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red mail Rogers-Tucker-Churchill
Elizabeth Rogers was b.1819 Broadwey, she married John Tucker b.1824 Cerne and their daughter Harriet Mary Tucker was born 1850 at Broadwey.Harriet married Wm Geo Churchill and at least one of their sons Wm Geo b.1874 was born in Broadwey.They eventually had six children.
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Monday & Walbridge
Interested in any information on the John Monday from Dorchester St. Peter who married Mary Walbridge in 1788
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Re Temperance Hall Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Broadwey Dorset : 1891 Population : 774 - Has a handsome temperance hall with reading and coffee rooms
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Whittles in Broadwey, Dorset
Does anyone have information on Charles Whittle married to Silvia Brown 1811 in Broadwey, Dorset. Had the following children - William, Charles Cheeseman, John Brown Cheeseman, Josiah Cheeseman, Jeremiah John Brown Cheeseman, Ann Elizabeth Cheeseman, Uriah Cheeseman, Hezekiah Thomas and Silvia Thomasina Cheeseman Whittle - all christened in Broadwey. William married Jane (Read??) and emigrated to Australia from Dorchester (1839). I'd like to trace ancestors of this family and also find where the "Cheeseman" name came from. Thank you.
red mail Stroud/Honeybun
Any info on Eliza Stroud who married Thomas Honeybun Aug 14 1825 in Broadwey, Dorset? Cheers
red mail DRUITT, Harry Percy (Broadway)
DRUITT, Harry Percy (Broadway) (Aug 07 Green) Looking for Harry Percy DRUITT's father. Harry, wife Elizabeth (nee SUMMERS) and her parents were living in Broadway (sic) in 1891 census. Harry came from MIDDLESEX, LONDON 1860.
red mail Blacksmith's family
I am researching the Winzar family who came from the Broadwey/Upwey district. Charles Winzar was born in 1852 and married Charlotte Piper in 1874. I believe he was the son of Thomas Winzar, the local blacksmith. Any info. on either the Winzars or Pipers would be valued.

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