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red mail Noy and Harvey
I am trying to prove/disprove that this Harriet is one of my Harvey's who lived in Wilby I have a marriage entry from free BDM for Harriet Harvey and George Noy, Name: NOY, George Registration district: Blything County: Suffolk Year of registration: 1838 Quarter of registration: Oct-Nov-Dec Spouse's last name: Not available before 1912 Volume no: 13 Page no: 915 And a baptism entry Name: NOY, George Registration district: Blything County: Suffolk Year of registration: 1838 Quarter of registration: Oct-Nov-Dec Spouse's last name: Not available before 1912 Volume no: 13 Page no: 915 There are also entries in the 1841 and 1851 census. Curiously in the 1841 a 2 year old George Noy at home with Oliver (possibly his Uncle) and other Harvey family members
red mail Heard
Looking for info on Frances Heard /Heazel married John Blowers 1725 in Halesworth John was born Sotherton 1701 and died1763
red mail LECKENBY
Any info on the name of LECKENBY in Halesworth, Chediston or Saxstead. The boot factory was transferred to Leckenby from CJ Ives in Halesworth. Know there are graves in Saxstead churchyard but unable to find them...................too weather worn.
red mail Hinsby Family Reunion Hobart Tasmania Australia
Friday 29 October Monday 1 November 2010 All descendants and associated families are invited to attend the 175th Anniversary Celebration of Henry Hinsbys arrival at Hobart Town aboard the Augustus Caesar on 31 October 1835. Henry Hinsby born 1816 Halesworth, ENG married Lucy Ware in 1849 Their children Frederick Henry Ware Hinsby 1850 Charles Colyer Hinsby 1851 Mary Elizabeth Gowan Hinsby 1855 George Kilner Hinsby 1857 Henry Dowling Hinsby 1860 Joseph Hawker Hinsby 1861 Selina Jane (Joan) Hinsby 1864 Lucy Suzette Hinsby 1869. Associated family Surnames - Jenkins, Ware, Dean, Wilkinson, Dowling, Hurst, Howells, Coverdale, Harrisson, Morrisby, Evans, Fegan, Garth, Williams and many more through the branches of descendants. Activities - Friday 29 October - Cruise aboard the Lady Nelson Saturday 30 October - Family Get-together and Memorabilia Display at the Cascade Brewery Museum, share your family photos and items in the Display. Saturday 30 October - Family Reunion Dinner held at the Ball & Chain Grill. Sunday 31 October - Thanksgiving Service at the Hobart Baptist Tabernacle, followed by a Family Sites Bus Tour Visit Henrys headstone, place of business, worship, former residence and burial site. Monday 1 November - Ware's Dungrove Bus Trip to Bothwell.
red mail woods/takayama-child help!!
mother joan woods(later takayama)had a child in 1944/5 in halesworth patrick mother would like to know more.can someone help? this son was taken by methodists or nch to be adopted.
red mail Adamsons In Halesworth
Any info on the name Adamson in or around Halesworth will be gratfully accepted.Thankyou.Rod
red mail Josie Farrally
I am looking for Josie Farrally who was the caretaker of my uncle Fred Gibson who was a British War Hero and lived to be 102. They lived on Mill Hill Drive and I have lost track of this dear great niece.
red mail taylor family
Interested in any information on teh family of Thomas Taylor (1834-1921) and his parents. His father was Joseph a Brazier from Halesworth born in 1799.
red mail Gennery's in Halesworth
Looking for any iformation relating to the Gennery's who lived in Halesworth during the early 1800's. Robert and Mary, also children Robert and Charlotte.
red mail Howard
I am looking for William Howard born about 1844 in Chedistone. Father james, both labourers. I would like to know whether he had brothers or sisters and when he moved to Surrey.
red mail WRIGHT
My great uncle John Stock WRIGHT married to Martha jane nee parkinson farmed at The Hall, Huntingfield, Nr halesworth at least up to 1950. He had a son Jack, and a daughter Elsie that I know of. I believe Elsie may have married a Hector WRIGHT (no relation) but we have had no contact with these families, and would dearly like to link up if anyone knows them or of them.
red mail William Gutteridge
I am seeking a William Gutteridge who I understand was born in Halesworth, Suffolk about 1834. His father was also called William and his mother Elizabeth. Unfortunately I do not know her maiden name
red mail Stevens/White
I'm researching the Edwin A. Stevens and Elizabeth M.A.P. White families married 1922+/- two yrs in Halesworth area.
red mail Joseph & Hannah Baldry
Seeking info Joseph & Hannah Baldry (possibly born 1780 or 1786 Halesworth), parents of Sarah Baldry born Halesworth 1803.
red mail Russell/Philpott family, Halesworth
James Russell, b. 1824 Halesworth, married Harriet Philpott 1852 in Blything. Any information welcomed.
red mail Cable, Chilvers
Trying to find the parents of Anthony Cable born approx 1760 married to a Ann Barber, had a son James who married a Lydia Mills. Also intersted in any family connections with Alfred Chilvers bn 1820 who married Ann Hatcher bn 1822. Thanks
red mail Stedman Family
Are there any members of the Stedman family still living in Halesworth? Am looking for descendents of John and Sarah Stedman. John was born in Haughley between 1826 and 1831. They had nine children and there address was Broadway. Does anyone know any history of the family in the area? Am researching my family tree.
red mail Robert Butcher b.1803 Halesworth
Trying to find out about Robert Butcher b.1803 registered in Halesworth. He married an Esther from Whitechapel. Would especially like information about his parents or his wife's maiden name.
I am researching my grandparents Charles Benjamin Elmy and Alice Emma Elmy.
red mail Garrould family
I'm interested in the Garrould family which originated in Wissett and, in particular, in George Henry Garrould and his family. George was a bootmaker in Halesworth from the 1830s to the 1850s, and had a business in Thoroughfare. His son Horace, also a bootmaker, moved to Lowestoft. His daughter, Louise - my great-grandmother - married Raymond Broughton and lived in Beccles and then Lowestoft.
Trying to find the successors to W.M. Gilirling. Auctioneers. 1880's. Address at that time Peasenhall (Grove?)
red mail FOREMAN
searching for info on a william foreman born 1768 halesworth suffolk married amy eastoe 1786 at st marys halesworth she was born 1764 halesworth
My paternal grandfather was Frederick Dunnett of Quay Street, Halesworth who married Ethel Maud Rayner. Copy marriage certificate indicates witnesses of William Rayner, Robert Rayner and Agnes Maud Rayner - any help with the family tree would be mostappreciated. Thank you.
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From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Halesworth Suff : 1891 Population : 2,316 - Has an Institute of 1850 in the Market Place with a good library and reading and recreation rooms
red mail James Family
Henry James was born at Chediston in the 1860s. He married Sarah Playford and lived in Bungay He died in 1891/2. If anyone has any connection or information about the James family please do get in touch
red mail Baxter
William Baxter born in Halesworth, Suffolk in 1867.Family moved to Richmond Surrey. Occupation Carpenter. Married Elizabeth Ann Budd from Jersey in October 1889 at Holy Trinity Church, Richmond. William left his family of wife and four children in about 1910-1915 for Canada and died their in about 1935-6. Whereabouts unknown,looking for information of William Baxter in Canada.
red mail Mills Nathaniel B.c1790
I am interested in the family of Nathaniel MILLS and Elizabeth ROBINSON married at St. Mary's Church, Halesworth, Suffolk on 16 March 1821. Nathaniel would appear to have been an illegitimate child as he was known initially as Nathaniel Mills RUSE.His son, my 2x great grandfather, was baptised Thomas Ruse MILLS in Halesworth in 1818. Thomas had a sister named Marianne and a brother named John. I would like to make contact with other descendants of Nathaniel and I am especially interested inhis parentage!

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