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red mail Arnup and Gray
Israel Arnup married Sarah Gray 12 October 1779 at Mettingham. They were both buried there. Sarah was probably born about 1751 - does anybody have a Sarah Gray (or Grey) born about then? John
red mail Sutton Family
I am looking for information on the Sutton family born in Mettingham John born 1814 and his son Samuel born 1843 Samuel was the publican at the Ship Inn Bridge Street Beccles when he died in 1902 many thanks allan
red mail Robert Ware
I have a copy of the Will of Robert Ware of Mettingham. He made the will in May of 1638 and died in December. His wife, deceased, was Rebecca. We believe that his son, Robert, immigrated to New England about 1638, as did a daughter, Rebecca, who married Thomas Paine of Wrentham, Suffolk, after she arrived in N.E. We searching for persons of families bearing the following names, all mentioned in the Will: Bunning (or Bunnynge), Gosse (or Goffe, or Goose or Gooch), Warren (John and Katherine), Corbyn or Corben, Corbin, or Corbine)-- Thomas and his family), Curtis or Curtice -- Richard and his family. Also any persons bearing the last name of Nuttell or variations. Please answer if you have researched these families in eastern Suffolk. Thanks.
red mail FREEMAN
Any info on John Freeman b 1784 Mettingham. Parents, siblinggs, marriage, children. Thanks
red mail William Bird/SarahShickle 1772
William Bird married Sarah Shickle/Shekel of Mettingham in 1772. Sarah was buried in Mettingham in 1820. Looking for William's birth and burial.
Trying to find ancestors of Owen Edwards born 10.5.22 Mettingham Castle Estate. Married Irene in Liverpool. Had 5 brothers & 6 sisters. Fathers name Stanley mothers name Blanche (Paine)

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