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red mail Samuel Robert Groom of Holt
Wanting to find out more about Samuel Robert Groom who had an estate and land in Holt in the 1840-70s. From his will he had "the Home Field, Little Down, Charley and Kewarks". Any information would be appreciated.
red mail tannery Holt
Does anyone have any information about the old tannery at holt or the people who once worked there
red mail Hunt
HENRY AND sARAH 1845 THEN WILLIAM AND MARGARET, WHO HAD SIX CHILDREN BEATRICE,GILBERT,BESSIE, JOHN AND GRACE. THEY LIVED IN HAM TERRACE 1879 TO 1900 WHEN THEY MOVED TO GROUND CORNER. WILLIAM AND SON JOHN BOTH EMPLOYED AT THE TANNERY
red mail Bailey
Has anyone any information about the Bailey family from Holt? William Bailey born 1754 married Martha Dark. His father Robert Bailey 1714 married Susanna Bishop from Rowde. I think his father was james Bailey 1675 married to Martha (Bailey?) His father may have been John Bailey 1630 who married Elizabeth Flower.
red mail Harford
Any one researching James Harfordwho immigrated to Nelson New zealand in 1840,s. I am direct descendant. Hoping to hear from anyone. Maureen
Dyer family Holt Wiltshire
My gt gt grandmother REBECCA DYER was born in 1842 - Holt Wiltshire. Her father WILLIAM DYER, her mother MARY ANN. Any info re this family would be appreciated.
red mail Local History / Guide Books
Can anyone tell me if thare have been any Local History or Guide Books published for Holt?
red mail Huntley And Milsom
James MILSOM married Mary HUNTLEY 6 Jun 1803, at Holt. Does anyone have any knowledge of this couple?


 
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