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red mail Palmer family
I am interested in the above family in the 1600's as I believe they maybe realted to our Palmers of East Garston.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for details/history of Henry PHILLIPS who was baptised at Hungerford on 14th August 1803, the son of a John PHILLIPS, a shoemaker, and Ann RACK. Henry was an ag lab and married Martha DIXON at Shalbourne on 13 December 1832. Henry and Martha had at least four children: Henry John (1834), Charles (1835) James (1838) and Francis (1841). I am descended from James and his first wife Jane BARNES (born at Chilton Foliat in 1839). Martha was buried at Shalbourne on 17th June 1844 and Henry remarried on 19th October 1846. His second wife was Elizabeth DEACON and they had a tribe of children. Does anyone recognise Henry or any of these other people, pls?
Post Revised: 2005
red mail Daniel Dobson (Dopson)
Any information on Daniel Dobson born 1838 in Ramsbury who married Mary Quelch in Kensington in 1865 would be great! Mary Dobson died 1876 in Hungerford and Daniel went on to re marry Eliza Davis (not 100% sure on surname) in Marlborough 1880 although it is possible that he had children with Eliza before Mary (his first wife) died! Daniel died in 1882 in Hungerford.
Posted: 2018
red mail Hungerford Horn
From - Camden's Britannia continued by Samuel Tymms 1834 At Hungerford market House is preserved a very old and curious brass horn, the gift of John of gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, as a charter of certain privileges of fishing. Another brass horn of more modern execution is kept in the town-hall. It has this inscription - John a Gaun did gie and grant the riall Fishing to Hungerford Towne, from Eldren Stub to irish still, excepting several mill pounds - Jehosophat Lucas was Constable 1634. The hornis blown annually upon Hock Tuesday, to assemble the inhabitants to choose the constable
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail John William Rose
John William Rose. Born in Hungerford Berks 1842.He married Isabella Durban in 1867 at Hanwell Middlesex. According to marriage certificate Johns father was William Rose deceased. I cant find John Rose on any census befor 1871. Any information on John or William Rose or their ancesters would be gratefuly received.
red mail Duck Lovelocke Willoughby
I'm researching Mary Duck b1763 Hungerford who married William Willoughby in 1793 in Great Shefford, Berkshire. Her parents were William Duck and Mary Lovelocke. Would like to contact fellow researchers.
Trying to trace my gt gt grandfather James Little born in Hungerford circa 1821. To date after much searching I have still been unable to find his birth or marriage dates. The only other info I have is that he married an Ann (nee name unknown)who wasborn in Freystrop in Pembrokeshire(now Dyfed Wales). From the 1861/1871 censuses I know he had a least 4 children, William Little b.c.1848, Thomas Little b.c. 1852, Elizabeth A.Little b.c. 1859 and Mary Jane Little b.c. 1865. They were all born in Pontlottyn in Glamorgan, so obviously he had moved to find work in the Iron Works. If anyone has any information or connections I would be most grateful for their contact. Regards Rita
red mail James & Co, Hungerford
I am looking for any information that people have gleaned on family members from the James family, Game Feed Manufacturers of Great Western Mills, Hungerford. I am particularly interested in anything related to the Animal Trap making/retail industry, or any related documents or materials pertaining to the same.
Does anybody have information on James Briant who was born around 1802 he moved out of London with his wife Mary who was from Kensington sometime around 1820 they lived in Hungerford.

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