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Subject: Re: RAYNER brick wall
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 17:19:19 -0000
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I have a Maria RAYNER born c.1788 marrying into my BIRD line in
1808 at Necton. She died in Beeston 1845.
Jean

On 3 Nov 2005 at 8:14, Rhonda and Dave wrote:

>
> Hello to Jan and any one else out there researching the name of Rayner/
> Rainer.
> I also have that name in my husbands family tree. The family appear to have
> been originally in Norfolk then a branch going to Suffolk later. New
> Buckenham and Norwich are my area's I'm looking at , at this time. Any one
> else have that name in those area's please.
> Rhonda ( Australia )
>
>
> > hi jan
> > it was proberly me that you saw the rayner[rainer] name from but i dont
> seem
> > to be as far back on mine as yours but here goes i have edith ellen rayner
> > born in stow bardolph in 1875[approx] she marries in 1899 in downham to
> > arthur greaves there my ggg grandparets ediths parents are james born 1851
> > in stow bardolph and hannah born whaplode st peter james's parents are
> > edward [newman strange middle name im hoping its a clue to his parentage
> but
> > time will tell] born 1821 in middleton,norfolk and hannah born 1823 in
> stow
> > bardolph this is as far back as i have gone so far but i am hoping to get
> > further soon hope you can find your sarah[mary ] somewhere in either of
> > these places
> > kim
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jan White" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 3:34 PM
> > Subject: RAYNER brick wall
> >
> >
> > > Hello All,
> > >
> > > On return from a short visit to Norfolk last week, I noticed a couple of
> > > messages about RAINERs.
> > > This has prompted me to enquire about my only RAYNER, who has been one
> of
> > > my brick walls for years.
> > >
> > > I have 9 children born to William BUGDEN and his wife, which sometimes
> > > appears to be Mary (late RAYNER) and at other times is Sarah (late
> > > RAYNER). The marriage was in North Walsham on 29th April, 1793 (No 453),
> > > but I have never been able to trace the family or origins of Mary Sarah
> > > RAYNER (which I assume to be one person).
> > >
> > > If anyone knows of a RAYNER family she might be part of, or has any
> > > suggestions as to how I might track her down, I would be most grateful.
> > >
> > > Many thanks,
> > >
> > > Jan White
> > >
> > >
> > > researching...
> > >
> > > WISEMAN in Norfolk or anywhere
> > >
> > > Somerset, Wiltshire & Dorset
> > > ALEXANDER, ANDREWS, BARNETT, BATTERBURY, BIRD, BISHOP, BUSH, CARTER,
> > > DOWLING, ELLIOT, GODDARD, GUNNING, HIPPESLEY, LANNEN, LANNING, MARCHANT,
> > > MILLARD, PHIPPEN, PORTER, ROGERS, SMITH, STOKES, WAREHAM, WEBB, WHITE,
> > > WILLS
> > >
> > > Norfolk
> > > BRIDGMAN, BUGDEN, GREEN, HENANT, POINTER, PYE, RAYNER, RUMP, SEWELL,
> > > STEWART, STIBBINGS, WISEMAN
> > >
> > > London, Surrey & Middlesex
> > > BARNETT, BASFORD, BUSH, CRONIN, LORD, MASON, MURRAY, PARIS, SMART,
> > > STANDLEY, TURNER, UPTON, WHITCOMBE
> > >
> > > Hertfordshire & Essex
> > > BARKER, DAVIS, MARSHALL, WILLIAMS, WITTEY
> > >
> > > Northamptonshire
> > > BASFORD, CAPORN, EDWARDS, HAYNES, SIMSON, SHACKLETON, WEBB
> > >
> >
> >
>
>
>
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