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Village of Broxted (Essex, UK)

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tracey
20-02-2014
08:41 PM BST
hello im looking for anyone who may have known any of my 3 x great grandparents. they settled in the area in the 1900s. 3 of there daughters married local henham men, they were rose who married frank Bentley, patience married a john dennison and Amelia married a Robert willett. rose and frank both died by 1923,patience and john eventually moved to kent but Amelia/milly stayed in the area and eventually died in broxted in 1973 I think she is buried there. her mum who's name was comfort parker died in 1931 and was probably living with milly in broxted. I know it is all a long time ago but I would be glad to hear from anyone who is from the willets,dennison or Bentley families or indeed the parkers.
thanks tracey
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Hilary South
24-10-2013
02:40 PM BST
Looking for any info' on the Bateman family. Known to have been in Broxted from around 1765 - to mid 1800's.
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Ben
01-12-2012
12:27 AM BST
Noticed on Seadex the term little child leys, can anyone explain where this is or how it got its name, its just that im researching my surname Littlechild, and according to all the history that i can find, the littlechild family were lords of the manor in essex, but im unable to pinpoint the exact locations where they were lords of the manor...
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stellaclare
28-11-2011
06:21 AM BST
Samuel Mott was born in Broxted abt 1770-73 the son of John Mott of Plover's Barrow Farm in Belchamp Saint Paul. If anyone out there has any further information please help me. We have a wonderful family tree and I am linked with others around the world trying to take the family back from this point.
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