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Isaac Hill (born abt 1800 - died 3APR1873) and family
My great-great-great grandfather was Isaac Hill (abt.1800 - 3APR1873) of Ashwick. He married Mary __ and children included James, ELIZABETH, and Amelia. ELIZABETH married George Turner after she had my great grandmother, Sara Flower Hill (went by the name Turner). Am looking for any information about Isaac's date of birth/baptism, parents, etc. as well as information about Elizabeth - especially any records indicating that he was the biological father of Sara Flower (b. 1844). On the birth certificate of one of Sara's children, her maiden name was HILL, not TURNER. Elizabeth married Henry Isaac Brown. Susanna Fear was also present at the death of Isaac Hill in 1873. Perhaps there is a family connection there, also. Thanks in advance for any information, hints, leads, etc.!!
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
Mary Flower of Ashwick born 1794
I've received multiple replies regarding Mary's husband, Isaac Hill. I'm now trying to confirm that her parents were William Flower and Joyce Pratten since some people have William married to Rachel Turner and Mary being born on 8 October 1794. Has anybody seen any records regarding Mary's birth/baptism/marriage/death? I'm just starting to work on this branch of my tree so any further info would be greatly appreciated. Mary and Isaac's daughter, Elizabeth Hill, married George Turner in 1849.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Presbyterian chapel
I'm seeking any information about the presbyterian meeting place within the Ashwick parish. My wife has ancestors who were christened as Presbyterian but I have been unable to establish whether it is a chapel, hall or just a circut vicar or the like. Help would be appreciated.
red mail Fear
I am researching the Fear family from Ashwick. I am descended from James Fear (b. 1755) who married Hannah Selway in Ashwick in 1774. Names which crop up in connection to this branch of the family include Turner, Trippick, Watts and Norman.
red mail Cluards
Any information on Richard Cluard b12 Nov 1809 and christened 5 Dec 1809 or William Cluard b18 Jan 1807 and christened 15 Feb 1807. Parents John Cluard and Eleanor ?
red mail Hill
Looking for information on the Hill family of Ashwick. Daughter of the family, Elizabeth Jane, wasa born in 1862, married to Charlie Wareham in Redhill, where they had another member of the Hill family, John, living with them.
red mail Randall family
I am looking for descendents of John Randall who was born in Ashwick circa 1803, he married Rachel Chapman on 4 May 1820 in Shepton Mallet,they 11 children all baptised in Ashwick: John b.03/04/1821,James b.27/08/1823,Gabriel b.15/12/1827,Henry b.15/12/1827,James b.21/06/1829,David b.16/12/1830,Matilda b.17/7/1832,Alfred b.16/06/1835 d.08/01/1839,Elizabeth bapt 7/04/1839,William bapt 04/03/1840. My great great grandfather is Henry who moved to Caerphilly circa 1840, John is also recorded on the 1881 census for Wales as a widower living with Elizabeth Vowles widow aged 45 also of Ashwick.
Does anyone have any details of the Trippick family who came from Oakhill .Shepton Mallett area thanks
red mail Hannah(Fanny) Norman/ Dorse
We are trying find more about Fanny Norman our 2nd great grandmother. She married a Henry Dorse about 1845. Her parents were ? James and Elizabeth Norman of Ashwick or thereabouts in Somerset. We were particularly interested in her mothers maiden name.
red mail Lovell/Fear
I am descended from Samuel Fear (b.1792 d.1847) and Susannah Lovell (b.1793 )who lived in the Nettlebridge area (Ashwick). I have found out quite a bit about the Fear's and I would be greatly interested in any information concerning the Lovell's!

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