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Stuart Moss
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Richard Ward son of John and Charlotte Ward.

Started this discussion. Last reply by stuart graham ward Aug 20, 2011. 2 Replies

 

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stuart graham ward replied to Stuart Moss's discussion Richard Ward son of John and Charlotte Ward.
"Kevin, You mention having done some tracing re Ward family....would you know anything of my ancestors ? Isaac Ward b1806 Stradbroke married Honor ( Honour ? ) also b1806 whereabouts n/k. They had children Isaac b.1830/31, Charles b.1832, Jacob…"
Aug 20, 2011
Kevin Ward replied to Stuart Moss's discussion Richard Ward son of John and Charlotte Ward.
"HI Stuart, How did you get on with this? I have traced a fair bit of Ward family history in Stradbroke back to this period and a bit beyond but can't find any of the names you mention and am therefore interested to see what connections there…"
Oct 5, 2010
Webmaster left a comment for Stuart Moss
"Hi Stuart! Welcome to the new Stradbroke Website! A really nice feature of this new website is that you can customise your own information page! When you 'sign in' you might notice the menu at the top of the page changes and a new item…"
May 10, 2009
Richard Ward left a comment for Stuart Moss
"Stuart, My family are all from the Lowestoft area, and haven't traced any back to Stradbroke, (yet!)."
May 9, 2009
Stuart Moss left a comment for Stradbroke Local History Group
"Hi, I wonder if you can help? Do you know of anyone who has/is done/doing research into the Ward family from Stradbroke? Thank you in advance. Stuart Moss. budicus@hotmail.com"
May 9, 2009
Stuart Moss left a comment for Richard Ward
"Hi Richard, would you be kind enough to look at the 'Ward' thread that I have put in the Family History section of the discussions bit...If you are from the local Ward family, it is possible we are related. Thank you. Stuart."
May 9, 2009
Stuart Moss left a comment for George Ward
"Hi George, would you be kind enough to look at the 'Ward' thread that I have put in the Family History section of the discussions bit...If you are from the local Ward family, it is possible we are related. Thank you. Stuart."
May 9, 2009
Stuart Moss left a comment for andrew ward
"Hi Andrew, would you be kind enough to look at the 'Ward' thread that I have put in the Family History section of the discussions bit...If you are from the local Ward family, it is possible we are related. Thank you. Stuart."
May 9, 2009
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Richard Ward son of John and Charlotte Ward.

Can you help? I am trying to find out more info about the above people. Richard Ward is my Great Great Grandfather and was born in Stradbroke aound 1838 and his Dad also in Stradbroke around 1801 as was his Mother Charlotte in around 1805. Their other children were Mariah (1820); Charlotte (1827); Lydia (1830); Emma(1832); Mary (1834); Naomi (1835); Hanora (1839) and David and Louise in 1841.I know that Richard Ward married a lady called Elizabeth who was born around 1844 in East Reedham in…See More
May 9, 2009
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At 20:00 on May 9, 2009, Richard Ward said…
Stuart, My family are all from the Lowestoft area, and haven't traced any back to Stradbroke, (yet!).
At 14:45 on May 10, 2009, Webmaster said…
Hi Stuart! Welcome to the new Stradbroke Website!

A really nice feature of this new website is that you can customise your own information page! When you 'sign in' you might notice the menu at the top of the page changes and a new item called 'My Page' appears. This is what it says - a page for you!

You can change the 'theme' (colours and patterns) for your page very easily (look at the menu on the left) - and most importantly - put up a 'photo' to replace the village sign silhouette that comes up by default! It'd be great to see a photo, but some people prefer to use a cartoon, or a picture of something that represents their interests.

Your 'My Page' is good place to put a little information about yourself - eg your family history research or village interests so other members can see it, and maybe share info with you! This is also the page where you can share photographs too - it would be lovely to see pictures of the village for example, old or new!

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