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red mail Peck & Clark Oakington
My Naomi Peck (b 1851 Histon) married a William Clark in 1868 (Chesterton district). Seemingly, William (1851) father was John (b 1811) and his mother Alice (b 1814). They had two children Elizabeth (b ~1869) and Charles (b ~1870). Having problems finding Elizabeth post 1871 census. Any thoughts?
red mail Charles Peck b 1848 Histon Histon
Just begining research into my Peck family. My journey starts with Charles Peck, b 1848 in Histon. He married Priscilla Nunn b 1846 in Chevrington (might not be the correct spelling). Don't yet know when and where they married. They had 7 children (some of whom could be 1/2 brothers and sisters), named Walter Valentine b1848 Priscilla Pauline b1874 Charles Alexander b1875 Emily Blanche b 188 Bennett Carlton b1881 Saint Clement b1885 William James b1880 I will be most grateful if anybody can shed light on these Pecks.
red mail Thomas Hart born about 1770 to 1890 Hemingford Abbots
I am looking for the parents of Thomas Hart born around Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire between 1770 and 1790. He married Elizabeth Marriott on 27 March 1806 in Hemingford Abbotts, Huntingdonshire. He died 30 January 1866 in Hemingford Abbotts, Huntingdonshire. They had the following children: John, Thomas, Alice, Henry, Charles, William, Elizabeth, James Henry, George, and Ann.
red mail James Payne 1911 Census Eltisley
On 1901 Census James Payne (sometimes Paine) was living in Eltisley, Cambs with his parents Riseley & Elizabeth. he was born on 10.06.1883 and died 04.10.1917. He enlisted in the 8th Btn Lincs Regiment and stated that he was employed as a portable engine driver (probably an agricultural machine) in Lincs. I cannot find James on the 1911 census, anyone any suggestions?
William Eversden Esq. Toft
William Eversden, b. Jan 1671, died Jan.1735 Toft, and is buried within the church there. At the time Toft and the surrounding area was well known for its dissenters to the established church, this making confirmation of baptisms, marriage and deaths a little tricky, and although the parish records at Toft are well recorded and looked after, I would like to know if anyone could give me any information on William's wife or wives. I believe from the records that he was married twice ?, both called Mary, and he had eight children between 1701 and 1713. Were these children to his first or second wife ?, his will mentions only bequests to some of these eight. Maybe there was only one wife, and the records have become mixed up ? Anybody help me please ?? Thanks, Brian
Looking for info on Richard FISHER from Caxton and his wife Sarah CRICK from Kimbolton. They settled at South End, Bassingbourn and had children John, Esther, Charles, Samuel, Ellen, Rhoda, Mary, Walter. All were baptised at the Independent Chapel in the early 1800s. Mary FISHER (1836-1912) was my Great Great Grandmother.
red mail leader chew Bourn
does anyone have information on Julia LEADER CHEW of bourn cambridgeshire on her marriage to sidney herbert BARNETT at caxton in 1893.
GOODWIN, KNIGHT, HOLLOMAN Families Hemingford Grey
Seeking information & connections to families:- Goodwin, Knight & Holloman from Hemingford Grey/Hemingford Abbotts in 1800's.
red mail WEBSTER of Over, Cambs Over
My family moved to Swavesey from Over. Fisher WEBSTER (b. Jan 1772 m.Rose WARRINGTON, b. 1791) is the first forebear I have born in Swavesey. His father, William WEBSTER (b. 1738) (m. Alice LINTON, b. 1733) and all his previous family, were from Over. So this was his father - Fisher WEBSTER, b. ca 1697 (m. Audline ( ), b. ca 1700) - his grandfather, Fisher WEBSTER, b. 1672 m. Lucy WAYMAN b. 1673, his great grandfather, John WEBSTER, b. 1637, m. Isabel FISHER b. 1628, his great great grandfather, John WEBSTER, b. 1603, m, Joane LAMMAS, b. 1604, etc
red mail WEBSTER of Swavesey Swavesey, Swavensey
My family originated in Over and then moved to Swavesey. John WEBSTER (b. Dec 1842) (m. Mary Susannah WALKER, b. Jun 1849 ) then moved to Cambridge btw 1851 and 1861 (probably with his mother (Ann, nee THORPE b.Dec 1817) ). Their eldest son, Alfred James (b.May 1871) married Emily MEDLOCK (b. Jan 1872).

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