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red mail West Lodge
Grandfather Harry Poole (1891 - 1966) gamekeeper at Iwerne c 1909/1910. Have diary from this time. Love to hear from other estate workers families
red mail Thomas Fry-miller/any of Fry family 17-18-early 19th C
Any information about the Frys, who owned land in this area.
red mail Walter Domoney died 1873
Walter was an ancestor of my husband and died as a result of injuries sustained in a railway accident in October 1873 at Clapham Junction. His memorial stone in the churchyard records the event but I would like to have more details. I understand there was mention in the London Times on 31 October 1873 and would be very interested to read this. Walter was the brother of my husband's great great (I think)grandfather. He (my husband) is descended from Elsie Elizabeth Domoney, b. 1890, daughter of Harry Adam Domoney and Bessie (Elizabeth) Plowman. Elsie lived in Iwerne Courtnay with her husband from 1925 until her death in 1945. Her husband was Bertie Edward Wareham and they married in Iwerne Minster in 1925. He died in 1968 and I believe is buried in Shroton churchyard. If anyone has any more details to add it would be appreciated.
red mail Iwerne Minster War Memorial
I visited Iwerne Minster last year, and noted the names on the war memorial. There is a panel of names for Sutton Waldron as well. Please contact me if you would like more information about any of those named. I have photographs too. Those named were: WW1, Iwerne Minster, Alfred William Neish, Reginald Eli James Clark, Harold Browne, Robert Ashby, William Henry Fisher, Maurice Harry Green, Frederick James Roberts, Frank Crabb, George Stockley, Sidney Charles Wareham, Asher Edgar Hubbard, John Roberts, Fred Bridle, Sydney Samuel Hubbard, Minnie Monroe, Annie Neish, Sutton Waldron, Raymond William Brown, Harry Frank Tuffin, Percy Charles Domoney, Charles James Trowbridge, W G Barter, WW2, Harold Withall Aston, Harold Sealy Woodhouse, Peter Lewis Fred Geo Farmer, George Alfred Brooks, Horace Spicer, Bernard Cranton, Bernard Arnold Thos Bartlett
red mail James Green born 1804
Trying to find out more details of James and his Wife Eliza Bishop Born 1809. He was my gt,gt,gt,grandfather. Have found them on Census 1841,1851 etc but need info before 1841. Anything would be greatly appreciated
red mail Domoney
I am directly related to John Domoney bn 1834 through his son EDWIN bn 1855. EDWIN and his brother CHARLES moved to London in the mid 1885 period into the building trade. Any info on DOMONEY's wouldbe appreciated.
red mail DOMONEY
I'm looking for info regarding the Domoney family, in particular Charles b1858 who married an Esther. Charles' father was John Domoney b1835. One of Charles' children Walter John b 1881 emigrated to Australia in 1909, and it is this fact that I wish to confirm. I believe him to be my maternal grandfather. There are many Domoneys in the Dorset area, but I think Charles & Esther moved to Battersea and had their family there. Walter's siblings were Harry b1879, Lilly H b 1882, Caroline b1885, Albert b1889 and Frederick b1894. Confirmation of Walter's emigration to Australia is essential to enable me to tie up the family this end. Hope someone over there can assist. Patricia
red mail Marriage lookups
Would SKS look up the marriage dates/places/spouses of two sisters from Iwerene Minster. Annie Gertrude Plowman b abt 1897 in Iwerne Minster and her sister Dorothy Edith Plowman b 1900 in Iwerne Minster. (We know that Dorothy married a William Williams b 1898 but that's all we have on him) Many thanks from Canada
red mail Hiscock / Cossen
William HISCOCK s/o Lazarus HISCOCK and Elizabeth KING christened Gillingham, Dorset 6 January 1779 married Hannah COSSEN, born about 1784 at Margaret Marsh. William and Hannah married at Iwerne Minster 3 May 1803. Seven children located so far, apart from Edward all were christened at Stour Provost. Edward (Margaret Marsh 1807); Robert (1809); Susanna (1812); Martha (1814); Hannah (1816); Arthur (1818); Mary Ann (1822)

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