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Looking for Secker family UK/USA

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Hi I am looking for John Secker b.1791 in Mildenhall Suffolk England,he was married to Ester Turner, and died in Wisconsin USA in 1882 I am particulary interested in his parents and siblings. Any help would be appreciated Adrian

Surnames: SECKER TURNER
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on 2006-08-28 09:07:49

Adrian , from West Yorkshire England, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2006. is researching the following names: ARNOLD, SECKER, LINGWOOD and 12 other(s).

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by allycat on 2006-08-28 20:26:58

Dear Adrian, Hi there. Hope that FamilyTreeCircles helps you out in your search for your lot.

Ok, your John SECKER would have been 50 years old in the year 1841. As you didn't provide year when he married Ester TURNER, could he have still been in England then?

Try posting a Census Lookup Request SECKER family at [url=http://www.rootschat.com[/url]. Goto the England board - Suffolk and post your topic after you have signed up as a free member with your own username.

Also lots of people researching their family trees have paid access to ancestry.com, and their details could be on there. Also familysearch.org.

Good luck,
Alison.

by Adrian on 2006-08-29 05:13:21

Hi Alison thanks for your reply, I am sure that John was married and had children when he went to the USA. I will try Census records for the UK and IGI for the USA. It might determine when he went to the States thanks Adrian

by allycat on 2006-08-29 05:38:09

Hi Adrian, I've created a SECKER and all variants to the surname - wiki page for you. Just click on SECKER in this journal.

Alison.

by Adrian on 2006-08-29 08:50:00

Hi Alison thanks for Wiki pages Adrian

by dummysbrother on 2011-10-14 04:28:11

Hi
This is an old post but I will reply anyway. My grandmother Florence Pain was born in Lavenham, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William and Anne Pain. She had a sister who married a Mr Albert Secker. Ray long made a list of all the families from that village which is still on line but he made a mistake and listed him as 'Albert Becker'
The info is on 'Ray Long's Cosford database' Cosford is the old name for that district. I believe some of the Secker family still lived in lavenham for a while. Hope that helps.

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