I am researching Alfred CLARK, my G G Uncle, who was born in or around Fulbourn, Cambs UK 1836 and died at Impington Cambs in 1920.
I would really like to find some family history of his descendants, in the hope that they may be able to shed light on my G GF Richard CLARKE (with the E)...
I've been "doing a lot of reading". eek)
I know that DNA use for Family History research does not produce names, places, dates and whatever, but I find the possibilities for seeing clusters of the same family lines etc. quite fascinating. And there is also the small chance that someone else...
William CLARKE married Mary HANCOCK 15 Sep, 1800 in All Saint's at FULBOURN Cambs UK. (From the Parish Register). Both were shown 'otp', so William must have already been in Fulbourn for a while.
William was buried Jun 23 1834 at Fulbourn - "aged 57", so +/- 1777 is his birth year.
I do not...
OK, this is a newbie question, so please be gentle ... ;-) I've searched the Census often, and always found a street reference somewhere. Not this time.
1841 Census, Cambs UK, FULBOURN
Page 8 is at the top left of the page
Page 7 is at the bottom left corner of the...
Little Wilbraham in Cambridgeshire is a small village just outside of Cambridge UK, and a short distance from Great Wilbraham and Fulbourn. There is a very old church there, St. John's.
Question: When it comes to looking for Parish Records 1700-1800, what Parish is Little Wilbraham part of...
From Family Search:
William Clark, 9 May 1778 - christened in Little Wilbraham (in Cambridgeshire UK). His parents are shown - William and Mary Clark.
Church of England, so most likely St John's in Little Wilbraham.
(System Origin: England - ODM
Indexing Project: J13841-1)
I have an 1851 Cambridge County Gaol prison record that shows a 19 yrs old inmate was previously: Quote "twice summarily convicted of misconduct in a workhouse". Unquote
Based on dates and age 18/19 when in the County Gaol, I would think these acts of misconduct probably happened in the...
Although not a beginner in the truest sense, I am certainly a beginner researching HM Prisons and prisoner records. :-)
Can anyone help with this, or give me a shove in the right direction:
I see in the Criminal Registers Archive for Cambridge (England & Wales, Criminal Registers...
I am TRYING TO FIND the UK details of just one person : Richard CLARKE born 1831/1832, most probably in Cambridgeshire, son of an Eliza and [Blank]. This is a long post, but I want to lay out what I know, to save unnecessary searching. Working backwards, this is what I know:
Fact: NSW Death...
LOOK UP Please. Richard CLARKE, b. c 1832 in or near Cambridge, Stroud, Gloucestershire UK
Parents John CLARKE and Eliza(beth) HANCOCK Clarke.
I'm not having much luck finding my GGF Richard CLARKE in or around Cambridge in Cambridgeshire. :confused:
I do have a short entry written by him...
Searching for the death record of Eliza HANCOCK or Eliza CLARK(E) especially in the period 1832-1841 in or around Cambridge, UK. Possibly the wife of a John CLARKE, and mother of Richard CLARKE.
An Eliza HANCOCK CLARKE was the mother of my Brickwall, Richard CLARKE. I am not certain she was...
Sarah Ann POOLEY, 28, Glove Maker b. Ifford Essex (*not Ilford), in Cambridge 1851
According to the 1851 Census, Sarah Ann POOLEY, 28, Glove Maker, b. IFFORD, Essex, (****Edited - not ILFORD as originally typed) was living in Cambridge (??in Judge Passage??) at the census date. She had a...
See the attachment for detail.
SO, I have a Baptism record. And I want to actually know what is really in the church record e.g. is the mother really a Delany or another maiden name. Is Kitty a family name for Catherine, etc.
How can I find the actual church? And are there actual...
See the thread at http://www.forum.familyhistory.uk.com/showthread.php?t=7458
I found a Ballybricane, but not a Bricane, in Parish Dunkerrin, Co. Tipperary.
Do you know if this is the same place?
Seeking information on Catherine DELANEY, daughter of Andrew DELANEY and Catherine CORMACK, b. c1835/6. TIERNEY cousins in same area. Dunkerrin mentioned. RC. See below link: