Thomas Nunn and Elizabeth Clark hold the key to both the Chevington and Hargrave Nunns. More research needs to be done to establish their children. John Nunn (as below) represents the Hargrave Nunn line from the early 18th century.
That Thomas Nunn (as below) is their son is yet to be confirmed but the evidence for it being so is strong. For anyone tapping into this research, please be aware of this.

 
  1. Thomas NUNN,   b. C1684, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aug 1729, Chevington, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location
  2. Ann NUNN,   b. C1685, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. ?
  3. John NUNN,   b. C1687, Hargrave, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Jan 1764, Hargrave, Suffolk, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location

Abraham Nunn (1797-1881)

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Abraham Nunn was the father of David Nunn who came to Queensland in 1858 thus starting a new branch of the Suffolk Nunns in Australia. Abraham…

George Nunn, Chevington carrier

The following is a transcription of a newspaper report of this George Nunn's suicide attempt. He was the grandson of Josiah Nunn but just who his…

John Nunn (1715-1777)

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John Nunn married Martha Rutledge, lived in Chevington and had the following family: 1. Martha NUNN, b. C1738, Denham, Suffolk, England, UK , d. ? 2.…

John Nunn (1743 - 1822)

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John Nunn, like his son Abraham, lived in Chevington. He had two marriages; firstly to Mary Copsey and, secondly, to Mary Flack.His family with Mary…

Thomas Nunn (1684-1729)

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Thomas Nunn was baptised at Brockley and died in Chevington. He married Anne Steed from Brockley and they had at least 14 children, all born in…