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red mail Annie Rendall/ Randall Butt
Looking into family member Annie Rendall Butt born in Bruton 1870. I think her mother was Emma Rendall/Randell, from Shepton Montague and father John Rendall/Randall. Her mother later got remarried, to Thomas Butt from Shepton Montague.
red mail Bruton, somerset
William Feltham b. 1815 Bruton
red mail Bartlett, Bartlet, Young
I believe my gt gt gt gt gt gt grand parents were William Bartlett b1731 and Melior Young b.1735 both in Bruton. They married in 1756 in Bruton. Amongst their children (including William, Elizabeth, James and Hugh) was Melior/Mellier Bartlet who married Samuel Mees from nearby Nunney. I am descended from her. Any connections?
red mail Chappell
Thomas Chappell lived in Bruton with his wife Grace and at least 1 son John, from approx 1830 to his death in 1853. I am desperately seeking his wife's maiden name and anything anyone has to offer. Regards.
red mail Stockwell. Bruton.
Researching Thomas Stockwell, wife Letitia and children Susan, Emma, Clara, Alfred, Walter,Adelaide, Emily, Frederick, Laura. Thier daughter Susan was born in Bruton c1821. The 1851 census has Thomas and Letitia living in Walcott and Thomas is a Surgeon.
red mail Vigar/Vigger
Looking for any information regarding Bruton Vigar or Vigger family. Especially John & Susannah Vigger ancestors.
red mail Chappell
J. Chappel - ref. Chappell at Bruton - were in business as a nurseryman, at Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall, until 1822. He were said to be late gardener there of the Hon. Lord Bridport, and, he advertised in the Sherborne Mercury in 1798

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