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Re: trying to contact David Clow, Dustin Martin ,Bryan Huneycutt re Marlesford Clows
Posted by: David Clow (ID *****2702) Date: November 06, 2006 at 07:48:48
In Reply to: Re: trying to contact David Clow, Dustin Martin ,Bryan Huneycutt re Marlesford Clows by Lyn of 614

I cant find a connection. There were (and prob still are ) 300 clows in Suffolk in 1881. It is quite a cluster!

I can find yours easily in the 1851 and 1841 census on ancestry.com

In 1851 he is shown as being 14

Father Jonathon Clow 46 lab b Parham
Mother Hanah 41 b shotisham
David 14
Eliza 11
John 9
Ellen 5
Living with sister Elizabeth Last unmarried 32 sister so Hanah must be Hanah last

The 1841 shows also a Mary age 7 so she could be 17 in 51 and out to work

I have checked against my 50/60 clows but cant find a connection. I do not have any Parham clows. That does not mean there isnít one. I have the feeling most are connected and I have in the back of my mind to map the lot one day. Parham is only 5 miles from my lot based around Framlingham

Brian goes back to a Thomas clough about 1700 whose son was Thomas clow, whose son was john clowe and whose so was enoch clow b framlingham 22 jan 1795. I am connected to that lot. They all had 5 to 7 children so there are lots

Please keep in touch


David Clow


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