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From: "Lindsey" <>
Subject: Re: [SFK-UK] New member interests:MOORE, WHYATT, SMITH, RADFORD
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 20:35:39 -0000
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Hi Dortha,
We are interested in Eliza Radford born abt 1855 Suffolk Haverhill who
married Walter Cornell. We seem to have made the link to her father Elijah
Radford and his father, Richard Radford and finterested in any more
connections that you may have. happy to share the info off list.

Lindsey
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Subject: Re: [SFK-UK] New member interests:MOORE, WHYATT, SMITH, RADFORD


> Hi Lindsey,
>
> I think that I may be able to help you with the Radford family of
> Haverhill.
>
> Dortha
>
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> -- "Lindsey" <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Just listing my interests as a new member:
>
> MOORE in the Barnby area: William Moore born abt 1848 was a fisherman
> with a boat out of Lowestoft
>
> WHYATT in the Barnby area: Mary Ann Whyatt born abt 1849 is a puzzle
> because we can find her grandparents, Robert and Mary WHYATT but not
> her parents
>
> SMITH we have a William James SMITH born abt 1888 with a father James,
> who was a sailor, but as yet have not managed to find the family in
> amongst all the other SMITHs. Any help from a SMITH researcher would
> be very welcome.
>
> RADFORD of Haverhill
>
> Many thanks for any information and happy to share ours
>
> Rick and Lindsey
>
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