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red mail BARRETT
Seeking details of the children and subsequent generations of James and Rebecca Barrett's (Barrit) children who were born in Stoke Ash, Suffolk - Robert, George 10/10/1792, James 8/1/1795, Fanny 21/2/1797, William 7/2/1800, Harriot 1/1/1805, Rebecca 2/12/1807, Richard 5/2/1809, John 6/6/1812, Dennis 9/10/1814, Amos 20/10/1816. Some members of the family moved to London, whereas Rebecca, John and Amos became convicts for petty crime and were transported for life to Van Dieman's Land, now Tasmania, Australia commencing in 1827. Did any members stay in or return to Suffolk? What was the reason(s) the family moved from Suffolk?
Peter Paxman and wife, Sarah, had about 6-7 children in Stoke-Ash beginning about 1660. Where did the children go? Peter & Sarah and one daughter died in Stoke-Ash, but no mention is made of the others either dying or marrying. Peter may be my 8 ggfather. Craig
red mail Keer
Any information on Keer family from Stoke Ash, Cretingham, Wattisfield & Saxtead from 1600-1750 appreciated
red mail baptist church
Thomas Oakley, baptist minister at Stoke Ash in mid 1850's at the time current church was built. Any information appreciated.
red mail Edward Annas/Annis or family members from Stoke Ash
born Stoke Ash, Suffolk, circa 1830, married in Liverpool in 1854 to Elizabeth Shaw. Child Rachel Annas/Annis born 1856. Edward appears on Liverpool Census records 1861 then disappears, - maybe left his wife and child and emigrated.
Looking for info.on wifes of W.Whistlecraft first married Elizabeth Algar B 1749 D1791 in 1772 Stoke ash Second marriage to Sarah Gosling B 1753 Thwaite in 1793.Any info on Sarah Gosling would be of interest as i dont have parents or previous children .Many Thanks Tony.

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