Author Topic: Suffolk families moving to London circa Victorian era, SFHS lecture 26th April  (Read 389 times)

Offline Rogier

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My family moved from Badingham to London in 1875.  It's great to attend a pertinent lecture that might answer such questions as:  How did they travel?  Walk with a handcart?  How long would it have taken to reach Canningtown?  Did their shoes wear out?

Flippancy aside, Hats off to those responsible:

http://www.suffolkfhs.org.uk (under"Ipswich").
Allum: Worlingworth/Horham Sfk/Canning Town
Read: Badingham/Framlingham Sfk
Ke(a)ble Horham/Worlingworth
Poague: any
(H)avis: Sry/ Stepney
Bird: Newington Sry.
Burrows: Badingham/Canning Town

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