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Cambridgeshire Genealogy

Genealogy in Cambridgeshire.

This Cambridgeshire genealogy group is dedicated to helping people with researching their ancestors in Cambridgeshire, England, offering a genealogy chatroom, Cambridgeshire genealogy links and a Cambridgeshire genealogy message forum.


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Latest Activity: Dec 14, 2013

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Cambridgeshire Genealogy Links & Resources

 

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Discussion Forum

Whittlesea

Started by Betty Boo. Last reply by Betty Boo Mar 12, 2013. 4 Replies

My Great Great Grandmother was Selina Whittlesea born Chatteris 1832..She was the daughterof Robert Whittlesea born 1803 and Jane Cousins born c1804..Would like to make contactwith anyone researching this family or has connections.. Betty Learn…Continue

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Caroline Jane Low / Lord or is it???

Started by millorange. Last reply by millorange Dec 7, 2012. 10 Replies

Caroline Jane Low – Timeline The Dunnington side of the family has been a challenge - - - and the second wife of William Henry Dunnington has not been any different. Caroline Jane Low or Lord did not seem to exist before 1895 or thereabouts but…Continue

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Ellwood or Elwood of Lanstanton, Wilburton & Haddenham of Cambridgeshire, England

Started by BARBIE DEMERS. Last reply by David11000 Nov 9, 2012. 3 Replies

I'm still on the search for family I'm stalled out at :FRANCIS ELLWOOD b> ? Lanstanton around 1770-his wife Rose ( ? ) ELLWOODchildren Jane >b 1774 LongstantonJames > b 1775Ann > b 1777Alice >b  1779Elisabeth >b  1781Ann > b…Continue

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William Lilly

Started by firefox. Last reply by firefox Oct 14, 2012. 4 Replies

Born 1747 Cambridgeshire England looking for his birth records, his father might be David Lilly birth ?  death June 1770 Burrough Green, Cambridgeshire EnglandWilliam Lilly died in 1834 Nicholas Co ViginiaHe was marred in 1777 Nicholas Co ViginiaHis…Continue

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Brown of Fordham, Cambridgeshire

Started by larzus. Last reply by David11000 Apr 23, 2012. 2 Replies

 Hi,I am researching the family of ggg grandfather Robert Brown, born 1818 in Fordham in Cambridgeshire, son of Benjamin and Susan.  He was arrested in 1841 for breaking and entering and was transported to Australia for life where he has more…Continue

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Mann's Yard, Fordham, Cambridgeshire

Started by larzus. Last reply by David11000 Apr 22, 2012. 2 Replies

 A few of my family are listed in the UK census for 1841 onwards as living at various numbers in High Street, Mann's Yard, Fordham.What does this mean? Is Mann's Yard like a suburb? I had imagined a kind of green or a cattleyard with houses all…Continue

Thomas Covington b. 1609

Started by Bobby Thompson. Last reply by David11000 Apr 22, 2012. 1 Reply

Hello, looking for one of my greats, Thomas Covington b. 1605, m. Ann around 1626. Four children; Nehemiah 1628 (my ancester); Arthur 1630; Joice 1632; John 1634. All this happened in Huntingtonshire, I think is now Cambridgeshire. Nehemiah came to…Continue

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Love Family

Started by JILLLOVE. Last reply by David11000 Apr 16, 2012. 3 Replies

Love Family - Peterborough. Mary Norman m Joseph Love in Essex, He was 40 yrs of age, she was appx 18.  They had quite a few children, moving from Halstead to Colchester to Peterborough where they both died.  Joseph was b in Londonderry. apx.…Continue

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My Cambridgeshire research names: Amey, Daniels, Newman, Whitaker

Started by Garol. Last reply by David11000 Jul 2, 2011. 3 Replies

I am researching the following names from the Balsham area of Cambridgeshire: Amey, Daniels, Newman, Whitaker. Learn more about Skinny Fiber on my SECURE website at…Continue

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Cambridgeshire immigrants to Victoria, Australia

Started by Merron Riddiford. Last reply by Just M Feb 6, 2011. 1 Reply

Many people from Cambridgeshire immigrated to Australia in the 1850s. I have done further research on some of those families who settled in the Western District of Victoria, Australia. Most are those who travelled on the ship "The Duke of Richmond"…Continue

 
 
 
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