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red mail John Maile (Male)
I'm trying to find any family, (siblings and/or parents, cousins etc) of John Maile (Male) born in 1756 in South Petherton Somerset. He enlisted in the 50th Foot Regiment and served from 1778 to 1810. He married a Mary Mathewick in 1783 at the Parish Church Wellington. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Note the change in name when the family moved to Bridport. Thank you. Sue (Australia).
red mail Born blind
Does anyone have an explanation for so many people in South Petherton, particularly the Marsh family, being born blind in the 1800s
red mail Tutchen and Banger Family
My ggg grandparents Peter and Sarah Tutchen (nee Banger) and their 5 children left England in 1841 on the ship ARAB to come to Wellington New Zealand. I am looking for other people related as I would dearly love to have a photo of them and also to share other info and photos and contacts of others related. kindly Doreen
red mail Rebecca ROBINS
I am looking for the parents of Rebecca ROBINS who was born about 1801 in South Petherton. She married John HUTCHINS at South Petherton on 12 Dec 1823. In 1841 Rebecca and John were living at Pitway, South Petherton with their daughters Martha, Jane, Ann and Elizabeth. The family emigrated to Tasmania, Australia on 22 Nov 1842.
red mail Gully Gamily
Hi Can anyone help. My great great grandfather was John Gully born 1806 in South Petherton he was married to Ann Baker and they had 5 daughters, Mary, Alice, Sarah, Elizabeth and Julia who was my great grandmother. Julia was born in 1864 in Whitchurch Somerset. I believe she had 2 children by a Charles Burrows. The first Mary Ann (my grandmother ) was born in Banbury (Hook Norton) in 1884 on her birth certificate the father was Charles Burrows and his occupation was an Engine Driver. They then had a son Henry John who was born Fareham in 1887 again Charles Burrows was down as father and still an Engine Driver. The mother name was Julia Burrows ( formerly gully ) unfortunately I cannot trace any marriage between Charles and Julia, but it appears Julia married a John Morby in 1888 and her condition was as a spinster. Does anyone have any information on Charles Burrows or Julia Gully? Many thanks Lorraine
Henry Bunston b1789 married to Mary Ann Davey, descendents James Bunston b1820 and his son SAmuel Bunston b 1849.......does anyone have anything on Bunstons in the area?
red mail Male Family
My grandparents were Howard and Margaret Male, they had 3 sons, darrell, Rodney and Colin. My Great? grandfather had a farm and they made cider. There was a fire and the old house burned down. My father married daphne garrett from Martock, they met at school when she was 13. My grandparents lived in a terraced house next door to a gentleman that bred budgies. My grandmother died in 1967 and my grandfather died in 1992(?). I think he worked for Pittards leatheer with my uncles. Many of my family still live in the yeovil area. Any information about he farming would be wonderful. I live in the US now.
red mail Martin / Parker
Can anyone help with details of either Jane Martin or John Parker who married in Petherton England 1836 - 1838. Jane was a farmers daughter and was born around 1817. She and John emigrated to Australia around 1849 and settled in Melbourne. It is understood that at least 2 of her daughters and one son were born in the Petherton area. John was believed to have been a tailor and was born about 1816 in either North or South Petherton
red mail Denman
I am tying to find information on Joseph Denman who married Elizebeth Maltravers in July 1830 and had a son called Emanual. Emanual is my great grandfather and came to Australia. would appreciate any information and dates when they left UK. I know the direct links in Australia.
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