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red mail Adams
Looking for any info on Mary Ann ADAMS who was my gt.grandmother b.1846 d.1884 in Badingham. Her parents were John and Clara. She married my gt.grandfather William SIVYER who was from East Sussex. They lived most of their married lives in south east London (Deptford). Trying to locate their marriage certifcate but after much searching I cannot find this certificate. Any info would be most welcome.
red mail London / Watson of Badingham
I am looking for information on my 3 x Gt Grandparents Samuel London born 1805 and Mary Watson born 1806 (both of Badingham). They married 27th July 1830, although Samuel died 3 years later and on the 1841 Census Mary and her 4 children James, William, Robert and George were inmates of the Eye Workhouse. In 1847 Mary remarried William Holland and this marriage certificate shows her father was James Watson. If anyone has any information to enable my searches to progress beyond the early 1800's I would be grateful.
red mail Mary Thurlow
Mary Thurlow is my wife's 4 x gt grandmother. She was born in Badingham around 1772 and married Francis Rowe in peasenhall in the early 1800's. Does anyone have any information on this aldy or her family please best regards Paul
red mail JACKSON 1700s
Richard JACKSON + Elizabeth MOWER. Children: Richard, Henry, Nice, Mary, Rachel, Elizabeth, William, Sarah and Isaac JACKSON.
red mail FISK, BARHAM
George Fisk, born c1801-1804 married Mary Ann Elizabeth SMITH in Orsett, Essex, 1833. George, however, is noted as born outside of Essex and the only George I can find that remotely fits is the commonly known son of Jonathan Fisk and Elizabeth BARHAM (of Badingham), baptised 1804. Whilst it's commonly believed this is the right family, there is actually nothing to support this beyond the constant 'bulk copying' of files from one researcher to another, with no one actually able to claim having witnessed an actual written record! So, if anyone has gone beyond this and found anything, Parish Records etc, please get in touch. Note: We are almost certain our George (Orsett) had connections with Badingham, but this is our only reason for believing his parents may have come from there. With thanks. Pete Fisk
red mail SIVYER - ADAMS
Does anyone descended from Mary Ann ADAMS b.1847 in Badingham and William SIVYER b.1839 in S.Ambersham, Sussex know the date of their marriage? William was the son of George SIVIER (old spelling) and his first wife, Ann MILES. William was a railwayman who moved around (Billingborough, Lincs, and Deptford). His first child, Annie, was born in Camberwell in 1868 when Mary Ann was 21, so the marriage was probably 1865-68. Other children were Emily, George and Frederick. Any help gratefully received!
red mail Smith , Shade, Badingham, Suffolk
Researching Maria Smith b Bramfiled, Father Samuel - shoe maker, and Robert Shade married 1 to Lydia Chapman and 2 Maria Smith

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