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red mail John Green
Looking for christening of John Green who live in Bourton in the 1830 and Married Ann Hansford in 11835
red mail JUKES
I am trying to establish how the STONE family were related to the JUKES family of Bourton. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
red mail Hugh Stone
Born c 1818 Bourton, father James. Would appreciate any further information about the Stone family at Bourton.
red mail Fanny Norris or Morris
I believe Fanny Norris or Morris married James Stone and resided in Bourton Dorset/Wiltshire in the 1800's. Martin Stone b.25 Dec 1825 was their son. Martin was tried in Dorchester of horse stealing in 1847 and transported to the Swan River Settlement (Perth Western Australia) in 1850. I am keen to locate siblings or marriage/births/deaths info relating to these ancesters.
red mail Martin Stone
Need help to locate parents of Martin Stone b. 25 Dec 1826 Bourton Dorset/Wiltshire. Believe they are James Stone and Fanny Stone (nee Norris or Morris). Martin was tried in Dorchester for horse stealing in 1847 and transported to the Swan River Settlement (Perth Western Australia) in 1850. Looking for ancesters
red mail Martin STONE, son of James and Fanny
Martin STONE was born Christmas Day in 1826 in Bourton Dorset/Wiltshire. He was convicted in 1847 of horse stealing at Dorchester, given a sentence of 15 years. He was sent to the Swan River Colony in Western Australia onboard the barque SCINDIAN, the first of 37 shipments of male convicts to WA, arriving in 1850. He was granted a ticket of leave 2 Nov 1850 and a certificate of freedom 2 April 1868 in York, WA. He married Emma BAGSHAW, (b. 20 Sept 1838, Yorkshire to John BAGSHAW & Hannah MASON) in York, WA on 9 Feb 1857. They had 16 children. Martin died 7 May 1908 in York, WA.

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