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Robert William Carr
Does anyone know when Robert William Car, b.1841 in Freethorpe died? I belive he would have died in Freethorpe. Thanks
Jane Cory - Freethorpe
I am looking for information on Jane Cory b 1801, in the 1861 census she was the head of her household, living alone in Freethorpe, aged 60. I think she was born in Blo Norton. I am wondering if she is related to other members of the Cory family who lived in Freethorpe. Thanks
Annie W Cory - Freethorpe
Does anyone have any further information on Annie W Cory – born in Freethorpe in 1886 and on the 1891 census as the Granddaughter of James William Cory and Elizabeth Mallet. I would love to know who her parents are if anyone has any information. Thanks
La France Violet Jones - Freethorpe
Hi. Does anyone have any information about a women called La France Violet Jones. Her birth was registered in Oct – Dec 1900, born in Freethorpe. Her parents were possibly Isaac Jones and Ellen Curtis. she may have married someone whose surname was Bentick. If anyone has any information on this women then it woudl be great to hear from you. Thanks
red mail High, Freethorpe
I am trying to trace my family tree, My grandfather was Arthur High who married Nelly Carr 1920? they lived at freeethorpe. could anyone tell me about the high's at Reedham to see if they were related
red mail Ewles
My great great grandfather Henry Ewles was born in 1836 in Freethorpe. He married Frances Wayne in 1857 and they had 4 children Evangeline, Arthur, Elizabeth and Minnie/Miriam. The family then moved on to Lowestoft.

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