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red mail Yarrow family
I've been researching the YARROW family of Little Thetford (and neighbouring Stretham) for a long time. The Yarrow's were my Gt Grandmother's family and seemed to have a hand in everything from owning land, pubs, teaching and milking cows, so i'd like to hear from anyone with a YARROW connection.
red mail martin
Looking for descendents of Julius Martin born about 1835 - son of Charles and Elizabeth Martin. Julius emigrated to Australia in 1856.
Hinkin Anderson Hollington
Looking for connections to Ralph Hinkin born Little Thetford, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire on the 4 September 1848. Mother listed on birth record as Mary Hinkin, but no father is listed. The 1851 census has Ralph Hinkin aged 2 in Speed Lane, (Little) Thetford, Soham with mother Mary Hinkin (formerly a servant born Little Thetford) aged 37 but still no father. By the 1871 census Ralph Hinkin is a visitor with William and Mary Cross in Ely and by 1881 a packer lodging at 6 Bay Street, Hackney. Ralph Hinkin married Jessie Anderson on 8 October 1882 with his father listed as William Hinkin (a Gentleman). By 1901 Ralph and Jessie Hinkin are at 28 Vallentin Road, Walthamstow with four children, one of which was my grandmother, Jessie Henrietta Hinkin (1887-1938).
red mail Creek Family
John Creek married Margaret Knights 14.12.1797, their son John married Jemima ?.1825. Their son John, a Shepherd, married Mary Ann Ayres. Their daughter Phoebe married Jeremiah Taylor who was my greatgrandfather,they lived at Prickwillow and raised alarge family. I would like to exchange information.

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