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    Arrow Suffolk Names:

    My cousin, with whom I work jointly on our combined tree, also has roots in Suffolk which include the following names:

    BANYARD (Blakenham Magna)
    BOREHAM (Whatfield / Elmsett)
    COUSENS (Whatfield / Cosford / Little Waldringfield)
    FRANCES (Willisham)
    MOWER (Elmsett / Hadleigh)
    PEPPER (Flowton / Bosmere)
    PRENTICE (Bosmere)
    SCOTT (Whatfield / Flowton / Elmsett)
    SNELL (Layham / Hadleigh)
    WILLIS (Layham)

    We'd love to hear from anyone researching the same names.

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    Hello Lindad, nice to hear from you. In the 1841 census for Southwark, Parish St Mary, Rotherhithe, there is a Rebecca Boreham, char woman, age 40 staying with my relatives. I have been trying to find out who she is, possibly a sister? Is she one of yours? Dee

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    Hi,

    I am interested in the Banyard family. I am researching Mary Ann Banyard with a father Robert. Her birth date is 1810/1812. do you have this person in your tree please.

    minack

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