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red mail david smye tuddenham
looking for any information on david smye born abt 1812 in tuddenham had a son benjamin born 1851 married ellen sarah mann any thing will be nice thanks
William LANGHAM married Frances TYLER at Tuddenham St. Mary in May 1779. Known children William 1779 and SAMUEL 1782. SAMUEL married Mary POTTER at Herringswell in 1805.
red mail King Family/Tuddenham/1740's
Ralph King, aged 22, married in Tuddenham, Suffolk in 1745. By 1751 he was living in Moulton, Suffolk, where he died in 1785. He appears to have had strong connections with Gazeley Suffolk. There was a George King of Tuddenham who had a licence to marry in 1752 and for whom Ralph King of Tuddenham was surety. Buried in Tuddenham in 1763 is another Ralph King. He had a son Thomas baptised there in 1738 but his older children had been baptised at Lackford and including William (1728), George (1730), Edward (1732) and Robert (1734). There were some previous Ralph Kings of Lackford Hall buried in 1685 and 1692. I am seeking to learn if Ralph King, who later lived and died in Moulton Suffolk, was a relation of George King of Tuddenham who had a licence to marry in 1752 and/or the Ralph King buried in Tuddenham in 1763 and/or the Ralph Kings of Lackford Hall buried in 1685 and 1692. I would appreciate any information on these aforementioned people, people surnamed King and living in Tuddenham in the 1700’s and people surnamed King and living in Lackford or associated with Lackford Hall in the 1700’s or earlier.
red mail look up
Could anyone lookup 1841 census Maria Freeman b 1821 Tuddenham st mary. m George Dorling 1845. may have been living in Barton Mills. Also Richard Last farmer Barton Mills. Thank you
red mail Freeman
My 3xG Grandfather Charles Freeman was born in 1790, he later moved to South London. On the 1861 census he puts his birthplace as Mildenhall and on the 1871 census Barton Mills. I think he may have come from Tuddenham. He was a gardener by trade, and married Martha, but I don't know her maiden name. If anyone can help I would be grateful. Jennie
red mail Waspe
I am looking for info on the Waspe family that came from Tuddenham. They married into the Haward family in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Any info much appreciated. Thanks
Researching the Dorling family who lived in the Tuddenham / Herringswell area from about 1720. They later moved to Cockfield in about 1830 and then to West Ham in Essex via Ingatestone in 1880. I have a substantial data base on this family coveringmany parish registers, census returns, all the GRO records to 1900 and many others. Please contact me if I can be of any help.

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