Genealogy

We always love hearing from families researching family trees and we try to do our best to put everyone in touch with descendants of families to help with queries. If you would like us to post a query for you below or if you are able to assist with any of the queries please let us know by emailing cat@alvinghamvillage.co.uk

Charles Bratton

Charles Bratton

Current Notice from John Smith This picture is for information and just in case there should be any relatives links to the Wright or Bratton family still living near Alvingham. I think his ‘Wright’ grandparents lived in North Cockerington which is why he is on your village roll of honour as well as on Little […]

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Notice from Yvonne Howells (November 2015)

Just wondering if there is any information on the Tyson family who were baptised/buried at St Marys church and lived in the area Main names are Rogeri Tyson and his son Willius Tyson and were there 1500 to mid 1600’s Thank you – Yvonne Howells  

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Query from Chris Phillipson (May 2014)

My interest is in the Peart family – specifically Thomas Peart whose daughter was Emily (who married a Hand). He lived with his family in Alvingham on a farm I believe on Yarburgh road. He was there in the 1901 and 1911 census’. He came from Wooton or Thornton Curtis and after went to North […]

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Query from Mike and Jane Sargeant (May 2014)

We recently found the Alvingham web site and saw the booklet written by Mike Hand . We are trying to research the family history of my wife whose mother was formerly Winifred Hand , born Alvingham 1911. My wife’s grandparents were Edward Hand [known as Ned] b.circa 1866 d. 1933 and Emily Hand [nee Peart] […]

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Current Query from Robert G. Page (May 2014)

I am hoping that you may know of someone with knowledge of the history of North Cockerington who may be able to help me. I am a descendant of John Martin, who was parish clerk at Ufford, Northants, in the early C18th, and of his son, of the same name. I have always been intrigued […]

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