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201 A list of emmigrants on the ship William Tapscott prior to its departure from LIverpool on 11 April 1859. William was a seaman. A description of him says he was a Handcart Emmigrant. Scogings, William Bye (I190)
202 A number of the birth records for her children note that her parents were William and Ann Scoggins. Scoging, Sarah (I1603)
203 A search of the Clopton Parish Registers transcripts in the time period of his birth shows show two possibilities. There is a James son of James and Elizabeth born in 1783 and a James son of Thomas and Sarah born in 1784. At this time it can not be certain as to which James the census refers to.
The fact that he had children in Holbrook shows that some of the Clopton Flory's settled in area. Holbrook is next to Tattingstone. His wife, Maria Bird, was born in Little Glemham. It is in 1801 we find the marriage of a James Flory to Anne Lyons in Great Glemham.  
Flory, James (I3606)
204 A search of the Clopton Parish Registers transcripts in the time period of his birth shows show two possibilities. There is a James son of James and Elizabeth born in 1783 and a James son of Thomas and Sarah born in 1784. At this time it can not be certain as to which James the census refers to.

The Clopton Parish Transcripts record the baptisms of Benjamin in 1781 and James in 1783 sons of James and Elizabeth Flory. No other entries are found in surrounding parishes. In 1779 the marriage of James Flurry and Elizabeth Ling is found in Culpho Parish. Culpho Parish is about 3 miles from Clopton, so it is assumed until another record can dispute the relationship that James Flory born 27 Dec 1757 and marrried as a widower to Dinah Gall on 17 Apr 1791 also married Elizabeth Ling in 1779. At this point no burial record For Elizabeth can be found, she would have died prior to 1791.  
Flory, James (I4522)
205 Abner served the last 14 months of the war with the Calvary. He served in Company C, Davenports Battalion, under Captain Bowie. He surrendered at the close of the war in Tallalgra, Alabama. Hill, Abner Mattison (I405)
206 Abode - Barham UH (Union Workhouse) Potter, Peter (I3513)
207 abode - Ipswich St Mary Stoke, age 34, notes - Belstead Rd died Nov 11 drowned in Ipswich dock; coachman, buried - Ipswich Cemetery Flory, Gerald Isaac (I4075)
208 Abode - St Mathew, Ipswich, Orford Street; age 84; buried - Ipswich Cemetery Lord, Reuben (I3502)
209 abode - St Peter Ipswich; age 75; malster, College Street; burined in Ipswich Cemetery Flory, James (I3606)
210 abode - Westerfield; age 77 Flory, Jonathan (I2999)
211 abode is recorded as Boyton Flory, Benjamin (I3232)
212 Abraham was visiting with his daughter, Eliza Hersant and family. Eliza lives with her husband, Edward Hersant, and and daughter, Eliza.  Scoging, Abraham (I249)
213 according to a hand written diary by Mary Ann's brother Henry Waspe.
...I was born in Suffolk, England on the 23rd September 1845, and came out to South Africa, the early part of the year 1850. After a fairly good voyage, we arrived at Cape Town, about the 1st May the same year. The vessel we came by was the Dutches of Northumberland. Captain Freemantle, "Master"...
The only possibility with a ship with that name and a captain named Freeman is a voyage that left London July 30 1847 
Family F535
214 Adah Creighton of 43 Abbey road Mansions St. Johns Wood Middlesex spinister died 4 April 1936 at 7 Torbay Road Brondesbury Middlesex Probate London 16 May to Isabella Douglas Collinson widow and Frank Oliver Hart solicitor. Effects L664 16s 2d Creighton, Adah (I1503)
215 address - 1055 Lawrence Avenue, Kelowna Beaton, Alexander Cameron (I1804)
216 address - 11 King's Road Johnston, Frances Evelyn (I3105)
217 address - 3 Willis Street Scogings, John Ambrose (I5323)
218 Adelaide Mary Booth of 10 Whitehorse road Croydon Surrey spinster died 28 Oct 1934 at 76 Edridge road Thornton Heath Surrey Probate London 23 November to Rosina Wells widow. Effects L442 10s 4d Booth, Adelaide Mary (I5325)
219 Administration of the Personal Estate of Alfred Austin late of 31 Queen's place Shoreham in the County of Sussex Master Mariner who died on or since 22 October 1882 at Sea was granted at the Principal Registry to Mary Isabella Austin of 12 Campbell Road Brighton in the said county Widow the Relict. Personal Estate L120 Austin, Alfred (I5036)
220 Administration of the personal Estate of Samuel Flory late of Stanton in the County of Suffolk Labourer a bachelor who died 18 February 1890 at Stanton was granted at Bury St Edmunds to Esther Reeve of 31 Northgate Street Bury St Edmunds in the said County Widow the Sister and one of the Next of Kin. Personal Estate L28 10s 4d  Flory, Samuel (I4577)
221 Administration of the Personal Estate of William Henry Field late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Shoemaker who died 26 February 1883 at Ipswich was granted at Ipswich to Jane Eliza Field of 8 St. Margaret St. Ipswich Widow the Relict. Personal Estate L185 Field, William Henry (I4887)
222 Adwalton hamlet
Henry Bye, head, widower, age 44, railway platelayer, born - Oulton
Ruth Bye, daughter, unmarried, age 17, cloth weaver, born - Gelston
Louise Bye, daughter, unmarried, age 14, cloth weaver, born - Gelston
Henry Bye, son, unmarried, age 12, brickmakers assistant, born - Martham
Isabella Bye, daughter, age 7, born - Martham 
Bye, Henry (I8742)
223 Adwalton hamlet, 3 Hetherington House; Frederick Bye, head, married, age 50, foreman platelayer G.N.R., born - Suffolk; Ann Bye, wife, married, age 48, born - Yorkshire, Drighlington; John Wm Etherington, stepson, age 21, warp dresser wollen, born - Yorkshire, Drighlington; Sarah Etherington, stepdaughter, age 17, wivister norsted, born - Yorkshire, Drighlington; Henry Etherington, stepson, age 14, mill hand norsted, born - Yorkshire, Drighlington; Hannah Maria Walker, granddaughter, age 5, scholar, born - Yorkshire, Drighlington; Bye, Frederick (I8744)
224 After arrival in New Zealand his surname was known as 'Scoggins' Scroggins, George James (I1214)
225 After publication according to the forms of the Original Secession Church Family F561
226 age 55; address - Waterloo Street; buried - Ipswich Cemetery Scoggins, Jarvis (I2976)
227 age 59 French, Jane (I2936)
228 age 6 months; at Tacket Street, Independent/Congregational Lord, John (I3561)
229 age 63; shoemaker Ridley, William (I1821)
230 age 70; at Tacket Street, Independent/Congregational Wright, Charlotte (I3515)
231 age 74 Flory, Thomas (I5409)
232 age 77 Garnham, Matilda (I3852)
233 age 77, abode Charsfield, widower, buried at Melton workhouse Flory, William (I2997)
234 age 81 Flory, Isaac (I3032)
235 age 83 Flory, James (I3004)
236 age 90 Flory, Benjamin (I4186)
237 AHNEN 32 Scoggin, Thomas (I239)
238 Alexander Spittal, retired Joiner, Culross, died 1 July 1902, at Culross, testate. Confirmation granted at Cupar 1 June to Agnes Kerr or Spittal, Kirk Street, Culross, his widow, Executrix nominated in Will or Deed, dated 21 December 1888, and recorded with another Writ in Court Books of Commissariot of Fife, 13 May 1903. Value of Estate L209, 1s, 10d. Spittal, Alexander (I1372)
239 Alfred Eade of Framsden Suffolk thatcher died 11 October 1905 Probate Ipswich 2 November to Frank Morley Youngman farmer. Effects L62 Eade, Alfred (I4332)
240 Alfred James Whymark of Earl Soham Suffolk butcher died 2 December 1906 Administration Ipswich 22 January to Sarah Maria Whymark widow Effects L728 11s 4d Whymark, Alfred James (I4745)
241 Alfred Woodbine Lappage; 3 December; Letters of Administration of the Personal Estate and effects of Alfred Woodbine Lappage late of Melbourne in Australia Assistant Storekeeper a bachelor deceased who died 11 March 1859 at Melbourne aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry to Frederick Durand Lappage of 18 Oxford Road Islington in the County of Middlesex Warehouseman the Brother of the said Deceased he having been first sworn. Effects under L600 Lappage, Alfred Woodbine (I5335)
242 Alice M Oswald: Quincy - Alice M (Butler) Oswald, 92, a lifelong resident of Quincy, died yesterday in a local rest home after a long illness. She was a past worthy matron of Quincy Eastern Star; a member of Oppela Temple of the Daughters of the Nile, Boston; a past worthy high priestess of the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem and a past member of the Bethany Shrine Rebekka Lodge. A funeral service will be conducted at 10:00 a.m., tomorrow at Wickens and Troupe Funeral Home, 26 Adams St. Burial will be in Mount Wollaston Cemetery. Visiting hours have been omitted. Butler, Alice Maud (I434)
243 Alice Mary Armour of 78 Hampton Road Ilford Essex (wife of Joseph Thomas Armour) died 9 October 1905 Administration London 10 November to Joseph Thomas Armour post office clerk Effects L178 9s 8d Scoggins, Alice Mary (I1639)
244 Alice Mary Lappage of 23 Cantlowes road Camden Square St. Pancras Middlesex spinster died 23 January 1933 at 4 Kings road Camden Town St. Pancras Probate London 21 February to Winnifred Sibina Lee (wife of Frank John Lee). Effects L132 1s 3d Lappage, Alice Mary (I5340)
245 All of the births of the children come from the End Lane Baptist Chapel in Colchester. Sarah's and Samuel's birth was recorded in 1816; all the others were recorded in 1837. The same minister, George Francis, recorded them all. The records says that George, the first child, was born in Woodbridge in Suffolk. All the others are recorded as being born in the borough of Colchester, also noting the parish in Colchester. They also note Harriet's maiden name, Criswell, and her fathers name, James. By having the mothers maiden name it was easy to make the connection back to Grundisburgh where the marriage took place.

The two children that don't have a birth date are found in a monumental inscription found in the St Peter's parish churchyard. It notes the death of Harriet age 19, Joseph age 13, William age 20, and Sarah age 16. The inscription ties all the children together. Also next to them is an inscription for Samuel, the father, who died in 1833. A newspaper account notes that Samuel died as the result of an accident which which a tree fell off of a wagon. He was a successful wagon or coach maker. (wheelwright)  
Stripling, Samuel (I5275)
246 Also baptized 6 April 1883 Palmer, Florence Elizabeth (I2608)
247 Also know by the Scoggins surname Horne, Martha (I2629)
248 Alternate Death: 16 Dec 1884; This death date comes from the cemetery record and is the most common date used for his death. Scogings, William Bye (I190)
249 Alton P. Scoggings, 31 of Bountiful died Wednesday in a local hospital as the result of blood poisioning and the amputation of his right leg, following the bruising of the calf of the leg more than a month ago. While repairing an automobile at the Antelope Springs CCC Camp, near Hinckley, Mr. Scoggins was struck by a loose steel bar. He did not consider the bruise serious, but after his return to Bountiful, he became ill a the home of his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Briggs, and was removed to the hospital Feb. 28. Blood poisoning had set in, according to physicians, and the leg was amputated Monday in an effort to save his life. At the time of his death, he was a machinist of the division of grazing, for the CCC Camp. He was born June 6, 1905, at Bennett, and came to Salt Lake City to live when he was six years old. He had lived here until a year ago, when he was transferred to the Antelope Springs camp by the division of grazing. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Lenora Briggs Scoggings; two daughters, Helen and Carol Scoggings; and eight brothers and sisters: Russell and Arden Scoggings of Roosevelt; Mrs. Amy Smith of American Fork; W.D. Scoggings of Idaho Falls, Idaho; Harmon Scoggings of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Netti Ferry and Mrs. Ella Rehbock of San Francisco, Calif. Funeral services will be held in the Bountiful First Ward Chapel Sunday at 12:30 p.m. under the direction of Bishop Quayle Cannon. Interment will be in the Bountiful Cemetery.
Scogings, Alton Philip (I184)
250 Amos and Charlotte lived with their seven children at Mile Cottage. Amos is a miller. Family F540

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