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red mail GEORGE GREY/GRAY b. 1574
I am urgently looking for the parents and grandparents of GEORGE GREY/GRAY of Bridgwater, Somerset. George had a son, Edward who, in turn, married a lady called Lucretia. If anyone knows anything about any of his ancestors or descendants, I should be very grateful.
red mail thomas furze marsh b 1841 m elizabeth wills cooze b 1848
Thomas lived 15 bath rd bridgwater and married elizabeth 1868 Thomas 1881 census was a ships steward and was on the ss penzance census place Scilly Islands cornwall (ships master Glanville Spray )
red mail Pain Paine Payne
Looking for information on an Edith aka Jane or Jayne Pain or variants born around 1825, transported to Tasmania in 1844 aboard the Angelina. Mother Sarah, siblings John, George, Charles, Frederick and Elizabeth. Appears as Edith at North Petherton as a farm servant. Married convict Christopher Moran in Tasmania in 1845. Tried in Bridgwater, found guilty of larceny
red mail o donovan (john)
hi im looking for a john o donovan c1940 he was born in ireland but came to england with his father to live and work.i believe his father was called patrick. as far as i know they were rd workers .i know they used to stay at 112 bath rd,bridgwater. i think it used to be a b and b. he married a marion slater and had two children patrick and carol.they have not seen him in years and would like to contact him or any relatives/ people who know him we have been looking for quite some time now with no hope anyone with any info please contact me
red mail BOARD/Hawkes/CROSSMAN
Looking for information on Hannah BOARD who married Albert John HAWKES 29/12/1872. Also looking for info on Elizabeth Rebecca(nee CROSSMAN?) married to Albert's father=John Hawkes on 21/2/1847. All these events and most of their lives believed in/around Bridgwater. Thanks...Mick.
red mail Taylors/Tucker/Elworthy 1700's
I have a marriage between Francis Taylor b. 1751 in Somerset and Elizabeth Tucker married (and born) in Bridgwater 16 April 1776.This couple had children John 1779, Francis 1781,William 1785,Thomas Tucker 1788, Elizabeth 1795, and George 1797. Francis was still alive on the 1841 aged 90. I would be pleased to hear from anyone with a connection. Heather
red mail Pain Toleman
Would be grateful for any information re ancestors of Frederick Pain born about 1827, married Sarah Toleman (born about 1829?) in 1847, migrated to South Australia 1848, father of Joseph Frederick and Sarah. Family moved (when?) to Victoria. Can supply male descendant line.
red mail Joseph Pain senior
Looking for information on Joseph Pain who married Isett or Izett Hobbs?, circa 1818, father of Joseph who married Sarah White. They had 11 children including Frederic who migrated to Adelaide around 1848, father of Joseph Frederick.
red mail POOK
Searching for JAMES POOK from Bridgwater around 1830's. Any info appreciated
red mail JONES/FURSLAND/CROKER/BIFFEN
CLIFFORD GEORGE JONES born 1866, Gasworks, Bridgwater. 1871 Census living Old Taunton Road. 1881 Census living The Butts, North Petherton. He was the son of RICHARD PERKINS JONES (born 1828 Crowcombe) and JANE (FURSLAND born 1834 Bridgwater). Richard's parents were GEORGE JONES/JOANS born circa 1788 West Quantoxhead and possibly Elizabeth. Jane's parents were JOSEPH FURSLAND and MARY CROKER both born circa 1804 in Bridgwater. I know SARAH BIFFEN/BIFFIN was Clifford's Gt Aunt but I have been unable to find the link. Can anybody help? Any links to anyone would be much appreciated.

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