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red mail stephen catchpole
looking for relatives of Stephen Catchpole born 1735 in Elmswell Suffolk
red mail The Rev William Macfarlane
In 1892 William Macfarlane (who had been Vicar of Elmswell since 1878) having purchased Impington Hall, which had one time been owned by the Pepys and stood just outside of Cambridge. He had recently inherited his uncle's estates and changed his surname to Mafarlane-Grieve. To commemorate his time at Elmswell he had the rod screne repainted and a plaque put up. He also gave up the Ministry at that time. The Village Society at Impington has some information on him, which they are willing to share.
Snare/Smare Family
Is anyone researching the Snares of Elmswell?
if anyone knows of the familys mulley,collett,bloomfield of elmswell could they get in touch. need to solve a mystery
red mail 1851 census
I´m looking for info. about James King (wheelwright) born 1802 married to Jemima Thompson born 1806. Wish to learn who James Kings' parents were. I can provide info about this married couple's family tree up to 1845. Thank you.
red mail Leader or Leeder
My ancestors are William Leader or Leeder (b. Elmswell 1787, d. Woolpit 1871, m. Elizabeth), and his son, Robert (b. Elmswell 1822, d. Elmswell 1897, m. Mary Ann Frost in Woolpit 1844, lived in other places including Stowmarket and Bocking). Robert had 8 children (among them my great grandfather, George Leader, who brought his family to Canada in 1906) and more than 20 grand-children. I would be delighted to hear from anyone interested in this family.
red mail Baker
trying to establish family backgroud prior to Robert Baker born 1800 in West Stow/Elmswell.Son Robert Baker b.1830 Elmswell and married to Elizabeth Fairs b.1839 and family lived in Elmswell through to 1900 at least . We think branches of family still remain in the local area.any help/information will be really appreciated
red mail Primative Methodists
Harry Manning and Annie Elizabeth Goldspink married in the Primative Methodist Chapel Stowmarket in 1869. Both were living in Elmswell. One witness was a Robert Atkin. Would be interested in info on any of these surnames and also concerning the Primative Methodists.
red mail ELMER Family
Hi. I'm keen to learn more of the ELMER family who lived in and around Elmswell (also in Great Ashfield; Walsham-le-Willows; Badwell Ash; and Woolpit) from the 1690s to the early 1900s. All information gratefully received.
red mail elmswell & surrounding villages
Searching for any information on Brinkley's in the mid-suffolk area. Trying to trace family tree, any information greatly recieved.
red mail Elmswell and Stow District
I have created a database of all people with a last name of Manning who were born, married, had children or died in Elmswell, Stow. Also included are people who were born, married, had children or died in Elmswell, Stow and married a Manning. I would appreciate any information anyone has on such persons. I am also willing to share this database (in Excel2000, but can make into other formats if required). I am starting to collect such data on all such persons related to the entire district of Stow and would appreciate any information you have. This would include the following regions of Stow, Suffolk Badwell Ash Beyton Buxhall Combes Creeting St. Peter Drinkstone Elmswell Felsham Gedding Gipping Great Ashfield Great Finborough Harleston Hessett Hinderclay Houghlev Hunston Langham Little Finborough Norton Old Newton Onehouse Rattlesden Richinghall Inferior Shelland Stowlangtoff Stowmarket Stowupland Thurston Tostock Walsham Le Willows Wattisfield Wetherden Woolpit
red mail Laughlin
I am a decendant of Thomas Laughlin who was born in Elmswell in 1826. He married Mahala (surname unkown) who was born in Finningham. By 1863 they had moved to Woolpit. Would like any info on this family or would be willing to share.

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