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red mail Haysoms of Cranborne
Looking for information on Richard HAYSOM and his wife Mary married at Gussage All Saints (but of Parish of Cranborne) 1686 -Did they have a son called Henry? Two daughters were baptised at Cranborne - Mary 1691 and Ursula 1694 . If they had a Henry he could have been my 5x Great grandfather. Thanks for any help anyone may be able to give. Elizabeth
red mail Jenkins, Poore
I am trying to trace the parents of Leah Jenkins who married Edward Poore in Cranborne on the 30 nov 1811. Any information on Leah would be great. They were living in Martin on the 1841 census.
red mail Bailey and Cutler of Cranborne or Alderholt
Seeking any info on the Bailey and Cutler families. Two Bailey brothers, William and John (parents William and Mary) who married two sisters Eleanor and Charlotte from the Cutler (parents Thomas and Elizbeth) family in Cranborne in 1839. Not a double wedding.
red mail NICKLEN/MARLOW
Hi, I'm looking for information regarding George Nicklen who married Elizabeth Marlow in Fordingbridge in 1863. Elizabeth had a daughter called Christophine who may be my great grandmother. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
red mail William Lawrence
Looking for information on parents, grandparents, etc. of my g.g.grandfather, William Lawrence, born 1815 in Cranborne, Dorset, died abt. 1890 in Wimborne, St. Giles, Dorset. Married in 1833 to Maria Woodlands, born 1816 in Wimborne, St. Giles, Dorset, died abt. 1888 in Wimborne, St. Giles, Dorset. Any help would be sincerely appreciated.
red mail REV. SAMUEL WILLIAMS
Hoping to gather some more information on the Reverend Samuel Williams of Cripplestyle Dorset. He married Sarah Fry of Cripplestyle and had some 12 children. Any one else researching this name would love to exchange information Cheers Dave. Canada
red mail harris/skeats/dobbin
my gt gt grandparents were henry alner harris and sarah skeats. they were married in cranborne church on august 3rd 1856. Three children born in England (Charles, Edward, Henry). Two children were born in Santry, my grandmother Charlotte Louisa, and the other was Mary. Charlotte Louisa married Thomas Crawford Dobbin in Santry. My mother was one of their fourteen children. Any information, please.
red mail Jospeh Brewer born c1826 Edmonsham
Hello Joseph Brewer baptised May 1826 at Edmonsham parents were William and Mary Brewer. Joseph married Elizabeth Emma Cutler at Cranborne 1847. Daughter Sarah Harriet known as Sarah was born 1849 she married Henry Loader 1873. If anyone has any connections would be pleased to hear from them. Rita
red mail Beale
Any info on the Beales of Cranborne and Boveridge,
red mail Priest Prest Price
Am seeking to make contact with members of the family of Henry Priest/Prest and Catherine Bungy who married in Cranborne in 1818.
red mail harris/skeats
my gt gt grandparents were henry alner harris and sarah skeats. they were married in cranborne church on august 3rd 1856.henry was a gardener at boveridge house around 1861. they all went to dublin shortly after that time. can anyone tell me anything about their parents, edward harris (labourer) and charles skeats (chimney sweep). i cannot find henrys birth either, i thinkhe was born around 1830s and sarah around 1837. any help and advice will be greatly appreciated.
Johnson m. Parker
Looking for Johnson family. Daughter, Mary, born in Cranborne c. 1831 to John & Ann Johnson. Mary married George Parker when John was head gardener at Stratfield Saye estate of Duke of Wellington. Looking for more information early 1800's on the family and mother's maiden name.
red mail Bailey Family
Is anyone researching the Bailey Family in Cranborne, particularly any of them previous to 1880?


 
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