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red mail "Moorlands" Corfe View Road, Corfe Mullen
I would love to know if anyone has any old photos of Corfe View road, circa 1942. My dad, Ronald James Dwight, Uncle Raymond Frank Dwight and Uncle Alan Dwight together with their parents, Benjamin Frank Dwight and Gladys May Dwight lived there in 1942. I am trying to track down as much information as possible about my Uncle Raymond's death in 1942. He was 8 years old on 16th November 1942 when he was run over and killed by a lorry outside the school. I believe it was a hit and run. I would also like to know whether Lockyer's school was the only one in Corfe Mullen at that time. I would be very grateful for any information on my family and the accident. Many thanks, Helen
red mail COX Richard b 1806 Shapwick nr Corfe Mullen
I am trying to trace the parents and siblings of Richard Cox,born 1806 in Shapwick, Dorset. He married twice. Firstly to Fanny George on 5 Oct 1824 (Fanny died 1829)secondly to Lucy Cross on 30 Sept 1830.Philip was born to his first wife in 1828 and Lucy,2nd wife, had Martin (1836) Louisa(1838) Charles (1840) James Emanuel(Parish Clerk & bell ringer who married Louisa White,James died 1904) Jane(1838) Andrew(1841). Richard is my 3xg grandfather and I'd be very grateful for any help.
red mail Cox, James Emmanuel
Married Louise White - buried in Corfe Mullen. He was a bellringer at St Huberts for 30-odd years. Can anyone shed any light on the White or Cox ancestors?
red mail george bridge harbert
I am trying to find out any information, about my grandfather, george bridge harbert, I believe he lived in happy bottom, corfe mullen, for many years, I think he lived there from the 1940. His wife was amy, and I think they lived there until they died. If anyone could give me a push in the right direction , I would be grateful.
red mail Stickland
Looking for information regarding a John Stickland born c1781, and his wife Priscilla. John was a Blacksmith.
red mail Leonard Charles Cherrett
Looking for information on the desendants of Leonard Cherrett and 1st wife Harriett Pratt and 2nd wife Rose Cheeseman
LATIMER
Walter Edward LATIMER (son of Adam LATIMER and Jane HOLDER) born 1877 Corfe Mullen. Married Annie Elizabeth POTTER 1902 Bayswater, London, and had four children elsewhere. Australian descendants abound.
red mail John Cox, cordwainer
I'm looking for any info on the marriage and family of John Cox, cordwainer(shoemaker) who was born and died in Corfe Mullen (1804-1876). His wife was Sarah (1809 Wimborne/Canford Magna) and his children included Thomas (1825, builder), Sollena (1834, shoebinder), William (1838, cordwainer), James (1839 or 1840), Sarah Ellen (1842) and Samuel (1845). Have got all the census info from 1851 but want to go further back by getting details of John's marriage and birth.
Shorey Yeatman
John Shorey b 1844 Corfe Mullen m 1868 Elizabeth Frances Luther b 1836 Canford. Chidren Alfred J b 1871 Shapwick, Edward J b 1874 Shapwick. Edmund Warland Shorey b 1841 Corfe Mullen m Jane Miles Yeatman b 1832 Shaftesbury. Children Edith E b 1871
Shorey, Warland
Searching descendants of Edward Shorey (b) 1820 (m) 1840 Penelope Warland (b) 1813; Children Edmund (b) 1841, Robert (b) 1842, John (b) 1844, William Henry (b) 1847, James (b) 1850
red mail APSEY Amen Corner, Binfield
My 2 x great grandfather, George Apsey b 1792 at Chardstock, Dorset, was a Miller at Amen Corner, Binfield. A son Joseph and he were both millers at Amen Corner, Binfield, Berks circa 1850 - 1870s. Prior to that George was a Miller at Reading. George's parents were John Apsey and Sarah Reede from Chardstock.


 
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