|29 September 2020||I am researching my Norfolk roots: Hey, Tennant, Wright, Swaffham Union Workhouse.If you a have DNA match with Harvard16 on Ancestry I would appreciate hearing from you.|
|28 September 2020||I’m researching my family tree and find I am having difficulty getting beyond John Bone m. Deborah Margratton d.25.8.75 and buried in Beetley. If any links or information pleased to discuss.|
|18 September 2020||I am trying to prove my descent from John Walpole Esq 1525-1588 of Houghton. I am descended from his daughter Bridget, whom married Henry Paynel, down to the Parmenter family.|
|13 September 2020||My great-great g/father Frederick Wm Creasey was born in Scole,Norfolk in 1857. Have found a record which suggests he may have been a Chelsea Pensioner but it gives 'Sent' Norfolk as birth place. I can't find 'Sent' anywhere, bit confused! Any advice wd b|
|01 September 2020||I Have tried with no success to find an address in Norwich it is 60 Salford St in 1915 was it a workhouse or mother and baby home?|
|31 August 2020||Looking of anyone and anything to do with the Grimmer families of Norfolk/Suffolk. Happy for any form of contact. Thank you!|
|13 August 2020||In 1829 Sarah Hawes of Newton Flotman, had a child out of wedlock by John Wright, Plumber and Glazier. He was made to pay 1/6d per week maintenance. Can anyone help me to find the right John Wright please?|
|11 August 2020||I have a brick wall regarding James Riches b.1759 in Bungay. He marriedSusanna Calver (Carver?) in abt 1784.He had numerous children inc John b.1785 the eldest who, married Jane Pickett 1810 in Southwark,s.London.I can find no trace of his parents. Gra|
|03 August 2020||I'm looking for any information on the Maternity Home which was at 3 Aspland Road, East Wymer. My mother-in-law (now 95) was born there in 1925 and I'm trying to put a book of her life together for her. I don't seem to be able to find anything.|
|03 August 2020||Researching my PARISH family from West Norfolk mostly around Methwold. Edwar d & William are common names. Happy to share details|
|01 August 2020||Sorry - first line should read Grandmother not mother.|
|31 July 2020||Susannah Brown was my m-I-law’s mother. She lived in Battersea with her mother & father, Elizabeth & Wm Morley in 1881 C. Sus was b. In 1835.|
|20 July 2020||I would like to hear from anyone who can help with a family mystery. My great grandmother was killed during air raid in WW2 in Norwich but she is NOT buried in Earlham cemetery. Family legend has it that her ashes were scattered in her sister's garden in|
|17 July 2020||Appreciate another pair of eyes to ensure, I have all the issue of John and Harriet Snelling (nee Vincent) of Tivetshall St Mary m. 1832 - viz: John 1837, Caroline 1839, Mary Anne 1842, George 1845, Harriet 1847, Maria 1849, Elijah 1851, Robert 1854 and M|
|13 July 2020||Searching for the parents of Edith Gertrude Mower, b. Oct 1804, Norwich. Assistance would be appreciated|
|03 July 2020||GREENSIDES from ormesby broad Dove from Aylsham|
|28 June 2020||I am researching the Mowl family from East Wretham, my 4x Great Grandmother was Ann Mowl born 1794|
|28 June 2020||I am researching the Lyngcoln family from Attleborough, Wayland area. Does anybody else have information we can share? Many thanks|
|26 June 2020||Searching for the parents of Alfred Barkaway, born c. 1836 in Earsham. All searches lead to Barkway not BarkAway and Brockdish, not Earsham. Alfred doesn't show up in 1841 census and by 1851 is a cordwainers apprentice so no details of his parents. I have|
|18 June 2020||Looking for origins of the wife of William Charles Browne. Her maiden name was Ann Massey. She married Wm. at Manchester in Dec. Q 1862. They lived in 1881 at St.Benedict Norwich, in Ely Street. He was the father of James Browne, who worked at Caleys|
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