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Mary elizabeth rogers
Looking for information on Mary born c1842 Midsomer Norton. London 1861 then ???1871 then Golcar Yorkshire c 1875 married Isaac Groom. Died Bristol 1911/12. Looking for info between 1861 and 1875. Thanks J
Bissex Family of Midsomer Norton
Seeking further information on my paternal 4 x Gt Grandfather, William BISSEX (? - ?). Occupation ? Married Ann CHARD, 1787 (b 1764 Stratton-on-the-Fosse, d ?). They had 4 children: Henry (? - ?); Thomas (1793 - 1866); William (1795 - 1870, my 3 x Gt Grandfather), and Elizabeth (1800 - ?). In my research, I have drawn a blank going any further back than William, although I know a little bit more about Ann his wife (her mother's surname - HEDGES).
red mail John + Maria Bridges of Midsomer Norton. 1871
I'm looking for the family of John Bridges + Maria Treasure. children: James, John, william, Thomas, George, Alice, Edith. 1871 census Father John was 47 yrs. Maria was 44. Edith born 1871. William believed to have died 1930, buried in Midsomer Norton.
EMILY MILES
I have a copy of the death certificate of Emily Miles, the widow of Frederick Miles a farmer, who died on 13.3.1903 in Radstock It was sent for in error and I would be pleased to send it on to anyone with an interest.
Sarah Flower Hill - Turner
My great grandmother, until this week, has been refered to as Sarah Flower Turner, who married Henry Isaac Brown. I just received a copy of one of her son's birth certificate which names his mother as Sarah Brown, formerly Hill. Sarah's mother, Elizabeth Hill, had Sarah in 1844 and her sister, Louisa, in 1847, before marrying George Turner on 9 October 1849. They had a son, William James, who was born in 1850. Does anybody know of a source to find out if George Turner actually adopted the two girls or if they just went by the name Turner? On Louisa's birth certificate the name of the father is left blank and the mother is listed as Elizabeth Hill. It's possible that Turner was actually the biological father of the two girls, but there's no way that I know of to prove that. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
red mail Angerstein
I am the great grandaughter of George Henry Edward Angerstein b1870; grandaughter of William Alfred Angerstein b17.7.01 and the daughter of George William Angerstein b6.8.1926 and am interested in hearing from any relatives/descendants of George Henry or William Alfred.
red mail Ashman/Maggs Families
I am tracing my husbands family tree from Paulton and surrounds. Any help would be welcome. Thanks.
red mail Chard family
Seeking information about Thomas Chard and his wife Ann, nee Kerton, who had a farm and cottage near Downside College for more than 20 years before 1830.I believe they were married at Ashwick in 1802 and had a son Richard who was bapt. in 1805 at Stratton on the Fosse. Ant information at all most welcome.
red mail Milsom / Newling - Burial
I am trying to ascertain the date of death of Gwendolen MILSOM (nee Newling) who was buried at Midsomer Norton. Gwendolen was born in 1892 in Clandown, Somerset and married Stroud Eric MILSOM on 4 February 1913. They produced one daughter, Colleen Elizabeth Alice and divorced in July 1919. Thank you
red mail Flower / Valentine / Sparks / Hoare
Im lookingfor any info on the marriage of Mary Ann VALENTINE b. 1828 (approx)to Isaac SPARKS. Her parents were Richard and Elizabeth. She married 3 times (Sparks, then George Hoare and then Nathanael Flower) and ended up in Aberdare S.Wales. Would love to know where she married and where she came from and when she moved to Wales. She had a son Henry SPARKS b.1858 and possibley John and Martha before him!

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