is there an index online to which wills are being held by people from suffolk? ive tried searching but its all a bit confusing, and im looking for an index like Lancashire has where i can view the list of names whos wills are held.
hi, im looking for information regarding the marriage of Joseph Stannard and Sarah Wilkinson .
they lived in Badingham Suffolk after their marriage , their first child was born in 1810. by the 1841 census sarah was dead (1837 baddingham) so im unable to find where she came from.
yeah ive seen william was a shoemaker, the census tells us that too.
i wonder if the laxfield parish registers are missing or not transcribed online, as i expect thats where mary ann was christened, and william and ann were married both in the 1790's.
i can find no birth for ann easey/easy...
ahhh.... hold on..
William Bickers 73 [b. Baddingham. Shoemaker]
Ann Bickers 97 [b. Dunwich]
Harriot Bickers 51 dau [b. Laxfield]
Harriot Casey 37 g'dau [do]
Adefed Bochert 20 g'dau [do]
i think thats 'my' mary anns eldest child, born in 1812, its not 'casey' but 'easey' and would be anns...
well the unconfirmed marriage does add up to the census's. im happy enough to accept it with caution.
i cannot find a christening for ann easey in dunwich in the 1750's, and as shes over 40 when she married william bickers, maybe it was her second marriage - her first being to an easey.
thats interesting.... what is a 'not validated' marriage?... one they might have lied about? ann would be over 40 when she married william bickers with him being 20 years younger... sounds odd to me. how can this ever be checked out?
mind you if ann was a lose woman its no wonder that her...
hello everyone, my mother was well pleased with the family tree i gave her on crimbo day - many thanks to all who helped my research . :)
im now stuck on another line, this time its Mary Ann Easey who the census tells me was born in Laxfield, Suffolk in about 1791.
she appeared to have had a...
the derby office isnt far, but a pain to park, they dont hold as many records as the matlock office which is a way to go just for a few bits.
ive got the cliffords back to the mid 1600's plus several spouses lines too. ive about run out now without wishing to look too far - im most happy with...
site or location?...
i use the igi and find my past. all this is local to me so i know where the locations are and how likely they are to be 'right'.
i got back to 1560 on the vickers line :)
cant find anything out about samuel foulds.... more investigation needed but im running out of...
YES! ..... vickers was elizabeths grandmothers maiden name.
elizabeths parents samuel and ann, anns parents were richard and catherine, they married in spondon in 1794, richard clifford and catherine vickers.
that now confirms the line many thanks for that!
now samuel foulds! lol
oh i do agree it looks very interesting, not sure though why they used the mothers maiden name and not the fathers.... the birth of george does list her as 'clifford'.
in fact, looks likely :)
thank you very muchly guys... :)