|01 September 2019||Looking for info and photos about Benjamin Wetherall (1849-1931) and his descendants. He married Sarah Green, lived mostly in Great Yarmouth and was a shipwright in the town. The Wetheralls also married Stolliday and Woods family members. Benjamin’s mothe|
|01 September 2019||Researching my gggrandfathers family. William Pegg was born Dec 1847 in Cawston and married Maria Thacker. They had 12 children. Any information about their parents would be welcome.|
|31 August 2019||Trying to find the burial records for Sedgeford for 1980 and 1985 to find location of husband's grandparents as he cant remember if in old churchyard or new burial ground|
|30 August 2019||Researching Nicholas Wade family, 1636 migration to New England on the ship Falcon (Faulcon) from Norfolk or Cambridge England. May have been part of Puritan, Planters or other adventure.|
|15 August 2019||Does anyone have a map of this village for the period 1860 - 1910; or knowledge of properties within this at this period. One ancestor resided at 7 ? in 1861 census. Another line in 20th century; picture in book "All our yesterdays, Norfolk".|
|11 August 2019||Please if some one can Help. In County Court Road King's Lynn is a number of head stones from the old St James's burial ground now St James Park. My 4x gt Grandfather David Scott head stone was one of them but is no more. Please has some kind member a|
|07 August 2019||Recently Roger Morgan (MN17270) wrote an article re Norwich Assembly Hall and Henry SEXTON was mentioned. Can anyone please give any family details of Henry's family. Most of my family are from Norwich and Wymondham so a link would be great to find.|
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