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Elizabeth Sceates
I am looking for any details and relatives of Elizabeth SCEATES born in about 1824 in Stratfield Saye according to her census records. She married Willam BOSHER I have no details when or where. They had three children: Lydia Bosher b. 1843 William b. 23 November 1845, and Alfred Baron Bosher b. 1848. All three children were born in Kennington. Elizabeth was my 3rd Great Grandmother and I ma descended form Lydia. Any help regarding Elizabeth and her parents would be much appreciated.
red mail Churn and Penford
I am researching Sarah Ilsley CHURN who was born in 1790 in Stratfield Saye, Hampshire . Does anyone know anuything about this family? She was married to John PENFORD who was born in Eling Hampshire . In the 1841 census he is a farmer in Kingsclere. Thanks
red mail Neville, Mary Anne (Ellen) 1864-1898
Looking for any connection to Mary Anne Neville who worked at the Duke of Wellington's estate in Stratfield Saye, Hampshire She was unmarried and gave birth to a son (Albert William) in the Workhouse at Stratfield Saye in October 1898, and died shortly after in the same year. Mary Anne is listed in the deaths as Ellen Neville was born in Odiham, Hartney Wintney in 1864 Her parents were James Neville (b.1832)& Mary Anne Haynes (b.1835)
red mail John Boult (1779) & Sarah Allen (1783)
John and Sarah are both listed as born Stratfield Saye, Hampshire. (very near to Berkshire boarder, near Reading) Reasonably strong circumstantial evidence to connect to my Boult Family Tree. Known children. Harriet B(1805, George Anson B(1807), James B(1810). All born Wollerton, christened at Hodnet. Also suspect my ancestor, Thomas Boult (1802, Market Drayton ?) may be a son ? Both he and George Anson were in the Horse & Carriage trade. Also another John Boult (1795, Eccleshall) was a horse-breaker. Looking for any info to throw more light on the connections.
red mail DAY, married in Stratfield Saye.
I've got Harriet DAY, who married James WYNN at Stratfield Saye in 1853. Their children were born there too. She remarried Alfred George HALL in 1866 in Shinfield after she was widowed. Other than her father's name, John, I know nothing about her ancestry - John Day is a very common name! Any info, anyone?
red mail coopers
Looking for Coopers in this area around the 1830s. Arthur Cooper born abt1831,Edmund Cooper born about August 1832 and Fanny born abt.1835, there were other children. Father was William Cooper.At some time family moved to Wokingham in Berkshire as evidenced by the 1841 census (William would have been abt. 45 years of age in 1841). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Martin Family
Looking for info on the Martin family - John and Ann and one known daughter Mary, baptised 1771.
red mail Matthews, Tubb
Have Thomas Matthews m. Elizabeth Tubb 8/3/1828. can anyone help sort out where Thomas came from - probably a local village in Hampshire, or which Elizabeth Tubb? b.1804 to Charles Tubb and Mary and another possible b.1808 to John Tubb and Mary, both Stratfield Saye.
red mail Johnson m. Parker
Looking for any information on a John Johnson and family. Daughter Mary married George Parker in 1856 in Stratfield Saye. John was Head Gardener at the estate of the Duke of Wellington at the time of their marriage where they lived at Milton House on the estate.
red mail dixon . william george
looking for siblings of william g dixon, and gwedoline l dixon last known address was a place called saye?,i think the name has change now.

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