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red mail 1700 Earsham for Spilling, Taylor to Danby Families
In my family tree there is a Mary Taylor born circa 1698 who inherited lands in Earsham from her mother Elizabeth Taylor. Who shared the land with her deceased husband, Robert Taylor (his will 1694). Before that, there is a Nicholas Spilling, Will of 1688, then Thomas & Henry Spilling's will 1671. And finally the 1st Will of lands in 1616 from a Edmund Spilling. Mary Taylor (born 1698) went on to marry a John Danby , born Nov 1698, Badingham, & lived & died in Southelmham, S.F. If anyone has the Thread of family connections from Robert Taylor to the Spilling Family ( their lands where in Denton,Easham, Metfield, Suffolk& Starston) I would appreciate it .I will gladly send information I have on the Danby Family through many family names from 1680 down to 1900 in California! Thank you.
red mail Earsham
On June 18, 1819, Framlingham, Pigot, Norfolk, John Mayhew & Susannah Hall had daughter Charlotte Mayhew baptized at St.Andrew Church. Charlotte married Samuel Spatgett in 1837 in St Michael, Stockton Norfolk. Samuel Spatgett died in 1851. In 1852, Charlotte married my 3X great grandfather Robert Holsworth (born Earsham, 1810, died San Francisco, CA. 1890) Robert & Charlotte lived in Earsham from 1852 to 1884. In 1884 they went to the U.S.A. They had son John Hall Holsworth in Earsham, in 1853 & a daughter Eliza Elizabeth Holsworth,also born Earsham in 1853. Eliza Elizabeth Holsworth married Charles Rope and lived in Earsham from 1853 to 1900? Charlotte Mayhew (Spatgett) Holsworth died in San Francisco, Cal in 1900. Any information regarding the Hall, Mayhew or Rope families of Norfolk area between 1790's to 1883 would be appreciated.
red mail Earsham
Feb 8, 1787,my 4X great grandmother, Elizabeth Spink was baptized in Earsham, Norfolk. She married my 4X grandfather, Robert Holsworth (born 3-24-1785,Salhouse, Norfolk)on Dec 24, l804,in Salhouse at All Saints Church. She died & buried on July 8, 1856, in Earsham, Norfolk. Any information regarding the Spink family in Norfolk would be appreciated.
red mail Barkaway/Rivett family
I am looking for any information on Alfred Barkaway, born c1834 b=in Earsham, and Hannah Rivett - born c 1837 in Kenninghall Norfolk. The Barkaway family seem to have then moved onto Kenninghall as the next 2 generations were brn there - Alfred Barkaway in 1862 and then Thomas Walter Barkaway in 1888
red mail Francis - Rowland
Looking for Edward FRANCIS, son of William b1844 mar Maria ROWLAND in Lingwood 1866. He was a paper-maker. They went to Ford, Sth Hylton in Durham area c1865. 2 Children Harry b1867 also a papermaker mar. Kate Clark 1889 & Eleanor b1880 a school-teacher.
red mail Woolnough Burtsal Chaston Earsham Ditchingham Australia
Looking for any info on Woolnough family living in Earsham area. Robert Woolnough married Mary Butsal. One son Horace fled to Australia and stayed, his brother Henry went for a while but returned to England, where he died in the 1900's any info would be appreciated please. thanks
red mail Hunt - Earsham 1796 onwards
Descendents of Henry HUNT and Mary PARSONS, married Hemsby 11 Nov 1793, moved to Earsham between December 1793 and 1796. Children Mary bap. Hemsby Dec 1793, John b. Earsham Jul 1796, Thomas, b. Earsham Apr 1799, Thomas b. Earsham May 1800, Charlotte b. Earsham Apr 1802, John b. Earsham Apr 1805, Matthias b. Earsham May 1808, m. Charlotte DYE 25 Feb 1839, Ditchingham, died 1890, Earsham, Elizabeth b. Earsham Jun 1812, Matilda bap. Earsham Jul 1815.
red mail Whincup/Whincap
I am looking for any information on the Whincup family lived in Earsham abt1820

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