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red mail Bishop and Jeffery
My research has bought me in to Emsworth to the families of the Bishop's, Jeffery or Jane Perryman about 1940s that lived near the Mill Pond area at no 1 and 2 Foster Cottage. There were about 12 children not all of them were born in Emsworth some in Portsmouth. Any help greatly appreciated. I have also found out there is something to do with the Bishop family having a yard at Thorney Island as they were builders. Please help me solve this problem
red mail Hobbs Family
red mail Newell
Looking for more information on Henry Newell born about 1798 in Emsworth, and married a Sarah around 1820. They then lived in Camberwell, Surrey.
red mail Bell Family
Looking for Pamela Bell, daughter of Jack & May Bell of Gordon Road, Emsworth. Andrena
Thomas Carter b.Emsworth 1820 married Mary b. 1826 in Emsworth or Portsea. He was a Greenwich Pensioner and was a Coastguard serving in Greatham, Durham and Herne in Kent. Searching for any family history. Thomas died aged 67 in Aylesham District, Norfolk.
red mail Sydney House
One of my direct Ancestors died at Sydney House - Emsworth, on 28th July 1876 - John Thomas Baker. I'm having great problems finding out very much about the place (Sydney House). Can anyone help at all ? Anything would be great. Do you know Emsworth ? Can you possibly think where Sydney House might be (or was) located ? Many thanks indeed for all thoughts, ideas and help.
red mail Tickner - Ironmonger
I am researching the Tickner family, Edward was an Ironmongers Assistant of High St Emsworth in 1861, several children were born in Emsworth. The family then moved to the Ironmongers shop in High St. Bishops Waltham. Does anyone have photos of High St Emsworth? Old or new.
red mail William Collins
Looking to find a William Collins and Parents born in Emsworth c1813. The only ref to his birthplace is the 1851 census. Married Mary Ann Hayseldem in 1837 in Kent In later documents William is listed as William John Brook(s) Collins Any helpwould be appreciated as I have reach a dead end with this family
red mail Thorpe, Collis
Raitt , Taylor, Thorpe, Shirley, Chubb,Collis, Portsea Alverstoke (Revised Oct 05) Harriett RAITT b 1855 m David Glasier TAYLOR, Charles J A RAITT b 1825 m Harriett THORPE, James RAITT Master Mariner b 1788 m *Sally CHUBB. Hollis THORPE b 1807 m Harriett COLLIS in 1832 in Warblington . Harriett COLLIS was b in Emsworth abouth 1810. Her mother Elizabeth was also born in Emsworth. *Sally Chubb's parents William Chubb & Sarah PARRY(b c 1776 Glos.) married in Bridport 1790
red mail Cornish
Interested in tracing the folloowing families in Emsworth: Cornish, Hoar, Matthews, May, and in making contact with old school friends.
red mail Hudson
Attempting to trace my grandfather whose family lived in Emsworth from 1st world war. My Grandmother worked as a housekeeper at a large local residence. Grandfather was not around much , a bit of a dark horse by all accounts !My father lived there with two brothers and an elder sister, sadly all now deceased.
red mail Baker
I am trying to trace the parents of my ggrandfather. My ggrandfather was Thomas Baker b. 1831 in Emsworth who was married to Ann Answord b. 1842 in Bradpool, Devon. They had one son Thomas William b. 1883 in Emsworth. Thomas William m. Amelia andhad 3 children, then married Beatrice Henley (my grandmother) and they had 8 children. Any info would be appreciated.
red mail Emsworth, Hants
Emsworth is a small town on the Hampshire/Sussex border.A one time fishing village within the parish of Warblington, it had its heyday in the 19th Century when it was famous for its oyster beds. I am researching the Dridge family who came to Emsworthfrom the Stoughton/Up Marden area of Sussex and the Jones family, recorded at Warblington from circa 1650.

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