Village, Town or County  
Browse Entries

Mobile phone users: Tap this link

Nether Compton Dorset
Store this place
Link to this place
Old Map of Nether Compton
Street Map of Nether Compton
Places within
1- 6 of 6

Entries around
red mail Keates/s of nether compton
I am interested in any Keats of Nether Compton and Over Compton around 1800s
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2017
red mail William James Smith
Born 1852/54 to James William Smith (RN retired) and Elizabeth? WJ Smith married Harriet Cherrie Miles I877. He was described as Commander RMS Southampton. Does anybody know anything about WJ Smith's early life and entry into the Merchant Navy?
Posted: 2016
red mail Hunts of Nether Compton
Looking for leads to my father's paternal family. George Hunt b. 1835, married Caroline Godden, children Edward, Florence, Albert, Theophilis, Benoni and my Great Grandfather William G who married Elizabeth Willis ~ their children are Annie M. Hunt (1886), Henry George Hunt, my Grandfather, (1887), Albert W Hunt (1890), Alice G Hunt (1890), Frederick Arthur Hunt (1892)(died in the Great War) and Claude W Hunt (1896).
red mail Master Builder Thorne
my great grandad was an 'employer of men' and stone mason; his sons Godfrey Job and John were masons; son George was assistant Clerk of the Parish c1850-60. All born at Nether Compton. Mother Eliza born West Coker. Any relatives out there?
red mail Haines, Nether Compton, Dorset
I am trying to trace parentage and siblings of Charles Haines born abt 1815 in Nether Compton. Any info greatfully received. I have details of his marriage to Mary Toogood and their children but have been unable to find earlier relatives.
red mail Pelly/Pelley of Nether Compton
Looking for any relatives or information on Pelly (Pelley) family descended from John Pelly and Abigail Hillier, married February 27 1781

Orphaned Entries: Author's email invalid

Surname GeoSearch

Find within
Text of Entries
Surname Keywords
GeoSearch Help

Read & Reply
Change email
Check entries

To send a message or add an entry... join CuriousFox as a free or paid member. Paid members have entries with green envelopes and all members can send them messages. Entries added by free members have red envelopes and only paid members can contact them.

Previous page