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red mail Woods & Middleton
Looking for Woods and Middleton in Pettistree esp. John Middleton and Susannah Woods who married in Pettistree 28 Dec 1790.
red mail Reeve
Looking for information about Maria Reeve who was born in Pettistree in 1805 and married William Banyard in Martlesham in 1825. Any information will be much appreciated. Thank you.
red mail Levett of Pettistree
The Levett name can be traced back to 1480 & up to 1903 in this parish, I have a database for them and would welcome any additional information and maybe I can help others with their searches. Other connected names are Cadman, Cooper, Hunt, Manthorp and many others.
Seeking John Peck. Lived in Framlingham but one source suggests born Pettistree.
red mail Blake/ Turrell
My gt gt Grandfather, Charles Blake b.c1795 was licensee of the Three Tuns. He married Ann Fulcher b. 1799 in 1824, but died, aged 39, in 1834. She married Henry Turrell in 1836 and they ran the inn until 1843.
red mail Turrall / Turrell / Tyrrell - Petistree
Hi, I'm trying to find out more about the Turrall (aka Turrell aka Tyrrell) family of Pettistree, circa 1700s / 1800s. My g-g-grandmother was Ellen Turrall (b Pettistree 1841, d Lexden 1918) who married Edward Clarke of Lexden, Essex, in 1880. Ellen was the daughter of Henry Turrall (b circa 1804, d Lexden 1876 (??)) and Ann (probably Blake)(b 1799 Peasenhall(??), d 1884 Colchester (??)). They had at least one other child - Henry Sidney Turrall (b 1839 Pettistree). I understand that Henry Turrall was a publican. In the Ipswich directory of 1844 he is shown at the Three Tuns Coaching Inn at Pettistree. I would love to know more, if anyone knows anything about this family I would love to hear from them. Thanks Tony

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