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John Grimsey, Susanna Lilley, where are their records ? I need to find death records of my great great great grandparents

Journal by AlisonParrack

HI friends

I am busy with my father's family tree, and am now stuck... the furthest I have got is John Grimsey, born abt 1818, in Polstead , Suffolk, UK, and his wife was Susanna ( Lilley) i believe, they were married in 1843, lived in Stoke by Nayland in 1861 and by 1891., if my research is correct, Susanna was a widow. There seems to be a pattern of early passing in the Grimsey male line, although that is all relative to the by gone era i suppose and hard living and farm labouring etc.


I would be very glad to hear from anyone,

Thanks for help in the past from Noggin28 and Edmondsallan, are you free to help me again ?

Surnames: GRIMSEY LILLEY
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by AlisonParrack Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2014-02-22 15:00:32

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by noggin on 2014-02-23 06:44:02
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by noggin on 2014-02-23 06:50:15
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by noggin on 2014-02-23 06:58:54
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by AlisonParrack on 2014-02-23 07:06:44

Thank you very much Noggin, again, you have put a smile on my face, and i will be able to carry on researching if there is information available, to further the family tree. What a great surprise this morning to hear from you again :)
I will update you with my information as to how the tree is developing.
Already this is connecting with the information i have scantily recorded, but you have told me about the rest of the siblings that i didn't know existed, using the family research sites... the Latter Day Saints.... i only was able to find singularly... i didn't have a clue about the other names of children from the marriage of John and Susanna... so, couldn't type them in for details and cross reference. You have given me so much information, and this is wonderful. THANK YOU !

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