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butterfield family
looking for descendants of william henry butterfield(1805-1883) isabella rose durham(1813-1840) william was born in warblington ,hampshire. any information would be deeply deeply appreciated indeed
red mail Nicholas Harman - Warblington
Looking for information about Nicholas Harman of Warblington. He bequeathed money in his will to nephews Richard, Benjamin, Zebulon and Nicholas (all Harman) Richard is my g,g,g,g, grandfather. (Nicholas died C 1776). Richard married Mary HOughton (Nicholas' servant) and had a son called Nicholas. Possibly had other children as well. Nicholas (jnr) married Ann Amos (father Thomas Amos bondsman) and they had several children.
red mail Taylor family
My maternal grandfather was Henry Taylor, his father was a fruiterer/greengrocer named George Taylor and registered in Warblington at the 1901 census. His Greengrocers shop was at no 30 High Street Emsworth. Does anyone else have an interest in this family?
red mail Wareham
Researching the surname of Wareham in Warblington & Chidham in Sussex. Earliest entry for Warblington is a marriage in 1813 for Thomas Wareham & Anne Cox, both from Dorset. Unfortunately cencus returns weren't much help with where in Dorset they were from.
red mail Triggs Florence Rose
Am trying to find information on a Florence Rose Triggs who lived at the Warblington rectory in 1913(aged approx.13-15), with her father(name unknown) who was the rectory gardener.Thanks!
red mail Warblington - Hampshire
Warblington lies approximatey one and a half miles east of Havant, Hampshire and ten miles west of Chichester, Sussex. For some reason the folk at the Ordnance Survey do not put the name of Warblington on a lot of their maps although they note down other places, the names of which having largely disappeared with the passing of time. Warblington has a railway halt, a large comprehensive secondary school, a 12th century church and the remains of a castle that was sacked by the Parliamenterians notto mention lovely sea views and the remains of a pictoresque sea mill. Before the 1920's the parish of Warblington included Emsworth and family history researchers will find the parish records of their Emsworth family listed under Warblington. I aminterested in the Jones/Dridge/Kennett families.
red mail Young Family Of Warblington
Harry (Henry)Foster Young was born in South London and lived in Warblington. He had two children by his first wife and later married Jesse Maull who is believed to have lived in W. until her death in 1955. Any contacts please.


 
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