|05 July 2014||I am delighted to report that I have now traced the birth of my great aunt ... ALICE MURIEL MULLENGER to London in 1913. She may have married Albert W REEVE in 1946. Any further info will be very welcome. Thank you.|
|05 July 2014||Born 2 Feb 1893 and 22 Nov 1885. Daughters of George & Laura Anna WILSON. Both baptised Tunstead 6 Mar 1896. George was a Hawker and believed to be of Romany descent. Any information to further this research welcome. Thanks.|
|03 July 2014||BMD certificate collection at Kirby Hall - All relevant information has been extracted and is now viewable on NORS (see bottom of 'Browse Records' menu). Please donate any spare certificates or copies with Norfolk association to help extend our collection|
|30 June 2014||Looking for birth information and parents for the above. Eleanor was born circa 1772. Married Kirby John Willimont 30 Sep 1794 East Dereham Norfolk. Eleanor a resident of Hoe on marriage certificate. Died 25 Sep 1807. Buried East Dereham 2 days later, a|
|28 June 2014||MURIEL may well have been her middle name, as both her mother and sister were know by middle name. Did Muriel stay in Scarborough after her mother's death? Perhaps she was adopted and changed her name.|
|28 June 2014||Trying to trace MURIEL MULLENGER (b. 7 July 1913 location unknown) illeg. dau of Margaret CHARLOTTE Mullenger of Tivetshall St Margaret. Older sister of Evelyn NANCY Mullenger (b. 29 June 1917 in Darlington). Muriel was 11 when her mother died in Scarbo|
|26 June 2014||Index of books and articles held at Kirby Hall has been revised and updated - See under Library menu.|
|24 June 2014||Robert born about 1812-20 in Yarmouth area, may have had a younger sister he left Norfolk in 1841 approx. his Father was a John. his mother was Amy Dyer. need more information we were led to believe he was from Downham but no information at all there|
|23 June 2014||Family moved north early 1900s|
|20 June 2014||Seeking marriage George WATERING to Susan[na(h)], possibly TOWER/TOWELL or similar, possibly Norwich c.1820s. Aged 40/35 on 1841 census, Norwich St Margarets, daughter Susan 15. Both Susans died before 1851 census.|
|12 June 2014||Looking for Phillip Press born 1748 Lowestoft married by licence at St. Andrews Yarmouth 30th Nov 1799 to Virtue Todd nee Nightingale a widow Phillip was a pilot on the river - Virtue buried 9-6-1815 St. Nicholas Yarmouth age 55 - what happened to Phillip|
|10 June 2014||Is anybody out there researching the name Press, I have gone back to the 1670s. Although in Yarmouth before this in Lowestoft and Hopton on Sea. Love to hear from you Linda|
|09 June 2014||I wonder if anyone knows of any research done on the subject of the many people who left Norfolk in the mid to late 1800's for the north east? I have a great grandfather from Edgefield who did just that. I'm trying to find any background to this subject.|
|09 June 2014||I am trying to find out about Sarah Rowland, who married Richard Turner & had a son Richard Rowland Turner born abt Feb 1800, I would be interested in a marriage date and date/place of birth for Sarah & if possible a date of birth for Richard Turner senio|
|07 June 2014||Looking for atmores any where in Norfolk..l have got some at ringland,but cannot tie up with king,s lynn atmores|
|03 June 2014||Looking for information on the Kemps from Carlton Rode: William Kemp b. abt 1690 m. Mary Woodrow b. abt 1690; Richard Kemp b. abt 1719 or 1732 m. Elizabeth Rogers b. 1736; Henry Kemp b. abt 1762 m. Pheobe Bird b. 1760; John Byrd Kemp b. 1790 m. Marian R|
|01 June 2014||The June issue of The Norfolk Ancestor is now available for members to read online under membership tab - must first. login|
|28 May 2014||I am researching The Felstead and Mountain family from Norwich, Norfolk and the Watson family from Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex and would be grateful if anyone has any information Thank you Irene|
|14 May 2014||While searching names of ancestors from Felthorpe, I came across records marked '(late father) the mother'. Can anyone please enlighten me as to what 'late father' means? I had assumed it meant deceased, but father appears to have been alive enough to app|
|12 May 2014||Esther married Henry Fry at Erith Kent in 1811. (This is from BTs only as a fire destroyed PRs). Census records show her birth was in Norfolk (unspecified), in about 1786. Could be dau, of Jeremiah of Letheringsett - but no evidence, Anyone have any sugge|
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