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red mail Hart - Williams/Harris
My Grandfather, Ernest Edmond Hart, 1879-1963. In 1905 he took a ship to New York, USA. He came back to England at the end of 1919. By 1922 my Father was born, and my Grandfather was driving steam engines. I believe they lived in Marlborough and worked in Swindon, on the Great Western Railway. How can I find out what type of engine he drove, when he moved the family to Surrey. His wife was Edith Williams, she was born Harris. Her first husband died in the war.
Thomas HEATH & Esther SMITH
Thomas and Esther married 14 November 1790 at Marlborough St Peter & St Paul. I am trying to discover where Thomas was born and wonder if anyone has the parish record to see whether that would give some indication please? There was a Thomas Heath, son of John and Mary, baptised at Winterbourne Bassett on 31 January 1768 and Thomas named his first son John.
Thomas Mark Rogers born August 2nd 1889
I have found the baptism for this boy in the Weslayan Methodist register of baptisms for the Ledbury circuit Nov 1874 - May 1916. The entry reads as follows: Thomas Mark son of James Mark & Sarah Ann Rogers residence: Marlborough Wiltshire baptised: December 11th 1889 born: August 12th 1889 I've a photo of the page if anyone is interested.
red mail LAWRENCE 1600-1700s
Researching relatives of Thomas and Benjamin Lawrence appear also to be known as Barber - any information or explanation of the relevance of the Lawrence - Barber connection would be appreciated Thanks Alan
red mail Alderwoods or Alderwitts
Having previously enquired about the Alderwoods pre 1800 we now find their name was Alderwitt. Any info on them most welcme
red mail Robert Alderwood (Royal Wilts Militia)
Any info welcome on the Alderwood family pre 1800. Robert,a sergeant in RWM married Susanna Nance in Padstow in 1797 and returned to Marlboro where they raised a family. We have no information on Robert´s parents or ancestry and would welcome any assistance. Many thanks - James
red mail Snow Family from Marlborough Wiltshire
Searching for info of William Snow b 1650 Marlborough who married Mary Goldsmith. They had 6 children William b 1675 married Mary Tuff, Edward b 1675, Thomas b 1685 married Anne Jarmin, Mary b 1685, John b 1686, and Elizabeth b 1686. Any info will be apprechiated and looking for the parents of William Snow b 1650
red mail BAKER/BULLEY
Seaching for cousin Carol Baker/Leonard Bulley, also sons Graham, Andrew, Jonathan, lived Marlborough area 1970.
red mail bailey
William Bailey of Gt Barrington Glos m Edith Howes 18-8-1565 they moved to Melksham Wiltshire, their son William born 1566 married Joan Walker 1584, then Francis Mykine 1586. His son also William baptized in Inglesham married Catherine Baker at Marlbogough in 1617, thier son John married Elizabeth Flower on 24-1-1654 at Devizes Whiltshirethier son Thomas married Sarah Dobbs in 1675 then Sarah Moore in 1681, their son John Married Elizabeth Chaicty then Jane Sowthy 17-4-1717 at Rowed Wiltshire.Their son also John married Patience Dance 1744. Their son Robert born 1758, moved in the latter part of the 18th century to what is now the East End of London, Bethnal Green, where he married Sarah Bennetof Wakfield Yorkshire. The Bailey family lived around Betnal Green, Hackney and Bow the latter being the Roman Road and Old Ford Road Area until the 19770s.
red mail Dobson's of Marlborough
My gt-grandmother, Mary Eliz. Dobson was born in Marlborough in 1860. I'd like to find out more about her brother Thomas (b1854)and his descendants - he married Louisa Smith and they had at least six children. Some of Mary's siblings travelled to London to find work but Thomas seems to have stayed in Marlborough. H
red mail Wyatt of Marlborough
Elizabeth Wyatt (one of my great great grandmothers) was born in Marlborough about 1818. She married Thomas Bye (papermaker/ labourer) of Thatcham, where they and their children are recorded in the 1851 and 1861 censuses. Has anyone come across her birth details, or knows of any Wyatt family in Marlborough end of 18th or beginning of 19th centuries?
red mail LOOKER
I am looking for Elizabeth Looker, born 8th June 1823. she married William King in 1841 at Marlborough. Her father was Joseph Looker born 1798 at Welford Berkshire her mother was Hannah?? of Marlborough. Elizabeth had a sister Amelia born 1819, Rebekah 1821, and Hannah. When Elizabeth was 18 she migrated to Australia with her husband.Does anyone know this family?
red mail Hancock Family Marlborough Wilts.
Researching James and Elizabeth Hancock late 18 and early 19c Marlborough.Timber Merchant.Lived on Marlborough High Street early 19 c.Their home acquired by the Marquis of Savernake about 1830.Famous children include Thomas, Walter, Charles, John, William. St Peter and St Paul Church Marlborough
red mail Tarrants
Seeking information about the Tarrant family, especially James, my gr-gr-grandfather, born there in 1825.
red mail Rose Jean Heath
Have been searching for 34 yrs. for my birth grandmother, supposedly and according to documents from my father's origins, she is Rose Jean Heath, or Rosa Heath, from Marlborough, Co., Wiltshire, England. She gave birth to my father Jeffery George Heath on April 7, 1915 in Quebec city, Prov.of Quebec, Canada. My father was taken in by David and Mary(Baines) Doherty of Charlo, Prov. New Brunswick Canada in 1919. He spent the 1st 4 yrs. of his life in some orphanage. He was born at Jeffery Hale Hospital in Quebec city. We have both a baptismal certificate and a death certificate with Rose Jean Heath on them...It is possible that we are on the wrong track. By 1919, it was stated in documents that both my father's parents were deceased??? The documents that we have(as mentioned above) came from the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1945 as my father was joining the RCAF and needed security clearance(he was in the communication field). He retired from RCAF in 1967 as a Warrant Officer. The 2 certificates come from the archives of the Anglican Diocese of Quebe. We are three sons still living and7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren here in Canada. We do not have any info on the Doherty family(no photos, nothing) and nothing on the Heath?? family. We have no familyon Dad's side. If anyone knows anything about this person, we certainly would appreciate being contacted. Tks. James
John Pyke
John Pyke (died 1850's) was a solicitor in Marlborough. His daughter was Louisa. Any info please?
red mail Colman, Thomas
Any information on Thomas Colman, b. 1592 or 1602, Marlborough, Wiltshire.
red mail Smith
Looking for details of John Smith and family who lived in Marlborough in the mid to late 1800s. The family was involved in professional cricket and public houses
red mail Crow
Looking for details on the Crow family who lived in Marlborough in 1800s to 1900s. Seemed to have occupied Angel Yard in Marlborough for at least 80 years. Head of family was Lionel M Crow bn 1835
red mail Froxfield - The Old Toll House
Does anyone have information regarding No 24 Church Road or 24 The Green Froxfield. Believed to have been built around 1850. Was it at one time The Old Toll House? Any old photographs?
red mail Dance families of Marlborough
Any information on the Dance families of Marlborough. Particularly Thomas Dance who married Mary Payn at the parish church on 14 Feb 1668.
james and elizabeth hancock
Marriages and baptisms at St. Peter and St. Paul.Lived on High Street late 18c early 19c.Famous children include Walter, Thomas and Charles.James Hancock was a Timber Merchant and furniture maker in Marlborough.Daughter Elizabeth.
red mail Rogers Family
Researching the Rogers family. Have William Rogers b. 1802 Ogbourne married Mirriam (Bright?)and had the following children; George b.1826; Thomas b. 1830; Joseph b. 1831; William b. 1834; John b. 1837; Mary Ann b. 1839 and Hannah b. 1845 (Hannah possibly born to William's second wife Anna?). Hannah married Henry Hunt in Marlborough in 1879 and one of their daughters Edith Jane married Frederick George Page in 1901 in Marlborough. Have more info on these families and any new info gratefully received.
red mail Thomas Hicks 11 Hyde Lane
Links to mildenhall.
Crook, Cary, Johnson
Researching the Crook, Cary and Johnson families in Marlborough
red mail Honeybone family tree
Looking for information on the Honeybone family from Marlborough, Wilts. Richard Honeybone married Sarah Newman in Jan 1789 at St Mary, Marlborough. Their son George, b. 1792 in Marlborough, married Anne Kempster in 1815 at St Mary, Marlborough. Their daughter Elizabeth, b. 1833 in Marlborough, had an illegitimate son, b. in 1853 in Marlborough, named Joseph Charles. Elizabeth later took out a summons against Charles Page, the reputed father, for alimony payments. Any information most welcome.
red mail Grobety
The earliest record found to date of the Grobety family is the marriage of a teacher, Benjamin Philip Grobety and Mary Lyddall at Wilcot, Wiltshire in 1769. Benjamin Philip Grobety is reputed to have been born in 1716. Mary was buried in 1776 at Marlborough. The baptism of Benjamin Grobety, the son of Benjamin and Mary Grobety, in 1786 also took place at Marlborough. The church records state that Benjamin Grobety (the son) was born in 1774. Benjamin Philip was buried in 1791 at Great Bedwyn, Wiltshire. Benjamin and Mary's daughter Mary married James Mannings in 1796 at Great Bedwyn and had a family in London. The son Benjamin owned a stage wagon business hauling freight between the West Country (primarily Marlborough and Newbury) and London, married three times and had ten children.
red mail Middleton, hillier, sawyer
Looking for info on the surnames Middleton,Hillier and Sawyer.
Piper
My G-G-grandfather was Thomas Piper, a master plumber and glazier, of Marlborough, Wilts. He married an Eliza ? and had (at least)John,James,?Edwin, and Maurice. I should be interested to complete the family. In return I can tell of John and his interesting life.
Marlborough Wiltshire
Seeking any information on the family of JAMES LAWRENCE born Marlborough Wiltshire 1865/66. Parents Ebenezer Lawrence , born Baydon 1834 and Jane Cox born Aldbourne 1835.James moved to Cardiff and married Mary Jane Gratton 27/11/1886
red mail Jones, Andrews
in Marlborough


 
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