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CRACKNELL FAMILY - STOKE ASH, SUFFOLK
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|Susan||Report||16 Oct 2008 19:43|
Is there anyone out there doing a tree on the Cracknell family? My dad is Leslie Charles Cracknell, his father was Charles Wesley Cracknell and his mother Ester Joyce Collins. I have found dad's grandparents who are Walter G Cracknell 1882 and Mary Ann Lock 1883. After that I seem to get lost. I do know that I have a census showing Walter aged 9 living with his grandmother Susan. Can anyone help me further.