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Daw Families
Seeking information on any Daw Family connections with South Perrott in the 1800's.
red mail South Perrott
All Cleal, Cleall's And Variations - South Perrott The Cleall's appear to have originated from South Perrott with records going back to the early 1500's It is a small village, close to the Northern border with Somerset which straddles the A356 between Crewkerne and Dorchester. The River Parrett flows through the village, which is about 250 feet above sea level and has about 36 inches of rain a year. The soil is very good for dairy animals and is well known for its cheese making. Flax and Hemp have been grown along with other cereal crops, orchards of apples gave rise to the cider industry. In the Doomsday Book of 1087, South Perrott is known as Pedret, the village's only claim to fame was when Charles the First slept here on Monday 14th October 1644 during the Civil War. St. Mary's Church was built in the 13th century, the lovely church where the Cleal's, Cleall's were baptised, married and buried. I should be interested to correspond with anybody with Cleal, Cleall or other variations.
red mail England
Looking for Joane England of South Perrot who married 1632 in Crewkerne to Gyles MillsEn
I am searching for information on George Daniel Cleall & his parents or any family. George was born bet 1841 & 1845 in England(?). He came to Australia and married a Frances (Fanny) Roberts on 10th June, 1874 at Salisbury, South Australia. George died on 22nd January 1884 in Parkside, South Australia. George and Fanny had a daughter Emma (Emily) Jane Cleall who is my husband's direct ancestor. Can anyone help me with information on George? Thank you.
red mail SLADE - South Perrott
Looking for anyone with connections to the SLADE family of South Perrott and surrounding area.
red mail Augusta Cluard
Looking for any information on Cluards who may have come from South Perrot. It is listed as South Porrott in the 1881 census for Augusta Cluard who was born there in 1839. She was a widow in the 1881 census so I am interested in either any Cluards listed from this village, or any girls christened Augusta born 1839 +/- 5 years.
red mail ashford larcombe
looking for any details re: mary ashford b13/3/1795 south perrott. married william larcombe 21/2/1819. child charles larcombe born 15/4/1832 and married elizabeth pickens 16 jan 1860.
red mail Bartlett = Hewlett
I am particularly keen to hear from anyone who has any connection with Sarah BARTLETT (approx 1848) born South Perrott, Dorset who married Albert HEWLETT (Approx 1847) possibly born Martock, Somerset. Sarah's father was a fruiterer born approx 1824 in Rampisham, Dorset. Many thanks Adrian
red mail Cleall Family
I am trying to trace my Cleall family tree and would be grateful to hear from anyone who may have further information or may be related in any way. My great great grandfather was Heber Cleall born 1849 and came from South Perrot in Dorset. He had 4 children, Molly, Florence, Samuel and Alice born 1879(My GGM). They lived in Riverside Cottage in the village. Kind Regards.
red mail Cleall Family
Looking for details of my wife's GGfather Edwin Cleall believed born 1850. Entry from 1881 Census lists the town as Soth Parrot, Dorset, occupation Baker.

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