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"Hi, I'm sorry the man sitting is my Great Grandfather Mark. Mark Girling 1868–1943 Birth 31 JANUARY 1868 • Westhall, Wangford District, Worlingham Parish, Suffolk County, England Death 1943 • Waterford, Townsend Tp, Norfolk…"
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"Where are all the Girlings Dead or Living?Looking for a girling who has done YDNA testing? Regards,Lorne Girling"
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"Hi David, Hope everything is well with you.Were you able too test your DNA? Regards,Lorne"
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Looking for a cousin related to me to Get there Y tested at FTDNA.
Anyone know anything about these girlings. My Grandfathers.

When Thomas Girling was born on May 16, 1842, in Wangford, Suffolk, England, his father, Richard, was 65 and his mother, Elizabeth, was 51.

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At 7:32 on August 13, 2017, Gregory Girling said…
Hi Lorne. Not sure I can help you, as the three Thomas Girling's I've found in my tree were born in the 16 and 17 hundreds. Your Richard would have been born around 1777. There's two in my tree, but one born in 1790 and the other in 1751 (both in Stradbroke). I think my tree is viewable on Ancestry (although I can't modify it, as I've not paid the annual subscription). Have a look there if you can see any connection. My username there is girling32 if you want to have a look. Cheers, Gregg
At 3:42 on August 15, 2017, Lorne Girling said…

I found this. It has my Thomas and a warren. Now is there any Richards that could be Thomas father in Stradbrok? 

http://www.stradbrokearchive.org.uk/items/show/890

At 3:43 on August 15, 2017, Lorne Girling said…

Transcription of letters requesting funding for emigration to Quebec 1830 and 1832

At 6:37 on November 18, 2017, Lorne Girling said…

Where are all the Girlings Dead or Living?Looking for a girling who has done YDNA testing?

Regards,Lorne Girling

At 6:40 on November 18, 2017, Lorne Girling said…

At 10:14 on November 20, 2017, A View from the Gallery said…

Hi Lorne, I maintain the Stradbroke Archive and find your photograph very interesting. You don't say who the people are. Girling is a name Stradbroke is very familiar with as one of our main historical photographers was William Girling: http://www.stradbrokearchive.org.uk/items/show/401

Have you viewed: http://www.stradbrokearchive.org.uk/items/show/125

On a quick look through the lists there are a lot of Girlings.

Graves 37, 69, 70, 127, 128, 156, 157, 231, 233, 242, 243, 295, 366, 393.

The church graveyard was closed at the beginning of the 20th century and the new cemetery off the Laxfield road  was opened. 

Hope this is helpful.

 

At 18:59 on November 20, 2017, Lorne Girling said…

Hi, I'm sorry the man sitting is my Great Grandfather Mark.

Mark Girling

1868–1943

Birth 31 JANUARY 1868 Westhall, Wangford District, Worlingham Parish, Suffolk County, England

Death 1943 Waterford, Townsend Tp, Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada

His father was.

Thomas Girling

1842–1888

Birth 16 MAY 1842 Wangford With Henham, Suffolk, England

Death 17 JUN 1888 Norfolk, Ontario, Canada

His Wife.

Charlotte Warren

1835–1922

Birth 1835 Old Newton, Suffolk, England

Death 1922 Norfolk, Ontario, Canada.

So for my Great Great Grandfather Thomas father I think Richard but not sure. What happened to the closed cemetery? Thank you for all the information. Just trying to get something beyond Thomas and Charlotte.Also in the picture standing in middle my Grandfather with his brothers .

At 10:06 on November 28, 2017, A View from the Gallery said…

Thank you for the information.

At the centre of Stradbroke is The Church of all Saints with its origins in 14th and 15th century.

https://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/101032854-church-of-all-saints-stradbroke#.Wh0wlkx2tr8

Around the church is the graveyard which closed (was full) at the beginning of the 20th century. The village council obtained some land at the edge of the village for a cemetery which is still used today although almost full.  It is a quiet and peaceful place with a small chapel (not in use).

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.3185372,1.2831641,3a,75y,36.1h,78.25t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sWBIEbx-CaIcMhm_3YqZ1PA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

 

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