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red mail Newark sheppard?shepherd Born 1721
Looking for clues about above before 1721 such as parents or relatives. Married a Mary Gooderham in 1746.. Thats all i know at present.
red mail Hunt family
Looking for information on Benjamin Hunt b 1720 Finningham. Married Elizabeth Balwin 1740 Thrandeston Regards Jo
I am searching for info on the Mullinger/Mulliner Family of Cotton, Suffolk. Daniel Mulliner was born about 1680 and married to Elizabeth. His son Daniel Mullinger was born about 1709 Finningham, Suffolk and was married to Mary Baker. His son Daniel Mullinger was born 1736 in Cotton and married to Sarah Smith. Any info would be much appreciated.
red mail Driver Richard - Finningham
Driver Richard born Finningham around 1800.married ? Matthew ? Daughter Charlotte b. 1827 later lived Rishworth. West Riding. Would appreciate any information on his BMD or on Driver family Suffolk. (My GG maternal GF)
red mail William (Tammy) Chatten
Lived as a foster child at Yew Tree House, Finningham between 1925 and 1930's. Friend of 'Doughy' Baker.
red mail Bakers- Publicans
My grandad's grandfather, Edward Baker, owned a pub I think in Finningham (maybe called the White Horse). Anyone know more? His son was James Whistler Baker, and his son was Percy Baker.
red mail James Seadon Tricker
James Seadon Tricker born 1850 to Samuel Tricker and Mary (Seadon). Adult baptism in Suffolk in 1871, then joined Metropolitan police. Someone with the same name seems to have married Lucy Maria Hunt by 1883, when Charles James Hunt Tricker is born in Barnet. Very elusive ancestor!
red mail Collins/shepherd
John SHEPHERD born bef 1870. John, Ernest,Emma, Jenny, Elizabeth & Arthur SHEPHERD born c1880-1889. Herbert COLLINS born c1880.

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