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red mail STUDLEY family
Looking for info/contact with descendents of Benjamin STUDLEY, licensed victualler and labourer in Rampisham mid 1800's. Had family with wife Jane, nee DURALL.
red mail DANIEL NEAL
I am looking for information regarding Daniel Neal, born in 1840 in Rampisham, Dorset. His parents were Daniel Neale and Susan Ellis. I do not know his date of death. Daniel married Harriet Cornick in 1862.
RENDELL
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON GEORGE RENDELL B ABT 1820 TO ANN BOTH OF RAMPISHAM CHILDREN I KNOW OF DINAH MARY ANN I HAVE THE TWO GIRLS CHRISTENING DATES BUT NO SURNAME FOR THEIR MOTHER DINAH MARRIED AND MOVED TO CRAMLINGTON NORTHUMBERLAND I THINK THEIR WAS A LOTT OR LOT SEX UNKNOWN HE WAS A WITNESS TO MY GRANDMOTHERS SISTER ON HER WEDDING DAY ANY INFO MUCH APPRECIATED
red mail Neal Family
Information sought regarding the Neal family from Rampisham. Frederick Neal (b. c1864 Dorset d. Jul 1946). He married Eva Agnes Reakes (b. 1887 Somerset) Mar 1904 Lambeth. Frederick is buried in Albaston Cemetery, Cornwall, with his daughter, Dorothy Violet Neal (b. Sept 1910 Bath d. 1994).
red mail Ballson
I am in the process of making a family tree ive got back 1750 and found a lot of my family came from the Dorset area The names so far are Harry Bolson he was married to Grace Cox they had one child and he was John Balson he was married to Elizabeth Jenkins there son Thomas Ballson was married to katura berg they had three chidren John Balson who was my G G G Grandfather he married ? Bond they had one child George Ballson then ther was Leo ballson who was my Grandfather
Gilberts of Rampisham and Evershot
I am looking for relatives, descendants etc. of Willliam Baldock Gilbert, born 1780 in Evershot, but lived in Rampisham. He married Lucy Jane Smith of Bratton Wiltshire. They and their children moved to Thornfalcon in Somerset and then to Devon. After 1871 they all disappear! Does anyone know what happened?


 
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