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red mail Blake family 1600's
Searching for a marriage for William Blake about 1618. I know that William his wife Em and 3 of their children died of the plague in 1636. Only 2 daughters survived. Unfortunately I have no access to the parish marriage records and would like to confirm if the couple married in Broad Hinton and if any other family members married there around that time. If any one is able to look up these records I would be most grateful.
Looking for a CARPENTER family in Broad Hinton or nearby Winterbourne! My 3xgt.grandfather was HENRY CARPENTER, born c.1821-25 in either of these two nearby villages.Father was a RICHARD CARPENTER on his marriage certificate to MARY ANN PRICE in 1845 at the Baptist chapel in Ross-on-wye,Herefordshire.He moved there from Wiltshire when young(he was an Ag. Lab) and married at 22.He settled in Weston-under-Penyard in Herefordshire and went on to have a huge family!No mention of a Henry or Richard Carpenter in the 1841 census returns of Broad Hinton - had he already left? Help !!
red mail William Ivins born c.1811/1815
I am looking for any birth details of William Ivins born Broad Hinton c.1811/15 ish I think his mother was called Maria but I do not know her maiden name and I do not know William's fathers name. Any help would be appreciated.Thankyou.
red mail Austin
There were a number of Austins living in Broad Hinton and surrounding villages. Is there any information on George Frederick Austin (aka Austing) resident there 1860-1876. Is he buried there? Sometimes known as Frederick Austin.
red mail Re Parish Library & Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Broad Hinton Wilts : 1891 Population : 372 - Has a Parish library with reading room.
red mail Hadrill/hatherell
Researching Hadrill/Hatherell family resident in Broad Hinton 1756 ~ 1800

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