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Dorchester Oxfordshire
Dorchester is the oldest stronghold of the Christian faith for many miles around, for when Bede was writing his History of England this was a cathedral city. But long before cathedrals were thought of it was a ... more
 
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red mail STACEY
Looking for a connection with the Stacey family of Dorchester. Henry married Elizabeth Polley in 1770 and they moved to Dorchester where their family were born.
red mail HANSON FAMILY
John Hanson Borne 1835, wife Ann Hanson (Cook) borne 1835, children Emily 1860,James 1868,John 1871, Vincent 1873, Florence 1875.Vincent later married Elizabeth Greenaway and their family migrated to Australia in 1915. Any assistance with other members of the family appreciated.Family lived in Dorchester as did the Greenaways.
Painter-Paxman family
Looking for descendants of the union of John Thomas Painter, b. abt. 1840 of Dorchester, Oxford, and Mary Martha Paxman, b. 1844 at Dorchester, Oxford, England. They had four children: John Wyatt, b. 1870, Alfred James Sidney, b. 1871, Edgar William, b. 1873, and Frederick Thomas, b. 1875.
red mail Berry Jordan & Cherrill Families
I have now confirmed my family details as far as I can in Dorchester. Berry - Edward berry bn 1761 died 6 Jun 1822 - Joseph Berry bn 9 Aug 1795 died 27 Aug 1873 - John Berry bn 3 Feb 1833 died 4 Sept 1892. John Berry married Hannah Jordan - Parents Thomas Jordan bn 3 Sept 1806 Margaret Cherrill bn 3 Feb 1811. I hold further details on the Cherrills and Jordans but if anybody knows any details of the origins of Edward Berry as I have drawn a blank it would be appreciated. The Berry DNA project points towards connections in Hanborough Oxfordhsire, but I cant find Edward in the records there.
red mail JORDAN/BALLING look-up plse
If anyone has access to the Berkshire marriage index, would it be possible to look up whether an Ann Jordan born November 1789 in Dorchester Oxon married some on called Balling or Balting. There is an Ann Balling or Balting of Beaconsfield shown as witness to Rose Jordan's death in February 1842. Rose would have been Ann's mother. Very many thanks.
red mail JORDAN, CHERRILL, HILL
My paternal ancestors are the JORDAN family from DORCHESTER. Later one branch of the family moved to ABINGDON and others moved to ESHER, Surrey and TWICKENHAM, Middx, ending up in BATTERSEA, London. The Cherrills and Hills were linked to the Jordans by marriage. Many of the Jordans were wheelwrights although 2 were landlords of the Dorchester 'George Inn'. Any information on the Jordans greatfully received but in particular, were there Jordan's in Dorchester after 1933? and Thomas Jordan born abt 1756 died in 1842 married to Rose Strange of Long Whittenham. Thomas seem to be the first Jordan in Dorchester. He's there in 1781 when he married - 1841 census shows him as born 'out of county'. Any ideas as to an event or anything that may give a clue to where he came from or why he ended up in Dorchester? Many thanks.
red mail Cozens
Looking for any information on Tatham Cozens (born 1779 Dorchester) married Ann Gardener in Little Wittenham November 1806, children Eliza and Sarah born Little Wittenham.Elizabeth, Ann and Martha born Dorchester. Tatham died in 1863, Martha married Joseph Savage ,Ann unmarried was a dressmaker, please can anyone help? -many thanks
hutton
i am looking for frederick hutton born c.1848 father thomas hutton. i cant find record of his birth. can anyone help please?
red mail jordan
i'm looking for information on any jordans in dorchester. I have information that a david jordan was born there in around 1841.


 
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