William Stamp and Ann Kiches?

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  1. annabel

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    On 14th August 1810 in Felbrigg, William Stamp married Ann Kiches/ Kicher or similar.
    One of the witnesses is John Ward (I think) this surname could be significant (ancestors of a DNA match to my Fincham/ Ward family)

    I am struggling to find out what Ann's name was to possibly find the Ward connection. At what I think was her death in 1825, her birth is given as 1781. Is anyone able to decipher her name?
     
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    John Ward is witness to several marriages on that page and on other pages, suggesting he had something to do with the church - churchwarden perhaps?
    As for Ann's name - Kicher, not sure though.
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    There is the burial of a John Ward in Felbrigg in 1812 - "clerk of this parish 46 years", so he probably wasn't related to either of the couple. I'm wondering if the bride's name is Ann Richer?
     
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    That is what the AT's (on Anc) have as her name, but I cannot find a bap to fit any of the possibilities:(
     
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    Me neither :(
     
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    Rats! I got all excited there
     
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    There is a baptism that took place on 6th March 1780 of an Ann RICHES, daughter of John and Susanna at Roughton.

    Roughton is only 2 miles from Felbrigg.

    Just a thought... :)
     
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