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Long Stratton or Stratton St Mary Norfolk
Stratton St Mary AP/CP was an Ancient Parish in the county of Norfolk, in England. It was part of Depwade RegD/PLU; Depwade RSD; Depwade Hundred; Depwade RD (1894-1935); and Stratton. Also known as Long Stratto... more
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red mail Riches family of Long Stratton
I am seeking information about Robert Riches who was born in Long Stratton in 1789. His parents were Robert Stratton and Ann Perfect, both had been married previously. Robert Junior went on to marry Mary Mayhew and lived in Plumstead Road, Thorpe, Norwich. He later went to live in Mariners Street, Lowestoft. His daughter Matilda Riches born 1828 married George Sayer and their son George Henry Sayer moved to Lincoln where he married Eleanor McCall in 1880.
red mail Ann and Sarah Curtis Bryant
Does anyone have any information re these sisters. Were there any other siblings and who were their parents. They were born about 1796. Sarah married William Blythe Hastings. Ann was a schoolmistress but never married.
red mail Rivett
Looking for Elizabeth Rivett b 1863 daughter of William and Harriet Rivett at Long Stratton
red mail smith
robert william smith b.c. 1863 long stratton norfolf. father robert smith b.c.1831 long stratton. mother moria smith b.c.1824 aslacton, norfolk
red mail Perfitt
Looking for family of Sarah Elizabeth Perfitt, born in Long Stratton, Norfolk, in 1826/27, daughter of James Perfitt, bricklayer. Married William Neave in 1846.
red mail Hannah Fisher
hannah fisher married to thomas fisher in 1881 census states place of birth as long stratton norfolk. in 1881 resides at Thornbaugh Mews Russell Sq, London aged 33

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