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red mail Tiley and Axford Families
I have in my tree Apia Tiley (born/bap 1727)at Winterbourne Stoke. Apia married John Axford and one of their children Elizabeth Axford (b 1756) again at Winterbourne Stoke married a William Meridew. Has anyone got any further information on the Tiley's or Axford's, are there any burials in the Churchyard of any members of this family. Any information no matter how small would be appreciated. Thanks
red mail winterbourne stoke
Looking for descendants of West in Winterbourne Stoke,Elsie, Ernest, Sarah, Gertrude, Kate, Laura, mother Sarah (nee Mortimer,born in swanage) father Samuel can only find about 1880 need more recent information.
red mail GILBERT
I have George GILBERT b. Abt 1756 Berwick St James Wilts. George married Mary and had a son, also George, b. 1775 Winterbourne Stoke, Wilts. This George married, 1798, Priscilla LEVERSUCH, they had a son (George) b.1799. He married Mary Ann SHERLOCK in 1847. Their son Jesse GILBERT was born 1851 in Winterbourne Stoke and is my G-Grandfather. In turn he married Louisa Ann LEWIS in Mitcham, Surrey in 1880. Any information welcome. Frank
red mail William Noke
Born Steeple Langford 27.11.1841. Died 12.12.1935 aged 94. Returned to Steeple Langford 1900 - buried there. Farm manager in Winterbourne Stoke for many years. No record of whereabouts 1901 or prior. Was married twice. Once to Ann Noke (cousins widow)sometime after 1875. No record of marriage.


 
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