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red mail Thorne
an Elizabeth/Betty Thorne married 1736 to George Mills (of Crewkerne) in Misterton. I am hunting for her bapt/parents
Daw(e) Family
I would like to exchange/share information with anyone researching the Daw(e) name in Misterton, Somereset.
red mail Rendell
I am seeking information regarding the family of George Rendell and his wife Ann (Taylor). They m on 15.3.1808 at Crewkerne and may have had a d Ann christened 28.4.1809 at Crewkerne. They subsequently had 3 other children at least, George b 24.10.1812; Rosannah b 27.2.1815 and John b9.9.1817. Can anyone help please?
red mail Thomas Ashford
I am looking into my mothers side of the family(Ashford who are from around the Beaminster, Dorset and originamly ffrom just up the road in Somerset. I believe my ggg grandad ,Thomas Ashford , was born in 1816 in Misterton? Any further info on him would be appreciated.....thnks....Steve
I would like to hear from anyone who knows of Elizabeth Larcombe of Mosterton, she is the daughter of Daniel Larcombe and Elizabeth Spurdle. Kind regards. Jenny R.
red mail Larcombe
Looking for any connections to LARCOMBE surname for Misterton Somerset or Mosterton Dorset. Apparently these villages are only a few miles apart but in separate counties.
red mail Sibley In Misterton
Elizabeth Ellen Sibley born abt 1852/3 Misterton (parents James & Elizabeth) married Henry Bowditch at Misterton Parish Church 20 April 1873. Does any one have connections with these people?
red mail Misterton, Somerset
SIBLEY FAMILY from Misterton:--- Jacob Sibley m. Jane Bartlett - 1783 at North Perrott: Lewis Sibley m. Edith Scriven - 1801 at Crewkerne: Jesse Sibley m. Jane Perry - 1846 at Ilminster: These are all my various grandparents on my mother's mother's side.

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