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red mail fanny challenger
I'm looking for information on my grandmother fanny challenger born 6 Aug 1899 camerton. Married Walter Coe from Cowra Australia, when he was in WW1 and posted to England. They were married Oct 1919 in Bath and moved to Australia. Walter Coe's family lived in Cowra NSW Australia Thank you Jan
red mail Ruddicks in Camerton Somerset
I am trying to find information on the Ruddick family who were mainly Miners and lived in Camerton Somerset, and whether there are any known links to Ruddicks who worked in Mining and lived in Camerton Cumbria.
red mail Fussell of Camerton.
Info on Camerton in somerset and Elizabeth Fussell B 1798 Camerton.Marries Joseph Spiller from Wilton.Live in Dunkerton after marraige.Any info on any Fussells or Spillers really helpful to me.
red mail Bishop family
Looking for information on Samuel Bishop (dob 1810) and his family in Camerton. Samuel married Charlotte Beaven in 1833, father William Beaven, Mother Mary. They had a son together John, born 1834. Charlotte died in 1835 and Samuel re-married as a widower to Ann Francis, parents possibly Robert Francis and Charlotte McCoy born 1814 they had at least two daughters, Catherine and Martha and a son Robert. They later moved to Wales
Bendam, Cook
CHARLES COOK was born Abt. 1834 in Escombe, Durham. He married (1) MARGARET WATSON 15 Sep 1855 in Auckland Reg Office, daughter of THOMAS WATSON. She was born Abt. 1836. He married (2) JANE SPENCER 12 May 1861 in Medomsley PC, Lanchester, Durham, daughter of JOHN SPENCER. She was born Abt. 1835. He married (3) MATILDA BENDAM 26 Aug 1875 in Durham Reg office, daughter of RICHARD BENDAM. She was born Abt. 1842 in Camerton, Somerset.Children of CHARLES COOK and JANE SPENCER were: CHARLES COOK, b. Abt. 1866, Hunwick, durham. JOSEPH COOK, b. Abt. 1864, Hunwick, durham. WILLIAM COOK, b. Abt. 1862, Tow Law, Durham. Children of CHARLES COOK and MATILDA BENDAM: RICHARD B COOK, b. Abt. 1881, Hedley Hope, Durham. THOMAS H COOK, b. Abt. 1879, Hunwick, durham.
red mail Brooks at Camerton
Looking for ancestors of Jesse Brooks born 1843 at Camerton. Father was William Brooks Mother Priscilla Hale. Left Camerton to work in South Wales coalfields around 1860. Would be grateful for any information.
red mail webbers
any info on webbers in the 1800s needed
William Goold married Sarah Rossiter on 12 Dec 1800 in Camerton. Their son John married Sarah Langford, I don't know where or when. Any details of these families would be appreciated
Looking for info or help on JOHN WEBBER married to HESTER WEBBER (nee FILER) 2apr 1832 parish SHEPTON MALLET. Living in Whitebrooke Lane CAMERTON 1851 census, 7 children possibly 9? :- JOHN, ELIZABETH, GEORGE, FREDERICK, RHODA, SHADRACH, CHARLOTTE, CLARA?, ANN?. Many thanks :o)
red mail Parfitts, Evans of Camerton
Seeking ancestors of brother and sister: Maurice and Dora Parfitt (married name Dora Evans)of Camerton, England.Parfitts, Evans of Camerton
red mail Connecting with the past
searching for ancestors/descendents of Robert Hudd married Camerton 1809.Wife Elisabeth Heal daughter of Moses and Phoebe Heal.Robert was a journeyman carpenter.Is listed in Reverend Skinners early census of village.
red mail Osborns of Camerton
Doctor Osborn (he was a blacksmith!)married Lucy Hillman,5.12.1791,at St.Peter's,Camerton.He was born around 1751.Any information on his baptism would be lovely.Other names for this village I'm researching are:Jeanes,Sperring,Bendall,Sellars.
red mail Purnells Of Camerton
John Purnel(l) of Camerton married Eleanor Bartlet of Chilcompton on 2 April 1727. Any further information about them,particularly their births and baptisms, would be greatly appreciated.

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