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red mail Sartin
I am looking for details on my great grandmother, Elizabeth (Laura) Sartin who married Ernest Robert Lane (1888-1939) in c. 1905. They had three children Annie Violet b. 1912 d. 1999 (my grandmother), Reginald and 'H.E. Lane'. She is buried in Yeovil Cemetary but I have very little detail about her life, family and parents. Will quite happily supply any information on my family if interested and have photos of all of the above from the very early part of the last century. Many thanks, Ryan
red mail Hunt's Of Yeovil
Hi I'm interested in the hunt family. I have a list of name's from Robert Hunt 1766 to verious descendants of 1901. Reginald Hunt worked for G.W.R about 1920's
red mail Coxes with Limington roots
Charles Field Cox 1845-1898 Descendents - American cousin wants to establish contact with contemporary cousins in UK. Charles and wife Mary Chaplin had five sons, John b. 1881, Frank b.1883, Roland b.1886, Frederick b.1890, Albert b. 1892 in Yeovil; they had two daughters, Elizabeth b. 1887 in Yeovil and Alice b. 1898 in Wales. Probable common ancestor - John Cox b. 1726 of Limington.
red mail BURBAGE Family from Yeovil
My Grt Grt Grandfather was William Burbage who was born in Yeovil in 1808 aprx, but moved to London in his twenties. He was a Glover by trade, and I am trying to trace his Yeovil family roots. Any info would be greatly appreciated
red mail William Beale Collins
The 1901 census shows my grandfather William Beale Collins, his wife Sarah and seven children living at 3 Princes Street, Yeovil. He was a Printer & Bookseller. My father Gordon Beale Collins (b.1894) was the youngest child. I grew up believing he had just one brother Harold. The census shows he also had five sisters. Annie, Amy, Ethel, Gertrude and Mabel. If anyone has any information about these ladies or their decendants I would be very grateful. I know nothing of my father's early life prior to 1932 when he drove a Riley car from Durban to Johannesbugh, South Africa, breaking all previous records. He s ubsequently married and had seven children, he died in 1967. Through Curious Fox I was contacted in 2005 by the grandsons of Harold Beale Collins and have met a previously unknown cousin and a few second cousins. In February 2009 I was contacted by a granddaughter of Ethel. Through her I learned that my father had been married in 1922 to a lady named Blanche Margaret Hodgkins at Paddington Register Office. If anyone knows of this marriage and any subsequent family I would be very interested as so far we have not been able to find out whether there was a death or divorce. My parents married in 1934.and went on to have seven children.
red mail family PENNY for your thoughts!
I am trying to trace certain of the scattered family of Henry Penny of West Camel, Somerset (1853- ) and Jessie Rowland of Upottery,Devon (1859-1936) who lived in the Yeovil area. The 10 children were Lucy Ann Penny (1882-1955), (Henry Penny 1884-), Edwin 'Ted' John Penny (1885, killed WW1), Albert Rumsey Penny (1886-) who emigrated to Canada, Adelina Bessie Penny (1889-1926) married Arthur Oliver Tucker and had daughter Gwendoline Ivy Tucker, Silas W. Penny (1880 killed WW1), Ernest Fred Penny (1892, killed WW1), Alice Clara Penny (1895- ) married Will Craig, Reginald Penny (1898, killed WW1), Frank Penny (1899- ) gassed in WW1. Family correspondence indicates that Frank, Reg and Clara were separated from the other children when small, most probably when their father, Henry, died on 11 December 1905. The youngest four children would have been about 6, 7, 10 and 12 years old. But where did they go (as census searches etc failed to locate them)? Family letters refer to a Mary (White?) who may have been a close relative or foster mother. The eldest child, Lucy Ann Penny (my ancestor) married George Lock(e) and founded the Kingweston Lockes. Delighted to share information.
red mail king family yeovil
looking to find out information about my grandfathers family. i know that his father was called arthur king and his mother was elizabeth houndsell they had about 14 children one of which was my grandfather raymond c1930 unfortunately i can only guess that arthur was born between 1900 and 1910 and at some point during my granfathers early years lived in odcombe.seems hard to find much about them any help greatly appreciated
red mail Yeovil Castle
Does anyone have local knowledge about a Yeovil Castle? Was it a Castle or was it a Pub ? Family recollects 2 maiden aunts (sisters) who worked/lived at the Yeovil Castle. Can anyone throw light on this story? Thanks.
red mail ROOKS, Yeovil
Any info regarding Rooks living in Yeovil would be appreciated; my G-father was Donald Rooks, born around 1900s (he married a Cottle). Only info so far was that he had 4 brothers, 3 died young - surviving brother William, known as Willy; two sisters, Enid who emigrated to South Africa, and Margaret who moved to N. Ireland. Would like to know about his ancestors and these descendants if poss.
red mail Cooper from Yeovil 1881 census
I am trying to trace my great great grandparents and their parents etc. John Thomas Cooper married Angelina Gillingham in June 1874 in Yeovil, where Angelina was born about 1858. They appear on the 1881 census, and left for Australia soon after. Can anyone help me with earlier history of these families.

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