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red mail Davy family
I'm looking for help with Robert Davy - born ~ 1805. He lived in Claydon with his wife and children on the census returns from 1841-1881 and died in 1891. His birthplace is listed as either Creeting or Ashbocking but i can find no record of a baptism for him in either of the places (nor Claydon). Any help would be really appreciated
red mail John & Sarah Last of Claydon, early 19th C
Does anyone have access to PRs or CDs who could look up baptisms in Claydon for me? I would very much like to confirm the baptisms of John (born c1797), William (c1801), Sarah (c1803), Samuel (c1805) and Thomas (c1807), who I believe are children of John and Sarah Last. Also to discover if there are any other children of John and Sarah baptised in Claydon. Any help would be deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance.
red mail Rudland/Skipper
I am looking for information on a Robert Rudland of Claydon who lent an ancestor of mine, John Button of Bramford the sum of 800UKP in 1806 in relation to John's proposed marriage to Harriott Skipper of Claydon. Any information on the families would be welcome.
red mail HAYWARD, Kerenhappuch Amelia
Born abt 1834, parents unknown. Married James COOPER b bet 1811-1817 Barking, Suffolk. 3 children b Devonshire, James Hayward, Albert Peter, Amelia Maria. 3 b Cornwall, Kate Ada, William and John Alfred. Immig 1872 to Canada, dtr Clara b Ontario, Canada. If this is your family line, please contact me.
Claydon Blacksmiths
Any info about Morgan families living in Claydon early 1800's. occupations: Blacksmiths, Butcher and shoemaker.
red mail Prospect House School, Claydon
The 1871 census shows three of my ancestors as resident scholars at Prospect House School in Claydon Suffolk. Their surname was Pride. The headmaster of the school was Jonathan Bickers. His father Jonathan Bickers (senior) is shown in the same census as a bootmaker of Paper Mill Lane, Claydon. Do the building occupied by Prospect school or Paper Mill lane still exist in Claydon? Does the Bickers family have descendents in Claydon or that part of Suffolk? Do local historians know anything about this school?
red mail Claydon - Early 1900's
Anyone with info on the above village and the Garnham family. My Grandmother and G/Father Rosa and Richard Garnham lived there in 1907 with 6 children, Joseph, Albert, Alfred, Mary, Jessie and another born that year. All the family were taken to childrens home due to my Grandmother being admitted to St Audry's Hospital Melton, with depression she died there in 1949. Any info would be helpful. Trying to trace any relatives of Mary and Jessie. Thanks

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