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Abbe Simpkins has had a reply after 5 years so don't give up hope and if you change your email let me know!

Sent an E-mail to; webmaster@wangfordweb.co.uk
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And if you can help please let me know.

If you looking for your roots and come to Wangford call in and see me at 8 Hill Road just ask for Rod.

I have been asked to print the replies to the emails but sometimes
people don't want them on line as they may concern people in the family that are still alive.

We have had quite a bit of success putting people in touch after many years, some after as much as 30 years so if you can help please do.

Updated 1/03/2016

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Hello, I have a maternal Grandfather, namely John Francis 'Witty' Andrews,
he worked as a Butcher in Wangford circa 1890-1940, and later as a Farmer,
and in his Obituary a Horse Breeder also.

We are keen to hear of any stories/ recollections of John and or his
immediate family. If anyone has any photos they wish to share, then they
would be greatly received. I do know of one photo that exists of John;
stood outside his Butchers in Wangford, but have been unable to locate the
book for which it pertains.

If anyone knew of the type of horse he bred/ showed, then again we would be
very interested to hear, as we have tried 'Suffolk Punch' already to no
avail. We have a keen interest in equine ourselves; unfortunately he
doesn't appear in any of the stud books associated with the breed.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Mr. David Andrew Meadows.
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To whom it may concern

I am doing some research for a friend who no longer speaks to any of her family and I have a woman from Wangford, born in 1907 by the name of Ena May Boon. She married a man called Selley, I cannot find anything about who her parents were and therefore am stuck. I was wondering if you may be able to shed some light on it for me.

Many thanks,

Kellie

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Hi Wangfordians (did I get that right ?)

My name is Brian Peter Hansen. I was born in 1955 in Cape Town, South Africa, where I still live.

I retired recently, and embarked upon a plan to pass on the few family memories and heritage items in my possession.

Needless to say, once bitten by the genealogy bug, it becomes a rather addictive affliction, yet at the same time, an incredibly fulfilling one.

And the path leads to Wangford. Research in South Africa is extremely difficult, as very few records have been recorded and transcribed as with

1st world countries.

I am hoping that someone on this web-site will be able to fill in the numerous gaps in my story of the Crisps in South Africa, and perhaps my

knowledge of their South African descendants might fill in some of the gaps in yours ?

These are the facts I have been able to establish to date :-

FACT

I had an aunt, whom I remember from my childhood, named Amalie Olene

Ragnhilde Hansen, born in 1909 (I am not sure where).

FACT

She had a partner (married ?) named Charles Augustus Crisp, who was born

in 1888, in Wangford, Suffolk.

I THINK

His parents were Arthur Crisp (b.1870) and Harriet Crisp (b.1869). I don't

know her maiden name.

FACT

A Charles Augustus appears on both the 1891 and 1901 England and Wales

Censuses. I find no record of him on the 1911 Census.

The 1901 Census also lists a number of brothers and sisters of Charles

Augustus.

FACT

A South African transcribed database records the spouse of Charles

Augustus Crisp (b.1888) as Amalie Olene Ragnhilde Crisp.

I have no record of the time or place of this marriage.

FACT

I have 3 cousins here in SA whom I remember from my childhood but have

since lost contact with.

They are Hazell (b.1934), Doreen (b.1935) and Elaine (b.1941).

FACT

In 1948, the Stirling Castle sailed from South Africa to Southampton, and

the passenger list yields 5 passengers, all of whom boarded in Port

Elizabeth, Eastern Cape.

1 Charles Augustus Crisp (b.1888)

2 Amalie Olene R Crisp (b.1909)

3 Hazell Crisp (b.1934)

4 Doreen Crisp (b.1935)

5 Elaine Crisp (b.1941)

FACT

The Cape Town Court Estate files record the death of Charles Augustus

Crisp in 1957, in Cape Town.

Thats all I know. Absolutely anything anyone might be able to add to this

would be deeply appreciated.

regards

Brian Peter Hansen

Since my last e-mail I have established that Amalie Olene Ragnhilde also travelled to the UK (accompanied by Svend Ove Hansen, my grandfather)

aboard the SS Gascon, in early 1924. At that time she was aged about 14,and I suspect that she may have been chaperoned to England by her dad

in order to complete her schooling at an established English school. This is only conjecture, but were it a "holiday" trip I would have expected him

to have been accompanied by his wife Ragna (my grandmother) and their other 2 infant children. Also, Cape Town only received a permanent cable

electrical power supply in about 1930, so the quality of secondary & tertiary educational institutions was still rather limited.

Needless to say, I look forward to anything further which you may uncover, and I shall keep you informed of any new developments on my side.

many thanx and kind regards

Brian Peter Hansen

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Hello,

My name is Darren Aldous. My great grandfather was James Aldous who is buried in the graveyard there in Wangford. I am wondering if you could post
this email so that anyone who has any knowledge of James's family might be able to help us contact other distant relatives. We are from Alberta,
Canada and we are planning on visiting Wangford this summer. My great grandfather James's youngest brother was Fred Aldous who fought in WW1 and
I believe he may have had 7 sons. I had heard he lived in or near Ippswich at some point (possibly the 1930's and 40's)

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Thank you for you help,

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Darren J. Aldous

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I am seeking information on the Rudland family who were residents of Wangford in the early years of the 19th Century.
Sarah Maria Rudland was born in Wangford in 1814 and was probably the daughter of a Miles Rudland and Elizabeth Willis. I suspect this Miles may have been a surgeon. The only Miles Rudland that I can find in online indexes is
Miles Rudland born 1741 or 1751 in Levington and his wife Ann Barthrope, also born Levington in 1751, but their age suggests that they were grandparents of Sarah, not parents.
Another key relationship is Miles Willis Rudland, born Wangford 1805, surgeon, who I believe was a brother of Sarah Maria Rudland. Miles died an "unfortunate death" in Tunstall in 1854, leaving his wife (Arabella) and family destitute. A collection was raised for Arabella and the family by the Rev. Thomas Gerard Ferrand of Tunstall.

Anthony Lee

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My grandfather Edward Garrod was born at Wangford in1878. His mother was Emily Garrod, and his father was said to be a “Mr Rockwell” (Emily was working on the farm belonging to the Rockwells at Reydon at that time!)
Edward’s grandparents were William and Johannah Garrod, age 65 and59 in 1881. They were living at Wangford Hill.
If anyone has any further information about the family I would be pleased to hear from them, particularly if you could tell me if William and Johannah are buried in Wangford churchyard.

Maureen Manson.

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Hi,
I'm looking for any information I might be able to get hold of concerning Gertrude Emma B Goffin, born in Wangford in 1891. I believe she may have been illegitimate and am not sure who her parents were because on all the available census records she lived with her grandparents, James Goffin (b.1839) and Mary-Ann Playford (b.1841).
Any information would be much appreciated, for the sake of my Grandfather, who never really knew Gertie (his mother) because she died when he was young and his father did not talk about her.

Thank you,
Alice


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Hi my name is Harold Bartow, I am 76 and now live in Florida, I left England in 1959. I have the Rackham family from Thomas b.1854 to Evelyn Rackham who married Arthur Victor Spence in 1928. Lost after that , I need help finding any of their children or grandchildren to bring our family’s up to-date. any info would be great, most of the Rackham’s lived in and around the village of Frostenden.
I have now found that Thomas Reginald Rackham son Thomas or members of his family my still live in Barnaby green. I am hoping for info on them if you might know.
Thank you.
Harold

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 Hi

I am in the long process of family history and it has now taken me to Wangford with the name of Fisk(e) .The lady I have come upon is Harriet daughter of Mary Ann who I believe according to some record was illegitimate. I know she married James Emmans (my fathers line) but as Harriet was born out of marriage I have drawn a blank, so if anyone can help me please. I know nothing of the Fisk family so for any knowledge I would be grateful.

Regards

Susan Waring-Moore

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My name is Barry Pollard my Grandfather William Harry Butcher lived in Wangford the Address I cant find Woodland Villa Cottage. I think his Fathers name was
Samuel & had or run a farm in 1870s -80 . William Grow in Wangford my Mother told me he did work on his Fathers farm but did not take over the farm when asked by his Father decided to leave the farm & get a job driving lorries for Shell, William born 1888 died in 1952 in Kings lynn..

Hope you can shine a bit of light on my famil tree. Thank you .

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I have to say what an excellent web site.

I am trying to research my family to pass on to future generations and I am hoping you can help me.

I do plan to visit Wangford this year and really have very little to go on.

My Mother was possibly born but certainly spent some of her formative years in Wangford. She was known as Isabel Mallett eldest daughter of Jack Francis Mallett and Nancy Mallett nee Rayner.

I am aware my Grandmother passed away in the 1940's and is buried at Wangford Church

I believe my great Grandfather could have been Harry Rayner, I know very little more other than i had a great uncle Dick, Great Aunt Ruby who had a son Thomas and a Great Aunt Nelly.

I have another Aunt Elizabeth, my Mothers younger sister.

I believe Great Uncle Dick, who was married to Aunt Doris was the last surviving Raynor to live in Wangford.

My Grandparents used to live in the old Manse in Walpole.

I do hope this isn't too garbled, but I would dearly love to know as much as I can about my family.

Best wishes

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Have just discovered your wonderful website - what a collection of fantastic photos. The reason I was looking at Wangford was that an elderly aunt has been reminiscing about her youth and she recalls being evacuated as a child, with her sister, to Wangford, and that they were placed at the Loyal Oak. Wonder if there is anyone else who may have memories of that time, would love to hear if there is. I know my aunt would be delighted to hear other memories too.

Thanks Ann Claydon

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Hi

I'm trying to track down details of who i think is my Grandmother.
Unfortunately details are sparse at the moment. She was known as Minnie,
but i think her name was Eva Maria Page born in Wangford 1879. i think she
married William Payne around 1900's, but i cant find a marriage
certificate of William and Minnie unless Eva was her real name. Her death
cert says Minnie. Any help appreciated.

Does anybody know of this family or whether Eva Maria was known as Minnie?

i live in New Zealand so all contact has to be via internet.

Thanks

Michael Payne

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Dear sir.
I have just looked at the lovely pictures of Wangford on the Wangford Face book.
I was nearly in tears as I have never known my fathers background as he was born out of wedlock
His name was William Doddington. I know my grandmother was a Lily Doddington and her parents
where Samual Doddington and Eliza Crowfoot I did get in touch with a nice lady called Joan Hunting
about ten years ago but only found out little things and have not been able to get any further I first started this
search when the Rev.Copeland was at wangford about forty years ago. My dad was born in 1906 and I think
my grandmother could have gone to Canada. I came to Wangford years ago and Lady Penelope looked up the family
I think she found christenings but no buriel records which I cannot uderstand, as though the whole family disapeared.
My grandfather was a wheelright from Sottely Would be grateful for any info as I myself are getting older
Mrs Josephine Mabbutt (nee) Doddington

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I notice a post from Clive about Catherine Woolnough and William Noblet, both from Wangford, on the Family History of the Wangford website ( http://www.wangfordweb.co.uk/FamilyHistory.html ).

I have always thought that my great-grandmother was Kathleen Woolnough and came from Suffolk. My mother thought that her second name was Catherine, and found that it was Kathleen. She was named after her grandmother, so my great-grandmother could just as easily have been Catherine Woolnough. William is a common name in the Noblet family, so my great-grandfather could be a William. We spell Noblett with two t's but that too could vary.

There may be a link here, so could you put me in touch with Clive.

Joyce Edmonds 
Western Australia

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Hi,

I live in Kent and am trying to trace my Grandmothers family named Darby. She was born there (Wangford) in 1886 and had she had two brothers Will and Jack and three sisters Ada, Polly and Hariette. We think they moved to Bungay but other than that my father cannot remember anything about them. Would be glad to have any news to tell my Dad as he is now 92 and often mentions her family.

Thanks, regards, Pat

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Hi I’m trying to obtain family history of James Boyles born 1822 in Wangford Suffolk. He married a Harriet born 18/6/1817 from Uggeshall.
Does anybody have any info on the families

MANY THANKS
JOHN HENSHER

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Hi,

I'm doing a family tree and I'm researching my Great Great Grandfather - unfortunately I've hit a brick wall and cannot go any further back than
him!! To my knowledge he came from the Wangford area, although there is a mention of Beccles too, his details are as follows:

Name : Thomas Battrum (there is a question mark as per the spelling of his surname, which I've already checked) Born : About 1844

Thomas Battrum and his family moved to Kensington, London area - where he prospered as a builder. He died in August 1899

I would be most appreciative of any help you could give me on the Battrum family.

Yours

Stella Penney

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I am researching several lines of the Woolnough family that ended up in Guernsey, Channel Is. 
One I have just found is William Woolnough, a merchant seaman, who died 1874 St Sampsons Guernsey.
On his probate his estate goes to his father, John Woolnough, brick layer of Wangford, Suffolk, as next of kin.
This John Woolnough is the one listed in the trade directories on your webpage.
Just wonder if anyone knows more of this family - especially any information on John's parentage.

Thank you
Sheila Bretel

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Good morning, at the moment I am researching my family history and have found that my gggrandfather James Taylor was born in Wangford in 1801. I have found him on the 1841 census as a carpenter living in Marylebone, Middlesex with his wife Sarah and five sons. I would be grateful if anyone has any information on his earlier life.

Thank you Margaret Jones.

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I understand that Margaret Augusta Shaw Brooke George died at Wangford in January 1925. She was married to my great-grandfather, William. They lived in London and had several children, the last born in 1889. However in the 1901 census she was no longer shown as living with the rest of the family and I cannot trace her until her death in Wangford in 1925. Before marrying my g-grandfather she was married to Rev Spencer Philip Harvey but he died in 1869. They had one son, Spencer.

I am wondering whether she became ill after giving birth in 1889 and moved to Wangford – maybe to a hospital or institution? I should be extremely grateful for any information – or leads – which anyone can offer.

Many thanks.
Brenda Mathews, Sussex.

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Hello.
My name is Denise Gell, I am trying to find the whereabouts of my GGGrandfather William Crickmore, I have found out that he was born in Wangford in 1810.
It would seem that he spent his life in Wangford, married and had his children.
Am I right in thinking that Wangford and Beccles are in the same borough as sometimes I find him in Beccles but mostly in Wangford.
William married Anne Norman 17th November 1840.
I have him as a butcher in Sheepgate Wangford in the 1841 census again is this Beccles or Wangford?.
William had 4 children: William 1843, Robert 1846,Sussannah 1848 died 1860,Georgeanna 1855, all have Wangford Beccles on their birth registration.
My GGrandfather was Williams son Robert who according to the 1861 census was a shoemaker in Wangford, his son William was an apprentice blacksmith in 1861.
William Crickmore the elder died 1873.
I would be very grateful if anyone could shine some light on my confusion.
thank you in advance for any help you can give me.
Denise.

Hi Denise;
Beccles is the market town for Wangford, but Beccles was in the Wangford hundred I hope you are following all this. "Gate" is an old name for a street, and as we never had a Sheepgate in Wangford it would have been the name of a street in Beccles at the time.

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I've just commenced an incredible journey to seek where my father's family originated and it leads to Wangford. The oldest Hayward I have noted is Samuel Hayward born Wangford 1828 and his father was Samuel too who married a Sarah but the end is there. So if anyone can help, I would be delighted to hear. Will probably be in Wangford over next 2 months sometime!! Your web pages are so delightful and inspiring and of course thought provoking. I really can't wait to look further but that will be after I've sought out my maternal ancestors on Isle of Soay and then to Over Stowey, so I can safely conclude I originated mostly in the Great Britain land mass.
Yeah!

Denise King (Australia)

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I am Abbe Simpkins. I live in California. As a child, my nanny was an English immigrant. She and her husband emigrated here when she was 35. They had no children. She treated me as her grandchild, and I, knowing no different, basked in seeing her as my grandmother. She taught me to bake, scolded me when I needed it, and loved me unconditionally. Indeed, I was closer to her than I was to my own grandmothers. Her husband died first. Then, in her 80s, she passed away, and she left most of her worldly possessions, such as they were, to my mother, who then passed them on to me. I have treasured them as I do any of my own family "jewels." Her tea set holds such sweet memories for me. ..as a young adult, I would visit her in her modest little home, and she always used it to serve me tea and crumpets. However, I am getting older, and in recent years I have decided that I want to find a "true" family home for a couple of her things that she brought with her when she left her home. They are both huge (beautiful!) books, "A History of England," and her "Family Bible." They're quite old, with gold "locks" that close the Bible. Unfortunately, the covers have detached themselves from each of them. And I’ve considered spending the money to repair them. But, honestly, I would rather pack them up good and ship them off to England. . .but to whom?! This is my quandary.

The last couple of years, since conceiving this idea, I have made small efforts to find any of her family's descendants, but with no luck. It just occurred to me that I should contact some parish church, knowing that in your country, they usually keep good records. And also, figuring that her family probably didn't move around a lot, (with the exception of HER!). So today I goggled the place that the immigration papers said her father lived before immigrating. .."Norfolk Rd.Wangford, Suffolk, England." And up came your website!

OH, I AM SO HOPING THAT YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO PUT ME IN CONTACT WITH SOMEONE FROM HER FAMILY, OR SOMEONE WHO CAN! I know it will cost me a small fortune (that I can't really afford right now) to mail these books, BUT it would please me so to know that I have done the right thing.

So, here is all that I know about "Mrs. Clover:" (most of this was gathered from her Bible, and from some documents that my cousin, who is a genealogist, was able to dig up)

She was born Florence May Cross, April 14, 1892, Uggeshall, Suffolk,

Her sister was born Edith May Cross, August 14, 1888, Stoven, Suffolk, and died Feb. 8, 1953.

(From manifest records, I have noted that the last time Mrs. Clover probably went to visit England was shortly after her sister's death, March, 1953. Mrs. Clover would have been 61, I guess, at the time.)

They were born to William John Cross, who was born May 26, 1854 and died March 1, 1929,

and Suzanna Cross, birth date unknown, and died Sept. 13, 1910. They were married Nov. 23, 1887, at the Parish Church, Stoven, Suffolk, by the vicar, Thomas St.Hill.

Mrs. Clover emigrated to the US in 1927 at age 35; her husband, James Clover had preceded her here, in 1924.

That's about all I know. As I said, Mr. and Mrs. Clover had no children of their own. But I wonder about her sister, Edith? Or maybe farther back, to her parents' siblings' descendants? Oh, this almost sounds impossible, now that I'm writing you. But I shall remain hopeful. And if I must, I thought I could send them to the parish church for their historical records or something. Maybe you can give me a proper way to contact someone there. In the meantime, I will anxiously await a reply from you.

Thank you, in advance, for any assistance you might be able to provide.

Sincerely,

Abbe Simpkins

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Hello,
Thank you very much for your informative site and your kind offer to post our family history research enquiry of the possible occurance of the surname Baldry in the Wangford Parish.
We are researching a marriage here between Henry Shephard and Ruby May Baldrey, a spinster of this parish, on 12 August 1930. Her father was Samuel James Baldrey and we would wish to know if there is any history of the name here?
Thank you for any possible assistance and / or suggestions.

Bob & Jean Shephard.

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Hello;
I am currently trying to fill in some of the blanks in my family tree and in particular I am trying to ascertain more information about my great uncle William Henry Simcox. The 1911 Census shows that he was living in Colchester with his mother Selina Simcox ( my great-grandmother) and his sister Ethel ( my grandmother).
The next record I can find is that he marries a Dora May Roe in the District of Wangford in the December quarter of 1916.
The 1911 census records Dora May Roe born 1889 living in the District of Wangford. Regrettably my trail stops here and there are no close family members alive that can provide further information so I am wondering if there are folks living in Wangford that may have knowledge of the family.

Many thanks Barry

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Having explored your lovely Wangford website, I was interested to see several names in my family tree. My grandmother was Alice Aldred born 1866, she married Arthur Barber & they lived at Wenhaston until early 1890's. They were married at the Primitive Methodist Chapel in Wangford, and their oldest child, Alice born 1890 was baptised there. Alice Aldred's parents were Henry Aldred born 1832 and Mary Walker. Henry's father was Thomas Aldred born 1787. If there are any local descendents living locally or who also use this website from further afield, I would appreciate contact to fill in gaps in family history, and would be happy to reciprocate.

Here's hoping, regards, Mary.
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I've been reading the excellent articles submitted by local people with memories of Wangford in the 30s and 40s. I have found two references, one mentions Nurse Ridgewell and the other Miss Ridgewell who kept the sweetshop for a time.

I now have the death certificate for Julia Ridgewell, she died at Pound Corner in 1932. The informant was her daughter Winifred Ridgewell of the same address. I'm wondering if Winifred could have been the Nurse Ridgewell/Miss Ridgewell referred to in the articles. Is there any chance that there might be anyone who might have any further memories or information that would clarify it for me? I was hoping to find Julia's place of burial which would presumably have been in Wangford. Do you think I should ring the vicar for help on that one?

Any help or advice you could give me would be gratefully appreciated. We're looking forward to visiting in July and I'd like to find out as much as I can.

I have learned from the vicar and churchwarden that there are 2 Ridgewells buried in the churchyard although the graves are unmarked. Lady Penelope Gilbey has kindly offered to show us the Parish Registers whe we visit in July. From reading "Wangford in the 30's" by G.K.Reynolds I've found reference to several other Ridgewells:- Billy, Tiddler, Bertie, Derek (Dee Dee), Violet and Edna. Can I ask if these names mean anything to anyone. Any reference or piece of information, however small, would be most gratefully received.

Many thanks,

Rose.

My husband and I have now visited your lovely village and were able to look at the Parish Registers, thanks to Lady Gilbey. We have found trace of several members of the Ridgewell family who lived and were laid to rest in Wangford. On the board in the church which commemmorates villagers who served in the two World Wars we saw the name W.Ridgewell. I don't appear to be able to identify this person as being a member of the family of which I'm familiar, yet feel they must be. Could anyone help me with any information?

I have also just found a connection to the Eppy's who lived in the village. I've seen the picture of John Eppy in the 1953-54 Football Team. James Eppy died in 1924 and is buried in the churchyard. Again any information would be very useful.

Many thanks,

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Dear Webmaster

I noticed your address on the internet and I wondered if you might possibly be able to help me trace some of my ancestors.

My great grandfather, Christopher Mellis Smith was born in 1842 at Benacre and married Ellen Mary (Ella May) Eastaugh in 1868. I believe he farmed (possibly as tenant or land agent) at Benacre Hall Farm, Wrentham for Sir Thomas Gooch (miller) and then at The Elms, Wangford for Lord Stradbroke of Henham Hall. I believe he looked a bit like Henry V11 and had a beard.

He had five children Ellen (Nellie) Mary Smith, Ada Smith, Christopher Robert Smith 1870-1916 (my grandfather), Flora Susannah Smith and Heywood Smith. Nellie and Ada I stayed with once in Southwold were they lived at a house just outside the town called St Anne's. Heywood Smith emigrated to Alberta Canada. My grandfather married Mary Ella Broom. He had three children Barbara Smith b1909, Christopher Broom Smith b1899 and my father John Mellis Smith born 1902. My Grandfather Christopher Robert Smith was described on his son's birth certificate as an overseas merchant, although I believe he also farmed at The Grange (although I do not know where that it is. My father was born at The Elms, Wangford and farmed there as a young man. In the thirties he married Jane Mclosky Westfeldt Cameron in the Parish Church at Southwold.

Any information would be most welcome. I have some old photos but I cannot identify them.

Kind regards

Christopher Mellis Smith

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Hi,
My name is Kay Eastaugh and I came across the email posting on your site by Christopher Mellis Smith. Christopher’s great grandmother, Ellen Mary Eastaugh, is the sister of my husbands (Andy) great, great grandfather, Robert Eastaugh b. 4/7/1837 in Stoven and I think that makes Christopher something like ‘third’ cousin of my father-in-law Les (Neville Leslie) Eastaugh. I’d love to get in contact with Christopher and am quite willing for you to pass on my email address to him.

Many thanks.
Kay

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Hi, I am in the process of tracing my fathers family tree - Stebbings

There was a huge amount of Stebbings's\in the 1851 census and the family appears to grow up to the 1901.

They were all of a farming background and I wander if anyone has any further information. My Great Grandad was married at Wangford church in 1904 and the further children were born in Wangford.

Anyone got any info that could help ?

Mark Stebbings

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I am trying to get some information about the 1841 census which placed one of my ancestors in a house called St. Terris as a servant to a veterenarian . Does anyone know of such a place locally and what was it's function and history.?

Thanks
Mike Jenner

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I would be very grateful to hear from anyone who has informatioin regarding the TERRY family who were harness-makers and carpenters in Wangford during the 1800s.
I am trying to dig out some of my wife's early relatives and would welcome any information that other researchers may have. I know that James Terry married Isobel Marmaduke Marsden in 1816. Isabel was born in 1788 in Worlingham and her Dad was named Rufus Marsden. But the trail ends there and I wonder whether any of your contributors has any information about that family. Similarly I would very much appreciate any info regarding the parents of James Terry, Isobel's husband.
I realise that this is a long shot but many people are now putting their pedigrees together and there is a chance that we could help each other.
We live in Wingfield, near Stradbroke and both our families originated in Suffolk - mine from Nayland near Sudbury.

Many thanks
Martin Gosling

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Hi

I'm researching my wife's father's family history and have reached the point
where the various online resources can't help. I am trying to find out more
about George Colby whose address in the 1841 census was Olland Street, Bungay
St Mary and I believe died in Wangford in 1881 aged 71. His wife's name was
Elizabeth (died in Wangford in 1875 aged 62 I think). They had children Ann
(1838), Elizabeth (1839), Susanna (1841), Emma (1842), Edward William - my
wife's great grandfather (1844) and Thirza Sarah (1950). I am particularly
keen to find out about the birth of George, and the marriage of George and
Elizabeth.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Regards

Chris Hicks

After further digging I think George Colby may have married Elizabeth Frost in
April 1837 in Redenhall.

Chris

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Dear Webmaster,

I shall be grateful for any info you may have on William Noblet who married Catherine Woolnough both from Wangford. Catherine was born 1851 and emigrated with William to Dublin. They are my great grandparents.

Thanks

Clive

Hi Rod;
Thanks for taking the time to respond to my e mail.
I have since learned that Catherine was the daughter of John Woolnough and Mary Ann Brighton who were married on 29 December, 1836 at Wangford Cum, Henham, Suffolk. John Woolnough was born 1806 and was the son of William Woolnough and Hannah Rittingdale ( born 1783) from Snape, Suffolk..
Best regards

Clive

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It would appear from your site that you receive many pleas of help with regard 'Family Tree Searches' and here I am adding to that list! You should, they say, never start with an apology, however, I am sorry to bother you...I'm stuck!

My search is regarding Rev Slater Sunderland who ministered in the Wesleyan Church somewhere in/near Wangford around 1880. The Wesleyan church did seem to move ministers frequently so he may not have ministered in your area for long. His wife died in 1880 and the death is registered as Wangford County, Suffolk. Her name was Maria Antonette/Antoinette. They did work in West Indies for some time prior to this. Does anyone have old photos/newspaper clippings/stories regarding the Wesleyan Church at this time or even better Slater & Maria Antonette? I am in Argyll, Scotland...not the most convenient when researching in deepest England!

With thanks,

Catherine Sunderland

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My late father was a Housego and I have traced the family back to Suffolk and Norfolk where they originated before ending up in various parts of London. My father moved to Somerset during WW2 and settled there I have no contact with any Housego's and at the moment I live too far away to visit Norfolk so would appreciate any info available.

Kind Regards 
Wendy

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Hello, 
I don't know if you can help me, I am trying to trace my family history. It is very difficult as my grandmother does not know much about her parents or her grandparents. 
I managed to find out my great grandmother's birth date and the district it was registered is Wangford.
just wondering if you know of the Witham family, they had a daughter on 9th October 1907 called Kathleen Mary Witham. I don't know anything else about her or her parents, if you could help it would be greatly appreciated!!

thank you
regards
Sarah Cousins

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Hi and G/day,
my family and I are attempting to find out what we can about the following names in order to pass on any knowledge gained, hopefully, to generations to come out here in the colonies.

William Woolner b1821 his wife Harriet nee Emmerson b1823, were, we are led to believe, inhabitants of Wangford also their daughter Emma b1855 who married one John Crisp b1856 who may have come from Beccles.

John Crisp we were told by their daughter Rosa d1978 ran a farm for his father who had it as a hobby? and was a miller
and purported to be the first farmer in England? to grow sugarbeet.

Anything no matter how trivial or obscure would be most appreciated.

Regards James.H.Seaman N.Z.

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Hello all,

I wonder if anyone can help me with any information about Cecily Hall who was born in Wangford about 1895. I think she later lived in Romford Essex. if any body has any information at all I would be grateful. just starting out on this journey of tracing ancestors!

regards,
Barbara McGovern

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I wonder if anybody can help me fill in the gaps on the Martin family
who were the millers in Wangford. I know that Frank died in the
crushing gear of the mill and that the mill burnt down in 1928. If
anyone has any more information on the family or photographs other than
the ones on your website I would be very grateful.

They are the family of my step brother and I can remember Ruby Martin
his aunt who lived in Beccles in approx. 1950's.

Kind regards
Ann Rowcraft
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I am hoping to find out more about my grandmother's family the Halls. Grand mother was Florence Henrietta Hall and was born in1887 in Wangford her father was Fredrick and she had sisters named Annie and Lily and brothers named Fredrick, Ernest and Arthur. I think her mother
was Ann Manning who I understand died of cirrhosis in1900. I understand Fredrick Hall then married Emily Wilson . My mother told me of her and her sisters spending holidays with her step-grandmother.
Fredrick Hall was landlord of The Falcon Inn in Beccles for several years.I wonder if any of the descendants still live in the area?
Thank you for setting up such a useful website.
Brenda.

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10-May-2008

What a great website, especially for folks who can't travel to Wangford. But I am happy to say that I will be coming in a couple weeks, and wondering if someone with knowledge of local history, or anyone doing family history research in Wangford would mind having a pint with me one night.

I've traced my ancestor William Benns, a blacksmith, to Wangford. As best I can tell in the 1830's he moved with his family to Toronto, Canada. I believe he married Susan Lyon(s) who may have been from Wrentham. They had at least two children, Sarah and Philip, I think both were baptized at Wangford.

Some specific questions I have:
Are there any stones in the cemetery from the early 1800's?
Does the church have a "parish chest" ? Might there be anything of interest in there for my research?
Is there anyplace I could obtain or borrow an old map of the town (circa 1840) so as I walk around I can imagine what was there 130 years ago?
Are there any Benns families still in Wangford or nearby towns?

If you'd like to reply, please send e-mail. Even if I cannot find any further information about my ancestors, I will certainly cherish seeing the village where they used to live.

Sincerely,

Steve Pinkoski

10-01-2011

(Steve came to Wangford and with the help of the locals found that William Benns worked at the blacksmiths shop that later became The British Legion H.Q.)Steve Pinkoski contacted the website in 2008…My family hail from Beccles but are related to the Wangford Benns’. There were related Benns’s in Beccles, Wangford, Wretham and Sotterley. The Sotterley/Wangford branch were in farming/milling but one branch died out in the area after the first world war when his horses were confiscated for the war effort! There’s a William Benns in the Wrentham churchyard that is related to the Beccles Benns’s (of which I’m a descendant) and the other Benns you refer to must be related. The Beccles Benns’s have a history in the leather/shoe trades (at Ingate, Beccles) but this died out. My parents now live in Bramfield (near Halesworth) whilst the other immediate descendents live in Beccles and Kessingland. There is a Benns branch in Australia that we believe relates to the Wangford/Wrentham/Sotterley Benns’s but we are not aware of the circumstances as to how they ended up in Oz (as deportees?!)

Andrew Benns

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Hi Roderick,

Does your enquirer have any further information about the William they are looking for? My Great-grandfather lived in Wangford, and he was Philip, son of a William Benns (c1795). His older brother was also named William (b1807). He was William Pleasants Benns - not sure why the 'Pleasants', perhaps a family name? He married Mary Ann Bailey and their eldest son was named William, too. He was a Miller, and I don't think he ever went to Canada.

However, William was definitely a family name and there were many cousins named William, also. I am fairly sure the William Benns you are looking for would have been a relative, but sadly I can't help with any information about him as I haven't been able to trace back before the William Benns c1795 who married a Sarah ? However, I have been told that the name was sometimes spelled 'Bends' in earlier generations!

If there's any way I can help further, please feel free to contact me again.

Elaine

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H. from North Bucks.

My interest in Wangford is because of my grandfather William Russell, baptised 3 June 1874 in Wangford, son of Harriet Maria Russell, domestic servant - no father's name on the birth certificate. Harriet was the daughter of James Russell and his wife Harriet Philpott (widowed, so I don't know her maiden name) and would have been 17 or 18 when William was born.
Would anybody know what the local news paper would have been then?

Any information would be most welcome.

Hello "H" you might try The Lowestoft Journal it started Sat. 26th. July 1873 or The Eastern Daily Press that started 10th. Oct. 1870. Hope this helps.
V.

Thank you V. for this useful information.
H.
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Hello all
I’m trying to trace my husband’s family,
The first stumbling block is we live in Spain so any 'hands on contact' is impossible.
Right are you sitting comfortably, then ill begin
We have a man born 11.5.1917 with initials known from mail on the mat and my late mother in law as
DOUGLAS GEORGE FREDRICK GARDINER,
Born in Wangford.
The birth cert details that I have located on line show a D.A.F.GARDINER, [ A POSSIBLE ERROR IN COPYING WITH THE A]
the details also state that his mothers name was Gardiner, smacks of a wartime liaison, perhaps his father died in the war.
He was said to have been born in Beccles.
We have two possible death dates one in 1978 in Leicester
One in Oxford 1984
Mum married him in 1940 my husband was born in 1944, he never got to see him as they had parted when mum was pregnant.
There is talk of him having a bigamous marriage between 1944 and 1960 no details on that
Mum divorced him in 1960

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks Yve Evans [Gardiner]

After success in finding half the family recently, I'm now looking for relatives by the name of JOHNSON.

EVELYN EMMA GARDINER married a MR JOHNSON in 1917 in wangford

Please are there any family left out there.

Thanks

Yve gardiner-Evans

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Hi this is Michael Gardiner I have seen my sister today and can give
you a bit more information.

Richard Gardiner was born in Wangford in 1740 and died in 1800.His son
Simon was born 1796 and died in 1862 .Another son "John" a twin of
Anne, were born in 1823, john died in 1902 his son was archibold who
was born in 1850 and died in 1940. My grandfather Micheal Elmar was
born in 1883 and died in 1973, he had 5 siblings, one of who was
george patrick who was born in 1881 and died in 1917 at Yepp.

I have a long list of siblings for all of these people which is too
much to list now.

Looking at the history, it seems that in about 1862 there are more and
more of my family in touch with bungay, they were blacksmiths but I
think there must of been some money there haha because simon which is
the one who was died in 1862 on the 2nd of november, his will was
published in 1863 in the oath of a john gardiner in bungay and a john
clark who was a baker was left £200 which in 1862 was a vast amount
of money. I can't possibly with my typing skills pass any more of the
family tree to you but there are an awful lot of women who probally
married into wangford families.

In the early 1800's, the men all seemed to be living in and around
bridge street in Wangford, later in the 1800's bungay seems to be more
and more.

Michael Gardiner
(Bridge Street later called The High Street)

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Hello, just been viewing the Wangford site over the last couple of days. Wonderful. Although not from Wangford I have associations with the village.
My regards to Joan Hunting and hope she is keeping well. My Aunt Sylvia Edwards was Sylvia Cook who grew up at Wangford before marrying dad's brother George and moving to Woodyard Cottages at Sotterley, Uncle George being a gardener at the Hall.
Gran moved to 12 Millfields, Wangford from 1 Council House, Uggeshall, previously living at Low Farm Uggeshall where I was born. Grandad worked as a dairy-man at Uggeshall Hall Farm. Gran and Grandad were Ida May and Arthur George Edwards, both at rest now at Uggeshall Churchyard.
Uncle Ray and Aunt Joan still at nearby Brampton, previously living in the school bungalow at Reydon, and cousin Andrea, husband Geoffrey and family at Smithy Cottages, Reydon just over the road. Other cousins and Aunt Ann & Uncle Richard in the area from Halesworth to Norwich, Blunderston and Lowestoft.
Dad was Ronnie Edwards, met Mam, Betty, while in RAF as "tail-end charlie" in Lancs and Wellingtons during the war. They married after the war ended and moved to Uggeshall where sister Susan and I was born (Low Farm) However after a few years Mam's was so homesick we moved up to Thorne near Doncaster where her family lived. Joan (Walker) Hunting befriended Mam whilst down there and later visited us many times up here, we likewise returning home alternate years to see Gran, Aunts and Uncles.
I think Dad attended Henham School and like his brothers learned to swim in the Wang (although not sure if Dad was much of a swimmer). Stories in your articles of the journey to school by the millers wagon sound familiar. He was youth club leader at Uggeshall and spent time at the vicarage at Wangford. Also a member of the local Home Guard at Uggeshall before joining the RAF (a story in itself). I'm sure there are people still at Wangford who will remember our family.
I collect old postcards of the area and have a few of Wangford - although I think you have all of them on view. Some of the cards are down your way with Uncle Ray at Brampton, others boxed up here so I will check them out and see if there is anything you don't have. I think I have a couple too of Henham School, one which might be different to the view you have with the children sat on the meadow beside the school.
Although having spent most of my life up here in Yorkshire I still lay claim to being from Suffolk with the blood running through my veins and regard Uggeshall as home. Always great to visit there and (like millions of others) waiting for the six magic numbers on the lottery. Then I would have to persuade my wife to move down where the sun shines on both sides of the hedge.
Great to read the articles (send my congrats to (Aunt) Joan for her story - all very interesting.
Best wishes to you all down there and wealth and prosperity to the village.
All the best
David Arthur Edwards 
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My sister and I will be visiting England during the entire month of September and will travel to Wangford as part of our visit. We have information that our mother's family's ancestral home was located near Wangford, according to a New York Times article dated February 18, 1926 which recounted its destruction by fire. It was called "Benacre Hall" and was occupied at the time of the fire by Sir Thomas Gooch and his family. We would like to visit the site of the home, if possible, and learn anything we can about our family. We would be eternally grateful to hear from you or anyone with any information. Thank you.
Janie Catron
Corbin, Kentucky, UA

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I have found the Wangford Web pages very interesting as my Grandmother
Emily Welton was born in the village in 1875. Her parents were Henry and
Harriett, Henry had various jobs including carpenter, painter and
glazier then about 1901 he became a postman in the village. Emily moved
to London where she was married in 1900 to Robert Cook they then moved
to Kent where she spent most of her life returning to London in her
later years. Emily had three sisters Lillian, Hilda and Henrietta and
two brothers Horace and Henry. I know Hilda and Horace married but I
don't know about Henrietta and Henry. Lillian did not marry and lived in
the village untill the 1950's in Ancient Lights does anyone know where
that was or is in the village?

Emily's Grandparents were I believe Henry and Ann Welton, Henry was a
boot and shoemaker in the village and her Great Grandparents were
Charles and Amelia Welton, Charles was also a boot and shoemaker in the
village.

Lesley Stephen

(It has been discovered that Ancient Lights was the building that stuck out between The Swan Hotel and The White Lion.)
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Hi,
I am trying to find out more about my family history and I am hoping that someone on this site might be able to help.
I believe that both my grandparents' births were registered in Wangford. My grandfather Douglas Claud Fredrick Aldred was born in 1909 and my grandmother, Betty Hurren was born in 1911.

I believe that my grandfather's father was also called Douglas and his wife was called Alice.
If anyone could give me any more information I would be great.
Many thanks

Selwyn Aldred
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May I congratulate you on a terrific website.

My interest in Wangford came about because of a distant relative, Henry Tann. The 1851 Census shows Henry(46) and his wife Mary Ann(49) (nee Smith) living in the village with two children Sarah Ann (12) and Mary Ann age 9. He is shown as being a 'Sawyer and flour dealer' No prizes for guessing which was his favourite pub!
If anyone knows any more about the family and in particular if there were any other older children (possibly a William), I would be very interested.

Michael Tann

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Hello - my grandmother Bella Langley (maiden name Meehan) is 100 on the 12th
of March this year.
She was born in The Buck Inn at Uggeshall in 1908. I know the property is no
longer a pub but am led to believe it is still there and her family would
very much like to make contact with the occupants. CAN ANYONE HELP??

The Buck Inn was run by her parents Isabella and Ernest Meehan who later
went on to run the Swan in Wangford. When Isabella died in the 1950's the
pub closed but my grandmothers older brother Hedley lived there until his
death in 1996.

Many Thanks

Ian Langley

(Contact was made and a great time was had by all.)

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I just had a look at your website – great job!

My son and I had the opportunity to visit the Church 2 years ago. With the help of a family relative whom I had never met before, they graciously helped me find my great grandfathers Gravesite. My great grandfathers name is Noah Webb. He died in 1933. Attached are a few pictures I took. I am trying to find more about his father – George Noah Webb.

All the best and kind regards.
Kenneth Arthur Noah Webb To enlarge just click on pictures
Parry Sound, Ontario,
Canada

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Hi my friend Great site you have started keep it going . Although i live in Berkshire i have in the last few months by doing my family tree found my side of the family Webbs and Andrews all came from either the Gillingham area (the Webbs )or from Suffolk area the Andrews.I have in the last few weeks found that my Gt Gt grandmother Mary Ann Andrews 1881 censor lived no 24 High St Wangford her last known address she was down as a Retail Ironmonger and Seamstress her sister Elizabeth living with her was i belive workng (this is hard to read) as a launder perhaps even in the laundry shown in your photos but who can tell At the time of the 1881 censor her children all have grown up and moved on there was three children all born with the Surname of Andrews so we assume all born out of wedlock .Her daughter Georgiana Andrews born 1850 went on to marry my Gt grand father William Webb also 1850 he was born Gillingham Norfolk they married 1871 St Nicholas Church Gt Yarmouth so in conclusion if any of your readers can throw any light on any of above i would love to hear from them regards to you Walter Webb Berkshire

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I visited your website tonight and was very interested to see so many pictures. I gather this is a relatively new venture and wish you well with it.

I know this is probably a long shot (I forget that I am now 51 - well most of the time anyway!), but I was wondering if there is any chance that anyone still living in Wangford would have known my grandfather, Albert George Frank Howard. He was living in Wangford at the time of his death in 1954. Unfortunately I don't know anything else really, as he died before I was born. I am spending a week's holiday in East Anglia later this year and hope to visit a lot of the villages which have connections to my father's side of the family.

Kind regards,

Mrs. Valerie Hall.

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Hello there!

Just found your excellent website and will be following its progress with interest.

My grandfather was born in Wangford in 1874 so I'm very interested to see what the village looks/looked like. He was illegitimate, so I'm afraid of upsetting somebody if I do much ferreting around, although from his middle name I suspect I know his father's name. Perhaps I shouldn't try!

Good luck with the website - I'll be checking in from time to time to see what else you've found. Perhaps one day I might actually get to visit the village - I've never been to Suffolk. I've got an old postcard showing the high street but can't lay my hands on it at the moment. When I find it I'll send it on to you.

By all means print my comments if they're of interest but please don't put my email address on the website - I get enough spam as it is!

Cheers,Helen

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Hello Wangford.

I live in Australia and was very excited to see this new website showing what Wangford (nr) Southwold, England looks like-at last.

I am into family history and was trying to explain (a few years ago) the area of England that some of my/our ancestors came from. At that point the only pictures that I could show to my father and other relatives was a couple with the Angel Inn and a couple with other fairly obscure Wangford buildings in them (real estate, rental, holiday adverts etc). Your pictures show the area in great clarity. It is a website by the people-for the people. Great stuff.

My husband and myself were over in England in late 1995-early 1996. But I didn’t have the foggiest notion then of precisely where in England that any of them had originated from. Unfortunately this is the case with many Australians of my generation (age 40’s) and younger who have been here for several generations. They really don’t know who their people back in the old country were. Some just manage to shrug it off, but many of them including myself had suffered from a sort of ongoing identity crisis. We’d actually be secretly and silently envious of new immigrants (English etc). They had a cultural identity and customs and clearly defined connection to a homeland, as well as relatives, friends etc. who still live there. Hence the proliferation of family history groups and societies both here and in other new world countries such as America and Canada. Many of us have experienced a break with our past and family history that we are trying to re-establish. Even when people/families move to different parts of England over the generations –links to original locations/areas are sometimes lost. We are like cold case detectives when tracking our family trees. We often have to rely on tiny bits of existing evidence in the form of gravestones, church records, local archives ( rates books, censuses, newspaper articles and obituaries, town council minutes/meetings, school records, medical records etc) and other documentation of inhabitants existence to piece together the puzzle that is our family’s history. This is not an issue for royal and aristocratic households, but for ordinary people like myself, well, we would like to have a history too.

So Wangfordians please regard family historians kindly, you never know, they might be able to help you in a reverse situation by looking up/tracking relatives (records) who left for Australia, America, Canada etc. if you are forward tracking as well as back tracking your family tree.

My family tree starts with Susan Chambers of Henham and Thomas Kent of Beccles (sometimes spelt as Thent who seems to be the son of John Kent (brazier) and Mary Leavold of Beccles) who married at Wangford nr Southwold Suffolk on the 5th of March 1824. (Another marriage on the same page is between John and Betsy Sallows.) They have a son called Samuel Chambers Kent who was baptized on the 2nd of January 1826 in Wangford nr Southwold by the Rev. Christopher Smear. (I assume that this is the Dissenting or Non-conformist Church/Congregationalist). Witnesses to the christening were Anne Kent and Samuel Bates. Thomas Kent (the father, was listed as the village baker and his wife Susan Kent appears to have been a school head mistress). Have not positively identified the parents deaths or whether Reverend Samuel Chambers Kent 1825-1911 (Elsternwick/Carlton/Albert Park, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia aged 85 yrs) had any siblings/descendants that remained in Wangford. He had three wives and 15-16 chn. 11 surviving to adulthood in Australia some becoming notable architects, solicitors etc. Married to Emily Deacon from Leicester in Lambeth, Surrey in March 1850. Charlotte Eliza Wilson nee Chapman in Sydney in 1869 and Elizabeth Raymond Buxton in Melbourne, Vic, Aust. on 10/1/1881. Please contact the webmaster if you can help.

Kind Regards and Best Wishes- Elizabeth of Trafalgar, Vic, Australia.
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My 3xggrand parents were married in Henham in 1801. they were Thomas and Elizabeth (Spencer) SMYTH. Elizabeth died in 1807 and a son David in 1811. I am told they are buried in the churchyard at St. Peters and St. Pauls. In 1832, Thomas and two sons, James and John W. and possibly the first born, a daughter Mary, came to Canada. In August of this year we are having the first ever SMYTH family reunion encompassing all of the descendants of Thomas & Elizabeth in North America.

I would love to have a pic of the tombstone of Elizabeth and David is there is one and also if it is readable. Therefore, I would like to contact the vicars to ask if they are there for sure and if there is anyone who could take a picture of the tombstone.

To this point we are unable to definitely find the parents of Thomas and Elizabeth but we are told they lived in Wangford, be it the town or rurally?

Thank you for any assistance you are able to provide.

Dawn (Smyth) Hicks

Toronto, Canada

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