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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: South Erpingham, muster + valuation 1522

    Part 1 of a multi-part posting The Muster and Valuation for the Hundred of South Erpingham 1522 is held in The National Archives at Kew (document reference E101/61/16). The document is in excellent condition and records 1,460 people, who are listed on the Norfolk Transcription Archive. ...

    Started by Geoffers‎, 03-12-2004 6:41 PM
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Norfolk Transcription Archive

    For anyone who isn't aware, there is a project to assist those with Norfolk research. This website, the Norfolk Transcription Archive: http://www.genealogy.doun.org/transcriptions/index.php has 476,000 entries, inlcuding nearly 700 photos. It isn't intended to provide all the answers, but...

    Started by Geoffers‎, 11-10-2004 3:25 PM
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    20-10-2004, 8:20 AM Go to last post
  1. SALMON Family

    Folks, John Salmon b 1826 Finchingfield,Essex and Elizabeth Smith b 1822 Coventry marry in Highworth,Wiltshire in 1847,children Catharine b 1848 Swindon,Ann Elizabeth b 1858 Norwich and John b 1859 Norwich.In 1861 the family reside in Norwich Thorpe and John Snr is a locomotive engine...

    Started by warncoort‎, 16-06-2016 2:36 AM
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  2. Question Help with Emma Jane Edwards

    I am trying to find a positive connection with Emma Jane Edwards and Edward Orford. They married in Liverpool 1898 and resided in Rainhill at the time of the 1901 census. Emma shows here place of birth as Gissing, Norfolk. The only trace I can find is a family living in Coltishall on the 1881...

    Started by Geoff Wycherley‎, 23-11-2005 9:44 PM
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  3. Help with a house named "Newlyn" in Heacham

    An ancestor of mine Alfred James Newton, moved to Norfolk from London in his last years and his will gives his address as 'Newlyn,' Heacham in the early 1920s. I'd be grateful if anyone with local knowledge of Heacham can tell me whether Newlyn was in Hunstanton Road, near Manor House Farm, as the...

    Started by Tinker‎, 07-12-2012 4:52 PM
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  4. Walpole or Warpole

    I have been looking for a John Walpole from the 1770ís without much luck. However, I have found a John WaRpole who fits in with dates, places etc. What are the chances that the person who filled in the parish record spelt the surname incorrectly and that John did not realise it, as he could not...

    Started by tokyoklm‎, 15-03-2016 2:32 PM
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    15-03-2016, 4:14 PM Go to last post
  5. Post Pigman family in Hunstanton

    I am new here and this is my second post. :flowers: Can someone help me find the record of John Pigman's birth which I believe was in Norfolk?:confused5: Here is what we have: The earliest record of John Pigman in the American Colonies is: Nov. 12, 1684 - Ordered that John Pigman and...

    Started by Pigman‎, 26-12-2014 6:19 PM
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  6. Smile Woods Family in Edgefield, Norfolk County

    I am at a stand still. I know that my Great-Grandfather (x4) is William Woods and that he was born approximately 1787. He married Elizabeth Merklin who was born around 1791. They have six children, one of which is my ggx3, Thomas Woods. Thomas has a twin, Benjamin. They were born on...

    Started by moxie511‎, 20-07-2013 5:14 AM
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    26-02-2016, 5:55 AM Go to last post
  7. Foreign Bride in Aylsham

    Researching Riseborough, Randall,Warne and Doughty from Norfolk in the 1800's. Trying to trace a foreign dark skinned lady (name unknown but lived in Aylsham, Norfolk in the 1800's) somewhere in one of the named family lines. Mission impossible?? I hope not. Thank you

    Started by Clivekw‎, 29-01-2016 3:11 PM
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    07-02-2016, 12:50 PM Go to last post
  8. Walpole Norfolk England

    Looking for any Walpoles who lived within 30 miles of East Tuddenham/Hockering area of Norfolk. Between the years 1700 and 1840. Regards PHil

    Started by tokyoklm‎, 26-01-2016 8:24 PM
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    30-01-2016, 3:23 AM Go to last post
  9. Question BINDLEY and MIDDLETON families, Norfolk UK

    Hello, really hope someone can help. I seem to have hit a couple of blocks and can't find what happened to: BINDLEY family members: Herbert Ernest and Lily, son and daughter of John Bindley, 1830-1909, Norwich, Norfolk. Herbert served in WW1 - his discharge papers are dated 1921 with family...

    Started by D.Mc. in Canada‎, 16-01-2016 9:37 PM
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    19-01-2016, 5:24 AM Go to last post
  10. Stebbings,Stibbings or stibbons

    Hi Everyone I would appreciate your opinion Please I have a John Stebbings in my family tree living in Briston, Norfolk.According to the census he was born about 1793 Buxton,Norfolk and his wife Mary was born about 1794 Corpusty,Norfolk.----Luckily for me Buxton is transcribed .But there was no...

    Started by Krissie‎, 16-07-2005 10:04 PM
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  11. Paynes in Norfolk - Tudor period

    I am looking over the transcript of the will of Alice Payne(e), died 1549, in an effort to find clues to the identity of her husband. I believe she was likely the stepmother of my ancestor Thomas Payne of Castle Acre, who died in 1572. Alas, Alice only refers to herself as a widow, but does not say...

    Started by mblinda‎, 15-12-2015 12:47 AM
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    15-12-2015, 3:12 PM Go to last post
  12. Ives Family

    Hi My name is Sharon and I have been researching my family history on and off for a number of years, Ives is just one of the surnames I have been researching. I have hit the "brick wall" with my maternal tree (Ives family) I know they originate from Norfolk, or what was Norfolk in the 1800's,...

    Started by Shaz101963‎, 21-01-2012 2:20 PM
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    26-11-2015, 12:16 PM Go to last post
  13. Smile TURNER, CUBITT - a murder mystery

    This new thread has been split from one originally created by Patmac, with the title 'Norfolk Name Interests' on 6 Jan 2005. This new thread was created as it diverging from the original posting. Geoffers Moderator, Norfolk boards. Pat I would be grateful to know if your CUBITT...

    Started by richard horner‎, 19-10-2004 1:41 PM
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