Wivenhoe Families

Durrell Family, Emma, Ellen, Rosa.

Simon Green, John Stewart

Sid Green Our great grandmothers reunited in the only way possible. Emma mine and Ellen yours and Rosa…I would like to add Edith at some point.

 

Julie Durrell
Julie Durrell I’m confused again now. Are they all Durrells by birth and who were their parents?

 

Sue Critchley
Sue Critchley Yes Julie they were – their parents were Joseph & Emma Durrell. They had other siblings – Emma, Joseph, Fred, Edith, Annie, and Flora.

 

Barbara Green
Barbara Green (From Roger) To avoid confusion – their mother was Emma (nee Franks)

 

Lorraine Wilkin
Lorraine Wilkin Barbara Green is Emma my great-great grandma?

 

Barbara Green
Barbara Green (From Roger) Emma Green (nee Durrell) – above left – is your great grandma. Eliza Green (nee Southgate) is your great, great grandma. Sarah Green (nee Gardener) is your great, great, great grandma. Elizabeth Green (nee Thornton) is your great, great, great, great grandma. Gladys Evelyn Green (nee Abrahams) is your grandma! xx

 

Barbara Green
Barbara Green (From Roger) Emma Durrell (nee Franks) was also your great, great grandma! xx

 

Lorraine Wilkin
Lorraine Wilkin Wow ! Of course I know Evie!:) xx

 

Barbara Green
Barbara Green Lorraine Wilkin (From Roger) Didn’t want to exclude her! Take care xx

 

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This page was added on 30/07/2016.

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  • Emma Durrell new Franks mother to Emma Ellen and Rosa (pictured) has been credited with being the first to be baptised at Brightlingsea Queen streets new swedbourgian church. This is according to an item found on this site.
    NB. Emma Franks is my Gt Gt Grandmother , therefore William Franks and his wife Martha neè Lufkin are my 3x Gt Grandparents.
    Simon Green aka Sid

    Extract shown below.

    What Mr Wakeling told Nick Butler:

    The Swedenborgians: active as early as 1809 in these parts. Used to advertise by poster and people came from Wivenhoe, St Osyth and Colchester. Moses Fletcher came to practice as a surgeon. Brightlingsea became the centre for spreading the gospel. The Brightlingsea group started in 1813.

    The first one in that book – My abstraction of Baptismal Registers at Swedenborg House – is 15 July 1839 (that is, the first Wivenhoe baptism) Emma Franks, the daughter of William Franks, a baker, and his wife Martha.

    The second Wivenhoe baptism was James their son on 6 March 1842.

    By Simon (27/07/2019)

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