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red mail Walbridge family 1740's
Looking for the family of a Thomas Walbridge. He was married to Elizabeth Caplin on 13 Sept 1767 in Petersfield but the marriage registry says "TW of Buriton". I am guessing that he was born about 1740. Any possibilities for chr, parents, siblings ...for this man? Thanks so much for any help.
Wells Family of Buriton
ELI WELLS was born in 1780 in SELBORNE, part of a large Wells family and tree. Records suggest he was baptised in FROXFIELD in 1783. He is shown in the 1841/51 census living at LOWER MINSTER BURITON a bricklayer and/or Stone Mason possibly married to Martha SMALL in Petersfield in 1807.I have no information on children or life of Eli, can you help.
red mail Holmes Family
I am searching for any information on the Holmes Family who Married into the knight Family in 1871. It was my Great Great grandfather William Willmer Holmes. He married Ellen Knight daughter of Eli Knight, at Catherington Church. Or if anyone knows if any Holmes or Knight are Buried in the church yard or any Decendents still living in the area, i would appreciate it.
red mail Wells,Oakshott,Granger families from Buriton,East meon,Petersfield
Looking for anyone researching these families or any other families from these areas and surrounding villages. Other names are Bolds,Midwinter, Forester, Carter, Pearce,Serle,Langrish,James and several more. The furthest i have got is 1707 with weston wells and barbara granger. Any help appreciated
red mail Pannell-Ryder family of Buriton
I am looking for information on my great, great grandparents Daniel Pannell and Mary Ryder Pannell. My line comes through their youngest child Eliza Pannell. I am new to genealogy. I am looking for the parents and grandparents of Daniel and Mary as well as siblings. Thanks!
red mail Hall Family of Buriton and Liphook
I'm looking for information on the Hall family of Buriton. Nicholas Hall,b 1801, m to Mary Unknown, Had four children,Jane,1828 Richard,1830 Nicholas,1835 & John,1841. Richard Married Jane unknown, born 1828 and they had 3 children:- Albert,b 1856 (my great grandfather). He married Louisa unknown, b.1856. Children, were Zoe, my grandmother, born 1881,in Crawley.(where her father was employed at the time.) She married,Henry Rose, b,1856 in Addlestone, and they settled in Basingstoke. She had 3 brothers,all born in Buriton, Frederick,1886, William 1888, and Arthur 1892. I believe William emigrated to Canada and one or both of the others had a haulage business in Liphook,Hants in the 1920s-40s. Any information about the family, business etc. would be welcome. Would love to know if any of their descendants are living in or around Liphook.
red mail Halls of Buriton
I am looking for any information on the Hall family that came from Buriton. Ann Hall married Harry Littlefield on 02 Dec 1860 in Widley. Chrissie
Pannell of Buriton
George Pannell married widowed Jane HAWKINS 1820 at Buriton. Children: Margaret (1821); Jane (1822); George (1823-1900); Daniel (1825); Elizabeth (b/d 1827); David (1828-1891 - married WOOLDRIDGE); Joseph (1830); James (1832); Anne (1833 - married COLLIER); William (1835); Thomas (1837). Particularly interested in descendants of George jr, David and William.
red mail davis and gamblen
Trying to find the family of Davis and Gamblen, who lived in Buriton. I think the Davis originated from Hambledon. Most were farming labourers and William James married a Caroline Gamblen, who in turn had a daughter Priscilla Caroline, who married Robert Hibberd. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you


 
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