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red mail William WOLLEN of East Harptree
Hannah WOLLEN was born in c 1806/1807 (baptised 13 Jan 1807) in East Harptree, the daughter of William WOLLEN and his wife Sarah WOOKEY. William and Sarah were also parents to Joseph born 1803 and Mary born 1804. Hannah married Thomas WOOKEY at the age of 18. She died 1830 aged 23 in West Harptree after the birth of two children. Thomas WOOKEY remarried and moved away, but the two children appear to have lived with William and Sarah WOLLEN and spent years in private boarding schools, apparently funded by a family member on the WOLLEN side. I have no birth or death dates at all for William and Sarah, but believe William might be a son of Joseph WOLLEN 1730 East Harptree -1785 of East Harptree. I would like to confirm this connection or find evidence of another possibility. Hannah's sister Mary married the Rev John SPERRING and I have lost sight of them after the wedding. It is possible that the whole family emigrated somewhere after Hannah's children were married.
red mail James Harper 1780
James Harper born in East Harptree in 1780, married Charlotte Brain (Brayne) of Wrington,Somerset in 1810,they seemed to have moved to Kenn. Somerset ,where their 1st child was born in 1811,any info on the Harper family in East Harptree or James's parents would be appreciated
red mail Gane family of East Harptree
Looking for family of Joseph Gane & Martha Harper and their children; Mary, Elizabeth, Ann, James, Emma, Samuel, Joseph and John. If there is a connection with New Zealand I am especially interested. Heather
Bettridge - Arthur Charles
MEDALS - WW1 - including the Military Medal. These medals were sold to someone quite a few years ago without the owner knowing. If anyone knows the whereabouts please contact me as my husband (who was Arthur's son) has passed away and I would dearly love to look into getting them back to where they rightfully belong. Thankyou.
red mail DYMOCK
Searching the family of Hester Dymock bn 1795 East Harptree, Somerset.
red mail Harper family
would love to hear from anyone descended from the Harpers living in East Harptree in 1841 & later.
red mail Carpenter
I am researching my husband's family; his 3 gt grandfather was James or possibly Edward Carpenter born c. 1786 in East Harptree. He married & had one daughter, Mary or Marie. His first wife may have been Elizabeth, surname unknown. He married secondly (presumably as a widower) Frances Ashman in 1806 & had 5 children with her. They were George b. 1807, John b. 1809, Eliza b. 1816, Maria b. 1818 & Henry b. 1827. Henry married Jane Thomas George & they had 4 children. Their son Alfred Manley Carpenter was my husband's gt grandfather. Any info gratefully recieved!
red mail pickering family of east harptree
I am researching my ancestors via my paternal grandmother elisabeth smith pickering born in east harptree in 1871 moved to reading in service met and married my grandpa frederick william hearn in 1897 and died in 1957,her father was thomas pickering who married matilda(nee smith),her grandfather was joseph pickering who married ann. my grandmas brothers (william)henry,leonard elton, george abraham and (harold)reginald all moved to bridgend/pencoed in mid glamorgon in wales. i should be glad of any info. david
COLE East Harptree
I am the great grandaughter of Bevis Cole and Mary nee Delamore of Wallace Cottages East Harptree Somerset. anyone related to me or of any knowledge of my ancestors please feel free to contact with any information no matter how trivial regards the Delamore where did they come from?or Coles same?. As I am building up a familytree or a picture of it - as to where and how they lived compared to modern day life in the city of Bristol.


 
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