1716 Oct 5 John STRANGE and Susanna EBBS
The Suffolk Regiment Archives at www.suffolk.gov.uk lists diaries held at Bury St Edmunds Record Office and includes one for Private W.J. Strange, 25th Battalion, London Regiment, serving at Waziristan in 1917, Shelf Mark GB/554/Y1/381
From Monique Jones
Subject: Bantick & Strange family- Bacton or Cotton Suffolk?
Does anyone have any info or knowledge of this family or Zacariah's Parents sitting on a branch of their tree?
Zachariah Bantick and Mary Strange, were probably married early 1820s at Bacton or Cotton, Suffolk. I think their children were (there may be others):
1.Hannah Chr 8 Feb 1824 Bacton
2.Mary Ann Chr 31 July 1825 Cotton or Bacton ?
3.Maria Chr 3 March 1822
Monique Jones (nee Amos) PO Box 244-66, Royal Oak Auckland 1103, New Zealand Tel: +64 212631567 (24/7) Int'ntl Fax +1 775 599 7972, Researching the BANTICK & BANTOCK surname
Also see London for another of Monique's families
Note from Mike Strange: There is a marriage between a Zachariah NANTICK and Mary STRANGE on 01 NOV 1821 at Bacton, Suffolk, England on the IGI, FamilySearch. The Batch Number this is under appears to only cover 1821; there are no other NANTICK or STRANGE references in that year.
From Stuart Brown to Marg Keeble , 15 June 2004
Subject: Strange - Suffolk
1 Robert STRANGE of Creeting?
+ Eliza BUTTON 1811 Jun 3, Pettaugh.
2 Belinda Strange b c1817 Pettaugh
+ Robert Brown 1837 Nov 1, Winston; b c1811 Winston)
That's it on the Strange's, so far, though I've found one or two in censuses local to Winston and Pettaugh,
I have as yet made no further connection
From Marg Keable <firstname.lastname@example.org> June 2006
St James South Elmham, Suffolk School Registers
Jessie E STRANGE (one of mine), admitted 12.4.1920, parent Herbert, address St James, occ Steward, born 5.6.1905, left 1.8.1929
Selina Ellen STRANGE (one of mine) admitted 1917, parent's name Herbert, occ farm steward, born 21.10.1912, left 1926
Maggie STRANGE (one of mine) admitted 1915, parent's name Herbert STRANGE, his occ horseman, left in 1924 born 13.4.1910 address St James
Herbert STRANGE (one of mine) admitted 13.9.1875, address St James, parent/guardian Eliza CRICKMORE, publican, birth 12.9.1871
Edith CRICKMORE, admitted 13.9.1875, address St James, parent/guardian
Ethel STRANGE admitted April 1902, father or guardian, Herbert STRANGE, address-St James, labourer, birth 25:9: 1898
From Marg Keable <email@example.com> June 2007 - Oliver Bridgeman's will
Oliver is connected to my STRANGE family.
Archdeaconry of Suffolk - Will written 4 Jan 1790 and Examined 1796
Oliver BRIDGEMAN late of St Peters South Elmham now of All Saints- gentleman.
a.. To be buried in Homersfield
b.. I give unto Bridgeman BRIANTON otherwise called John Bridgeman BRIANTON living with me my servant - all my land in All Saints as long as he allows my wife, Ann BRIDGEMAN, to live the rest of her life in the Great Parlour.
c.. She shall be give 10 pounds a year
d.. 2 half yearly payments of 7 shillings to churchwardens to the poor
e.. If Ann remarried the 10 pounds ceases
f.. Unto Rebecca the wife of James SHEPPARD of Bungay - baker (late Rebecca Hufflet spinster) 150 pounds.
g.. Shadrach HUFFLETT of Rumburgh, yeoman 10 pounds
h. Legacies of 5pounds each to:
Francis STRANGE of St Nicholas, farmer
John STRANGE of Denton, yeoman
Isaac STRANGE of Wingfield