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red mail HOOKWAY
John Pearce Hookway born abt. 1813 died in Bampton 1902, fathered sixteen children by two wives. Are any descendants still in the Bampton area? Also seeking descendants of the 1917 marriage between Lucy Hookway and Michael John Hayes.
red mail Gibbings
I am related to the Gibbings family of bampton and have the family tree back to 1659. I have also managed to trace back to the earliest recorded Gibbings in Devon (in the country?) in Coldridge in 1571. If you think you may be related I will try and help. Chris
red mail Endicott Knight
1851 Census a Samuel 15 and James Knight 8 years old were with their Grand Mother Ann Endicott of Frog Lane Bampton. Any idea as to who the parents were of these Knight boys would help.
red mail KNIGHT family
My great-great grandfather, George Knight, was born about 1829 in Bampton. I have no record of his parents' names or that of his wife. He had a son, my great-grandfather, William Frederick Knight, born in 1859. Does anyone know of any other members of the Knight family around those times?
red mail Bampton Records - Burt
I am trying to find records which will show the birth parents of my Great Grandad Wlliam Burt born around 1835 in Bampton (according to 1871 census). Married Eliza ? from Burlescombe. Looking for marriage information as well and any locl history on Bampton and Burlescombe around 1835. Many thanks
red mail Endicott Davies
Looking for any families where there is a connection between Endicott and Davies or Davies Endicott where both names have been carried through the generations.
red mail ENDICOTT born Bampton
Looking for information on William Endicott a Sawyer, father of Henry Endicott,(Blacksmith, born in Bampton around 1824 married in 1849 to Emma Humphries of Farringdon)
Lyle, Baxter
I am seeking info on Mary Lyle who was married to Thomas Baxter in Bampton, Devon April 1822. Mary was born about 1796 in Bampton and Thomas was born about 1793 in Daventry, Northants.
red mail Tarr Bampton Devon
George or Thomas Tarr b.1811 m.Mary b.1810 had children Eliza b.1842, George b.1843, William b.1846 and Diana or Dina b 1848. I have traced the line down through George 1843 to present day. Has anyone got any information on any of the other children?
red mail Bampton - Style family
I have been doing a lot of research into Bampton records looking for the STYLE family. James style was vicar there in the 1650's; other Styles were licensed victuallers, cordwainers and peruke makers. They seem to have left the village by the mid 1800s. One of them was also governor of the workhouse in the 1700s. Any Style-related info would be welcome
red mail Parish, Bale
William BALE married Mary PARISH in abt 1855. William was born in 1833 in Bristol, son of Richard Bale and Harriet Blackmore. Other siblings of William were born in Dulverton Somerset. Mary was born in Bampton,Devon in 1835
red mail Endicott and Lazarus
I am searching for family members of Thomas Lazarus who married Sarah Encicott in Bampton around 1854. The family moved to South Wales for Coal mining c. 1870's.
red mail Lazarus and Endicott
I am searching for family members of Thomas Lazarus who married Sarah Endicott around 1854 in Bampton Devon. The family moved to South Wales for Coal mining c. 1870's.
red mail Besley, Bampton
The Besley family inhabited the area around Bampton for a few generations - in Templeton vicinity prior to that. Originally farmers and later shoemakers or bakers.
Escott Devon
The first Escotts appeared in Bampton in the late 1600s;after that there were many living in the village, including my family,who were cordwainers and shoemakers but, when cottage industry began to die out they became bakers mainly. I have not been able to establish the link between all the Escotts living in Bampton, if there is one, or from where the original Bamptonian Escotts hail. Does anyone know anything different?

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