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Shalbourne Wiltshire
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Henry John PHILLIPS b1834
I'm looking for information on what happened to Henry John PHILLIPS, the oldest son of Henry PHILLIPS (b1803) and his first wife Martha nee DIXON (b1811). He is with his parents in the 1841 census but disappears before the 1851 census. His mother Martha died at Shalbourne in 1844 and Henry married Elizabeth DEACON in 1846. Did he die between 1841 and 1851 or did he leave home?
Posted: 2021
Baverstock family
I am interested in finding out about the Baverstock family of Shalbourne. Frederick Baverstock married the sister, Elizabeth, of my ancestor John Washbourn in 1839. Elizabeth was the widow of Joseph Slade of Bagshot in Shalbourne.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for history and descendents of, and information about, Henry PHILLIPS baptised at Hungerford on 14th August 1803, the son of a John PHILLIPS, a shoemaker, and Ann RACK. He was an agricultural labourer and married Martha DIXON at Shalbourne on 13 December 1832. Henry and Martha had at least four children: Henry John (1834), Charles (1835), James (1838) and Francis (1841). I am descended from James and his first wife Jane BARNES (born at Chilton Foliat in 1839). Martha was buried at Shalbourne on 17th June 1844 and Henry remarried on 19th October 1846. His second wife was Elizabeth DEACON and they apparently had some 13 children. I believe Henry died in 1874. Does anyone recognise any of these people pls?
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Shalbourne Graveyard
I've compiled a list of all readable grave details for Shalbourne graveyard. Please let me know if you'd like me to check any names (I'll not give out details of burials in the last 50 years, out of respect for living relatives).
red mail BRYANT
Looking for information on the Bryant family from Shalbourne Wiltshire,I have a Thomas Brient/Bryant who was bn abt 1733 in 1758 he married a Jane Lambourn in Hungerford and had children James in 1770 and Mary in 1777, I cant find any records of him coming from Hungerford so looking a bit further a field,has anybody been looking into the Bryant family tree and have Thomas in there tree ifso please get in touch. Thankyou
red mail BRYANT in Peckham
Looking for information on the Bryants who lived in the Peckham area in the late 1890`s.
red mail Ethel Andrews
Looking for any information for an Ethel (widow of? Andrews) Born believed to be Shalbourne 21 July 1909 Died Southampton 2001 Any family or anyone who knew of her Thanks
red mail Phillips
Researching descendants of Silvanus Phillips (1813-1890), shoemaker of Shalbourne, and Mary nee Cook (1816-1901) orig of Vernham Dean. Census records 9 children Arminia (or Ormina) b1844, Henrietta b1848, Austin (1848-1877) my g/gfather, Fanny Ann b1849, Albert b1851 m Leah, Elizabeth b1852, Martha b1854, Tabitha b1857, Sarah (1859-1922). Albert and wife Leah were living in Chelsea in 1901 and had a son Herbert b1880. Martha had son Austin William Phillips (1876-1906). Martha later married John Whale of Shalbourne. They had a daughter Maude b1890.
red mail Eliza Waters b abt1824
Due to the generosity of 3 cf members i have solved this puzzle- many thanks to all. I'm happy to share what i now know about Eliza Waters b1824 & her daughter Martha Jane Waters b1843. Orginial message: This is a long-shot. I'm looking for information about ELIZA WATERS/WATER b abt 1824 Shalbourne, father SAMUEL b 1788, mother SARAH b1793. It is possible that this Eliza is my brickwall but i need to find her marriage entry and so far have come up blank. I believe she married in 1848+/-, i would appreciate help. She may also have had a daughter out-of-wedlock in 1843. many thanks Sara
red mail Aldridge, Gye, Guy
in Shalbourne

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