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red mail Lynch and Whatmore surnames
I am looking for the family of Emma Lynch (b.1836). I know her mothers first name was Harriett (b.1818), whether her maiden name was Lynch or her married name I don't know. Harriett married William Whatmore (b.1812) in the Dec. qtr 1837. On the 1851 census Emma Lynch is aged 15 and recorded as step-daughter along with her three half-sisters. The entire family were born in Preston Candover. Emma married my great grand-uncle Abraham Oliver (b.1836,Church Oakley) I would like to hear from anyone who might have a connection or any information that will help. Kind regards, Julia.
red mail Self Family
Looking for any information on the Self Family living around Basingstoke and the Candovers
red mail OADES
Thomas OADES of Moundsmere Farm, and his first wife (name unknown) had six recorded children between c1600 and 1607: Margaret, John, Nicholas, Thomas, James and William. After the death of his wife Thomas senior married a widow named Elizabeth POULTER (whose first husband may have been Abraham POULTER). Elizabeth already had a daughter Agnes POULTER. Moundsmere Farm remained in the family while they had sons, and then passed by the 1726 marriage of Elizabeth OADES to Thomas HALL and his descendants. One branch of the OADES moved to Reading and then to Egham. Another branch went to Winchester. From Winchester some probably went to Portsmouth and (as naval personnel) to Plymouth. Please contact me if you have an interest in the OADES of Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey.
red mail th Snuggs's from Preston Candover
I am in the process of building a Snuggs family tree. I have a comprehensive record of the SNUGGS family from ACTON. My GGGrandfather was W H Snuggs b 1798 in Hampshire ( preston candover) My GGrandfather was W. Snuggs b1816 1818 in Hampshire ( preston candover) My Grandfather was W. H. Snuggs b 1851 in Hampshire ( preston candover) My Dad was C. R. Snuggs b 1898 in London My Aunties Bessie, Lilly, Leena.all born in London My Uncles Frank, Hennry,Frederick. all born in London From 1900 the family lived in Acton. Middx. The Family lived at 43, Shakespeare Road. Acton. Middx. My Grandfather was William H Snuggs born in the village Preston Candover, 1851 He was a Journeyman Butcher and married my Grandmother Ellen M Snuggs in 1888 in Fulham. In the 1901 census the Family address is given as 12 Winchester St. Acton, but the Family lived for most of the time at 43 Shakespeare road Acton. There is much I could tell you about the Snuggs family from Acton if it inerests you. Like to hear from you if there is a connection with your family. Best Regards. KEN
red mail thorne
william thorne, wife elizabeth, children Eli Henry, Alice, Frederick Jesse
red mail John Francis Light (Penang)
John Francis Light (baptised 15.12.1740) - Mother Mary, father William Negus (not married), grandfather Colonel Francis Negus, brother William (2 years older) died in infancy. Any information about descendants of Mary? Wondering if any connection with my ancestor William Henry Light (21.05.1857 - 20.04.1890). Family later lived in Preston Candover, Hampshire.
William WHITEAR born 1825 in Winchester married Ann PATIENCE born 1833 in Brown Candover. They were married in Brown Candover in 1849. They had four children that I can find, Thomas born 1850, died in 1910 Melbourne, Oz. Mary born 1854, Eli born 1857 and William John born 1865. William was the Blacksmith for Preston Candover and lived at The Forge there with his wife Ann. The Forge is still there and is now a house. Any info about the family would be greatly appreciated, as they are my ggg grandparents.

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