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red mail Hawkslease orphanage & Marden Brockenhurst
My grandmother, who was a widow (and who died about 15 years ago) was Pearl Wilson and was Matron at the girls orphanage for many years during and after the war. She was at Marden as well. Her sister Gladys Perry was cook there for a while. My mother Rosemary Wilson partly grew up there although she was at school elsewhere. By all accounts it was a very happy place and I would be pleased to be in contact with anybody who can tell me any more or vice versa.
red mail hawkslease girls home
Im trying to find out about hawkslease girls home that was in lyndhurst Ive tried to research this home but found out very little .M y Mother was there with her sister there names are janette hutchinson and she was known as jacky her sister is jill if there is any one that can help I would be greatful any stories welcome thankyou
red mail Judds Cottage
Hello, I am researching my family history, particularly the Last family of Lyndhurst. My Grandfather, Mark Henry "Harry" Last was born in "Judds Cottage". I think this may be one of the cottages at the entrance to "Homefield", but I would like confirmation. This would be Pre WW1. The names have changed in the recent past. Regards David
red mail Rev Barry Morgan Baptists Minister
Rev Barry Morgan was the minister of Lyndhurst baptist Chapel untill early 1973 has he any family left in the area if not does any one know where he went after he retired I have information about his father that could be of use to any Gt Grand chilldren
hawkslease hampshire girls home
I lived at the home from 1949 to 1953 with my younger sister Maureen (who died at the Home.) I was very friendly with Audrey Jennings and the other names are Ann and Janet Gorse, Valerie Frecknall and Joyce Jennings Audrey's older sister. I left to work in Street Somerset with Avrille Doncom. Would love to chat to anyone who was around at that time?
red mail Crowter and Brown in Lyndhurst
William Joseph Brown and Sophia Crowter were married at Lyndhurst in 1979. It appears that Sophia's sister or cousin Elizabeth Crowter married a John Fuller the same year. If anyone has any interest in these families I would be delighted to share what I have with you. Cheers.
red mail re broomfield
hi i am currently researching my broomfield family which came from this area if you have anyone with that name please contact me and we can see if their is a connection from phillip
red mail William Sebright
Looking for any information on William Sebright (my 4x Grandfather) Born about 1788 Lyndhurst Married to Elizabeth Veal abt 1811 Children: Charles 1821 - 1906 James 1827 Winefred 1831 John 1833 George 1835 Kate 1838
red mail Bombing School Lyndhurst
Hi I am looking for information on the Bombing School in Lyndhurst in the first wrld war, my grand father was stationed at the school and is recorded on his marriage certicate. many thanks
red mail George J Fenwick
died in 1913. Founded the Fenwick hospital in Lyndhurst 1908.
red mail mary frampton
looking for info on mary frampton married lyndhurst .children were mary ann , caroline,james,charles i think ? thanks
red mail HINTON family in Lyndhurst
JAMES HENRY HINTON and wife ANNA (Annie) lived from 1920-1948 mainly at No.2 and No.5 High Street, Lyndhurst with daughter Mrs. Gladys Oakley. JAMES, a former Blacksmith was known to have undertaken carrier work and also had a 'yard' on or near the High Street where he kept some animals and a gypsey style caravan. Does anyone have any knowledge or either the family or details of the High Street at this time ? Any information would be much appreciated. Jane
red mail Short
Looking for any descendants of Joseph Short who was a baker in Lyndhurst during the 1850's. He had at least one offspring, a son by the name of Frederick who went on to become a furniture dealer in Southampton
red mail george abbott/ finch
looking for george abbott b lyndhurst1862 was related to brusher mills also looking for a mrs finch. thanks
red mail george alfred jones 1854-1875
any info on george alfred jones born lyndhurst 1854 later died at mansfield age 20yrs. parents of george and jane jones nee(soffe)woodmans cottage.any info welcome thanks
red mail brusher mills
looking for the grandparents and great grandparents of harry(henry)brusher mills born 1840 emery down lyndhurst.he was the snakecatcher of new forest.his father was thomas and mother was ann stote she was born in lyndhurst1802 any information gratefull.
red mail George & Sarah Carter
George (1802), Sarah (Sep 1808) and Ann? (1801) were born in Lyndhurst to William and Mary Carter. George married Ann Campbell. Sarah married Frederick Biddiscombe from Marston Magna in Somerset. Does anyone know anything about these families?
red mail Walton Taplin Osman
Researching all these names in New Forest/Eling/Totton area, partic. Charles Taplin m Maria Walton 1820's, which may be my "missing link". Also interested in any info. on New Forest Union Workhouse.
Scammell Newbolt
George Henry Scammell b 1840 in Southampton m 1864 Elizabeth Newbolt b 1841 in Lyndhurst. Their children were Eva E b 1871, Henry William 1873, George H 1875, Ada E 1880.
red mail Woods family of Lyndhurst
Looking for ancestors and family of James Woods, b Lyndhurst around 1782. He moved to Thorverton Devon and married there, and then moved to Canada with his family and his niece Helen Pierce, d/o Frances Woods and Barnaby Pearce. James d 1849 aged 73 (so b. abt 1776) according to his tombstone, but the only James Woods b in Lyndhurst is s/o Robert Woods and Mary Philips, b 1782. Is this the right family? What is the connection between Frances and James? Robert and Mary were married in Minstead in 1770 and they had 6 daughters as well as James.
red mail John SAUNDERS m Elizabeth MASSEY Oct 11th 1853
My great grandfather George Massey SAUNDERS, was baptised at Lyndhurst on Apr 14th 1854. He had a brother John (b 1855), and a sister Sarah Hannah (b 1856), and his parents were John SAUNDERS and Elizabeth MASSEY. They were married at Lyndhurst (parishchurch on Oct 11th, 1853. According to IGI, a John SAUNDERS was married in 1831 to a Fanny MACEY, and they had several children,from 1833 through to 1850 Regards...Phil How.
Arthur JUDD
Seeking fate of Arthur JUDD, born Lyndhurst 1840, son of Joseph JUDD 1814-1890/Martha COOPER 1811-1876 (she of Broughton, Hants). Arthur's siblings William 1836-1904, Ann 1838-1838, Elizabeth 1842-1854, Charles 1845-1906, Joseph 1848-1941, James 1850-1852, Jemima 1854-1891. William marr. Sarah CULLIMORE and Joseph marr. Jane Kendal DYSON.
red mail Dible
Joseph Dible dob 1833 father Joseph married in 1825 father James married in 1783 in Boldre by Lymington Any info?
red mail Smith, Beavis, Carter, Sims
According to Lyndhurst parish records, Edward Smith, described as "a sojourner of this parish", married local resident Martha Beavis on 19 Oct 1781. Of approximately six children born to them between the years 1782-1799, at least two survived: John (christened 13 Jun 1783), and Elizabeth (christened 10 Apr 1796). John Smith became the Lyndhurst Parish Clerk, and married Mary Carter on 6 Aug 1812. Witnessing the wedding were his father Edward and his sister, Elizabeth. John and Mary had three sons, all born at Lyndhurst: Frederick (b.23 May 1813), John (b.8 Jun 1815), and Charles Edward (b. 01 Feb 1820). Later parish records indicate John Sr. was widowed and then married Mary Anne Sims on 28 Feb 1839. They had two daughters: Frances (christened 19 Oct 1840), and Elizabeth (christened 24 Mar 1843). Frederick became a banker's clerk. Apparently, he never married. He lived with his brother John from at least 1871 until his death in 1890 (see my posting at Kingston Upon Thames). John Jr. settled firstly in the Islington area of London, and married Jane (surname Byrne?) around 1844. They had four children: Maryann (b.1845), Frederick Charles (b.1847), Sarah Emily (b.1849), and Harry Tyrrell (b.1850). Jane Smith died around 1854. John then married Margaret Duguid Forrest in 1855. He was a stationer's commercial clerk for many years. He and Margaret had six children while living at Kingston Upon Thames. John's younger brother Charles Edward remained in Lyndhurst and became a tailor. He married Rhoda (surname unknown) around 1852. They had three daughters: Kate Fanny(b.1853), Rhoda (b.1854), and Clara (b. abt 1858). I would welcome contact from my cousins who share this ancestry.
red mail James Henry Hinton
JAMES HENRY HINTON b 1860 Barford St. Martin, Wilts. Married Anna (Annie) Louisa Gulliver 1890 at Bowerchalke, Wilts. Children Amy, Henry Cyril, Dorothy, Kathleen, Winifred, Gladys. Moved to Alresford, Hants. then at some point parents and some daughters moved to LYNDHURST where JAMES had house and also a 'small holding' with a gypsy type caravan on it in the High Street ? This would be about first half 1900's. Anyone with any knowledge of JAMES and ANNIE or any of the daughters who lived there could you pls. contact me. Much appreciated.


 
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