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Huguenot communities in Norfolk?

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Re: Huguenot communities in Norfolk?

Posted: 26 Sep 2012 3:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
There are various lists of Huguenot names mainly from their churches in London and Thorney near Peterborough.Try searching the GENUKI site.

Many Huguenots came to work on the drainage of the Fens and lived in Cambridgeshire close to the Norfolk border.

The document containing the record of the Pigman-Amond marriage in St Mary's Hunstanton is on the familysearch site. You can find it by browsing the images of the Norfolk Parish records. The spelling of Pigman's first name looks a little strange - it looks more like Weling than William to me!

The FreeREG site also gives a good list of Pigmans in Norfolk.
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curtisandsiss... 23 Sep 2012 3:46PM GMT 
David Hardy 26 Sep 2012 9:11PM GMT 
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David Hardy 27 Sep 2012 3:23PM GMT 
curtisandsiss... 27 Sep 2012 8:42PM GMT 
David Hardy 27 Sep 2012 9:20PM GMT 
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David Hardy 1 Oct 2012 7:38AM GMT 
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