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red mail Bason/Basson/Foot (Morden area/s)
Hi I live in Kent - some of my family moved up from Dorset in the mid to late 1800's - Joseph Basson (Great Great Grandfather) and his wife Gertrude (nee Foot) moved to Wye near Ashford Kent. Any info on graves/past family history etc most welcome Thanks Sue
red mail parsons
richard parsons married susanna bonham in 1732 at canford magna. richard is noted as of this parish (morden) and raised his family there. can find no births in the area any help welcome
red mail Johnson family
I'm looking for any info on the Johnson family of Morden, Dorset. Particularly Elizabeth Johnson (b. 1823 in Morden). She was a glove knitter and had a large family although no father of her children was ever named and she never married. Can anyone help? Is anyone else researching this family? Thanks
red mail Lithgow, James and Elizabeth
I am interested in details about James and Elizabeth Lithgow who lived in Morden, Dorset in the early 19th century. James and Elizabeth had 5 children to my knowledge - George, Isabel, Mary, James Scott and John Scott born 27.4.1828(the latter my gg grandfather). I am particularly interested in when and how the Lithgow family came to be in Dorset. Hope you can help. best regards.
red mail Hector Corner
My husbands gr-father,Henry Hector,was born in Morden in 1862 to James & Annie nee Whitlock. On a visit to the village we noticed a name sign on the side of a house HECTOR CORNER and have wondered if this was land that they owned. If anyone can help us with any information we would be very pleased.
Lithgow/hillier
Information sought on the Lithgow/Hillier families who lived at Morden, Sherford, Blandford Dorset


 
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