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red mail Richmonds of Weston Longville
Thanks to those who gave me info on above, for census results but has anyone info on Richmonds before 1800 Alan
red mail Richmonds of weston Longville
Can anyone help me with any details of the Richmonds of Weston Longville, I have a gt gt aunt Drusilla Leech who married a John Richmond thankyou Alan
red mail Richmond family and the Dunnells
I would love to find out more about my family from Weston. I have dates between 1752 and 1800. The South family as well please.
red mail John Burton
He married Ann Seel or Ann Girling at Weston Longville and they had a daughter Charlotte b 23.1 1803 in Lyng (and had 5 other children). They previously lived in Reepham and/or E.Dereham where they might have had other children. Can anyone identify which John & Ann were Charlotte's parents?
red mail brass in church
i have a rubbing off a brass lady who i have found a picture of she is situated in the wester longville church and thats all the information i have i am trying to find out more information on her any help would be appreciated name or where i could find more information. thankyou
Weston Longville
Hello - I would be most interested to hear from you if you have connections with the Baker family from weston longville, norfolk. I am also searching for John Baker and Ann Dennis married17 Oct 1733 in Wiggenhall St Mary The Virgin. thanks
red mail Spinks, Knights, Rising
I am related to the Spinks, Knights and Rising families who appear in Woodforde's journals. Happy to exchange info with anyone who is interested.
red mail Bates, Dunnell, Gray
My ancestors lived in Weston for over 300 years, marrying into most of the local families including Richmond, Pratt, Brand, Denny, Andrews, Spragg and Engledow. I am very happy to share the info I have on file about any of these, or any other, Westonfamily. James Woodforde's diaries have proved very interesting - if your family comes from mid Norfolk I suggest reading them as they offer a unique insight into daily life in the latter part of the 18th century. Best regards, Rob B.

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