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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Family History Societies in Suffolk

    Family History Societies exist to support and promote genealogical research. They are very useful resources in providing help, access to others researching the same surname or area and many also publish transcripts and indexes of records which can be purchased in different formats and may be...

    Started by Geoffers‎, 20-10-2008 8:06 PM
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  1. Corder family of Suffolk

    Seeking information about my CORDER ancestors. My gt-gt-grandmother was Sophia Corder (married Benjamin Pitt of Wivenhoe, Essex) and her father was Thomas Corder (married Frances Smith born c1776 Shimpling, Suffolk). Frances Smith's parents were John SMITH & Elizabeth CAWSTON. Janice...

    Started by JMGoldie‎, 09-10-2014 8:24 AM
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  2. Thomas Warren (Dargie?)

    I've picked up a reply to a question posed by Dargie in Feb 2013 about Thomas Warren, schoolmaster of Debenham. I write local history books (see www.pipwright.com) and am researching the Earl Stonham school where this man taught for about 16 years. I'd like to make contact with Dargie to compare...

    Started by pip wright‎, 08-10-2014 12:28 PM
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  3. Frederick W GILL, Supt Kerrison School 1909

    Filed with William Scott's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A character reference form (Q & A, handwritten) completed by Frederick W GILL, Superintendent, Kerrison Industrial School, Eye, dated December 1909. May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, SCO, page 49295 (repeated...

    Started by fullscott‎, 25-07-2014 10:39 AM
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  4. Onge family

    I have managed to trace one of my ancestors to 1470, but for obvious reasons I am finding it almost impossible to extend it any further back. The ancestor in question is a John Onge, b. abt. 1470 in Suffolk. He was father of Isabel Onge (1498-1526) and my ancestor, another John Onge, b. abt 1500 at...

    Started by John Gage‎, 24-07-2014 2:45 AM
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  5. Finding Records for William Williams

    Hi, i am trying to confirm records that have been given to me by my Great Grandfather's Family: WILLIAMS, William Born: Ipswich, Suffolk, England Parents: Edward Williams and Jane Bett In 1854 William WILLIAMS emigrated to Australia with 12th (East Suffolk) Regiment on the ship "WINSOR"...

    Started by researchersuz‎, 02-03-2014 8:31 PM
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  6. History of Playford Hall (Estate)

    Greetings from Down Unda. My interest at the moment is Playford Hall It seems to have a very fascinating history about it that is very worth reading. From the beginning to the so called end, if there was that is. The reason for this is a Family by the name of CUTTING who were very...

    Started by begaar‎, 01-05-2014 8:54 AM
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  7. Thumbs up PRINCE Family - Mildenhall/Icklingham

    I'm researching the following PRINCE family and would be happy to hear from anyone who shares my ancestry: Robert PRINCE and ?, Mildenhall William PRINCE (1638, Mildenhall - ?) and ?, Mildenhall William PRINCE (1663-1739, Mildenhall) and Mary MARHAM (1669 Mildenhall - ?), Mildenhall Robert...

    Started by maggym‎, 09-04-2005 6:33 AM
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  8. Exclamation My Suffolk names


    Started by lisaparkin‎, 10-05-2006 4:06 PM
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  9. Question Jack Forsdike

    Hi all, I am very interested in a person on my family tree. His name is Jack Forsdike, i believe he was born around 1914 around ipswich. From what I have been told by family he was captured in WW2 and died worked on the railway (Burma?). I have a picture of what i have been told by family...

    Started by DanFountain‎, 03-01-2014 10:16 AM
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  10. Warren family

    I would be interested to know if anyone has a connection with the Warren family in Suffolk. There are a many but my branch comes from Beccles, Earl Stonham, Stowmarket and Thingoe My grandmother (Florence Warren from Stowmarket) was staying with cousins Charles and Henry Warren in Earl Stonham in...

    Started by Dargie‎, 31-12-2007 5:58 AM
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  11. Hazelwood farm

    Has anyone ever heard of Hazelwood farm near Semer or Nedging in Suffolk?

    Started by Bowkerfan‎, 01-01-2014 12:00 AM
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  12. Question Hartismere District Suffolk


    Started by Anthony Huggins‎, 30-12-2004 8:34 PM
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  13. Munnings Family of Nedgings

    Trying to find out some information on the Munnings Family in Nedgings. Elizabeth Winthrop married Humphrey Munnings and their daughter immigrated to America in the 1630. I am looking into the ancestry of Humphrey. Anyone familiar with this family?

    Started by Bowkerfan‎, 18-12-2013 11:09 PM
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  14. Wellum(?) near Lavenham in Suffolk

    My 3xgt grandfather Joseph Hales East was born around 1821 to Samuel East and his wife Harriet (nee Hales). His birthplace is shown in the 1871 (St Leonard's Workhouse, Shoreditch, Middlesex) census as "Welllum, Suffolk". His parents married in 1809 in Lavenham. I've not yet identified any elder...

    Started by kenripper‎, 11-11-2013 7:46 PM
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  15. Post STANFORD family of Needham Market, Creeting

    I recently acquired the will of my gg-grandfather William STANFORD, a draper of London. The will was proved 25 Jun 1839 but I don't know how much earlier he died. In the will he mentioned his indentures and/to freehold, copyhold and leasehold 'heredits???' at Creeting St Mary, Creeting St...

    Started by LizH‎, 22-06-2005 8:28 AM
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  16. William Smith

    I discovered that my William Smith was born in Sibton, Suffolk, abt 1787 according to Census records. At some stage he must have moved to Stepney where he married and stayed, but whether he moved there with parents or just as a young man on his own I cannot find out. With such a small amount of...

    Started by Allblack‎, 09-11-2013 6:30 AM
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  17. BOREHAM family circa 1750 Brockley or Hartest

    Hi, an Isaac BOREHAM is mentioned in an Essex will as occupying land in Brockley or Hartest in Suffolk. I have an Isaac BOREHAM ( son of Clement & Elizabeth BOREHAM bap. 1723 at Shalford Essex) and he is named in his father's will in 1778, along with Isaac's children :Clement, Sarah, Isaac,...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 05-11-2013 11:39 AM
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    Filed with Frederick Thomas Coppin's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten reference on RANSOMES & RAPIER LIMITED (Iron Works) headed notepaper, signed H PINKESS, Secretary. Ipswich, November 1914. May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, COP, page 11165 (also page...

    Started by fullscott‎, 06-10-2013 9:09 AM
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  19. Original Parish Church Register

    On my next UK trip I am hoping to access the original parish church baptismal register for Kirton, Suffolk. Can anyone tell me where that would be stored. I have the transcription CD but believe there to be an error. I have been watching too much WDYTYA where the subject of the show turns up at...

    Started by Dargie‎, 17-09-2013 1:25 PM
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  20. William Henry Buckley in Suffolk, 1830s

    Hello folks, I am trying to fill in a gap in the life of William Henry Buckley. He was a Lieutenant of the 82nd Regiment of Foot who went on half pay in November 1832 and never returned to the army. I can trace his whereabouts through the births of his children: In 1831 he was in...

    Started by Lenore‎, 10-09-2013 6:13 AM
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