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red mail Fowler/ Goodenough Family
I am interested in tracing as many decendant of John Fowler and Rhoda Goodenough who married and lived in LR in the second half of the 19th Century. Rhoda gave birth to about 14 live children, the first Mary was born before she married and bore the name Goodenough. My grandmother was one of these children, Louisa Kate, known as Kit, Fowler.
red mail Butcher family
George Butcher Police Constable born Letcombe Regis c1835 wife Jane Sarah Marabini b1835 St Pancras London. Would like to hear from anyone who has information about this family
red mail Golding
Look for info about Hannah Golding around 1790 to 1830 married william francis rolls about 1800
red mail Farmers
Grandfather Aaron Frogley
red mail newman
Looking for information on Elizabeth Newman who married Thomas Herring on 17/1/1778 in Letcombe.
Leicester/Lester family
I am researching the Leicester/Lester family pre 1820 of Letcombe Regis.
red mail Goodenough
Looking for information on the family of Alexander Goodenough Born 1774 married to Susannah Lovegrove and raising a large family of 16 children. Alexander may have been the blacksmith for Letcombe Regis for a period of time.One of Alexander's sons Edward b.1805 was transported to Australia in 1837.Edward's 2 sons John b.1836 and Joseph came out to Australia in 1856. Edward struck it rich gold mining in the Braidwood district of NSW in the 1850s.
Thomas Lanfear, Vicar, During 1868-1898
Interested in this fine gentleman, who trained for the Ministry at St Bees, Northumberland, with my g.grandfather. They must have been close friends, for I find that they pledged to name their first-born children incorporating the others surname, as in Elizabeth LANFEAR Barton. Thomas had a family while a Missionary in New Zealand, then settled back in England in Letcombe where all 3 of his sons tragically succumbed while teenagers to TB, as well as his wife! Just he and his daughter Mary survived the disease. Such sorrow:I have a most poignant 1885 letter which he sent to my grandfather describing his terrible family-events, and no doubt, that his faith had been very much tested.
red mail Roach
Looking for parents of William ROACH b.c1834 Letcombe. He married Martha b.c1832 Nuneham, Oxon. Children of William & Martha were William Charles b.c1856 London, Agnes E b.1863 Malvern, Worcs, and Kitty F b.1865 Worcester. William & his family were living in Salisbury in 1881 and son William Charles married Harriet BEST in Salisbury in 1880. They had one child Linda Mabel ROACH b.1881.

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