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red mail Detcham/Ditcham
Looking for information on Thomas Detcham who married Elizabeth Aydon 6 Oct 1701 in St Nicholas Church Potter Heigham.
red mail Gowing
I am looking for the Gowing Family in Heigham, Robert and Sarah had a number of children including Walter Robert b 1854 died 1914, he married Caroline Sarah Watts and had 7 children with her some of whom went to Canada. Any information welcomed, many thanks Hazel
red mail Horne Cullum
1901 census shows John Horne(34) wife Lucy nee Cullum (33) with children Thomas J, Harry, May E, Frederick, Elizabeth, Herbert and Lucy. They were living at 15 Waddington Street. Frederick emigrated to Canada and was killed in WW1. Any information about siblings would be much appreciated.
red mail Beaumont
Abraham Beaumont was born in about 1772 in Potter Heigham, Norfolk where he became a farmer. He married Alizabeth Armes in 1895. His son Abraham was born in 1809 and he married Harriett Lound Cornish. He became a farmer in Hickling but later became a policman in the Norfolk Constabulary and was staioned at Worstead. Their son, also Abraham, was born in Hickling in 1840. He married Ann Mary Wright. There were many other brothers and sisters.
red mail Beaumont
I would welcome contace with anyone researching three Abraham Beaumonts:- the first born c 1772 in Potter Heigham, his son born 1809 in Potter Heigham and his son born 1840 in Hickling, Norfolk.
red mail Tubby
There were about 40 baptisms of TUBBY infants from 1777-1892. Mothers include BARBER, GOSS, MAYES, BRAXELL. They were farm labourers.
Marriage of James Nobbs/Knobbs and Phoebe Germany at Heigham St Bartholemew in 1834. Am now trying to find out more about their ancestors. They moved to London pre 1840 when daughter Henrietta Harriett was born at Fox & Nott Ct, King St.
red mail Eaton
The Eaton family owned the two hotels in Potter Heigham on each side of the river, The Bridge Hotel was named as one, forgotten the other. Time was about 1945-1960.

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