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red mail Peck -Figheldean
I am researching my ggg grandfather John Peck born in Figheldean, Wiltshire 1792, his father was Jasper Peck. Any information about the Pecks gratefully received.
red mail Found
William Found was found in Figheldean - an abandoned child about 1787. He married Rebecca and had 2 children, one is Fanny Found, born 1854, my great grandmother, who left Figheldean to live in London and married Charles Whitworth. Any information about the Found family would be most welcome. David
red mail Mannings
David b 1816 son of James b? a farrier. David had brothers Michael b 1813 and James b 1820, all Figheldean. See my other Mannings entry for more, but info on this James b 1780ish much appreciated.
red mail descendants of David Mannings
David Mannings (b 1816) was the farmer at Choulston Farm in Figheldean and married Harriet Howel / Howells from Chisenbury in 1839 at Netheravon. Their son William was my great grandfather, b c.1851. He had siblings John and Sarah. William married Emily Plank from Figheldean in 1878 and they had nine children, Sarah Harriet, Rhoda Beatrice, John, George, Tom, Charles, Frank, Annie and Ethel. Sarah and Rhoda both went into sevice in Sheffield around 1900-1905. If anyone in Wiltshire recognises the names, do let me know as I can fill you in on the sisters who went north!
red mail PECK
Milston, Figheldean and Everleigh Wiltshire
red mail Thomas Ranger
Does anyone have information about the parents of Thomas Ranger born Mar 11 1832 at Ablington Down?Their names were Henry and Mary but I know no more.Would love to find out more about them.

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