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William Eversden Esq.
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
red mail Joseph DICKERSON, Blacksmith
My great, great grandfather, Joseph Dickerson born 1775 in Gamlingay, was the blacksmith at Toft in 1841. Unfortunately his name was incorrectly entered in the census of that year. He had two sons, one of whom, Joseph followed his father as the Toft blacksmith.Joseph Snr. retired to a small farm in Stock Green, Caxton. His daughter, Sarah Lam Dickerson married Thomas Scott of Haslingfield.I would be very grateful for any information on Joseph's wife or parents.
red mail Mills Blows Toft 1847
Elizabeth Mills born 1847 in Toft, Cambridgeshire. Brothers, William born 1839, Littleport, George born Toft 1845, Sister, Susan 1849 Toft. Parents were Clementina also known as William or Clement Mills born 1817 Kingston and mother Sarah Blows born 1817 Littleport. Grandparents were Richard and Catherine Mills and John and Elizabeth Blows Kingston. Elizabeth Mills married Walter Mills son of Edward and Ann Mills and they had ten children. Eliz., Fred, Harry, Lily, Louisa, Richard, Rose, George Richard. Walter died October 1, 1902. Any information would be appreciated. We have pictures and information to share with you.


 
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