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Rowe or Roe or Row
Researching Rowe/Roe/Row. James Rowe and his wife Charlotte Manning lived in Curry Mallet in the 1830s and 1840s. James Rowe (abt 1801-1870), a labourer, and Charlotte Manning (abt 1807-1882) got married in Taunton on 6 Jan 1833 and briefly lived in Norton Fitzwarren before moving to Curry Mallet. They had five of their 13 known children in Curry Mallet: Elizabeth Rowe (1835-1839), Ellen or Eliza (1837-?), George Rowe (1838-1914) Elizabeth Rowe (1839-1915) and Emma Rowe (1840-1917). The family appears in Curry Mallet in the 1841 census. Around 1842, they briefly moved to Chard, then Wedmore, and ultimately migrated to Canada in 1850. So far as I can tell, only Elizabeth Rowe (1835-1839) died in infancy.
Posted: 2021
red mail surname interests in Curry Mallet
hi thought i would just list my surname interests here and hope for the best Hawker Boon(e) Channing Wembridge/wimbridge thanks all the best marian
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
Pester
Anyone researching the Pesters in this area please get in touch! William Charles Pester b1878. Think his parents were Charles Pester b1848 and Anna Paul b1848 in Isle Abbotts.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Marina Amor - Axminster/Curry Mallet/Dorchester
We are trying to find out exactly what happened to Marina after 1901 when she was a bar attendant aged 24 at the Kings Arms Hotel in Dorchester. She was the daughter of Joseph and Caroline Amor nee Humphrey and was baptised in Axminster on 13 December 1874. We have been told she perished in the 1917 Halifax (Nova Scotia) explosion while on honeymoon. Does anyone know when and who she married, and if she really did die as a result of the Halifax Disaster?
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2020
red mail WESTLAKE Curry Mallet
Researching ancestry and descendants of John & Mary WESTLAKE, married 1745 in Curry Mallet
red mail MATTOX family Curry Mallet
I am looking for any connections to the MATTOX family of Curry Mallet. Alexander MATTOX born around 1720.
red mail Albert James Purkiss (1867)
I am looking for the relatives of James Albert Purkiss (it could be Albert James Purkiss)who was born in this village in 1867. I think his father was William James Purkiss born in Marylebone, London 1842 and his mother Elizabeth ?? was born in this village c1836 Thanks for looking, Peter
red mail Marriage between Blackmore and Purkiss
Further to my requeat for the marriage of Albert James Purkiss and Elizabeth Stead, having discovered the mother of Albert James as Elizabeth Blackmore also born in Curry Mallet, I am now looking for the marriage between Elizabeth Blackmore and William James Purkiss. Can anyone please shed some light on the mystery of the missing Purkiss marriages?
red mail Perkins family - Curry Mallet
My GGG grandmother Elizabeth (Surname unknown) was born in Curry Mallet c1787, and married John Perkins. My GG grandparents Henry Perkins and Elizabeth Quick were married at Curry Mallet in 1849. Would appreciate any further information.
red mail Priddle family
George Priddle and Mary Westlake were my great great great grandparents - their son John (1781-1843)who married Joan Higgins (1784 - 1855)became my great great grandparents and their son George born (1829 - 1901) married Charlotte Powell (1831 - 1902). Their 7th son Charles (1874 - 1922) was my grandfather. Would be grateful for contact with anyone who is a descendant of George and Charlotte.

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