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I was born in Devon and have visited North and South Wyke, and I would like to trace my ancestry back to Rev. Wykes-Finch. Can anyone help please?
Tessa Weeks,
Sun 10 Mar 2013 21:48:09
Hello Tessa, we should be in the forum to discuss this really but if you are looking for Wykes-Finch look at South Tawton register. He was a Finch, of course, his mother, I think, was a Wykes descendent so I don't think his descendents would be Weeks but let me know if I can help.
David Wicks,
Tue 12 Mar 2013 13:25:39
wow,our tree goes back to 2 brothers comming to australia in 1895 or so one was andrew lawance the other not sure .they both bought brides over .andrew stayed and his brother went back to england.andrew had a blinds business,had a son called lawance andrew .andrew died around 1950's of heart problems.i wonder if any one can link us to the old country darren wykes
darren wykes,
Wed 17 Apr 2013 12:36:58
Mary Wykes, b. 1841 in Godmanchester, Huntingdon, England, married Thomas Freelay (Freely) b.1836 Ireland (where ? - I think Ballyhaunis according to family legend) on 2 Feb 1858 in Cambridge (got certs if required). Her father was John Wykes - his was Timothy Freelay. John Wykes b
Krithia Watson,
Fri 31 May 2013 13:40:32
John Wykes b
Krithia Watson,
Fri 31 May 2013 13:44:30
1818 Chatteris, Cambs. married Elizabeth Mason in Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire. His father was also John Wykes b:c1792 Old Weston, married to Elizabeth Ladds. His father was also John Wykes married to Mary Slater/Slatter. Any help appreciated. Thanks. Looking forward to hearing from you
Krithia Watson,
Fri 31 May 2013 13:45:57
Dear Francis I have spent at least 30 years trying to track down my mums family (Wickes) and at last I have found them In Cold Ashby and Haselbech. We are from South Africa (at last an African Wickes connection..............I have built up a family tree on XL having gone down the wrong road several times..........I am incredibly grateful to all the archives that have helped me along the way and I am hoping that you can round off my studies to go back to the early 1600's if possible. My own personal storey has been a fantastic journey and most of the tree can be corroborated with evidence and also some amazing pictures and facts. I have learned that real life is far more interesting than conjecture and I am amazed at how busy evryone was in the good old days.................I look forward to hearing and sharing with you............perhaps we could meet up on site at Cold ashby or Haselbech? Please contact me Hugh
Hugh Evans,
Fri 21 Jun 2013 18:49:04
hi I have wykes family name stamped on a census which relates to my king family from crick. I am related to someone from the wykes family but still don't know who
yvonne fretter,
Tue 02 Jul 2013 18:21:07
My mother was a wykes[joan elizabeth wykes]from burgage,leis,she came to the USA IN 1946 after marrying my father,a soldier in WW2.My mother said that she never new anyone else named Wykes growing up in burgage.I only know that my grandfathers name was John Henry Wykes born abt1899 died 1958, my grandmother named was Doris Bates Wykes,born 1896 died 1972.Of course most have died. I might still have a uncle[but he isn't very social. I can't find out if he dead. My aunt might still be alive her name is Dorothy Bevan, she lived in burgage at the horsepool apts The Wykes family home address was 23 lutterworth Rd, in Burgage next door to the Checques[Checkers]Pub. I know I still have family still alive there, but no email addresses.I would love to hear from cousins.[Wykes,Farmer,&Bevan]Thanks SDZ
Sharon Zenobia,
Sun 07 Jul 2013 04:26:06
My parents were Eric and Louie Wykes who lived in Quorn/Mountsorrel
Lindy Chanter (nee Wykes),
Sat 20 Jul 2013 15:20:09

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