"In that time frame it was very common for the baptism record to only include the father. The only advantage bringing in the microfilm is to see if you can find a marriage for the father in the years preceding Richard's baptism. It would…"
"I found the LDS family history centre in Norwich. It's run by a couple of retired old boys who were very helpful. I found the baptism record for Richard Cutt 1751 on microfiche. It shows only his father, who is a "Ric'd"…"
"I see that you live in the Norwich area so I am sure that there is a familyhistory there. I looked up the address and its located at 19 Greenways, Eaton, Norwich and the phone number is 44 0 160-345 2440. Now if you go to familysearch.org and click…"
"Forgive me in trying to pick your brains. As I'm fairly new to this game I'm not sure where I can get the baptism record for Richard -is it the church or the local records office? I don't know if Richard had any siblings, nor do I…"
"You say that you have traced Richard Cutt back to 1751 in Royston, Yorkshire. Do you have his baptism record yet? That would at least give you the name of his father and possibly his occupation though that is not the rule. AT that time frame there…"
The CUTTS family have lived in Royston for centuries. I've traced my them back to Richard Cutt, born 1751, but its difficult getting back to his forbears as I can't seem to find his father or mother with any certainty. His father could be another Richard Cutt, who was born in an ajacent village (Sandal Magna) to an Alice Cutt, who was out of wedlock at the time. Alice was born in 1706; her father was Jonathan (b. 1662) - both in Sandal Magna. But, in the absence of any records so far, the…See More
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