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red mail Richards Thomas R 1572-1620
Looking for documentation about wife Thomasine (unknown last maiden name). She was born in Pitminster, Somerset, Somersetshire County, England about 1572 and died about 1608
red mail james thomas
james thomas was born in hemyock in 1818,his son james was born in pitminster in 1855,he went on to marry jemima clack from upottery and they moved to bristol and appeared on the 1881 census in ducie road then in lincoln street in 1891,they had annie,minnie,lily,edwin,albert,and percy who was my grandfather, any one who thinks they have any connection to me i would love to hear from you.
red mail Bourdillon and Pym
We are researching the Bourdillon family who lived at one time at Poundsford Park, Pitminster. In particular information concerning maybe two sisters who went to Rhodeshia as missionarys. Also what happened to Phoebe Pym the daughter of Thomas Pym who lived i the Lodge at the Park. She had a son who was baptised Frederick Thomas Crampton Pym and we believe she went to Canada. Her son became a solicitor in Oswestery and died 1966 Any info on either Bourdillon or Pym would be fantastic.
red mail Quarry Farm / Woodram Farm
Trying to find information on my 4 x Great Grandfather Peter Foreman and his family. They came from the Pitminster area of Somerset in the early 1800's. Peter Foreman was a Land Surveyor and Farmer. I have found the Baptism Records for his children, they were Baptised in the church of St. Mary and St. Andrew in Pitminster. On the Baptism records it states that they were living at Quarry Farm and I also think that they may have lived at Woodram Farm. Peter was married to Elizabeth Mary Wright. Will be grateful for any information received. Carol
red mail The Cross Family
I am researching the Cross Family from the Somerset/Devon area and would be happy to hear from anyone who is doing likewise or may have any useful information. They were distributed around the villages of the Somerset Devon border - Pitminster Blagdon Hill Pitminster, Otterford, Thurlbear, Churchstanton.
Boobies in Pitminster
Am looking for Dare connections who married into a whole range of similar sounding families who may be Booby, Boobyer, Boobier even Boobbyer: paricularly Frances Born 1719, who married John Dare. Connections with Richard Dare and Penelope Buxton of Wells.
red mail OATEN family - Pitminster
Looking for other folk researching Oaten family of Pitminster. I am a descendent of Harriet Oaten (b1823) the daughter of Judith Redwoood & Joseph Oaten (b1787). Harriett married George Norman.
red mail Richards, Loring
Thomas Richards b. April 15 1596 in Pitminster emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts. I have conflicting info on where his wife Welthian Loring was born bet. 1599-1602. Looking for assistance with these two. I know of one dau. Alice b. 1627 in Pitminster.
red mail Family link please
Hi, I would like to find anyone with an interest in this name please, Thomas Mountstephen & his wife Sarah Loller came to Australia 1849 on the "William Money". Would like to talk to someone with this family name to share some information please Thankyou in Advance dee
red mail WIDE/WADE Pitminster area
William WIDE was born 1862 in Feltham, Pitminster the son of Samuel WIDE(aka WADE) b circa 1836 and Ann (nee DYER) b circa 1830. Siblings Samuel DYER 1853, John Henry WIDE 1856, John Henry WIDE 1857, Elizabeth WIDE 1860 all born at Otterford; Hannah 1867, Ann 1868 and Charles 1871 were born in Pitminster.
red mail Nott, Lane, Hartnell & Rochester...all one woman!
Pitminster Confidential: Better than Fiction: Not a Nott? 25 Years a Lane, Remarried to a Rochester, Daughter of William Hartnell My 4xGGrandfather (Robert Lane b. abt. 1800) married Ann Nott (b. abt. 1804) on 15-10-1823 in Pitminster, Somerset, England. This was the name on her marriage license. They proceeded to have at least 6 children (all sons) John, James, George (my 3xGGf), Robert, Charles and Mark born between 1826-1842. I have a great deal of information about George’s family and a little about Mark. According to my records (Pitminster), Robert (the elder) passed away in September 1845. Then Ann Lane married Richard Rochester on 3-9-1848. On Richard’s marriage document (according to Pitminster records) he is a widower son of Joseph and Ann is the widow daughter of William Hartnell. I cannot find any reference to an Ann Hartnell born around 1804, I think there is one in 1809, but wouldn’t that be too young to get married in 1823? Plus, the 1881 census lists the year of birth as 1804 and birthplace as Pitminster. Was she married to a Nott before married Robert Lane? Was she simply an illegitimate child born to her mother’s name? But I can’t find her mother? I have to assume that the William Hartnell reference is correct, but I don’t know. What else could explain its appearance? I am not concerned with the social implications of these matters, I would just like to know who is who and build my family tree back for my own personal benefit. Any help in these matters would be of great help, if there is interest, I’d gladly share the information that I have. She was too old to bear children by the time she married Rochester, and the 1881 census shows her living in Blagdon Hill (Lane home for decades) as a pauper with two elder lodgers and the Death Index that she passed away in Q3 1889. Sounds like a very sad story.
red mail the Beadon Family
I understand an ancester of mine named Richard Beadon was born in Pitminster in April 1745 and married a Catherine Ridge in Taunton August, 1767.I am endeavouring to find out more, can anyone be of help? I am also interested in info. regarding his son John Ridge Beadon date of birth unknown but was christened at Pitminster on 23rd April, 1783. He married a Mary Margaret Lenoy in June, 1803 at St. Dunstan in the West, London.
red mail Oaten
I am researching the Oaten family in particular Samuel Oaten born in 1858 who was married to Emma Mutter.
red mail RAPPS.PERRY.CARTER.PRIDDY
I am researching various surnames in Clutton & High Littleton, RAPPS, PERRY, CARTER, PRIDDY, LEWIS, MERCER, CREW, CRICK, VOWLES, JAMES, EVANS, BEAN, BIGGS, TIDCOMBE. If anyone shares any connection i would love to hear from you. Jenny
red mail HOLLAND OF SOUTH PETHERTON
I am researching the Holland family of South Petherton. If anyone shareS any connection i would appreciate you contacting me. best wishes Jenny
red mail BURFORD OF PITMINSTER
Henry Burford Bp 1815 Pitminster,the family later according to the census later came from Corfe and Trull. I would love to hear from anyone reseaching the same families, or descenants of Henry or his father Richard. Thanks Jenny
red mail Various Pitminster Families
A number of my ancestors lived at, or originated from, Pitminster, Somerset. These include MEACHAM or MITCHAM dating back to Samuel MEACHAM circa 1800, JENNINGS, RIDGE, TROAKE, SCADDING and NOTT. I'm always happy to share data with other researchers.


 
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