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Am looking for information on Susan Pilborough who married William Hayhow from Bacton. Would anyone have any information please.
My Gt.Gt.Gt Grandparents were shown as living in Bacton in the 1841 Census. The had at least three children including Nathan, Mary Ann and Emma. Any information on this family would be much appreciated.
red mail SHEPPARD
George Sheppard and his wife Mary Ann nee Baker moved to this village after their marriage in 1818. Surviving children were Isaac 1819, Mary Ann c1821 Dorcas 1823 George 1826 Ephraim 1828 Abraham 1830 Sarah 1832 and Frances 1841.
Am looking for information on a Richard Hayhow, born in Bacton in 1791. He married Hannah Martin, from Norwood in Surrey, then moved back to Bacton for a few years before moving to Lambeth in London.
red mail Wilding family
Researching John and Mary Wilding both born abt. 1791 lived in Bacton, Suffolk. Son Elijah (my GG Grandfather)married Susan Brand and had one son William, emigrated to Brisbane Australia on the "Maria Somes" 1852.Susan died during the voyage. Elijah remarried 1/11/1853 to Johanna Scandlen in Brisbane. Elijah died Brisbane 26/11/1905. English census 1841 shows Elijah Wilding b 1766 John Wilding b 1791 Mary Wilding b 1791 Seman Wilding b 1821 William and Eliza Wilding b 1830 Hannah Wilding b 1835 and George Wilding b 1840. My GG G/father Elijah is not mentioned he would have been abt.15 at the time. Any info greatly appreciated.
red mail Steel - Kerry
In approx 1791 Mary Steel married James Kerry (from Diss). They lived in Bacton and had 9 children, (James, Elizabeth, Thomas, Mary, Maria, George, John*2 and Buxton. I believe her parents were a Thomas and Elizabeth Steel but need this confirmed. Can you help ?
red mail KERRY, Jeremiah AKA George b. Bacton 1845
Jeremiah Kerry (carpenter) born Bacton in 1845 is son of John Kerry & Mary Ann Kersey Other children were: John Kersey, James, William, Eunice, Mary Ann, Ralph and Elizabeth. By 1865 he is in Middlesex, marries Emma Orford at Clerkenwell. Children are George, James, Frederick, William, John, Florence, Emma and Robert. When James born, 1868, and in 1871 census, father's name given as Jermiah Kerry but in 1881 census, given as George. Age, wife, children's names make it certain he is same man. I suspect (cannot prove) he is related to George Buxton Kerry b. Bacton in 1812 and later a builder in Middlesex. Anyone with more informtion on this family, please contact.
red mail Cadge
I am looking for information on the Cadges aka Cages from Bacton, Old Newton and Haughley - other names Elmer, Pyman, Kincey / Kinsey, Baldry thanks Clare
red mail Kerry Family
I am researching the Kerry family, who may have owned Kerry's Farm near Cow Green. Details of Gearge Buxton Kerry (B1812) would be particularly appreciated.
Looking for History of Bacton Hall i beleive once owned by William Whistlecraft in the early 1800s .
red mail Darvell Family
Have a fair amount of info regarding my ancestors Joseph and Ellen Darvell and know they lived near St Mary's Church, Bacton in the 1880's. Would love to hear from anyone who may have a connection, be related to this family or any other info.
red mail SCOTT family
Charles SCOTT bn 1851 in Old Newton Suffolk, became a coal miner in East Ardsley Yorkshire, married and returned to Suffolk with his family.... The 1901 census shows Charles as a Farm Bailif at Old Hall Farm Bacton. Can anyone offer any information on him or his family please.
red mail Frances Alexander Bacton
Would anyone have any information on Frances Alexander b 1796 in Bacton. She married John Offord 1818 in Wyverstone?
red mail george family
I am researching the George family who lived in Bacton in the 1800s. My 3x great grandparents were John and Amelia George. I know that some of the family stayed in the area.

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