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Seeking information of these two sisters, known to be living at 'The Pines', Excelsior Road, Parkstone in 1961. I believe their father GEORGE ENGLISH married my great aunt. (Isabella English married William L. Hathaway. Constance English was, I presume, unmarried in 1961)
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Parkstone families
I am interested in a number of families connected with Lower Parkstone in the 18/19Centuries. I have collected quite a lot of information as I live very close to the area, and lived there for a number of years. In particular the Guy family and any information about Parkstone Farm, where my 3x gt.grandfather worked as a labourer in the early years of the 19C.
Posted: 2004, Contact email reconfirmed: 2018
red mail Gladys Ivy Perrett
Can anybody help me with information about the father of Gladys Ivy Perrett who was born at "Park View" Station Road Parkstone on 13 Aug 1891. Her mother was Annie Perrett nee Asbridge. Gladys's birth certificate says her father was Thomas William Perrett but he is not living with the family as per the 1891 or 1901 Census. I can find no birth or death record for Thomas William Perrett. His marriage certificate to Annie Asbridge says that he was living at that time (1887) in Caversham Oxfordshire and was 23.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Downer
Frederick Downer born 1887 Parkstone Dorset son of Samuel and Florance Toop His Occupation in the 1901 census as a Organ Grinder can any give me more information
red mail Loxton
Seeking any relatives of William Arnold Loxton, born in 1887 in Leatherhead. He married Daisy Rosetta and died in Parkstone in 1935.
red mail hannah Saunders
Hi there - I am the earlier post about Leonard percy Galton - Hannah Saunders living in Lower Parkstone in 1915 was his mother - i don't have a BD for her - but any info would be appreciated - from the info you lovelypeople sent me last year - i was able to order my Grand father's birth cert. for my Dad ( gave it to him framed for christmas )- who never knew his dad as he died in WW2 - i would love this year to add another leaf to the branch of this colourful tree known as my family:) thank you in advance for any help for can offer.
red mail Leonard Percy Galton
i am looking for my grandfather's family in parkstone - most likely lower parkstone - he was killed in WW2 and his parents names are John and Ann or Anna - granddad was born in 1915 in Dorset any info - most appreciated. Thanks.
red mail 'Danecourt' 14 St peters Road, Parkstone
Does anyone have photos of this house prior to its demolition in the mid 1980's (it is now block of flats). I lived there as a child in the 1970's and have no decent photos of what was a beautiful house. It was next to Torvaine school (also demolished and now ? flats). If anyone can help it would be very much appreciated, Thank you.
Does anyone know anything about the Parkstone Grammar School in 1901? When was it established? Was it always a Girls' school? Are there any old records - where? My Charles WEBB (26) was a School Tutor in Parkstone in 1901 Census. How long for?Any information greatly appreciated. Jill
red mail PIPER/HORN Parkstone
Any information please on the PIPER and HORN families prior to the early 1800's. The Pipers owned a nursery in Church Crescent (Church Rd.)

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