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red mail Wright family
William Wright Jr. was bap 24 Dec 1770 in Little Walsingham, to parents William and Sarah Wright. William Jr. later married Mary Scott in the same village on 27 Sep 1796, and they had 5 children: William, 1797; Thomas, 1798; Robert, 1799; Mary, 1801; and Sarah, 1803. Does anyone have any information on the parents, William and Sarah, or siblings for William Jr.?
red mail Christopher/Taylor
I am looking for family history of John Christopher b 1806 and Susan Taylor b. 1802 who lived in Little Walsingham. John died in approx 1846 due to a gun accident. He had been a gamekeeper. Thanks Bob
red mail Little Walsingham builder.
Samuel Bobbitt, who was my great great great grandfather, was a Little Walsingham builder who employed staff. I would be interested to know more about him and some of the buildings he built. He was born at 1800 and was the son of Robert and Hannah.
red mail scott paterson
still searching for any descendants of Robert Horsford Scott who married a Harriett Patterson in 1851.
red mail scott decsendants
Are there any decsendants of Robert Horsford Scott who married a Harriett Patterson in 1851 still living in the Walsingham area.Chidren from this marriage were Georgiana,Matilda,Frederick(died early)about 1862 There were others from this marriage including my Grandfather Frederick Arthur Scott born 1865.
red mail Scott
Searching for information on a Robert Horsford Scott born 1829 (any descendants anywhere)R.H.Scott lived at the Toll Gate Gt Snoring Rd Walsingham.
red mail Pomfrey
Looking for info on Levy A. Pomfrey, came from England to Canada in 1873. Require area in England that he came from.
red mail Pomfrey & Rawston
I'm interested in the Pomfrey family who lived in Little Walsingham from 1841 to around 1861. Also in the Rawston family who were builders and publicans in the town throughout the 19th century. My great-grandfather, Edmund Pomfrey (b.1843) left the area for Suffolk in 1871, but returned to Little Walsingham in 1901 and died there in 1911. Some of his children came back with him and were painters and decorators with the Purdy family. Any info on these families gratefully received and given.

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