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red mail Green Family
I am hoping someone may have information on the GREEN family of Ixworth. I have found a John Green who was a surgeon in the town and also his son William. John died in 1799, not sure where John was born or his wife Mary, any help would be appreciated Craig
red mail Joseph Rampley of Ixworth, Suffolk
I am looking for information on the above who died at 25 years in Ixworth. He died in 1848 and was born in 1825. I would like to know who his parents were. Any info would be welcome. Gilly
red mail John Wells born 1806 ixworth
I cannot find the parents of John Wells he married a Maryann Whitehead in1828 and had 9 children, there are 3 public member trees on Ancestry, that show a Sarah Wells born 1784 but I cannot find any records to verify this. I would appreciate any help,Shirley
red mail John George Rowley
I would like to know if the above was born in Ixworth in approx 1791 or before. He later moved to Hampshire where he married and had children. Many thanks Gilly
red mail Clarkes from Ixworth
Seeking info on James Clarke b 1781 Ixworth. Lived High St Ixworth and was a carpenter. Wife Mary b. 1776 Ixworth and son Thomas b 1821 Ixworth. Looking for siblings of thomas and Parents/family of James. Can anyone help please?
red mail The Old Bakery
We would love to hear from anyone who knows anything of William and Hannah Matthews who lived and worked in the Old Bakery, now the Post Office, Ixworth. William is documented as being a "Baker and Corndealer" in both the 1891 and 1901 Census forms.
Hoggett of Ixworth
looking for any info about the hoggett family. believe they originate from liverpool and prior to that, Ireland. cannot find a link to ireland so any info would be gratefully received. thanks.
red mail Crick from Ixworth
David Crick born abt 1824 Ixworth married Jemima Turner in 1847. Father Thomas was Shoemaker, can't find family on 1841 census. David and Jemima moved to lancashire, it would be great if I could find Thomas and his family
red mail Mary Beals
Searching for information on Mary Beals born Ixworth around 1790. Possibly daughter of John and Ann Beals/Bales (nee Psalter/Salter) who was baptised at Barnham 29 Nov 1790. She married Jesse Jones at St. Marylebone, London in 1810 and died in 1852 at Colchester, Essex. Possible siblings were a Betty, John and William. Any information on these Beals or Psalter families appreciated.
red mail Louisa Bridges
Claimed to be born here in 1864. Any Information gratefully recieved. Keith
red mail Hammond of Ixworth
I'm looking for any information on James Hammond's family. James was born in Ixworth in 1845 but married in East Yorkshire in 1867. I'm curious as to why he moved up to Yorkshire and who his parents were. If you can help, please would you get in touch. Thanks.
red mail rolfe-ixworth
my family tree has taken me to ixworth where my great great great grandfather married mary ann miller they had 7 children- Joseph, robert, thomas, hannah, may anne (annie), henry james and Fredrick any info would be grateful
red mail Herbert
Looking for infomation on Herbert Buckenham, owned a cycle shop in Ixworth
red mail Elizabeth Howe of Ixworth
I would be very grateful for any information on ancestors/family of Elizabeth Howe born c.1859 in Ixworth. She married Issac Banham of Rattlesden 1879 in Bury St Edmunds. They had 15 children including my grandmother Maud b.1898 d.1986. i have quite abit of info on Issac's family (but would welcome more!) but have none on Elizabeth.
The Moule family had connections with Ixworth and Wattisfield - any descendents pleasecontact me
hoggett/cammell family history
Looking for Hoggetts,Frederick b 1868 Suffolk Ixworth,Married Elizabeth Cammell.Fred and Elizabeth were both together in 1901 and did not seem to have a family.If any one can throw any light on the relationship I would be Grateful.

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