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red mail Tuddenham & Whisker
From New Zealand. Ann Mary Tuddenham b 1812 d 1890, parents James Tuddenham & Ann Elliott. Ann married John Whisker 1832 and their 10 children were born in South Creake. My husbands relations was their 2 child Bodham Butler Whisker. Any information regarding anyone in this family would be appreciated. Daphne
red mail Wright-South Creake
William Wright b1795 married Ellen Poppey (b1804) m1832. I think they only had one child John. According to records that I have found his parents were John and Susanna, nee Brookes. William also had 3 sibblings:- Jane, Mary Ann & Martha. I have lots more newer information than this but I am struggling to go back further than Williams parents. Any help with this family line would be most welcome, also if I have info that you require I will gladly pass it on. Regards Alan
red mail Widdows
I have tracked my family via Norwich, Great Yarmouth and North Elmham to South Creake in 1540. I may have found the name in Manorial Rolls in around 1379. I believe they were Saxon villeins on Beaufoe's Manor and later Rose's Manor. I'd like details of where these manors were.
red mail LEWES LEWIS South Creake
Kiwi researching Francis(Frank) Lewes (Lewis) who married Emma Evan Tuddenham at the Parish Church, Sth Creake Oct.12,1874. He gives his age as 28,(so born abt 1846) his fathers name, William, Mother Eliza? Emmas' age 24, her father, James.They emigrated to NZ Nov 1874, ship"Rakaia" and a son, Francis Rakaia Lewis was born on the jouney out. There were two children travelling with them, George & John. They settled in a small Sth Canterbury town. Any info. on these families in Norfolk would be greatly appreciated. Have quite a bit on them in NZ.She changed both her surname and christian name spelling over the years i.e. Tedman, Tudman - Evalina.
red mail THOMPSON
Searching for Thompsons from South Creake. Particularly the ancestors of Daniel Thomson the baptist paster at Fakenham
red mail RUST
Researching RUST in South Creake 1600s - 1700s
red mail Samuel Dent-Elizabeth Tittringham
I have researched my family tree from present day back to Samuel Dent-Elizabeth Tittringham M 1796 South Creake. Samuel was born 1771 Holme next Sea
red mail horace death
looking for relatives of Horace and Anna Death (South Creake 1891, Hindringham 1901). Anna born Harrowing, Weasenham. Thanks, Ray.
red mail John Creamer (or Cremer, or Cramer)
Looking for information about John Creamer, who married Jane Baxter in South Creake on 31st March 1801. He was born in Dunton around 1777, but can find no official record of this.
Whisker Family
Looking for information on a George Butter Whisker born 1836 in South creake Norfolk.They had a House&Blacksmith shop. Many Thanks.
I am researching the Batterby family from a area around South Creake.From and before 1800. Thank you. Joseph.
red mail John Jarvis
John Jarvis born c. 1806 in Blakeney, married Elizabeth Bentham, born Hilgay 1809, in Kettlestone in 1831. Died and buried in Brinton 7th October 1868. His dauaghter, Elizabeth, born Thursford 1843, married Robert E. Thompson of South Creake.
red mail Thompson
Robert E. Thompson was born in South Creake in 1841. His parents were Robert Thompson, born c. 1809 in South Creake, and Margaret, daughter of Edward Dent and Ann Collison. Edward Dent was born in 1775 in Holme next to Sea, son of Samuel Dent and Elizabeth Titteringham. Ann Collison was born in 1789 in S.C., the daughter of Robert Collison and Mary Baney( born c. 1761). Any information on these families very welcome. There is a Roland and Jane Thompson of South Creake of about the right age, butcannot find any other likely parents.

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