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Re: CRACKNELLs IN SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, NOTTS AND YORKS
Posted by: Hannah Lewis (ID *****8598) Date: December 13, 2004 at 09:33:15
In Reply to: CRACKNELLs IN SUFFOLK, NORFOLK, NOTTS AND YORKS by John Taylor of 367

Hi John

I've recently found out that the Cracknell family tree I'm researching originated in Banham. I followed Alfred Daniel Cracknell who I thought was from Hull, but was born in Banham Norfolk - his parents were James and Mary J (both 37 on the 1881 Census). They had three other children: Robert F, Mary S and James J.

That's as far as I have got. Do you think they could inter-connect? Although, I see there's loads of Cracknells in the telephone book for Norfolk.


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