From: Putney, London
I am a descendant of David and Lydia Ling and I'm looking for any information about their children.
I would especially like to know about Laura Ling.
Please email me any details.
|Added: April 8, 2010
From: norwich norfolk
|many years ago my grandfather William Caines had a chicken farm in Blaxhall, he also kept a few pigs. I remember riding on one of the pigs and also have a photo of me holding a chicken with a bandaged leg.Does anyone remember him? he died when I was 8, so that was in 1959. I have many happy memories of walks to Woodbridge and along the coast, also to Iken.
|Added: March 18, 2010
From: Sutton Heath
You must be fed up with this one but what,if any,is the significance of the stone incorporated into the village sign? My walking group had an lovely circular walk from (followed by an good lunch at)The Ship last Sunday and we all wondered but forgot to ask.
The stone in the sign is representative of the Blaxhall Stone, which can be found at Stone Farm - thanks, Jonathan
|Added: March 11, 2010
From: St. Paul, Minnesota
First of all, thank you for all the work on this project. I am the son of Mary Elizabeth (Thurston) Johnson and grandson of Ernest and Maud Thurston. I just got into learning about the Thurston and Newson family tree. I will keep checking back on the progress of this site.
|Added: March 9, 2010
From: Martlesham Heath
|I have been trying to trace my family tree and I think my Great, Great Grandfather (Jonathan Pratt) married a Lucy Jay from Blaxhall in 1840. Also Ron Ellis mentioned that his wife was related to the Pratt family from Little Glenham - me too!
|Added: February 18, 2010
|I am the grand daughter of Arthur Row(e) born in Blaxhall in 1883. Are there any Rows still in the village?
|Added: December 28, 2009
|My Great great grandfather Jonathan Pratt was married to Lucy Jay. Lucy's mother was Sarah SMITH born in Blaxhall in 1795. Sarah married William JAY in 1822. Does anybody know any more information on Sarah or her parents?
|Added: December 20, 2009
I visited Stone Common and the Church recently with a cousin who is researching the family tree. My mother's aunt Elizabeth Oliver lived at 2 Stone Common. Her sister was Caroline Gaze who lived at the shop, Waterloo House. We found Caroline's photo in the book in the church and I have now found it on your website. Many thanks.
If you have any information on Tom or Caroline Gaze and John and Elizabeth Oliver I would be pleased to receive it.
|Added: November 14, 2009
This is a message for June Fridd at Maidstone Kent reference her recent enquiry concerning Isaac Ling. Somewhere along the line I too am related to the Lings.
Last time i visited St Peter's the church contained a list of burials in the coffee corner. I cant recall if your grandparents were listed but it might be worth a visit.
|Added: October 7, 2009
From: Dunoon ,Scotland
I am researching my family history and found that my maternal grandfather , Samuel Bailey and his parents, plus what looks like many antecedants were born in the area.The lived in Church Lane. My maternal grandma Mary Eliza Bailey, formally Plant nee Reeve( Reeves)also came from the area. When they relocated to the North East for work they had to leave behind two children, William and Roseanne Plant.
I would be interested in any history , if anyone can help.
|Added: September 21, 2009