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red mail Buckland Sackley Armour family in SSJ Sherborne St John
James Buckland and Susan Sackley lived in Mill Cottage in the 1800s. Their daughter Roselia moved to the USA married Watkin Keighley and that's how I came to be. I am seeking information about life in Sherborne St John in the 1800s as I prepare a visit in the coming years to walk in the footsteps of my ancestors.
Haskers of Overton and Odiham Overton
Henry Hasker a farmer in Overton Hants born circa 1665 had a daughter Dorothy (1695 - 1784). I am looking for a possible connection between this family and the Haskers of Odiham Hants, 17 miles away. A link between the two could potentially take my tree through marriage back to the mid 1400s. Any information will be gratefully received. Thanks. Dave
red mail JAMES DENNIS Hannington
James DENNIS born in 1864 in Hannington, met and married his first wife Mary Ann Nora HUTCHING during 1887, they had one son. Mary died in 1889, James married Ellen DAWSON and they had a family together. James was working as a carter on a farm in the 1911 census, at this time they were living in Bramley in Hampshire. Seeking anyone interested in this family.
red mail FREEMANTLE, POWELL & NEWPORT at the Fulling Mill Whitchurch
Henry FREEMANTLE was the Miller at the Fulling Mill, near Whitchurch, at the time of the 1851 & 1861 Census. His wife was Ann (nee POWELL) but she died in 1854 leaving Henry with their one child Rose Hannah then aged six years. In 1867 however Henry found himself bankrupt but he is still calling himself a miller in 1871 when he is on the Isle of Wight. At the age of 52 in 1879 Henry dies and is registered in Whitchurch. Henry's mother, in her will written in the same year, also provided for the three children of Mary NEWPORT (b 1837, Tufton, Hampshire) 'who for some years lived with my late son Henry'. They were William Henry, Louisa Jane and Agnes.
red mail Barnett Whitchurch
I am researching my ancestors from Whitchurch. The last Barnett of my line born in the area was my Great Grandfather James Barnett (1821-1890 ) born at North Waltham ,who moved to Reading Berkshire where my line carries on.His father and rest of the family were born in Whitchurch. Any descendants of this family out there ,perhaps still living in Whitchurch area. ????
red mail wild wilde Ashe
Joseph Wild born 1845 at Ashe father William mother Charlotte. Labourers and shepherds. Later Joseph moved to Surrey. Any movements of Wildes before 1800 of after 1900 would be great.
red mail Harriet Whatmore Micheldever
Looking for my 2nd G Grandmother Harriet Whatmore and have been for nmany years; born about 1816 most probably in Hampshire, England. Married James Grunsell at St Marys Church, Micheldever on 13 Sep 1834. I have all census entrys for them and found 9 children in Micheldever Hampshire. Harriet Died in Sep 1900. I cant find christening info despite trawling through the Hampshire records office. (Her parents are NOT George and Sarah of East Stratton) Please help!
red mail BARLEY Family Freefolk
I am looking for connections with the Barley family who lived in Freefolk / Whitchurch during the early 1800s. I have a ggggrandfather Henry Barley b. abt 1820 in Freefolk Manor and there are records in Hampshire Archives showing James Barley, Yeoman of Freefolk sometime around 1825-1830, also record of John Barley around 1760 also of Freefolk and Frederick Barley a papermaker (not sure yet of date). If anyones genealogy connects or if you have any information please contact me.
red mail Rev Dudley and Ward, 1841 and 1851 Whitchurch
1851 Census has some of our ancestors living at the Rectory with Rev Dudley in Whitchurch. 1841 census they were in Broughton, Hampshire. 3 brothers and one sister, Edward Grant, Francis Swain, Maria and Robert Sutherland WARD were orphaned from S Africa and Madras, India. Their father died in 1835. Edward Grant Ward came to Australia but am interested in what happened to the other children. Any info would be appreciated.
red mail Martha Dicker and John Budd Hampshire Ashe
Martha Dicker married John Budd 1700's in Ashe and Dean, Hampshire.

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