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Andow
Would like to hear from anyone with Andow ancestors from Glastonbury in the 19th Century
Posted: 2021
GIBLETT and HYDON
I'm researching Thomas GIBLETT and Sarah HYDON, both of Glastonbury, who were married 23 Oct 1740 at Chapel Allerton, Somerset. They were apparently at Glastonbury during the 1740s but during the 1750s their children were baptised at Warminster, Wiltshire. The surname is sometimes shown as GIBLET or GIBBLETT. Please contact me (Judy) to exchange information.
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2021
Mary Marriott/Vincent
Can anyone help me find details of this lady who had 2 children Ellen (also known as Helen) and John Marriott or Merriott both born in Edinburgh in early 1820's. She then married James Vincent who was a Tailor in Glastonbury. Helen was married from Glastonbury, John joined the Hussars and became a Chelsea Pensioner. I have looked for Mary and James wedding but can not find a record.James died in Jan 1869 leaving Mary £100. Regards Sylvia
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2020
red mail WARFIELD (Various spellings)
The earliest Warfield I can find is a James born c. 1765-8. He thought he was born at Glastonbury but lived at Nailsea. Does anyone have any early Warfields at Glastonbury please that could tie in with my James?
Posted: 2013, Member logged in: 2020
red mail PURI, Omananda
Born Maud MacCarthy in 1882 in Ireland, Married to William W Mann in 1911, then to John Foulds (1880-1939)composer)in 1932, then married a William Coote in the 1940's in Calcutta. She used the names Swami Omananda Puri and Tandra Devi when writing. I have found an obituary that states she died in June 1967 on Isle of Man but is buried in Glastonbury. If anyone has access to the cemetery at Glastonbury and the time to check for her it would be greatly appreciated, so I can get the correct name to order the death certificate. Maggi Australia
Posted: 2009, Member logged in: 2017
red mail DOWN Elizabeth c1824
Im looking for the family of Elizabeth DOWN bc1824. She married a Robert CLARK in Bristol in 1844
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail William and Tamson Somers
Looking for any information on William (b.~ 1780) and Tamson (Saward) (b. ~1776) SOMERS and their family. (married 1805) They are listed in St. John's church in Glastonbury, Somerset, England. They moved to Canada around 1820 with their children, Hestor (1805), John (1807) , Harriett Elizabeth (1809), Robert (1811), Rhoda (1813), William (1816) , Amelia (1818) and Joseph (1820). Trying to find out information about Tamson's SAWARD/SEWARD family as well as parents of both of these two individuals. William is listed as a yeoman in the few census records I can find. Any information helping us find more of the ancestor tree would be appreciated.
Posted: 2007, Member logged in: 2017
red mail STREET, Somerset
MUNDAY Jesse Born 1900's Worked Clark's, had brothers Frank, Joe, Danny, Bert,sisters Annie, Elsie, Daisy. Trying to locate Munday relatives.
red mail Booth, Benjamin
I have just found Benjamin BOOTH is my Great-great grandfather and I am after any info or connections for him and his family. He was managing the George Inn on the High St in 1822-3. He died sometime after this and his wife ran the Inn. Many thanks, Robin
red mail John Payne of Glastonbury
I am seeking information on John PAYNE, he was born at West Lydford in 1791 and married Maria DOWN at St John's Glastonbury in 1814. I would love to find his parents. Any info would be appreciated.

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