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Loders Dorset
The unusual, indeed unique, name of Loders is an ancient one. It was probably originally the old name of the river here, which is now called the Asker. The place is first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086... more
 
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red mail HONEYBUN/BOURNE
OF POWERSTOCK AND LODERS We would be pleased to hear from any Honeybun/Honeybourne from this area. We can trace our ancestors back to 1805. Edward H. is supposed to have been born in Loders, but no trace of his birth/christening. Once we have worked out who is father was, (there are only a few possibilities) we can then go back to the 1500's. Help!
red mail Lathey Family of Loders
I am researching the Lathey family of Loders and Bradpole. Great Grandmother Frances 1864 - GG Grandfather John 1831 - GGG Grandfather Thomas 1805 - GGGG Grandfather John married Mary Farthing 1761 - other names are Trevett, Bridle and Honiborne. 1761 John from Bradpole married Mary from Loders - this is as far back as I have got. I am also interested in the Honeybourne/Honeybun family from Loders. Have traced back to 10 x Great Grandfather Henry Honeybourne/Honeybun born 1578. Any help most welcome!
red mail Bagg
looking for anybody researching the bagg family of loders & powerstock areas and any relitives of Joseph Hyde Bagg born(1812)loders any info would be great.Dal:
red mail HONEYBUN (various spellings)
We are descendants of Edward Honeybun - we would like to hear from anybody who is researching the Honeybun family.


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