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Hemblington, Norfolk One Place Study

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Location: Hemblington, Norfolk, Englandmap
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See Hemblington for information about this Norfolk Parish near Blofield and All Saints Church to learn more about the church.

How to Join

Please contact the project leader Gary Bayes or post a comment to the right. If you have any questions, just ask. Thanks!


This is a One Place Study to collect together in one place everything about Hemblington, Norfolk, England. My paternal grandfather was from this small English parish and initially I will be loading my relatives, but eventually all who have lived there. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect.

Task List

Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.

  • Adding my own Hemblington people to this site.
  • Adding Hemblington people wherever I find them.
  • Encouraging others to add Hemblington people here.

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In August 1973 our family visited my mother's family in Wales and my brother Robert and I travelled to Norfolk to see where our grandfather was from. We visited the All Saints Church and took pictures of him beside our great-great-grandfather Robert Bayes's tombstone.

After seeing our pictures from Norfolk our grandfather, Robert B. Bayes (who had turned 90 in June) admitted that it was the first time in the 60 years since emigrating to Canada that he felt a bit homesick.

posted 3 Aug 2022 by Gary Bayes   [thank Gary]
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I’m Pam, helping with the OPS Project. I was reviewing new studies and noticed you haven’t set the project as co-manager to your study page yet.

Please go to the privacy tab, add WikiTree-121 email in the add to trusted list box and hit the "add as manager" link. See the FAQ page for the email address:

Thanks a bunch! If you have any issues or questions please feel free to reach out.

Pam D. OPS Team Leader

posted by Pam (Dale) Fraley
Congratulations Gary on setting up your One Place Study for Hemblington in Norfolk, England. I wish you every success.
posted by Martin White