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red mail Candler
I am trying find any information on the Candlers in Hartest in the early 18th century or earlier. I know of a Samuel Candler born in 1754 and a William born in 1748. I understand their father was George.
Burnt Farm
Looking for info on Burnt Farm. Can anyone help?
Longs Farm
Can anyone help with any information on Longs Farm?
Robert Dye married Elizabeth Brewster who was born in Hartest in 1830,he was a wheelwright,and him and his family lived in Hartest for at least 70 years.Has anyone have anymore information about this family?
red mail William Partridge
Does anyone have any information on William Partridge, according to census records he was born in Hartest in about 1823. In the 1841 census there is no mention of any Partridges in the village, so I assume they must have upped sticks and moved! Can anyone shed any light on this as I would like to find who his parents were! Thanks, Tom.
red mail Debth or Death Family
I have been trying to find the origin of my family name. It appears that it may have been orginally Death. If so I can trace that name to Hartest Suffolk England as early as the 1500,s They imigrated to the USA via Canada in the 1800s The name seems to have changed to Debth. I'd appreciate any light on this mystery. Thanks in advance!
red mail sturgeon
My great grandad was David Laws Sturgeon born 1879, my GG grandad was alfred Laws sturgeon, from hartest sulfolk,
red mail PETTIT
Looking for relations to John & Maria Pettit, both born abt 1847. Children- Rosa,Charlotte,Edmund,Robert & Sarah.
Researching Moultons (and additional spellings) of Hartest, with their links to DEBENHAM, MOSS, WADE and PETTIT. Any and all help gratefully received!
red mail MASON
Researching Mason in Hartest in 1800s

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