for details of the parents of William Smith born in Docking 1793. They were Henry Smith and Jane Silence, both born in Norfolk. William married Mary Anne Hall in 1820. John,Sarah,Rose Ann,Thomas and Elizabeth were William's siblings. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail David Andrew Crichton 1928
David Andrew Crichton was born to Peter Crichton, serving in the RAF at the time, and Ruth (nee Johnston) c. May 1928. David grew up in the household of May Lilian Atkins who died in Scotland in 1963. I am Peter Crichton's grandson and am undertaking this research together with my cousins. Any information about this family for the period in question will be gratefully received and treated with the utmost discretion.
red mail Sarah Cox dob 1820/21 Docking
1861 census shows family at 98 East Street. Does anyone have further details re this family( my great-great grandmother). I cannot trace birth records for Sarah. Could the name have been Cock??
red mail BLACK/LEWIS
red mail Finbow
ELIZA FINBOW c.17/09/1820 Docking. Her parents were WILLIAM FINBOW b.circa 1791, Docking and MARY KEMP FINBOW b.circa 1795. They had 3 other children that I know of; Anne c.05/10/1817, Mary c.25/04/1819 & Susanna c.13/02/1825. I would like to get copies of Eliza and her parents birth certs. In return, I can obtain copies of birth certs. for NSW, Aust BDMs and send them to you.
red mail Thomas Smith - docking
Hi, Looking for more info on Thomas Smith, born Docking around 1831/2.He married Susan from New Houghton and in 1861 had 3 children, William, John & Thomas. Who were his parents ?
red mail Docking parish register transcriptions
There are available for family history researchers Baptisms 1895-1934. Baptisms 1766-1812 burials 1766-1812 marriages 1766-1782. They cost £4 each +p&p.
red mail Sandell of Docking & North Creake
Tracing descendants of Edward Sandell & Anne Shinfield married 31.3.1800. What happened to rest of family - where did they all go?
red mail Docking/west Norfolk
I operate a small scale family history research business for this village and the surrounding area. I have quite a lot of local knowledge and some info I am prepared to part with for free!
red mail Re Literary Institute
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Docking : 1891 Population : 1,319 - There is a Literary Institute.
I have just doscovered from the 1901 census,that my grandfathers family were from Docking in Norfolk nr Snettisham,he was John Henry Asker,born in 1873,his parents were Robert and Martha Asker,does anyone have any connections in this area.
red mail Playford
My Sarah Playford married Henry James in 1878 and they lived in Bungay. Anyone with an interest in this family please get in touch

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