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James Button (1792-1838 in Tasmania - a convict) married 1815 at Thorington Hannah Ellis (1792 - 1871) Following all baptised at Westleton, Suffolk 1. Maria bc 1816, bapt aged 3 yrs 1819 died before 1835 2. John 1817 - 1881 married 1863 Eliza Ralph - lived at Theberton 3. William (1819 - 1866 - died in South Australia) md 1850 South Australia Margaret Flanagan. William was a sailot 4. James (1821 - 1896) married 1845 at Middleton Louisa Emma Buckingham - lived Theberton 5. Charlotte (1822 - 1864) md Loddon, Norfolk 1843 Edward Banham. By 1851 living with Joseph Bly at Lowestoft as 'wife', 1861 listed as Charlotte Banham, servant unmarried at the Compass Inn - run by Joseph Bly, 1863 married Joseph Bly at St Margarets Lowestoft, 1864 buried Lowestoft (St Margaret's church records) 6. Mary Ann baptised 1824 - no further records found 7. Hannah Button (1827 - 1888) md William Fuller 1833 - lived Lowestoft died at Lowestoft 8. George (1829 - ?) - last trace seaman's ticket issued Great Yarmouth 1846 9. Jonathon (1832 - 1905) md Lowestoft 1855 Jane Hannah Crisp. Mast Mariner of Lowestoft 10. Maria 1835 - ?) married John Day, St Margarets Stoven 1856 - last trace 1861 census with John Day at Aldeby, Norfolk 11. Samuel 1837 - ) married 1863 Susannah Self at St Margarets, Lowestoft - no further information. Was a sailor.
red mail John Saker/Mary Walker
I am attempting to find the pedigree of my maternal great great grand parents. JS 1846 Thorington - 1893 Blything and MW 1808 Westelton - 1888. I understand they lived in Thorington. They had a daughter Emma Saker 1846-1893 who married William Cooper and then Fredrick Elmy. I am new at this and any help would be appreciated.
red mail john brown
I'm looking for parents of John Brown born in Westleton about 1812. He went to live in Gravesend , then Rotherhithe and became a customs house officer. He married Margaret Ann Cousins from Harwich, Essex
red mail sheppard
my family ancestors came from westleton and leiston area herbert born 1882 can anyone help?
red mail Barker
my my gggmother Sarah Ann Barker b1828 Westleton d of John Barker. She m John Newste(a)d, b1830 in 1847
red mail Looking for Woolnoughs of Westleton
I have been researching my family tree over the past months and I have discovered that my family roots are buried deep in the village of Westleton. I am looking for any information regarding my family: Woolnoughs of Westleton.
red mail James Moore Westleton
According to the 1881 census a James Moore was born in Westleton in approx 1846. He went on to marry mary Ann Tuttle. He was a mariner and became Captain James Moore. They were living in Kirkley Suffolk in 1881. I am keen to find any links to his parents or any other informaton
I have Sarah Newson married James Cole 1796 Wenhaston Parents of Sarah Thomas newson 1742 and sarah Barton
Nathaniel Cole MA Vicar of St Peters Westleton 1662-1667 Any information on family members
red mail Street, Westleton
Has anyone information about Street, Westleton. My ancestors the STROWGERS lived there c1800-1900.
red mail cone
looking for parents of john cone born westleton approx 1740
red mail Potter's of Westleton
Looking for information on the Potter Family of Westleton 1880 onwards.
red mail Alexander
Would appreciate a photo of Lime Cottage
red mail Baldry Family
Names: Baldry
Any link with Canham Smith or Baldry welcome.
red mail Westleton, suffolk
Westleton village has St.PETERS Church of England. J.POTTER
red mail Westleton, suffolk
Westleton village has St.PETERS Church of England. A picturesque place with a duck pond next to the village green. The nearest town only a few miles away is LEISTON. The nature reserve MINSMERE is on the outskirts of the village and the Old County Capital DUNWICH is within 4 miles also.

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