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red mail Emily READ chr 1836
I am trying to find Emily READ chr 1836 Compton Chamberlayne. She is the daughter of James & Caroline READ nee INGRAM. Emily's siblings are: George, Harriett Amelia, Ellen, Maria, Anthony & Elizabeth. Emily had a child Emma Jane READ born 1854 Union Workhouse South Newton, she was a resident there at the time. The father is not listed on the birth certificate. I have 1841 & 1851 Census records for Emily but have been unable to find her in the 1861 & 1871 Census. I would appreciate contact from anyone researching Emily READ.
red mail The Wyatt Family
Any information regarding the Wyatt family that lived in Compton Chamberlayne would be gratefully received. Particularly Frances (Fanny) Wyatt born circa 1815 daughter of James Wyatt
red mail READ
Looking for ancestors of John READ, Gardener, b.1821 in Compton Chamberlayne. (He married Priscilla EWENCE/EWENS b.1821 also of Compton, daughter of George EWENCE & Fanny GURD.)
red mail READ & EWENCE
I am looking for ancestors of George EWENCE, Blacksmith, b.1787 in Compton Chamerlayne and his wife Frances(Fanny)nee GURD b.1789 in Donhead St Andrew.
red mail Maria ? born 1808
I am looking for early/late relatives of George Parsons, born in Wincanton 1802 and lived their all his life. He died in 1873. He Married Maria ? who was born in Compton Chamberlin, Wiltshire, 1808. They had 7 children, Fanny, Samuel, Dinah, Alfred, Susan, Mary and William. Any information on George or Maria or their parents or decendants would really be appreciated.

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