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red mail martha sperring/spiring
Martha was born in Burrington, married in Blagdon in 1810 and lived with her first husband, William Mockeridge, in Compton Martin. William seems to have disappeared and Martha remarried. Her parents were Isaac and Mary Sperring. Does this family ring any bells?
red mail Mabel Jenkins
Am looking for any information on Mabel Jenkins who worked as a barmaid in Burrington in 1901, she had a son Walter Addicott in 1907, she originally comes from Yatton, daughter of George and Amelia Jenkins.
Thomas Dyer 1753 - 1799
This Thomas Dyer 1753 - 1779 married on 5 August 1779, probably at Churchill Somerset, Mary Tripp dau. of Samuel Sumner Tripp and Jane nee Lewis of Springhead and Churchill. Mary died 1800, she and Thomas had a number of children six of whom died young - was JOHN DYER a wine - merchant of Syracuse in Sicily one of their survivng children? He married on 23 June 1820 in Bristol, as his second wife, Frances Lewis Tripp his first cousin she died in Sicily in 1827;it is believed that John married a third time. Please, if anyone knows more of this branch of the Dyer family would they contact me ? I should be grateful, especially for John's dates and where he died.
red mail Panes
I have info on the Panes family of Burrington during late 18th - mid 19th century. Also interested to hear from anyone who may have info too.
red mail Goldstone
I have info on Goldstone, Lamborne, Packer, Hort and Brooks. If anyone would like to share information.
red mail Robert Goldstone
Looking for info sharing of Robert Goldstone born 1731-1734 who married Mary Brooks.
red mail Thomas Goldstone
Looking for info or relatives of Thomas Goldstone born 1758, who married Mary Lamborne

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